Butte Valley’s Friday Night Festival

Harvest Hoedown

Come on down to the Butte Valley Museum for the Harvest Hoedown!!
Join us for a fun filled evening of hay rides, food vendors, games and movie night!!

Butte Valley Museum Pioneer Harvest Dinner October 28, 2017

The Butte Valley Museum & Historical Society has raided the root cellar to present the Pioneer Harvest Dinner on Saturday, October 28th at the Butte Valley Community Center in Dorris.  Dress “Pioneer” if you wish.  Proceeds from the event will support the purchase of Museum Cataloging Software.  No Host Bar open at 5:00 pm and event begins at 6:00 pm.  $20 for Early Bird tickets or $25 at the door.  Tickets for children 10 and under are $10.  Join us for a night of fun and support the Museum’s efforts to preserve our local history.  Information and tickets: Sylvia at (530) 397-5831 or Chris at (530) 397-3472 or by e-mail at [email protected]

Registration Open for Klamath Basin Rural Tourism Studio

Travel Oregon, in partnership with Rural Klamath Connects Network and a local bi-state steering committee, will host a series of workshops during Fall and Winter 2017 in the Klamath Basin region, including the communities of Klamath Falls, Bonanza, Chiloquin, Malin, Merrill, Dorris, Tulelake and the greater basin communities.  This professional development program, designed to bolster your community’s tourism economy, offers hands-on planning and product development workshops rich in information and networking opportunities.  Community leaders, public agencies, industry associations, tourism entrepreneurs, tour operators, lodging property owners, restaurateurs and anyone with an interest in strengthening the local economy through tourism are invited to participate in the program.  Please check out industry.traveloregon.com/klamathbasin for registration information and additional details.  For questions, contact Katie Jameson at the South Central Oregon Economic Development District at [email protected]

Butte Valley July Fourth Parade Applications Available

Parade and vendor applications are available for the Butte Valley Fourth of July celebration.

Activities will include a parade, flag raising ceremony, children’s activities including a bouncy house and games, a 4-H petting zoo and visits with Smokey the Bear, along with a family barbecue.  Cash prizes will be awarded for winning parade floats.  Booths for local artisans are available for $20, and are free for Butte Valley residents and non-profits.

For applications and information about vendor booths, call 530-397-3472 or 530-397-5831.  For parade applications, call Dorris City Hall at 530-397-3511.