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Join Lisa Sumption, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Director, in wishing Oregon a happy 163rd anniversary of statehood, and celebrate 100 years of state parks.
Last year the Willamette Master Chorus recorded "Oregon, My Oregon" -- our state song, with newly updated lyrics. Enjoy this virtual version which allows singers from their own home to join in ensemble.
The Coquille Indian Tribe has been part of Oregon's fabric since time immemorial. One of the tribe's honored traditions is the potlatch. Watch the video below to learn more!
Oregon Poet Laureate Anis Mojgani shares his thoughts about and a poem written for the state park centennial. Here he considers the connection between people and Oregon’s special places, and between all the people who have called these lands home.
The first place winner of this year's "Why I Love Oregon" Essay Contest is Natalie Dillon from Schirle Elementary School in the Salem-Keizer Public School District. Enjoy her recital of her essay, "It's Easy to Love Oregon."
Oregon State Parks: The first 100 years.
In this 10-minute mini-documentary, produced by the Friends of the Pioneer Cemetery, you will be able to picture "The First Step Toward Oregon Statehood."
Enjoy this short video showing blacksmithing at the Yamhill Valley Heritage Center.