Every Fall, This Small City In Oregon Holds An Eye-Catching Street Painting Festival
By Christy Articola|Published October 04, 2022
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If you’re looking for something fun to do in the fall in Oregon, head on down to the small city of Grants Pass for its annual street painting festival in October. Art Along the Rogue began back in 2003 and it has been delighting attendees of all ages ever since. This three-day festival takes place in the Grants Pass Historic District along H Street and draws artists from all over the nation. Best of all, it’s free. Read on to learn more about this eye-catching street festival. You and your family will love it!
Art Along the Rogue takes place during early October each year. If you’re looking for a fun and memorable fall activity in Oregon, then you’re going to love this event. This festival both looks and sounds great. Don’t miss it!