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A long tradition at the Heritage House, Chautauqua on First Wednesdays is a free lecture series on a wide variety of historical topics. From discovering the in-depth history of items in our collection to musical performances rife with historical context to author presentations, these historical presentations are engaging, interesting, and spur unique conversations. 

To learn more about our upcoming presentations, please visit the Chautauqua page here.


Beginning in October, join us every first Saturday of the month for Family Days, where we open our doors to the public for engaging activities, fascinating tours, and a thorough look at our exhibits and artifacts. These days are perfect for all ages, and we welcome people to come and stop by! If you're one of the people who have driven by the Heritage House a hundred times and always thought to stop by "one day," that day has arrived!

These events are sponsored by Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. 

Find out the theme of the next Family Day on our calendar of upcoming events.


Interested in bringing local history into your classroom? Check out our curriculum and classroom visits, available for free under the Education tab. 

Coming soon: opportunities for your classroom! We are developing a free History in a Box, walking tours, and more. If you'd like to get involved, please reach out to us! 

To use our free resources or sign up for a classroom visit, please check out our For Educators page here.

Oswego Heritage House and Museum
398 10th St.
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
(503) 635-6373

Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Free entrance

The Oswego Heritage Council is a  501 (c)(3)
EIN # 93-0983947

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