Oswego Heritage Council
The mission of the Oswego Heritage Council is to assure and promote the preservation of Lake Oswego history and culture.
OHC is headquartered at the Heritage House located at 398 10th Street in Lake Oswego.
We invite visitors to stop by and see the historic house and the exhibits on display.
OHC Upcoming Events
First Wednesday Series
October 7, 2015
Tony Konkol and Christina Robertson-Gardine will discuss the Blue Heron Project in Oregon City involving the redevelopment of the historic paper mill site near Willamette Falls & Locks. Doors open at 6:30pm and the presentation will begin at 7pm.
Come to the Heritage House Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm, to see the exhibit currently on display, Building Blocks, on loan from the City of Lake Oswego. This exhibit of panels outlines the history of the different neighborhoods in Lake Oswego and was commissioned by the city to be made for the centennial event in 2010.
We have been making some changes around the Heritage House and on the grounds and we wanted to thank the following for their generous donations towards our maintenance: Chuck Maloney for the ceiling work being done, ProGrass for maintaining our landscape and Miller Paint for providing the paint for our ceiling and walls.
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