Our headstone workshops are back and kick off next month. April- September from 10am to noon on the third Saturday. No registration needed. Free and all ages and skill levels welcomed. Be prepared to get dirty and dress appropriately. No tools needed but gloves are Read Full Post
Guided Historical Tours Want to get to know the cemetery better? Take one of our monthly tours. Tours highlight Portland’s founders and regionally-known pioneers. Second Saturday of the Month: 10:00a – 12:00pCemetery, Soldiers Monument Suggested donation: $10 per person Reserve a spot here! Reservations or Read Full Post
Learn about the trailblazing women of Lone Fir, including civic leaders, suffragettes, artists, and a few other women whose stories are too good not to tell.Two tours: October 22nd, 2022 November 26th, 2022 10am @ Soldier’s Monument Reserve a tour slot now!
Celebrate Halloween weekend at Metro’s historic Lone Fir Cemetery in Southeast Portland! Guided tours take guests throughout the cemetery and hear the stories of those who lived and died in Portland. Come for an informal history lesson while enjoying the beauty and tranquility of Lone Read Full Post
All summer Metro has been creating volunteer opportunities to help clean and spruce the historical cemeteries in Portland. On Saturday October 15th from 10am to 1pm they are slated to work on Lone Fir Cemetery. What better way then to come on out and spruce Read Full Post
Since we are getting inquiries I thought we should address that we are NOT doing Tour of Untimely Departures this year. It takes many months to plan for such a large scale event and these are still uncertain times. That said, we do have an Read Full Post
Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances we have to cancel our tour this Saturday July 2st. All ticket holders can attend any future Stories in Stone or Historical Tour on regular schedule.If you have any questions contact us at email@example.com We apologize for any inconvenience. Thanks for Read Full Post
Guided Tour: Stories in Stone “I enjoyed the Historical Tour – I’ve taken it twice! – but what about the rest of the cemetery? What is that structure? Who is this and why is their name familiar? Is this granite? What does this symbol mean?” Read Full Post