Visit Lone Fir Cemetery to learn about and honor those who served in America’s armed forces and in Portland Fire and Rescue. Guided tours will be led by Friends of Lone Fir Cemetery.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Take a Self-Guided Tour
Firefighters’ Cemetery flag raising
Portland Fire and Rescue Engine 9 will raise the flag at the fireman’s lot.
10 a.m. to noon
The crew of Portland Fire and Rescue Engine 9 will offer kids the chance to get up close to and learn about a fire engine.
Guided historical tours
11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Join a guide from Friends of Lone Fir Cemetery to discover the past and present of one of Oregon’s oldest active cemeteries. The tour takes approximately two hours, meet at the Soldiers Memorial.
Guided veterans tours
Noon and 2 p.m.
Learn about and visit the graves of veterans of the Mexican-American War, American-Indian Wars, Civil War (Union and Confederate), Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. The tour takes approximately 45 minutes, meet at the Soldiers Memorial.
Metro is leading their annual Earth Day clean-up at Lone Fir! Come out and help all of us spruce up the cemetery. We have had some crazy weather this season so this year it is especially needed. See you Saturday!
Lone Fir Cemetery is the #5 attraction on AirBnB’s Portland Guidebook!
Get to know some of the history and artwork in the cemetery by attending one of our monthly tours!
The cemetery has been re-opened for public access.
Due to freezing rain and inclement weather Metro has closed Lone Fir cemetery so we unfortunately will not be conducting our Art & Epitaph tour tomorrow. We apologize for the inconvenience but we do understand the importance of safety to both you and the cemetery itself. Thank you for your understanding.
We have made the decision to cancel our monthly Art & Epitaph tour on Saturday January 7th due to impending inclement weather. Safety is always a priority and the weather forecast looks icy and possibly snowy. Thanks for your understanding!
BIOGRAPHY: The famous African-American suffragist from Oregon, Hattie Redmond, was born Harriet Crawford in 1862, or 1863. Her parents were slaves, Reuben Crawford, her father, was a rope-maker and later a ships’ caulker, and her mother was Vina Blue. Hattie, being the oldest of eight children, helped her mother in caring for her siblings, as the family made frequent moves from the East Coast, then to St. Louis, San Francisco, and finally settled down in Portland, Oregon around 1880.
Mrs. Redmond’s records of her efforts to win womens’ right to vote in Oregon were rediscovered in 2012 by the Century of Action committee in Oregon,and highlighted in the special ceremony held at Lone Fir on July 21, 2012, attended by more than two hundred people including Gov. Barbara Roberts.
Thursday, November 10, 2016, 7 p.m.
2nd floor Meeting Room – New Seasons Market – Woodstock
4500 SE Woodstock Blvd., Portland, OR 97206
Appetizers and beverages served at 6:30 p.m.
The Board Chair will present the year-end report and address other issues to the membership. Current members will then vote to elect the Board for 2016-2017.
RSVP email@example.com by November 9, 2016