Have a Happy 4th of July along The Columbia River Gorge!
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Wristband Ticket Price of $10.00 per person or purchase online here before the event. ( Infants 3 & under free.)
• All of the entertainment, fun zone and fireworks are included in your ticket!
• Parking is still $5. All money goes to fund the Corbett 4th of July event, and local non-profits benefitting the Corbett Area.
• We will also have two or three working ATMs on site this year.
Your ticket includes:• July 4th Fun Fest wristband with exit and re-entry privileges all day
• Access to all inflatables, water slide, paddle boats, walk on water ball, mechanical bull, and rock wall
• All free or donation vendor booths such as kids crafts, games, info booths, etc.
• All on-stage entertainment
• Fireworks viewing
• You are free to bring in your own food and beverages (no alcohol, smoking, fireworks or illegal substances, coolers will be checked!)
It does not include:• ParkingSRC: Order your Corbett Fun Fest Tickets at: www.corbettfunfest.com/buy-your-tickets-here/
• Any vendors that are requesting money for their services such as; food, beverage, handmade crafts, face painting, toys, entertainment merch, etc.
Alenjadra Bates chose the river due to its temperature. " The water is a lot colder than the pool," said Bates, who spent her day floating down the river in a raft. Caylin Smith, who joined Bates on her raft, enjoyed the opportunities the landscape provided. " You can come and jump off cliffs and stuff rather than just a diving board," said Smith.
The Sandy River can be accessed at various points along the historic Columbia River Highway including Dabney State Park.SRC: Learn more about people keeping cool by the Sandy River at: www.oregonlive.com/multimedia/index.ssf/2015/06/sandy_river_cool_refuge_in_hig.html
Long before J.D. ever watched one of his canines launch into the air, he had an appreciation for terms like Big Air! Hang time! For thirteen years J.D. was a professional snowboard competitor. Thus it seems quite appropriate that his team of canine athletes would continue his tradition of amazing high flying stunts. In the mid 90s, while still an active snowboard competitor he met a disc dog entertainer who introduced him to the sport of canine flying disc.SRC: Get a full Corbett Fun Fest 4th of July line-up at: www.corbettfunfest.com/july-4th-line-up/
For over 18 years, School of Rock has been teaching kids and adults to play music through unique performance-based programs. The School of Rock Portland school opened in 2006, and has performed over a 100 shows often joined by local bands such as The Thermals, Red Fang, Portugal. The Man, The Decemberists, Blitzen Trapper, and many more.SRC: Get a full Corbett Fun Fest 4th of July line-up at: www.corbettfunfest.com/july-4th-line-up/
It is not an inexpensive feat to pull off this spectacular event each year and keep the cost of everything you have included in the gate fee affordable. We have a number of items already lined up including, a weeks lodging in Isla Mujeres off Cancun Mexico, 4 nights in Coos Bay, art, entertainment, dining and more. We are accepting donations such as gift baskets, firewood, hay, gravel or rock, catered dinners, art or anything of value. Some items will be raffled and others will be auctioned.SRC: Find contact information for Donations for the 2015 Fun Fest Funding Auction at: www.corbettfunfest.com/july-4th-line-up/
Mt. Hood serves as the coolest imaginable backyard possible for Portlanders (and anyone else who visits the area): it’s got so many things to do, and plenty of them can be done on a bike. That was the initial reaction Fred Cuthbert had when he was tasked with designing the perfect bike for Mt. Hood.
“The first thing that went through my mind was that it needed to be able to handle anything, because around Mt. Hood there’s lift-assist, free rides, full downhill… everything, even including all-day single-track rides through the wilderness,” he recalls. And that was perfect for him. “The core principal behind my design has always been to make something that could do anything and everything, so this was the perfect opportunity to put that into practice.”
And that’s what he’s done. His single-speed mountain bike incorporates all his favorite features, and still comes in at an astonishingly light 28 pounds. There are beefy 2.5-inch tires, a suspension front fork with 5 to 6 inches of play, and an adjustable-height seatpost for riding in a bike park or other extreme terrain.
And it looks as singular as it is, with red hubs and a bright “sour-apple green” paint job with subtle black pinstriping around the lug details. It even has a name, etched in red script that matches the hubs: “Bruno,” for the iconic St. Bernard that lives at Timberline Lodge. (Fred’s company name comes from his shop mascot, Duncan. He was pleased to name this bike for “a fellow giant-breed dog.”)
It’s burly but smooth, a ride-it-all-day bike that can go just about anywhere. And it was a joy to conceive and create. “The fun part was that Travel Oregon said, ‘Here’s an area – build a bike for it.’ I got to decide how that area inspires me,” Fred says. “On a project like this, I get to answer all the questions myself, let my artistic impression shine through.”SRC: Learn more about the 7 Bikes for 7 Wonders at: rideoregonride.com/7-bikes-7-wonders-mt-hood-bike/