ENGLEWOOD FOREST FESTIVAL

Thank you to our community, artist vendors, local busninesses, non profits and volunteers for making the first festival a success! 


We are going to begin planning soon for our second festival in Englewood Park on Saturday, August 11, 2018.

We are looking for volunteers to help with: 

  • OUTREACH 
  • CANVASSING
  • GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • SCHOOL PARTICIPATION
  • EXCEL
  • and more!

Please contact us at EnglewoodForestFestival@gmail.com/

art & environmental workshops

Environmental Education & Workshops


  • GARDENING FOR POLLINATORS
  • BIRDS IN THE ENGLEWOOD FOREST
  • CARING FOR YOUR YOUNG & MATURE TREES 
  • COMPOSTNG 101
  • CREATING WILDLIFE HABITAT IN YOUR YARD
  • BACKYARD POND BASICS
  • VERMICULTURE

Family-Friendly Art Workshops

AGES 5 TO 95

CREATE A MEMORY WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY

  • PRINTMAKING
  • PAINTING 
  • CLAY
  • MOSAICS
  • PAPER CRAFTS
  • DRAWING
  • RECYCLED ART


MUSIC & DANCE

Madalena Martin winner of Salem Idol 2017 and Elvicious Cash on acoustic guitar will play about 2:45 pm and 3:45 pm. 

Listen to a Bob Dylan and Reggae song by Madalena and Elvicious Cash on KMUZ's radio show.

about the festival

Englewood Park

Englewood Park is located at 1260 19th St. NE, Salem. The beautiful heavily wooded seven acre site was Salem's first park and has over 200 Douglas fir and Oregon white oak trees, a splash pool and playground.

The landscape architecture firm of Lord & Schryver created drawings for the park. 

View a video of Englewood Park here.

Northeast Neighbors (NEN)

NorthEast Neighbors (NEN) is sponsoring the Englewood Forest Festival with support from the City of Salem, N2 Community Partnership Team and a wonderful group of community volunteers.  

NEN meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 6:30 pm at the First Church of the Nazarene, 1550 Market St. NE, Salem.

Everyone is welcome!

Contact Us

To volunteer, or if you have questions, please fill out this form.

Englewood Forest Festival

1260 19th St NE, Salem, Oregon 97301, United States

We are excited about the participation so far!

Special thanks to the City of Salem and to the N2 Community Partnership Team of Salem Leadership Foundation for their support, to local artist Corrine Loomis Dietz for our beautiful logo, to artist and architect Jens Lerback for our poster artwork, to photographer Chris Hedstrom for many of the Englewood Forest Photos, to Marion Soil & Water Conservation District, to the Englewood United Methodist Church for and to the Salem First Church of the Nazarene for kindly providing parking for our event.

Join us!

We are excited about the talent in our neighborhood!




thank you for your support