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Sublimity is located in Marion County, two miles north of Stayton and 12 miles south of Silverton along Cascade Hwy. The town is also 15 miles southeast of Salem along Highway 22, amid gently rolling hills and land that is well-suited for agriculture.

Two public parks offer playground equipment, picnic areas, jogging trails, tennis court, ball diamond, and barbeque facilities. A bicycle path connects Sublimity with Stayton.

The Sublimity area before 1840 was a vast forest, interspersed by Indian trails and shimmering mountain streams. Sublimity had its beginning as an outgrowth of an Indian village or trading post before 1846.

Around 1852, the area served as a convenient gathering place for pioneers and had a primitive store. In September 1852 a post office was established and the town got its official name. Early settler James Denny, gave Sublimity its name because of the fine vista and sublime scenery in the hills around the town.

Sublimity is part of the Salem, Oregon metro area.

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09/23 Coming to The area
Astoria-Warrenton Crab and Seafood Festival Warrenton OR April26 Crab and seafood as well as entertainment. Listen to the Astoria HS Jazz Band on Sunday.
Mt. Pisgah Arboretum Wildflower and Music Festival Eugene OR May19 A day of wildflowers, music, food, crafts, and microscopes!
Rhododendron Days Florence OR May17-19 The annual celebration of the blooming of rhododendrons along the central Oregon Coast.
Columbia Gorge Wine and Pear Fest Hood River OR May18-19 Start off the weekend with friends and fun featuring Columbia Gorge wineries and eateries. Highlights include entertainment, live music, wine tasting, great food, fruit exhibits with samples, and local artisans.