Monthly Archives: May 2015

How Lake Oswego Is Working Towards World Peace One Child at a Time

The Lake Oswego Rotary is taking the words of Mahatma Gandhi and Pope John Paul II to heart. John Paul said, “To reach peace, teach peace,” and Gandhi pointed out that “If we are to achieve real peace in this … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why Vincent Van Gogh Thinks You Should Catch Paint En Plein Air in Lake Oswego This Week

In a letter to his brother in August of 1881, Vincent Van Gogh wrote, “If you’re in a position to see someone painting or drawing, pay attention, because I believe that many an art dealer would think differently about many … Continue reading

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Whatever Your Kid Enjoys, Lake Oswego Has a Summer Camp for That

Sometimes when I see how much Lake Oswego has to offer, I have to remind myself that Lake Oswego is a town of only 37,000 residents. Looking at the Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Summer Camp Guide is one of … Continue reading

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Why TripAdvisors Say the Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market Is Not To Be Missed!

The Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market opens its 15th season this Saturday, May 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Millennium Plaza Park at First and Evergreen. I’ve sung its praises before so this time around I decided to let … Continue reading

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5 Things the Lake Run Shares with Most Popular 10K’s in the U.S.

Competitor.com recently posted their bucket-list of 10K’s in the United States. While the Lake Oswego Lake Run wasn’t included, it does have a lot in common with these popular contenders. 1. Tradition. The Statesman Capitol, Texas’ largest 10K is in … Continue reading

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