Take a step back in time and experience a slice of country life. Dufur, a tiny town perched on the edge of the Columbia River Gorge, is a center of dryland wheat farming that began just after settlers arrived on the Oregon Trail, 175 years ago.
Tentative schedule of events:
Saturday: 6 a.m. Ramsey Park Grange Country Breakfast Dufur City Park
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Dufur Historical Society will be open with tours:
Endersby One Room Schoolhouse
Metzentine Building Exhibits
Horse Drawn Equipment on display w/narration
Blacksmith Shop – w/narration
9 a.m. Main Street and Festival Grounds
Open Petting Zoo
Steam Engine Display
10 a.m. Tractor Parade: Mainstreet Dufur
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Field Demonstrations Harvesting, threshing, binding and grinding on the Threshing Bee Grounds
2 p.m. Tractor Pull 6 p.m. Home town dinner that night at the Balch Hotel. Menu TBD. Music by DJ David Brown.
Sunday: 8 a.m.- 3 p.m. Vintage car show at the Dufur City Park
For more information: www.dufurhistoricalsociety.org/vintage-dufur-days-2022/ or www.Facebook.com/DufurThreshingBee or call Nancy Gibson at the Museum 541-993-3429.