Oregon Cultural Trust

 
$30,498
$19,502
Raised
Remaining
Jun 23, 2011

This is Culture!

From cowboys, to youth symphonies, to plumbing . . .  

  172 Pat Owens 1928     Great Basin Sporting Goods Sign, Welcoming Portland Youth Philharmonic to Hines-Burns      Mike Blair, Civil Engineer, Whiteside Waterworks Project 

Your single gift, of any size, to the Cultural Trust, supports:   

 

  • Emmy Award-winning OPB-TV, "Oregon Experience: One Hundred Years of the Pendleton Round-Up,"bringing our history to life in the 21st century;
  • Portland Youth Philharmonic musicians reuniting with the town of Burns, where their orchestra began 100 years ago;
  • The renovation of the sewer system at the historic Whiteside Theatre, making it possible to reopen the theater to the public.

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Organization

Project Leader

Christine D'Arcy

Salem, Oregon United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Oregon Cultural Trust