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See the tree lit through Jan. 2 at the Gresham Arts Plaza, 401 NE Second St., Historic Downtown.
The Arts Plaza's picnic areas, Children's Fountain, concerts and events makes it a popular, open-air community venue.
Located conveniently in the heart of historic downtown Gresham, 20 minutes from downtown Portland, the Plaza's easy to access with ample parking and nearby public transit.
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The Plaza is programmed with events year-round but can also play host to your special event. The possibilities are endless at Gresham’s premier outdoor wedding and event venue. The paved Arts Plaza, framed by adjacent lawns, provides a versatile space that can be enjoyed on a moonlit night or tented to create an elegant and protected outdoor event.
Event registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Your date is secured once the application has been completed including submission of fees, deposit and proof of insurance.
Rental fees for the Plaza may be waived if the organization is a recognized nonprofit with 501(c)(3) status.
Call 503-618-2623 for assistance.
The Arts Plaza's public art, Fine Tuned Tulle, is the inspiration of Seattle artist Claudia Fitch. Each pillar represents one of the four aspects of art – visual art, music, literature and dance. Visually, the pillars resemble a paint brush, trumpet, fountain pen and tutu.
Video of Claudia discussing Fine Tuned Tulle
The public art was funded by the
Gresham Center for the Arts Foundation.