Fred's Birthday Fundraiser

Fred’s Family Fun Birthday Fundraiser

Lets Celebrate Fred’s 106th Birthday with a step back in time to the Pioneer Days and Fred’s childhood

Join us at the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage & Art Center in Puyallup,
March 9th from 11 am – 4 pm

Fun Filled Day of crafts, games, stories, music, and demonstrations – Fun for the whole family!
• Pioneer Farms hands on activities
• Weavers, Quilters, Felters
• Storytellers
• Cowboy singers, Banjo music, Fiddlers,
• Crafts, games and more!

Admission is FREE, but donations are welcome!

We will also be raffling off an original Fred Oldfield oil painting! Raffle tickets $100 each. Only 50 tickets available! Tickets available for purchase at the event, but you may call us to reserve your winning tickets at 253-267-5582 or email!

This event is one of our biggest Fundraisers, so please open your hearts and help kids flourish through the arts by donating!  Donate by clicking the button above or at the event! We appreciate every dollar you’re able to give.

Raffle Prize – “Winter Trapping” 11 x 14 by Fred Oldfield (2011)

We are grateful for every dollar you share with the kids, and remember…

$25 a month can help provide canvas boards and sketch pads for the students…

$50 provides a partial scholarship for one student’s art classes…

$100 will pay for Watercolors, Oils, Pastels and Charcoal for the students…

$200 will pay for a week of Summer Camp for one student…

$500 will help produce a Community Cultural Event for the entire community…

We are grateful for monthly donations of any amount.

Your gift will help enrich a child’s life through art, history and culture.

If you would like to donate with a check, please send it to

The Fred Oldfield Western Heritage & Art Center
PO Box 1539
Puyallup, WA 98371

Thank You To Our Sponsors

Old Cannery Furniture & Mattress Warehouse
Umpqua Bank Logo
Washington State Fair

Happy Birthday Fred!

“No one can get an education, for of necessity, education is a continuing process.”
~ Louis L’Amour

 Since a bright spring day back in 1918, Fred Oldfield had experienced life in the American West to its fullest and dedicated himself and his art to sharing that western artist heritage with art lovers of all ages, inspiring and informing coming generations about this important part of our history. Western Art, like Jazz, is truly a uniquely American form of artistic expression. Fred was one of the last “cowboy artists” and felt a deep responsibility to impart his experiences and encourage exploration through art.

Western Artist, Fred Oldfield