Mt. Hood from the top of Mt. Tabor, photo taken by Andrew Haliburton. This is one of many of Haliburton’s exquisite photographs available in the 2017 Mount Tabor Park calendar.
The 2017 Mount Tabor Park calendar is an ongoing project by photographer Andrew Haliburton to celebrate Portland’s beloved park and historic structures.
Although the reservoirs are no longer used, for more than 100 years, they functioned at the heart of Portland’s drinking water supply, balancing the flow of drinking water from the Bull Run Reservoir. They were disconnected from the City’s drinking water system in 2016 and are now just historic structures.
The park covers 190 acres, offering recreational amenities with paved and unpaved trails, play areas, basketball and tennis courts and picnic areas.
The calendar features 25 photos of vistas and details in and around the park, dates for no-change guided tree identification walks, Weed Warriors volunteer group meeting dates for clean-ups, summer concerts, and other important Park events.
The calendar was printed and bound here in Portland and may be purchased either at the Visitor Information Kiosk in Mount Tabor Park, by calling 503.319.8946 or by emailing email@example.com. Cost is $20 and a percentage of every sale is donated to Friends of Mt. Tabor Park.