• Camas Festival at Dirksen Nature Park
  • Bike Rodeo on May 4, 2019

City of Tigard

Community Events

4th Annual Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Small colorful eggs

  • Children ages 0-10 are welcome to participate. Come to Cook Park and meet the bunny, do crafts, face paint and enter a drawing to win prizes. 
  • BYOB: Bring your own basket!
  • On-line registration: $3
  • Day-of registration: $5; space is limited.

This event will occur rain or shine. Times below are tentative and maybe shifted to accommodate children's needs.  

  • Check in/ Registration: 9 a.m.
  • 0-3 years: 10 a.m.
  • 4-6 years: 10:20 a.m.
  • 7-10 years: 10:40 a.m.

Considering walking to the event? Check out the Cook Park Walking Map here.
Thank you to our sponsors: Value Village, Greenburg Pediatric Dentistry, Sierk Orthodontics, SportClips, Meyer Family ATA

Any questions? Call Kaitlyn McKinney at 503-718-2604 or email

Upcoming Budget-Related Meetings

Tuesday, April 30 | Budget Q & A 
Symposium Coffee
(12345 SW Main Street)
5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. (drop in) 
Community members are encouraged to come and ask questions about the upcoming budget and city finances with Finance staff. 

Wednesday, May 8 | Budget Q & A 
Fire Station #50
(12617 SW Walnut Street)
6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. (drop in)
Community members are encouraged to come and ask questions about the upcoming budget and city finances with Finance staff.

Saturday, May 18 | Budget Committee Meeting
City Hall, Town Hall
(13125 SW Hall Blvd.)
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 
Community members are welcome

Thursday, May 23 | Budget Committee Meeting
City Hall, Town Hall
(13125 SW Hall Blvd.) (if needed)
6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 
Community members are welcome

Egg Hunt - April

Each year, rain or shine, the City of Tigard celebrates the much-anticipated arrival of spring with an egg hunt for children 0 to 10 years old as well as other family-friendly activities in Cook Park. Register here for the 4th Annual Egg Hunt (4/20/19).

Arbor Month - April

Each April, Tigard celebrates Arbor Day all month long! The city offers a multitude of family-friendly activities dedicated to planting, protecting and appreciating our trees. The Mayor proclaims April as Arbor Month and celebrates by planting trees with local students on the grounds of their school. 
LINK: Trees in Tigard 

Farmers' Market - May through October

Tigard boasts two Farmers Markets. Many vendors participate and bring the fruits of the surrounding agricultural land including flowers, fresh fruit, vegetables and local honey.  
LINK: Farmers Market

Memorial Day Remembrance - May

The Tigard American Legion Post 158, lines Burnham Street with American flags in a tribute to our nation. Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum (9925 SW Greenburg Road) hosts an annual ceremony event that includes many veterans, keynote speakers and a military fly-over.
LINK: American Legion Post 158

Festival of Balloons - June

Festival of Balloons
June 21-23, 2019Balloons

Cook Park (located near Durham & 92nd in Tigard)

The annual Festival of Balloons in Cook Park is a summer tradition. Dozens of balloons take flight in the early morning skies (weather permitting), while several events and activities provide fun for the entire family. Carnival rides, a 5K run, a car show and beer garden are among the festivities each year.  Visit for details.

Middle of Millen Drive Parade - July

Organized by residents and enjoyed by all residents, this home-grown parade always begins at 4 p.m. on the 4th of July. The starting point is 9255 SW Millen Drive near Tigard High School and the entrance to Cook Park. Visit MOMDIDP Facebook for details.

Middle of Millen Drive Parade

Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration - JULY

A family event featuring fireworks, live music, kids’ games, police and fire vehicles and a concession stand offering light snacks for sale. No pets, barbeques, alcohol, personal fireworks or smoking allowed on school grounds. As part of the 4th of July festivities, the Tualatin Valley Community Band typically performs before the fireworks.

Location:  Tigard High School Football Field
Date: Thursday, July 4, 2019
All activity times are approximate:

  • 6 p.m.  |  Official gates open (people will start showing up as early as 3 pm)
  • 7 or 7:30 p.m.   |   Kid games, face painting, balloon tying, photo booth
  • 8 p.m.   |   Tualatin Valley Community Band performs
  • 8:15 or 8:30 p.m.  |  Life Flight helicopter arrives
  • Around 9:30 p.m.  |  Fireworks 20-30 minute show. ( Start time varies due to darkness)

Tigard Historical Association Ice Cream Social - July

Location:  John Tigard House Museum at Canterbury Lane and 103rd Avenue.

Participants can enjoy ice cream while viewing historical collections, music and games from a time gone by.
LINK: Tigard Historical Association

National Night Out - August

Each August, neighbors across Tigard gather to give crime “a going-away party” as part of National Night Out, a nationwide crime and drug prevention event. Neighborhoods who pre-register their celebration (ex: block party, cookout or dessert potluck) with the Tigard Police Department get a visit (in a good way!) from police and fire personnel.
LINK: Tigard Police National Night Out

Movies in the Park - August

Kick back and relax with Tigard Parks & Rec. Enjoy classic or newly released movies on our 20-ft screen while spending time outside with your friends and families. Movie locations include Cook Park, Summerlake Park, Dirksen Nature Park, and Metzger Park.


Latino Festival - September

Join us downtown for a party — fiesta style. Latin American food, dance performances, face painting for kids, community booths, vendors, and so much more!

Te invitamos a una fiesta en el centro de Tigard. ¡La Feria en la Calle de Downtown Tigard llevará a cabo el 3er Festival Latino! ¡La fiesta incluirá comida Latino americana, entretenimiento, pintura de caritas para niños, puestos comunitarios, vendedores y mucho más!

Downtown Tigard Street Fair - September

This annual event typically takes place in September on Main Street. Downtown merchants, sponsors and vendors come together for an event that includes musical performances, fresh food, arts & crafts vendors, kid and adult activities and more. Find plenty of parking on Main & Burnham Streets and in nearby public lots.

LINK: Explore Downtown Tigard

Apple Harvest @ John Tigard House - September

In September of each year, the Tigard Historical Association hosts an old-fashioned apple harvest at the John Tigard House. This three-room Carpenter Gothic Victorian building was constructed in 1880 and thanks to Tigard Historical Association efforts, was restored and recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. It’s located at the corner of Canterbury Lane and 103rd Avenue.
LINK: Tigard Historical Association

Main Street Trick or Treat - October

Tigard kids and parents have a safe and fun Halloween on Main Street in Tigard.  The event is planned through a partnership of the Tigard Chamber of Commerce, the Tigard Central Business District Association and participating downtown merchants.

Event page:

Potso Dog Park Halloween Costume Contest - October

Organized by the Tigard Dog Park Committee, this annual event is held at Potso Dog Park (7930 SW Hunziker St.) on the Saturday closest to Halloween in October. Dog lovers and their canine companions dress up in costume and compete for prizes and laughs in front of a celebrity panel of judges.

Event Details:

Downtown Tree Lighting - December

The holiday season kicks off on the first Friday evening in December with the Holiday Tree Lighting. Head to Liberty Park, located on Main Street near the intersection of Pacific Highway, across from the McDonalds restaurant. Festivities include Santa’s arrival on a fire truck, musical performances, cocoa and cookies and more!

Victorian Christmas Celebration - December

Victorian Christmas Celebration
Hosted by the Tigard Historical Association
John Tigard House, 103rd and Canterbury Lane

The 1880 Tigard House will be dressed up for a party and Santa will be there too! Grab a cookie and make adorable sock snowmen to take home. As always, admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted.

Tigard Public Library
Mon-Fri   10 AM–9 PM
Saturday   10 AM–6 PM
Sunday  12 PM–6 PM
The Tigard Public Library offers free programs for kids, teens and adults.  

Calendar of Events
Calendar of Events 

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