Lake Oswego is a community rich with art, culture, historical resources, quality schools, vibrant business districts, and an abundance of activities and events for all ages. Whether you are looking for a multi-million dollar estates on the lake or a peaceful, quiet street in an established neighborhood there is a wide variety of housing options in Lake Oswego. Whether you are new to town or considering moving to Lake Oswego or a current resident, you will find there’s never a week when there isn’t some kind of activity, class, or event to participate in. Throughout the year, popular community events including the Farmers’ Market, Summer Concerts, Movies in the Park, Independence Day Celebration, Festival of the Arts, and Tree Lighting Ceremony are free and open to the public. With hundreds of ongoing classes and programs offered through Parks and Recreation and the Adult Community Center, Public Library, Luscher Farm, Tennis Center, and Municipal Golf Course, there is something for everyone.