Deals & Happenings
Weekend Plans: Spring Events from Around the Region
Score a deal on a Mount Hood cabin; book tickets to see King Tut, enjoy an inaugural wine country concert, and more!
Rental rates melt with the snow at Mount Hood Rentals, which manages more than 20 cabins, chalets, and lodges on the slopes of our signature peak. Get reduced rates on your first three nights, plus a fourth night for free during the slow season (April–June).
KING TUT IN SEATTLE
What: Pacific Science Center is the last stop on the Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaoh exhibit’s U.S. tour and it opens next month. The Grand Hyatt and Hyatt at Olive 8 are celebrating with packages that include VIP tickets to the exhibit and Monorail passes.
When: May 24–Jan 6
WINE COUNTRY CONCERTS
What: Newberg’s picturesque Penner-Ash Wine Cellars kicks off its first ever summer acoustic music series May 4 with indie-folk band The Silent Comedy. Food and, of course, wine will be available.
When: May 4
Where: Penner-Ash Wine Cellars, Newberg
EVERGREEN AVIATION CELEBRATES WOMEN
What: McMinnville’s Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum hosts a day of workshop, panels, and even a scavenger hunt to celebrate women in aviation and to help inspire the next generation.
When: April 28
Where: Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville
EUGENE BEER WEEK
What: Tastings, beer dinners, home brew competitions and more.
When: May 7–13