Clink! A History of Winemaking in Oregon
Tracing over 150 years of history, this exhibit presents wine-making in Oregon from the pioneers who carried grapevines over the Oregon Trail to the trailblazing winegrowers of the 1960s, and includes the innovators that propel the industry today. While there have been many changes, the dedication of people who have grown, made, and embraced Oregon wine has not. This exhibit is presented courtesy of the Oregon Historical Society with extensive research and photographs from their collections that tells a story still important today.
• Opening Reception Sept. 10, 5:00pm – 8:00pm
• No-Host Wine Bar by Lewis and Clark Catering
• Curator-Guided Museum Tours at 5:30pm and 7:30pm
• A Performance by Fiddler Linda Danielson at 6:00pm
Member admission is FREE
Non-members pay Museum Admission