History of Tigard’s Cook Family Park

The history of Cook Park is linked to John E. Cook (1926-2017), who entered public life while serving on Tigard’s Park Advisory Committee in the early 1960s. The Park Advisory Committee was composed of...

Art Weekend/Wine Walk return to Downtown Tigard

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The Tigard Downtown Alliance is thrilled to announce the return of the highly anticipated Wine Walk & ArtWeekend, which will be held from May 16 through 19, 2024. This exciting event promises a vibrant...

Local Real Estate Professionals offer Complimentary Homebuyer Seminar

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Are you dreaming of owning your own home, but the prospect of navigating the complex world of real estate seems daunting? Well, you’re in luck! We invite you to a special Home Buyer’s Seminar...

Festival of Balloons seeks volunteers to elevate 40th installment

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Calling all hot air balloon lovers, festival goers, and community makers: The Tigard Festival of Balloons is back next month, and it’s calling on you, yes you, to help this year’s 40th installment take...

Bell Bottoms & Backbeats: Northwest Senior Theatre’s Groovy Musical Extravaganza

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Calling all flower power enthusiasts and disco devotees! Get ready to groove and giggle at Northwest Senior Theatre’s latest production, “The Times of Your Life,” a high-energy celebration of the iconic music and comedic...

After school running club builds emotional intelligence, empowers girls

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On a sunny April afternoon, the warmest of the year so far, the music was pumping, drifting over the field outside Mary Woodward Elementary, a soundtrack for the crew of girls running laps after...

Tigard Garden Club’s Annual Plant Sale Returns

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Saturday, May 11 at the Bull Mountain Farmer’s Market Members provide bargain-priced, healthy, generously sized plants, including vegetables, herbs, flowering plants, and garden specimens. A 501(C)(3) non-profit organization, the sale aids us in supporting our...

Tigard-Tualatin Schools cutting $8.8 million, reducing staff for 24-25

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Tigard-Tualatin staff are facing another round of layoffs, with the district forecasting $8.8 million in budget cuts for the coming school year. The district will return next fall with 45 fewer teachers. Though most of...

King City council moves ahead with filling seats, discusses anonymous accusations

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The King City City Council, currently comprised of three members after a recall election, took steps at its April 17 council meeting to get back to a full complement of seven members. According to City...

Tigard Launches Heat Pump Program

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Last month, the City of Tigard rolled out its latest carbon-responsible community development initiative. The Tigard Heat Pump Cash-In Program incentivizes Tigard homeowners to install new energy efficient heat pumps with financial assistance of...