The Carousel

Join fellow Oregonians to “Re-TURN” the Carousel

Restore Oregon listed the carousel as one of its Most Endangered Places in 2012. Given the Carousel’s unique design, high-level of historic significance, and cultural value to generations, the carousel found its way to Restore Oregon’s Most Endangered Places list when it was dismantled, stored, and no longer in operation. After five years of diligent work, Restore Oregon has saved it and now we need your help to find it a new permanent home so it can “turn” once again as a year-round family attraction.

We can’t do it without you!

Please join the Re-TURN the Carousel Campaign by showing your support:

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  • Donate to support our effort.

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Your 100% tax-deductible contribution to Restore Oregon will help breathe new life into the carousel and see it passed forward to a new generation of locals and visitors.

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