Lake Oswego, OR

The Holiday Gift Market is Here! At the Oswego Heritage Museum December 1st 1-6pm

Michelle Jaqua

If you're looking to get in some holiday shopping, don't pass up this annual holiday show. The Oswego Heritage Museum is hosting several local artists this year.

Along with the Heritage Gift Shop, you'll find an assortment of handmade goodies: chocolates, honey, shortbread cookies, and boutique soaps. There's also pewter products, wool plushies, and fun designs from PDX Coasters.

The Oswego Heritage Museum will open its doors on Wednesday, December 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 398 10th Street, Lake Oswego, Oregon. The Museum Store is open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can look at the price list of sale items here.

The Oswego House was built in 1928 by Paul C. Murphy using the master architect of the time, Charles Ertz. the building is in colonial revival style, and is managed by the non-profit, Oswego Heritage Council, who's mission is to preserve and promote the history and culture of Lake Oswego.

If you're interested in renting this historic home, the Heritage House is a lovely home setting for all types of events. On their website;

Renters have access to a kitchen, kitchenware (dishes, glasses, silverware, servingware, etc.), tables, chairs, podium, microphone, sound system, projector, screen and more.  For information on all equipment that is available to renters and for information on fees, download our Rental Contract & Agreement here.

They ask that facility rentals are members of the Oswego Heritage Council, with an annual fee involved.

If you are interested in becoming a member, or donating to this non-profit, you can call or email. Information below:

Phone: (503) 635-6373


To learn more about the Lake Oswego Heritage House, check out their website:

Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones!

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