Oregon Ag Fest’s Drive-Thru Ag-venture

Event Details


Event Date

Friday, April 23rd 11:00am

Through

Sunday, April 25th 5:00pm

Location

Clackamas County Event Center

Reservation Required

No

Admission

$20/car at Wilco in Advance, $22/car at the event


Description


Oregon Ag Fest’s Drive-Thru Ag-venture at the Clackamas County Event Center
April 23-25, 11 am – 5 pm Daily
New Drive-Thru Location, Same Family Fun!

Get your tickets to the Drive-Thru Ag Fest and get ready to experience the incredible world of Oregon agriculture, in a fun-filled, drive-thru environment. Plus, you’ll leave the event with an ag-venture kit filled with activities, seedlings and more to continue the fun at home. The three-day event, aimed to help families better understand where their food, fiber and flora come from, is a unique learning experience, where drive by exhibits make learning about Oregon’s vast agricultural industry educational and entertaining.

Purchase your car-load ticket at one of the following Oregon Wilco locations for a discounted rate of $20:
* Canby
* Oregon City
* Cornelius
* Lake Oswego
* McMinnville
* Newberg
* Silverton
* Stayton
* Salem
* Corvallis
* Lebanon
* Springfield

See animals, farm equipment, and a variety of things grown in Oregon, all from the comforts of your car! Due to the pandemic, you’ll get to stay seated this year to learn more about the importance, variety and vitality of Oregon agriculture. While the format may look different, we’re excited to carry-on our 34-year tradition of showcasing all of the wonderful things that come from Oregon farms. We have lots of fun planned for your family, including activity books and an “Ag-venture” kit that each vehicle will receive, so you’ll take home lots of fun activities, seedlings and other items to help you experience agriculture. So, buckle-up and head to a new spot, with new hours, and expect LOTS of fun viewing animals, farm equipment and seeing where your food, fiber and flora come from!

Ag Fest strives to bridge the gap between urban and rural life, and to share the wonder and abundance of Oregon’s bountiful and diverse harvest. Most importantly, this year they are doing this in a safe drive-thru manner.