PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
MARCH 29-31, 2019
SAT – Enjoy an hour-long Yoga class followed by a whole food plan based brunch prepared by famous Chef Ada, founder of Wholism. Proceeds will be donated to help youth and adults heal from trauma.
THROUGH APRIL 29 – View 40 acres adorned with tulips and daffodils in full bloom. Enjoy a snack at the gift shop and café at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival.
OREGON GHOST CONFERENCE
FRI-SUN – Listen to guest speakers, take ghost tours, shop vendors and more at the Seaside Convention Center for the largest Paranormal convention in the Northwest.
WOMEN’S FILM FEST
THROUGH SUN – Watch silent films, documentaries, shorts, narratives, and more directed by successful women at the Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival.
PET CRAFT SHOW
SAT – The Spring Shopping Extravaganza has pet treats, vendors, art, soaps, and activities at the Doggie Craft fair.
SUN – Lakewood Theatre Company presents Taking Steps, a comedy about an old haunted house and the misguided tenants.
SAT-SUN – The Portland Gold & Treasure Show hosts seminars, demonstrations, vendors, and kids activities. Try your hand at gold panning and metal detecting with industry professionals.
THROUGH SUN – Head to the coast for a weekend at the Depoe Day Whale Center to spot the 20,000 gray whales heading back to Alaska for the spring.
SAT – Join Kell’s for a high-stakes Derby night benefiting Donate Life Northwest, bringing hope to those who wait for organ donors.
ALL CLASSICAL SYMPHONY
ONGOING – Don’t miss showcases of the season from All Classical Portland. Check the website for the latest schedule.
GIRLS NIGHT IN
SAT – Join an amazing community of women for Girls Night In celebrating Women’s History month with conversation, food, and cocktails.
ONGOING – OMSI takes a behind the scenes glance at Pixar creations. Experience the science, technology, art, and concepts by Pixar artists for award-winning films.
ONGOING – Head to the Portland Chinatown Museum for a look beyond the gate. This exhibit uses rate objects and visuals to explain the history and old tales of Portland’s historic Chinatowns.
VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS
PACK OF LIES
THROUGH APRIL 13 – Magenta Theatre hosts Pack of Lies, a drama based on true events that occurring over the 1960s Cold War in London.
THROUGH SUN – The 44TH Annual Quilt Show hosts more than 300 quilts, 25 vendors, and local vendors.
FRI-SUN – This national dance convention and competition tour showcases education and inspiration through the art of dance.
VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
ONGOING – The Vancouver farmers market features local fresh produce and products.
MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND
- Fruits Basket
- Working Woman
- Hotel Mumbai
- Long Lost
- Lost & Found
- Super Deluxe
- The Brink
- The Chaperone