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Buchannan Cellers Makes National Registry

Feb 17, 2012

Gerald and Margaret Legard are planning to restore McMinnville’s Buchanan Cellers building — focal point of the city’s Granary District and in turn of its Northeast Gateway renewal project — to the look it had in 1949.
Constructed in 1888 as the Barnekoff and Allyn Flouring Mill, it has won a place on the National Register of Historic Places. It joins McMinnville’s Historic Downtown District and Linfield’s Pioneer Hall.

Read the full article HERE: By Molly Walker of the News Register

The McMinnville Downtown Association works to promote and enhance our historic downtown as the economic, social and cultural heart of the community.

Upcoming Events

May

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There is always something going on a the McMinnville Pubic Library. Check out their website for more details! 

Jun

04

Located on the corner of Cowls and Third Street you will find dozens of local vendors at the very popular downtown Farmers Market. Come listen to live music while you shop and support our local farmers! 

Jun

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Located on the corner of Cowls and Third Street you will find dozens of local vendors at our very popular downtown Farmers Market. Come listen to live music while you shop and support our local farmers! 

Jun

17

"Celebrating Summer" by Kathleen Buck Currents Gallery in McMinnville is honored to present the award-winning work of Kathleen Buck in its upcoming June show.  Kathleen paints primarily in acrylics, combining abstract shapes with a recognizable subject. Recently, she has added textured collages to her paintings to create further depth. She uses both luminous bright colors as well ...

Jun

18

Located on the corner of Cowls and Third Street you will find dozens of local vendors at the very popular downtown Farmers Market. Come listen to live music while you shop and support our local farmers!

Jun

22

Book Signing! " Fed, White, and Blue: Finding America with My Fork." By author, Simon Majumdar. Forward by Alton Brown, creator of Good Eats and host of Cutthroat Kitchen.
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