Just spotted this Facebook link and wanted to share OPEN Forum's great article with worthy praise for a Falls City business:
Falls City, Oregon
by Katie Morell Contributor, OPEN Forum Editors
"Drive down Main Street in Falls City on the weekends and you’ll be lucky to find a place to park. The streets are packed for one reason: everyone is there to buy sourdough and pizza at The Bread Board, a bakery that opened in mid-2010 on the corner of Main and Third Street.
This is a startling sight for the 900-person town. Located about an hour south of Portland, Falls City was once a booming (in the 1920s) lumber town that has since fallen into a deep depression with a reputation of drug-using residents and high unemployment. There’s been no reason to go there.
That is until John Volkmann and Keith Zinn moved to town in 2009. The couple met in Northern California where Zinn was working at a bakery. They wanted to settle down, but budgets couldn’t accommodate California prices, so they ventured north until they found a Victorian fixer-upper and fell in love at first sight. The house just happened to be in Falls City.
Zinn also made furniture and . . ." (click here to read the rest)
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 9am to 8pm.
(pizzas from 4-8pm only)
404 N. Main Street, Falls City,
OR 97344 | 503-787-5000