Welcome to Mt. Angel, Oregon. This little town, founded in the late 1800s by German settlers, has an Old World flavor which is heightened by the many Bavarian style storefronts and the beautiful Benedictine Abbey and Monastery. Mt. Angel celebrates its German heritage each year during the Oktoberfest, one of Oregon's largest festivals. More than 300,000 people attend the four-day event, which has been held in Mt. Angel for more than 50 years.
4th of July Weekend Celebration
Please join us on July 3rd to kick off Independence Day Weekend! Come "Celebrate Hometown Spirit" in downtown Mt. Angel from 11 am - 5 pm.
Live music by Festival Brass will begin at 11:30 in the gazebo.
Giggle Britches the Clown will be making balloon animals and bringing the "Hometown Spirit" with her smiling face from 11:30 am - 5 pm.
Community Cake Walk - 1 pm at the Gazebo
Visit our friends from Mt. Angel Public Library to sign up for the summer reading program and enjoy a sno-cone!
Say "hi" to some of our volunteers with the Mt. Angel Fire District and their rigs!
Pick up lunch from Burger Time at their downtown food cart and dessert from Mary Had a Little Faith Bakery Treats
Join us July 4 for our annual parade and fireworks show!
The parade begins at the high school at 11am and will follow its normal route but will be extended all the way down Garfield to the Weingarten and Paul's Small Motors to allow more room for social distancing.
As this is an outdoor event, masks are not required. Floats are allowed to throw packaged candy if they choose.
Marion County Citizens Band begins at 8:30 pm. Fireworks begin at 10 pm at the high school. School grounds will be open for viewing as in previous years. As this is an outdoor event, masks are not required.
3 11 am - 5 pm, Downtown Mt. Angel
Independence Day Celebration
4 4th of July Weekend Celebrations,
11am - parade, 10pm fireworks
7 Chamber Board Meeting,
Festhalle Community Room, 6pm
What’s going on?
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