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Join Roy Smallwood every Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. for a great evening of fun, food, friends and drinks. Here are your trivia tid-bits in hopes of pulling you into first place during Quizzy Trivia:
- In 1905, the largest log cabin in the world was built in honor of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
- In 1971 Oregon became the first state to ban the use of non-returnable bottles and cans.
- Formed more than 6,500 years ago, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. It is the only lake to be formed in the remains of a volcano and its crystal-blue waters are known around the world.
- The Tillamook Cheese Factory is the largest cheese factory in the world. Yumm!
- Oregon’s state flag is the only state flag to carry two separate designs, with a beaver on its reverse side.
- Mill Ends Park in Portland, the world’s smallest official park, measures two feet across. It was created in 1948 for the leprechauns, and a place to hold snail races on St. Patrick’s Day.
- Eugene was the first city to have one-way streets, and is quoted by “Bicycling Magazine” as one of the top ten cycling communities in the United States.
- The Carousel Museum contains the world’s largest collection of carousel horses.
- At 8,000 feet deep Hells Canyon is the deepest river gorge in North America.
- Oregon residents own one-fourth of the country’s total llama population!
- During the 1820s Englishman John McLoughlin presided over a massive trapping network positioned at Fort Vancouver which is located near the Columbia River.
Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!