ABATE of Oregon will hold its 33rd annual Fossil Campout May 28-31 at Bear Hollow campground near Antelope.

ABATE stands for American Bikers Aimed Toward Education. Proceeds from events are dedicated to fund motorcycle awareness, education and safety programs throughout Oregon.

Events include a scavenger hunt, poker run, a bike rodeo and show, and tattoo contest. There will be several vendors, and live music by Hogfat and the Megan James Band on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.

Rules include: no firearms, no fireworks, campfires in designated areas only, no off-road bike riding on trails, and dogs on leashes only.

Cost is $30 for members or $35 for non-members in advance; add $5 each at the gate. Single-day passes are $15 and $20. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fossilcampout.com.

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