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Upcoming Dates and Events

All library and citywide event dates and times are subject to change without notice. Contact the City of Echo at (541) 376-8411 or at the number(s) listed to confirm dates and times.

Additional event information can be found in The Echo city newsletter. The Echo is published twelve times a year and is a source of timely news about the city's issues, planning and events. Visit our publication page to view current and past issues.


Stay ‘n Play

2:00 pm

As part of the Ready to Read program, the Echo Public Library will be receiving Melissa and Doug items such as the wooden dolls and accessories. The learning toys are designed to encourage children to stay and play in the library.

Library Story and Craft time is scheduled each Friday at 2:00 pm.


Rick Huddle Performs

Monday, April 16
2:00 pm

Join storyteller, musician and theater artist Rick Huddle for a fun Ready2Learn library performance on Monday, April 16 starting at 2:00 pm, upstairs at City Hall.

Rick's shows focus on the struggles & successes of being human. He believes that stories, songs, and laughter can help us understand ourselves and those around us – especially those with whom we don't agree.

He’s a captivating storyteller, a gifted dancer, and can play the guitar, dulcimer, 6-string ukulele, and nose flute (but usually not at the same time). He provides fun, lively, and thoughtful performances that leave audiences of all ages laughing.

Echo City Hall
20 S. Bonanza Street
Echo, Oregon


Kiwanis Club Membership Meeting

Wednesday, April 18
6:00 pm

An open invitation to attend a Kiwanis Club of Echo Membership Meeting on April 18, 2018 at 6:00 PM at the H & P Café. A lasagna dinner will be provided for you and your guest; we do ask that you RSVP by April 11th to ensure we have prepared enough meals.

Please RSVP to

H & P Café
231 W Main Street
Echo, Oregon


Arbor Day Tree Fair

Thursday, April 19
12:35 pm

The City of Echo is preparing to celebrate it’s 29th year as a Tree City USA with the annual Tree Fair and Arbor Day Celebration on Thursday, April 19th at 12:35 pm.

Mayor Jeanie Hampton has organized a series of stations such as a tree-related craft and Tree Story Time. Echo School Children will rotate between the stations located in City Park, at City Hall, Fort Henrietta Park playground and VFW Hall. Preschool children and anyone interested are welcome to attend.

Refreshments will be provided at the playground station and you can sign up for a door prize there. Each elementary class will receive a tree-related book for their class library. The library will be displaying tree-related library books this month.

City Park and VFW Hall
Bridge and Dupont Streets
Echo, Oregon

Echo City Hall
20 S. Bonanza Street
Echo, Oregon

Fort Henrietta Park
10 W. Main Street
Echo, Oregon


Chester's Food Pantry

Wednesday, April 25
4:00 pm

Chester’s Food Pantry, a project of Echo Kiwanis honoring the late Chester Prior, is open the last Wednesday of each month from 4:00 to 5:00 pm at the Echo Masonic Lodge.

Echo Masonic Lodge
20 S. Dupont Street
Echo, Oregon


Citywide Yard Sale, Flea Market

Saturday, April 28
4:00 pm

Brie Van Cleave of Wild Bleu Yonder Boutique on Main Street is organizing the April 28th Citywide Yard Sale map and Facebook page.

Brie will be producing a map of yard sales around town. Contact her and let her know if you are planning one (

The flea market and vendors cannot be on Main Street which is a state highway, but instead will be situated in the park and on Bridge and Dupont Streets. There is a fee to be a vendor or to set up in the park or on the street, but this is a fee for publicity and promotion, not a space fee.

Wild Bleu Yonder Boutique
200 W. Main Street
Echo, Oregon


Adventure to Americana

Echo's Red 2 Red Cross Country Cycle Race heads our growing list of annual events held throughout the community.

Annual Events, Echo Oregon

Click below to learn more about Echo's annual celebrations and events including upcoming dates and times.