The former North Sherman Elementary School facility is now owned by the City of Wasco and known as the Wasco School Events Center. The property, at 903 Barnett Street in Wasco, is now home to the Wasco Community Library. The school’s office areas and gym also are available for private business rental and special events. If … Continued
FAQ Topic: Events
You can! The best way is to come in or call and talk to the Senior Center manager to make sure the space you want is available. You’ll find the rental application online.
Sherman County manages the Sherman County Senior & Community Center at 300 Dewey Street in Moro, open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with lunch at noon Monday through Friday and activities throughout the week. There you’ll find meetings, exercise classes, social gatherings, and technology training.
The Sherman County Fair is generally held the third week of August. Check the fair website for details, shermancountyfairfun.com. Fairbooks are available in the Extension office and post offices in the county during the summer if you would like to prepare an entry for consideration for a county fair prize.
You easily can submit your event through Sherman County’s online Add an Event form. The event will be reviewed by the Sherman County Court Administrative Assistant before publication. Events are added to the countywide events calendar as space allows or at the administrative assistant’s discretion.
The Sherman County Fair is generally held the third week of August. Check the fair website for details, shermancountyfairfun.com. Fairbooks are available in the Extension office and post offices in the county during the summer.
Sherman County 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) entries are usually due by the third week of July. See http://extension.oregonstate.edu/sherman/4h-youth.
Challenge yourself to world-class windsurfing on the Columbia, bass fishing on the John Day River, whitewater rafting on the Deschutes, and upland game hunting in our wide-open spaces! Listen to the sound of rushing waters, the rustling of ripe winter wheat, the squeal of 4-H project pigs at the Sherman County Fair, and cheering fans … Continued
Select the “Controlled Hunt” option on the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife license ordering page. Find big-game details at the Columbia and Central Oregon Big Game Hunting sections of the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife website.
If your event qualifies as a mass gathering, you must file a Mass Gathering Application with the Planning Department. An event is considered a “mass gathering” in Sherman County if it draws more than 250 people and can “reasonably be expected to continue for more than 24 consecutive hours but less than 120 hours within … Continued