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Four Rivers Cultural Center

Four Rivers Cultural Center | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

676 SW 5th Ave,
Ontario, OR 97914

Four Rivers Cultural Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that offers a broad program of music, humanities, civic discourse, art & theater, educational and historical curation and local and world culture events. Our goal is to maintain a busy schedule of concerts, lectures, meetings and fundraising events that enhance the civic experience in Ontario and surrounding communities. Community events and programs are scheduled year-round.

In addition to our programming, we are home to the only Japanese Garden, Hikaru Mizu, within 400 miles, a 13,000 square foot diorama museum, 85,000 square foot event and conference center, and our Harano Gallery which rotates local and national exhibits all year. We are a destination for tourists, civic groups, schools and educational institutions. Partnering with our community helps us to expand the impact of our diversity mission.

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