After Hours Networking and Ribbon Cutting – Canby Pioneer Chapel Performing Arts

May. 29th @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Canby Pioneer Chapel Performing Arts
508 NW 3rd Ave
Canby, OR 97013
Laurie Tarter


Canby Pioneer Chapel Performing Arts are growing and becoming a part of Wilsonville’s emerging business community! Please help us welcome Canby Pioneer Chapel Performing Arts to the Chamber by attending their Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of their new outdoor event space!

Wine and appetizers will be served to the sounds of John Nilsen playing live on the Chapel’s beautiful grand piano. The Chapel’s famous tea sandwiches and desserts from Lux Sucre Desserts are not to be missed! Enjoy these treats while taking in the fresh air of the Chapel’s blooming English garden.

The event starts at 5 PM and Ribbon Cutting will take place at  5:45 PM.

Following the event, Chamber guests will receive half off admission for the 8 PM performance of John Nilsen.

Raffle Prizes for this Event Include: 

  • Tickets (4) & Wine to Midweek Chill – $90 value
  • Tickets (2) & Wine to Tony Starlight (Cowboy Songs) – $90 value
  • Tickets (4) & Wine to John Nilsen & Swimfish | June 22nd – $100 value
  • Tickets (4) & wine to John Nilsen & Swimfish | July 6th – $100 value
  • Tickets (4) Tea basket to Afternoon Tea – $125 value

Since 1884 “The Canby Pioneer Chapel” has proudly shared a very strong heritage and history in the city of Canby Oregon. It is one of the grandest and oldest structures in the state of Oregon. This lovely white-frame building augmented by a steep 40-foot bell tower, in classic Gothic Revival Style, is now the home of Canby Pioneer Chapel Performing Arts.

The “Canby Pioneer Chapel” is a magical performing arts center that is the place for concerts, lectures, recitals, corporate events, and parties. It is a charming venue that truly captivates the heart when you walk the English garden or enjoy the glorious performing arts center.

Owner, Marilyn Nash has been an entrepreneur and supporter of small businesses her entire life. In 2016 she received the prestigious Canby Chamber of Commerce Community Choice Award for her tireless efforts in supporting the arts and beautification of the city. Her love of music and performing arts will bring to Canby the finest in entertainment and performers from the Northwest and across the country.

Parking: Ample street parking on Elm and 3rd street.  Overflow parking in the shared lot of the Church behind the Chapel.