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About Milwaukie

Known as the Dogwood City of the West and birthplace of NASCAR driver Mike Bliss and of the Bing cherry (the number one produced variety of sweet cherry in the United States), Milwaukie was founded in 1848 on the banks of the Willamette River.
Recognized nationally, Living History Day—hosted annually by Milwaukie High School since 1996—invites thousands of veterans to teach students about the past.

Milwaukie is also home to Portland’s only dual accredited, “parent-child through high school,” Waldorf school (founded in 1982).

Milwaukie has an abundance of things to do, which include: the Ledding Library (part of the Library Information Network of Clackamas County), Bike Milwaukie, the Milwaukie Community Gardens group, the Milwaukie Winter Solstice (warm your bones to a bonfire as you watch the Christmas ships sail down the Willamette),  First Friday, Art A La Carte (a Main Street gathering for artists, art collectors, and wine aficionados), the historical Milwaukie Museum and Pioneer Cemetery, the Milwaukie Poetry Series (readings by established local poets), the Sunday Farmer’s Market, and the festive Umbrella Parade.

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