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Fine Arts and Theater Outings


For classes and instructors for arts, dance, music, and theater, please see our Classes and Instructors page.

Check your local library for their "Cultural Pass to Adventure" which provides free or discounted entrance to many museums and cultural locations.

Clackamas County Cultural Pass

Multnomah County Discovery Pass

Tualatin Community Cultural Pass

Washington County Cultural Pass

Alpenrose Dairy community play house provides a variety of community plays throughout the year. See website for upcoming presentations and costs. 2020 update. Due to management issues, this program has been closed down.

Christian Youth Theater (CYT) provides after-school classes and productions for the general public. Please see their website for local shows.

Historic Elsinore Theatre first opened its doors to the public in 1926. This majestic theater was designed to resemble the castle in “Hamlet." Restored in 2004, it is the last remaining example of a Tudor Gothic atmospheric theater in North America. See the website for the theater calendar and details.  Group tours can be arranged by calling 503-375-3574 or emailing the theater. (Salem)

Northwest Children's Theater provides classes, camps, and productions for the public. See website for event calendar. (NW Portland)

Oregon Symphony Youth Concerts  provide high quality artistic experiences in music for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade.  Kinderkonzerts are designed for grades 1 and 2; Young People's Concerts are designed for grades 3-6. The site also provides educational support materials.  Do sign up early as concerts fill quickly. See the "Families" section as well for additional resources. (Portland and Salem).


The Portland Art Museum  Rotating and permanent exhibits make something for everyone. Part of the Cultural Pass program, see you local library for a pass. Educator and family events as well. (Downtown Portland)

Ten Grands by Michael Allen Harrison Foundation for Music Education. This is a recurring music tour of 10 grand pianos playing various musical genres which is held at different venues throughout the year. Its goal is to create music interest in the next generation. There is generally a kids concert that has school priced performances. Many local homeschool groups sign up for group tickets. Tickets sell out very early, so get on the Ten Grand email list or stalk the facebook page for tour dates and ticket outlets if you are not part of a group that has access to group tickets or wish to be a group getting group tickets. Our local concert is typically in the spring time, but it varies.

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