Location: SW Madison Ave between 9th and 11th streets
The Madison Avenue task force, Oregon State University, and City of Corvallis invite you to the Gateway Walk Dedication ceremony.
Pedal your way to this event--bike parking provided by Transportation Action Team.
Please note this event will be outdoors and last about 30 minutes.
For event questions or accommodation requests, please contact Shelly Signs, (541) 737-0724 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is part of OSU's 150th anniversary celebration. Learn more at OSU150.org. After the program join us at Azalea Child Care Center’s Open House starting at 4:30 p.m., corner of Madison and 11th. Enjoy appetizers, beverages and enter your name for one of three wine and cheese basket give-aways. In addition, celebrate the historic contributions of Azalea Sager, namesake of Azalea House, and view the newly installed curated display of her quilts and samplers from the early 1900’s. For additional event info contact the Family Resource Center at familyresrouces.oregonstate.edu or 541-737-4906.
The Madison Avenue Task Force was created in 1973 by Oregon State President Robert MacVicar and Corvallis Mayor Don Walker with the goal of connecting campus to downtown. The Gateway Walk is a physical representation of the 150 years of collaboration between Oregon State and the people of Corvallis.
The Gateway Walk reflects the task force's determination to accomplish great things. Oregon State and Corvallis look forward to another 150 years of collaboration that will enhance the quality of life and prosperity of our community.