The Great American Eclipse - August 21, 2017
Experience this unique solar event in the beautiful 80-acre Oregon Garden while enjoying a weekend of camping, extended Garden hours, and educational and fun activities for all ages. On Monday, August 21, experience the eclipse in one of our 22 speciality gardens, followed by a viewing party with live music from exciting bands, food, drinks and more!
The Oregon Garden offers on-site and nearby camping throughout the weekend, open to all ages. RV spaces and tent camping are available.
Campers will enjoy the following amenities:
August 19th & 20th
The weekend before the eclipse, the Garden will open for extended hours and will offer educational programs for adults and children. Standard Garden admission will apply and these activities are open to the public. Admission is free for children ages 4 and under.
Saturday, August 19th: 9am to 8pm
Sunday, August 20th: 9am to 8pm
Viewing Party – Monday, August 21st Tickets for the viewing and after party must be purchased in advance.
At the Total Eclipse of the Garden Viewing Party, you’ll enjoy:
Over a few short years of touring, Jelly Bread has risen from Reno/Lake Tahoe area favorites into a nationally- touring, powerhouse quintet that delivers a high-energy, chameleo... View Artist
Founded in late 2010, Polyrhythmics was formed by Ben Bloom and Grant Schroff, who quickly gathered some of the most talented and highly sought-after performers in the North Wes... View Artist
Hank Shreve began playing harmonica at the age of 8 and has established himself as a major harmonica talent on the blues scene in the Pacific Northwest. Between the age of 8 - 1... View Artist
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