Calendar

Welcome to AVA’s monthly calendar of events. Take a peek and plan your stay-cation or your next visit to our region. The city’s most notable annual events include historic home tours, outdoor summer concerts and movies under the stars, and the Northwest Art and Air Festival.

*Note for event organizers: If you’d like to have your event listed on the AVA calendar, head over to our contact page and submit your event to us.

Jul
27
Sat
Harrisburg Summer Sounds: Candy Apple Bleu @ Riverfront Park
Jul 27 @ 5:30 pm
Harrisburg Summer Sounds: Candy Apple Bleu @ Riverfront Park | Harrisburg | Oregon | United States

Harrisburg Summer Sounds concert series

Thursday Nights, Food Trucks open at 5:30pm, Music starts at 6:30pm at Riverfront Park in Harrisburg
OSU Extension Service will offer free well water nitrate testing.

Free Admission

Bring a chair or blanket

  • July 6, Caleb Davis Quartet
  • July 13, McKayla Marie
  • July 20, Outline Shine and Line Dancing
  • July 27, Candy Apple Bleu – Smok’n Gingers BBQ Food Truck and FREE Lochmead ice cream from Dari Mart
  • August 3, Whiskey Banditos – Food Truck and Paradise Shaved Ice

 

Aug
3
Sat
Harrisburg Summer Sounds: Whiskey Banditos @ Riverfront Park
Aug 3 @ 5:30 pm
Harrisburg Summer Sounds: Whiskey Banditos @ Riverfront Park | Harrisburg | Oregon | United States

Harrisburg Summer Sounds concert series

Thursday Nights, Food Trucks open at 5:30pm, Music starts at 6:30pm at Riverfront Park in Harrisburg
OSU Extension Service – Free well water nitrate testing

Free Admission

Bring a chair or blanket

  • July 6, Caleb Davis Quartet
  • July 13, McKayla Marie
  • July 20, Outline Shine and Line Dancing
  • July 27, Candy Apple Bleu
  • August 3, Whiskey Banditos – Food Truck and Paradise Shaved Ice

 

May
1
Thu
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.

 

May
1
Fri
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.

 

May
1
Sat
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.

 

May
1
Mon
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.

 

May
1
Tue
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.

 

May
1
Wed
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.

 

May
1
Thu
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.

 

May
1
Sat
National Preservation Month Events- Albany and Benton County @ Albany, Oregon
May 1 – May 26 all-day

May is dedicated to National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places.

Albany is home to four national historic districts and the location of the most varied collection of architectural styles in the state. There are more than 800 historic buildings in three of the districts, dating from the 1840s to the 1950s, and all located within an area of approximately 100 square blocks.

Come and celebrate the heritage of Albany by participating in various events and exploring historic places all month long.

Events will include the Annual Tweed Ride, Walking History Tours, Building Tours, Vintage Bicycle Show, the Hidden History Scavenger Hunt, and more!

Scan the QR Code shown below and download the Albany Explorer App! You’ll find self-guided tours of our historic districts, great places to eat, and all things Albany!

We look forward to seeing you!

Photo: “Blue Sky for a Blue House” Monteith Historic District by Camron Settlemier

 

Albany Explorer App

 

 

 

 

We would also like to include Benton County’s all-month events!  See Full List of Events Here

Trails Through Time is the theme of National Preservation Month in Benton County.

Many events are available to participate in and learn the history of the area.

Some events require registration, all are free.  For updates, please check THE VISIT CORVALLIS OR ALBANY VISITORS websites.
This event schedule is a collaboration between the Benton County and Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, the Albany Heritage Commission, and PreservationWORKS.