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Weddings and Engagements in Hillsboro, OR
In Hillsboro, OR you will find the Old Scotch Church which is a Presbyterian Church with a unique steeple on top and a cemetery, the Imbrie farm which contains ancient English chestnut and black walnut trees over one hundred years old, supported a settler family by the name of Imbrie who had twelve children and now is a brewpub, the Harold Wass Ray House, the Old Washington County Jail, the Manning-Kamna Farm and other Historic Places that are listed with the National Register of Historic Places dating from the 1800s. Services are held in the Old Scotch Church on Sundays. The rainy season in Hillsboro, OR is from November through March with each of these months getting four or more inches of rain. It rarely if ever gets to the freezing mark in Hillsboro in the winter and summers are mild as well as the temperatures stay between seventy and eighty degrees Fahrenheit most of the time from May through October making the city a fine place for weddings year round. Only light wraps will do the trick and the bride can dress all the ladies of the wedding party romantically to her hearts delight. In Hillsboro, OR the Cornelius Pass Roadhouse & Imbrie Hall is the perfect place for outdoor weddings and receptions both day and night. Spacious layouts let you host a bash fit for a king and queen. You can choose the Octagonal Barn setting, the Roadhouse (this one is indoors) which includes two floors while being very unique and cozy, the Imbrie Meadow which is presented in a giant tent with balloons, banquet tables and chairs for up to two hundred guests or the Wedding Grove. The Reverend Robert Bonds performs all types of wedding unions including Christian, Interfaith, non-denominational or civil wedding ceremonies. Reverend Bonds, from nearby Beaverton, will also unite those in marriage who would like even more unique weddings. He prefers to let each couple reflect their individual tastes and personalities as they walk down the aisle.