Hitched Up Bridal Show
Hitched Up Bridal Show

Sunday, March 6th 11:00am - 5:00pm Located in the ballroom at Mt Hood Center 29450 SE Lariat Lane, Boring, Oregon. Let's have a party! With over 40 of the best local vendors chosen for their creativity and reputation, comes HITCHED UP! A one-stop shop bridal show. Bring your friends, grab a drink and stay for lunch.  Throughout our 8k sq ft ballroom you’ll meet talented vendors for every detail of your wedding. Plan to see a diverse group of vendors including photographers, caterers, wedding planners, entertainment, florists and more! All of them bringing new ideas and unique designs. We will also have prizes and giveaways, including a chance to spin our wheel to win $3,000 off a wedding package price at Mt Hood Center. A fresh new space, a fresh new event, a fresh new start! This show will span our ballroom and carry you out to our greenhouse where we’ll have wine tastings and warm fires to end a successful night. Attendance is free, but you must register for the event & show proof of registration at the door. Please register as an attendee below! Register for Event Interested in being a Vendor? We are currently taking applications! Please submit your vendor application below. Become a Vendor  


Arena Closed 1/21
Arena Closed 1/21

Our arena is closed for arena maintenance.  Thank you for your understanding.

Ballet Folklorico Class: January 24th
Ballet Folklorico Class: January 24th

Ballet Folklorico - traditional Mexican folk dance - free classes at Mt Hood Center! Mondays & Wednesdays: Kinder - 4th grade: 3:15 - 4:00 5th grade - 8th grade: 4:00 - 4:45 High School & Adults: 4:45 - 6:00 - no sign up required -   Ballet Folklorico gives students and their families a fresh take on Mexican culture and tradition. In class, students will learn basic dance steps, sequences, choreography, and how to conduct themselves on stage. They will also learn about the different geographic regions of Mexico that the dances originate from, and why the regions have specific traditional costumes and musical styles.  There is no charge for classes, and we welcome community members and their families to be a part of the program. There will be opportunities to dance in performances at community events in the greater Portland metro area.  Music, practice skirts, props and performance costumes are provided at no charge for program participants.  About Maestra Anna Anna is a certified public school teacher and holds a current Oregon teaching license. She began at the St. John's Ballet Folklorico program in 2008. Anna studied Mexican dance at the institute of fine arts, Bellas Artes, in Mexico, and was also a performance dancer for the David Douglas Xochitl dance group in the early 1990's.  Maestra Anna's contact (text preferred) 503-858-0959 Appropriate Practice Clothes Leotards, close-fitting T-shirts (not baggy), leggings, sweatpants, or shorts. No jeans. Practice skirts are provided to use at no charge. Longer than shoulder length hair should be arranged into a ponytail, braid, or bun.  Please bring a water bottle full of water to stay hydrated.  Students are encouraged to wear character shoes with a 1 1/2" heel or purchase folklorico dance shoes online (no tap shoes please).  Girls: Josefina or TMC Dance shoes - explore options here -  Boys: TMC Dance botine - explore options here - INSTAGRAM: @stjohnsballetfolklorico FACEBOOK: @St.Johns.Ballet.Folklorico

Ballet Folklorico Class: January 26th
Ballet Folklorico Class: January 26th

Ballet Folklorico - traditional Mexican folk dance - free classes at Mt Hood Center! Mondays & Wednesdays: Kinder - 4th grade: 3:15 - 4:00 5th grade - 8th grade: 4:00 - 4:45 High School & Adults: 4:45 - 6:00 - no sign up required -   Ballet Folklorico gives students and their families a fresh take on Mexican culture and tradition. In class, students will learn basic dance steps, sequences, choreography, and how to conduct themselves on stage. They will also learn about the different geographic regions of Mexico that the dances originate from, and why the regions have specific traditional costumes and musical styles.  There is no charge for classes, and we welcome community members and their families to be a part of the program. There will be opportunities to dance in performances at community events in the greater Portland metro area.  Music, practice skirts, props and performance costumes are provided at no charge for program participants.  About Maestra Anna Anna is a certified public school teacher and holds a current Oregon teaching license. She began at the St. John's Ballet Folklorico program in 2008. Anna studied Mexican dance at the institute of fine arts, Bellas Artes, in Mexico, and was also a performance dancer for the David Douglas Xochitl dance group in the early 1990's.  Maestra Anna's contact (text preferred) 503-858-0959 Appropriate Practice Clothes Leotards, close-fitting T-shirts (not baggy), leggings, sweatpants, or shorts. No jeans. Practice skirts are provided to use at no charge. Longer than shoulder length hair should be arranged into a ponytail, braid, or bun.  Please bring a water bottle full of water to stay hydrated.  Students are encouraged to wear character shoes with a 1 1/2" heel or purchase folklorico dance shoes online (no tap shoes please).  Girls: Josefina or TMC Dance shoes - explore options here -  Boys: TMC Dance botine - explore options here - INSTAGRAM: @stjohnsballetfolklorico FACEBOOK: @St.Johns.Ballet.Folklorico