Bridgeport Village
Tigard, Oregon

Mon-Sat: 10am - 8pm
Sun: 11am - 6pm

The Sundance Store - Customer Reviews

Mary Jo Piazza

This is my special passion. Everything about Sundance makes me happy. The selection of clothing and shoes is exciting, and the home decor is entjcing

Brendan Clark

This brick and mortar for the Robert Redford owned Sundance catalog is a great place to get high quality crafts, jewelry, and other handpicked items such as Pendleton blankets. The staff are friendly and happy to help with needs and the store balances carrying a large inventory with not making it feel overwhelming. Insider tip: this is the store if you are looking for a gift; there is truly something for everyone here.

Priya S

I love this store and everyone who works here! They are very friendly and really helpful always! The store collection every season is just simply amazing and it fits all sizes. Their jewelry collection is also spectacular! I always look forward and enjoy going to the store. Thanks Sundance!

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The Sundance Store - Giving Back
Vibe of Portland

Their Mission: Expand art education availability for all students in the Portland area

Vibe of Portland is an Oregon-based organization working to return emphasis to art education where it is missing from today's daily educational system. Many students with an interest in arts are not able to pursue it, especially those who do not have the means to connect with the art community outside of school. Vibe connects local teaching artists who have a passion for art and music with students who have a desire or a creative outlet.Until long-term visual art and music education is available to all students in Portland, Vibe will continue to work with those who strive to cultivate and understand artistic expression.

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The Sundance Story The Sundance Story

Sundance was founded in 1969 by Robert Redford at the base of beautiful 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos in Utah's Wasatch Mountains. The goal of the Sundance Village is to offer a community art and nature that would foster artistic pursuits and recreational activity while preserving naturally beautiful and unique environment of Sundance. The first edition of Sundance Catalog was mailed in 1989 to offer “the kinds of things that we have been privileged to collect, many of them handcrafted exclusively for Sundance.”