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Ghost towns are possibly some of the most interesting places to find oneself, alone with the past, pondering what was and why things slipped away and what uncertain future awaits them. Kind of reminds one of how life can be viewed. Maybe I think that because I live in Shaniko   -DH

Shaniko Days

Shaniko Days

 

 August 5-6th, 2017

 

 

Saturday -

 

10am - Parade!  Everyone is welcome: Bring your horse, dog, your bicycle or float, your little red wagon or great big tractor and join in!  

 

11am - Mud Springs Gospel Band

 

1-3pm - Bar-B-Que! Brisket, Beans & Fixins', Chips and a Drink

 

2pm - Ellen Jacob and Friends

 

Quilt show, gun fights, games and vendors plus RAFFLE throughout the day

 

GRAND PRIZE - FLAT SCREEN TV

Plus donations from local and regional businesses

 

7:30 - 10 - Saggy Bottom Band

 

 

 

Please contact the City of Shaniko for further details - 541.489.3226

or email shanikorecorder (AT) gmail.com

 

 


 

 

 

Shaniko Days was established in 1985 to celebrate the new water system. The town has since continued the celebration of that system and the historic spring water that runs through it.

 

 

Camping is always free along the streets of Shaniko, or just come for the day … but come and visit Shaniko Days where you can relax, retreat, and remember.

 

 

There is lodging in the area and a leisurely drive across the high desert will give you a taste of the days when freight wagons traversed and sheep littered the landscape.

 

 

For live updates, find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ShanikoDays

 

 

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