Flags over Rogue RiverLocal videographer, Randy Johnson, shot this beautiful short of the flags flying above our Rogue River bridge on Labor Day 2013.
The City of Rogue River's Centennial Year DocumentaryPublished on Apr 13, 2013
—Rogue River, Oregon
The City of Rogue River, Oregon, celebrated its centennial year in 2012. Local videographer Randy Johnson produced this wonderful video which features the people, places, and events of the city's year-long celebration, "A Century of Hometown Pride." It's a time capsule; an exciting glimpse of a vibrant, American river community in the Pacific Northwest. It includes the Whiskerino Contest, the 59th Annual Rooster Crow, the Woodville Museum with its Native American and pioneering exhibits, beautiful aerial photography, the Ride the Rogue bicycling event, the grape harvest at Evans Creek Vineyard, segments on the riverside Rogue River Greenway, Palmerton Park, Wimer Bridge (one of only 50 remaining covered bridges in the State of Oregon), the Rogue River Fire Department, Mercy Flights, and the October 2 car-lift operation on the river by Waterway Recovery.
A year and a half in the making, Rogue River's Centennial Year was produced independently by videographer Randy Johnson. DVDs of the half-hour program will be available by early summer 2013.
Serving Our Community. Serving Local BusinessThe Rogue River Chamber of Commerce exists to serve. We work to make Rogue River an even better place to live and work.
Our focus is two-fold: to serve our community and to serve local businesses. Each year we help make a number of local special events possible, we raise funds to help local organizations and initiatives, and we work to promote local businesses.
The Visitor CenterThe Rogue River Chamber Office and Visitors Center is located on Rogue River Highway adjacent to the Depot Street Bridge. A dedicated group of volunteers staff the office, greeting visitors and providing a friendly welcome to everyone.
The office is open from 10am - 3pm, Monday - Friday
Phone: (541) 582-0242
Information and publications about the community are also available after hours, in a news box located on the front porch of the building.
The Chamber Board of DirectorsPresident: Byran Dorsey
Vice President: Holly Spitz
Secretary: Ellen Campbell
Treasurer: Ruth Bailey