Aurora, oregonAurora, Oregon With its lush rural setting, the village of Aurora Colony welcomes visitors with a glimpse into the 19th century. You'll find Aurora easily accessible and only 25 minutes from Portland or Salem. Any time of year is right for a trip to Aurora, where you will find that the past makes a lot of sense for present! Be sure to visit there website for map, directions, attractions, galleries, specialty shops and upcoming events. As Oregon's first National Historic District, the town's distinctive original architecture is home to a first-class museum complex and an unrivaled antique shopping experience that earns its designation as the state's antiques capital.Aurora's location as the hub of the picturesque North Willamette Valley makes it a perfect country excursion … a true destination for shopping the town's many antiques and specialty shops to find those quality antique pieces and unique treasures. They are open to visitors every day of the year. To learn more about Aurora, click here. .

Broadacres is one of the two unincorporated communities nestled just outside the city limits of Hubbard barnto the West and close to St. Paul boundaries to their East. Broadacres served its community of farmers with a post office, two general stores one named the Whitney Grocery that also served as a "dance hall" and place for the gentlemen to gather and socialize. Broadacres had a grade school housing 1st through 8th grade students. The Columbus Day Storm had its impact on these buildings blowing off the 2nd story roof of the existing store and tavern. The Grade School (now where the Russian church is) had its last graduating class from eighth grade in 1962 and students enrolled the new unified North Marion School District. Today, Broadacres while it no longer has an operating Post Office, still has its place on the map and features many local surrounding nursery and tree growers as it continues to support agriculture service its long time residents with a general store and tavern. Students living within this area generally occupy a Aurora or Hubbard address.

General StoreButteville, Oregon is an unincorporated community in Marion County, Oregon, (once considered a ghost town). It borders Champoeg State Park and is home to many students attending North Marion Schools. Take a driving tour along the Willamette River and enjoy the beauty of nature at its best. While in Butteville, be sure to visit the Butteville General Store. To learn more about Butteville, go to Students living near the Champoeg, Butteville area have Aurora addresses.

Donald, Oregon Donald Co-opIn 1908 Donald was a station on the Oregon Electric Railway, on French Prairie. The City was incorporated on December 6, 1912 and was named for R.L. Donald, an official with the construction company that built the railway you see now. Today, Donald's population exceeds 680. While you are in Donald visit the famous Skate Park initiated by a group of kids beginning in May 2000 that has now become the only skate park in Oregon with a "bowl" or similar to an empty swimming pool. From asphalt slab and home made ramps to Oregon's first and only public skate pool. The park is 2,500 square feet and it is a cultural addition to skateboarding in Oregon. To learn more about Donald, visit the following website

CityofHubHubbard, Oregon is home to over 890 students attending North Marion Schools. Following the development of the railroad, stores, warehouses, saloons, churches, a hotel and several homes were built. Hubbard became a bustling community, shipping 40,000 bushels of grain by rail in 1876. Many stately, turn-of-the century homes built along 3rd, 4th, and 5th streets remain today. While you are in Hubbard, visit the fountain at City Park, tour the beautiful homes and enjoy a great meal. Don't miss the annual Hubbard Hop Festival. For more information on Hubbard, please visit their website.
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