Visitors explored the dig on the Willamette Heritage Center campus Saturday, where archaeologists are searching for clues about a mission school that operated briefly in the 1840s.
By Laura Tesler - Special to Salem Reporter
For the first time in nearly four years, Salem could attend Chefs’ Night Out, a fundraiser on Sunday, April 16, for Marion Polk Food Share. Those attending could sample food and wine from 52 vendors.
Spring may be a bit slow in arriving, but the flowering trees and the first brave bulbs were putting on a beautiful show for the attendees of the first Lord and Schryver open garden tour Saturday.
Attendance was high at Saturday’s Sakura Matsuri festival put on by Willlamette University students. Participants could sample Japanese cuisine, learn orgamai, dress in traditional clothing and listen to skilled musicians.
From fresh vegetables to fresh baked goods to handcrafted clocks, Salem Saturday Market is into its 25th year. The market operates from a state parking lot on the Capitol Mall.
Some of Oregon’s top women musicians gathered in Salem on Sunday, March 19, for “She’s Speaking-LIVE.” Salem fans packed the house at Loucks Auditorium.
The weather was ideal on Saturday, March 18, for a little festive celebrating in downtown Salem. The family event saw the return of pipes and drums.
Communidad Y Herencia Cultural and the Casa de Cultura Tlanese performed and put on demonstrations of classic Mexican dances and skills on Saturday, March 4. The event at the Salem Public Library closed out an exhibit of traditional Mexican attire.
A show featuring traditional klezmer music is scheduled in Salem on Saturday, March 4, to raise money for local efforts to help Ukranian refugees.
A regional quartet will be featured in a free concert on Sunday, Feb. 26, at the Salem Public Library, part of performances arranged by Camerata Musica. Chlidren are welcome and get their own copy of the program.