2017 Historic Home Tour

Historic Home Tour Tickets Now On Sale. 
Contact: director@oswegoheritage.org or call 503.635.6373

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Oswego Heritage Council’s historic home tour. Seven historic properties will be featured this year: three homes in First Addition, a home in Old Town, two properties in what used be the Hazelia area (McVey south to the Tualatin River), and the Oswego Heritage House and Museum.

Tour-goers will have the opportunity to chat with descendants of some of the homes; meet the designer who did the major remodel of one of the historic homes; experience early Oswego pioneer life; ride the restored 1945 Chevy school bus. You may even run into a Linus Pauling look-alike along the way. Although not a resident of Oswego, his grandparents lived here and he and his wife Ava Helen are buried in Oswego Pioneer Cemetery.

Tour 2017 is going to be very exciting and unique – architectural history combined with cultural history, wine and fudge tasting, costumed storytellers telling stories about some of Oswego’s early prominent pioneers. Date: Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reserve your tickets now. Members $25, Non-members $30. www.oswegoheritage.org or (503) 635-6373 or purchase directly at 398 10th Street, Lake Oswego.


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