Things to Do

Looking for something to do in Beaverton? Check out the Visitor’s Center at the Beaverton Chamber office.

Looking for something to do in Beaverton? Check out the Visitor’s Center at the Beaverton Chamber office. You will find a variety of brochures and information of the activities available in and around Beaverton!

Farmer’s Market

Beaverton Farmer’s Market brings nature’s bounty from local farms to Beaverton’s sidewalks on Saturdays from late May through October and Wednesday afternoons from July through mid-September. Over 15,000 people visit the Market to purchase goods from the 90 to 100 vendors and enjoy the sights and smells of the market, plus enjoy live music and the fountain in the adjacent City Park.

The Beaverton Farmers Market has been recognized as one of the best Farmers Markets in the West by both Sunset and Country Gardens magazines.

Beaverton Farmers Market is on SW Hall Boulevard, between Third and Fifth Streets, just south of Farmington Road.

City Library

The Beaverton City Library, one of the busiest library facilities in the state, serves a population of approximately 106,000 (the population of Beaverton plus a portion of the unincorporated residents of Washington County). Each month over 70,000 people visit the Library to check out over 1.7 million items per year. The Library is 7 days per week and maintains a collection of over 300,000 items. The Library offers traditional print materials including best sellers plus Books on Tape and CD, music CDs, video and DVD collections, foreign language materials, and much more. Many electronic databases and access to the Internet are also available on the Library’s 80 public access workstations. As a member of the Washington County Cooperative Library Service, patrons have access to the holdings of the eleven public libraries that make up the cooperative.

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD)

THPRD provides year-round recreational and educational opportunities for people of all ages in the Beaverton. Offerings include thousands of broadly diverse classes and more than 200 park sites, 60 miles of trails, and 1,300 acres of natural areas in addition to eight swim centers and six recreation centers.