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    About Lake Oswego

    Regarded as the best Portland suburb to live in by the real estate website Movoto, Lake Oswego, Oregon is a community known for its affluent neighborhoods, scenic city parks, and excellent public schools. Located between the Willamette and Tualatin valleys, Lake Oswego was originally the fishing and hunting grounds of the Native American Clackamas tribe. European-American settlers began flooding into the area in the 1840’s seeking free land and a new life. Named after Oswego, New York, the town’s first industry was a lumber mill built by New York native Albert Alonzo Durham. With the discovery of iron ore and the establishment of the Oregon Iron and Steel Company, Lake Oswego became a mining and industrial center into the 20th century. After 1890, Lake Oswego also became a primary destination for Oregonians seeking outdoor recreation. Visitors from Portland began flocking to Lake Oswego to enjoy boating, fishing and hunting. After World War II, Lake Oswego’s popularity as a family oriented suburb of Portland only increased and the city adopted the slogan “Live Where You Play.”

    A Lake Oswego tutor will keep you ahead of the academic curve so you can take time out from your studies to enjoy the great activities in Lake Oswego and the greater Portland metropolitan area. Lake Oswego offers several community events during the year. Farmer’s Market every Saturday from May through October features the regions finest agricultural products with over 80 vendors as well as live music and entertainment. The nation’s independence is celebrated on July 4 with the annual Star Spangled Parade and Celebration. Also in July, the Howl at the Moon Adventure Run features a 3.1-mile course with challenging obstacles such as monkey bars, plank walk and mud pit. And, for more summertime entertainment, the Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department hosts Movies in the Park in Millennium Plaza.

    For residents and tourists, the Lake Oswego History Center and Museum features artifacts, photographs and historic documents. Documents chronicle the early history of the town and particularly the history of the iron industry. For those interested in the theater, the Lakewood Center for the Arts is in its 64th year of providing plays and musicals to Lake Oswego audiences. The center features a mixture of classic and contemporary theater on its main stage throughout the year. It also puts on the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts for three days each June. The festival showcases the work of local artists and is highlighted by art exhibits, music, crafts and food booths.

    Just a few miles north of Lake Oswego, animal lovers will want to visit the Oregon Zoo. With over one million visitors every year, the zoo includes several individual habitats housing animals from around the world. Exhibits include “Polar Bears,” “Predators of the Serengeti” and “Condors of the Columbia.” In recent years, the zoo has established survival plans for 21 endangered and threatened species. Established in 1888, it is the oldest zoo in the United States west of Mississippi River.

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