Portland Metro Weekend Planner: January 18-20, 2019

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
JANUARY 18-20, 2019

FISHING WORKSHOP
SAT – The Angler’s guide to fly fishing the Clackamas River will teach you the history of nearby fisheries, local knowledge like hot spots and get a fishing lesson!

DOG SHOW
THROUGH SUN – The Rose City Classic hosts the all-breed dog shows, obedience rally, and agility. Be a spectator and discover new and original breeds of your favorite four-legged friends.

FILM & MUSIC FESTIVAL
THROUGH FEB 16 – The Reel Music Festival displays classic and new films with a live music theme at the Portland Art Museum. Enjoy musical genres like jazz, blues, folk, rock, electronic, world, classical and everything in between.

5K FUN RUN
SAT – The Oregon Brewery Running Series hosts a 5K fun run for adults! Start and end at some of Oregon’s best breweries as you run along park trails with live entertainment.

THE CRAFTY CORK
SAT – Enjoy happy hour prices at Zoiglhaus Brewery while crafting home décor!

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
FRI – Head to the Moda Center and watch the Portland Trail Blazers take on the New Orleans Pelicans.

DISCOVER KING TUT
THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

$5 AFTER 5
FRI – Head to the Portland Art Museum for $5 admittance after 5pm. Pizza and beer will be available for purchase.

SCHOOL OF ROCK
FRI – The Portland Performance Program pays a tribute to the History of Portland in a benefit for the Portland rock with us music scholarship program.

YOGA & BEER
SAT – Head to Double Mountain Brewing for a rejuvenating yoga class led by beer founder Mikki Trowbridge, accompanied with a cold beer in the brewery afterward.

CHEF PAIRINGS
SAT – Resident Chef at Alloro Vineyards creates a “bite” menu with wine pairings in a single bite. This special event is no added cost to the purchase of a tasting flight.

WINTERHAWKS HOCKEY
SAT – Head to the Veterans Memorial Coliseum to watch the Portland Winterhawks take on the Everett Silvertips.

MURDER MYSTERY DINNER
THROUGH FEB 23 – This comedy murder mystery dinner show brings out your inner detective skills as you enjoy a meal and interact to solve the whodunnit.

COSMIC SNOW TUBING
FRI-SAT – Head to the best party on the mountain with over half a million LED lights, laser light shows and colored lights with a DJ as you enjoy tubing down the mountain. Check online for dates through March 22nd at Mt. Hood Skibowl.

JAZZ & BROADWAY AT THE SCHNITZ
SUN Broadway singer Leslie Odom Jr. sings at renditions of jazz and Broadway hits with his perfect pitch and vocals.

JANE AUSTEN PLAY
THROUGH FEB 10 – Portland Center Stage presents Sense & Sensibility, a romantic comedy based on Jane Austen’s novel about the charming Dashwood sisters.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL
THROUGH SAT – Watch this production of a charming, action-packed musical based on the creations of Dr. Seuss.

ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE SHOW
SAT-SUN – Browse vendors from over 250 booths with thousands of vintage items for the decorator, collector, or treasure hunter within at the Clark County Event Center.

WINTER WONDERLAND TEA PARTY
SUN – Purchase tickets online for a tea party with tea sandwiches, scones, and sweet treats at The Grant House.

9TH ANNUAL MLK JR. BREAKFAST
SAT – Listen to Keynote speaker Oregon Senator Lew Frederick and closing speaker Keyonda McQuarters, as well as a live performance by vocalist Alonzo Chadwick at Warehouse 23 on the Vancouver Waterfront.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Glass
  • An Acceptable Loss
  • Adult Life Skills
  • Wonders Of The Sea
  • Canal Street
  • Cheat India
  • Egg
  • I Hate Kids
  • Kaka Ji
  • The Brawler
  • The Standoff At Sparrow Creek
  • Laddie: The Man Behind The Movies
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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: January 11-13, 2019

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
JANUARY 11-13, 2019

BOAT SHOW
THROUGH SUN – View sport boats, fishing boats, sailboats and more at the Portland Boat Show.

C.S. LEWIS PLAY
THROUGH SUN – This play covers the life journey of famous writer C.S. Lewis as it covers his friendships and the choices he made.

JAPANESE ANIMATION FESTIVAL
THROUGH SUN – View 18 films at OMSI featuring popular Japanese animation.

LAKEWOOD THEATRE
THROUGH FEB 10 – Lakewood Center for the Arts presents Dial M for Murder, a play based on Alfred Hitchcock’s film adaptation.

PORTLAND BRIDAL SHOW
SAT-SUN – See the pages of your favorite bridal magazine come to life at this show! Talk to local vendors, see the latest fashions and trends of 2019!

DISCOVER KING TUT
THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

$5 AFTER 5
FRI – Head to the Portland Art Museum for $5 admittance after 5pm. Pizza and beer will be available for purchase.

COMEDY SHOWCASE
SAT – Enjoy an evening showcasing stand-up comedy with dancing and more at Club Sanctuary.

REPTILE SHOW
SAT – Head to the Northwest Reptile Expo for educational tables, view vendors, see frogs, snakes, geckos and more.

OREGON SYMPHONY
SAT – The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall hosts Rossini’s Tancredi Overture and Rimsky-Korsakov’s depiction of a Russian cathedral on Bright Holiday.

THE KING AND I
THROUGH SUN – Set in 1860, this musical explains the story of a King and a schoolteacher in an imperialistic world. Get your tickets today!

WEEKEND TEA
SAT-SUN – Enjoy a fun and formal tea service with a pot of tea and a wide selection of 14 sweet and savory sweets like French macarons, mini eclairs, quail eggs, and more. A vegetarian menu is available.

JANE AUSTEN PLAY
SAT-FEB 10 – The Portland Center Stage Theatre presents Sense & Sensibility, a romantic comedy based on Jane Austen’s novel about the charming Dashwood sisters.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL
THROUGH JAN 19 – Watch this production of a charming, action-packed musical based on the creations of Dr. Seuss.

COLUMBIA RIVER CRITTERS
SAT –  Head to the Water Resources Education Center and meet with experts, to learn about mammals that call the Columbia home. Engage in interactive activities, fun for the whole family.

WINE & PAINT
SAT – Discover the artist within and choose from materials provided to paint a winter theme. Enjoy snacks and beverages throughout the night.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Replicas
  • The Upside
  • A Dog’s Way Home
  • Pledge
  • Sgt. Will Gardner
  • Ashes In The Snow
  • Buffalo Boys
  • The Aspern Papers
  • On The Basis Of Sex
  • Perfectos Desconocidos
  • The Untold Story
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PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER JANUARY 4-6, 2019

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
JANUARY 4-6, 2019

BIRD WATCHING

SAT – Join volunteers in counting and identifying birds in a 15-mile radius. Head to the Tryon Creek State Natural Area to discover these birds!

DISCOUNT MUSEUM DAY

SUN Oregon Museum of Science and Industry offers discount day the first Sunday of the Month. While you’re there, upgrade your ticket for a submarine tour or planetarium show.

COMEDY IMPROV

THROUGH SUN – Join ComedySportz for a fun, fast paced comedy show, fun for the whole family.

LAKEWOOD THEATRE

SUN-MON – Lakewood Center for the Arts presents Dial M for Murder, a play based on Alfred Hitchcock’s film adaptation.

DISCOVER KING TUT

THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

$5 AFTER 5

FRI – Head to the Portland Art Museum for $5 admittance after 5pm. Pizza and beer will be available for purchase.

BRIDGE CITY BLUES BAND

FRI – Dance the night away with an energetic night of classic blues from local artists at Buffalo Gap.

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

FRI-SAT – Head to the Moda Center to watch the Portland Trail Blazers take on The Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday, and the Houston Rockets on Saturday!

OREGON SYMPHONY LIGHT CLASSICS

SAT – The Oregon Symphony performs classical music from Bernstein to Beethoven by local talents.

BREWVANA TOUR

SUN – Join in on this tasting experience in Portland with a visit to 4 breweries with quality and innovation of beer in the PNW.

FIRST CATURDAY

SAT – Put your purr-fect friend on a leash and bring them out to the Laurelhurst Park for outdoor cat napping and socializing.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

CLARK COUNTY WEDDING EXPO

SAT – Head to the Clark County Wedding Expo for the largest wedding event in the NW! Browse the latest trends and talk with local vendors. This year the event is held at Ilani Casino Resort.

STAMP & RELAX

SAT – Enjoy a day of crafting with stamps as demonstrators display their talent, bring envelopes and adhesive to create your own works of art!

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES

THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • American Hangman
  • Escape Room
  • Great Great Great
  • Mojin: The Worm Valley
  • State Like Sleep
  • Rust Creek
  • Long Day’s Journey into Night
  • Genesis 2.0
  • The Vanishing
  • Communion
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PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER DEC 28, 2018 – JAN 01, 2019

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
DEC 28, 2018 – JAN 01, 2019

WHALE WATCHING WEEK

THROUGH MON – Volunteers among the beach will help you spot whales at over 24 spots along the Coast as nearly 20,000 Gray Whales migrate to the warm waters of Mexico.

TRUMAN CAPOTE’S CHRISTMAS MEMORY

THROUGH SUN – This play and concert reflects famous writer Truman Capote’s upbringing in Alabama paired with musical talents that celebrate winter.

LIGHTS AT THE GROTTO

THROUGH SUN – Head to the Christmas Festival of Lights to saunter through light displays while listening to carolers, choirs, watching puppet shows and interacting with a puppet show.

IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE

THROUGH SUN – Watch as this recreated story comes to life in the form of a radio play!

NEW YEAR’S CONCERT CELEBRATION

SUN-MON – The Big Band and Beethoven: New Year’s Celebration showcases the Oregon Symphony and the Oregon Repertory Singers performing a twist on Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.

A MCMENAMINS NYE PARTY

MONMcMenamins is hosting a night to remember at various locations, enjoy live music and delicious food.

NYE GOVERNOR’S BALL

MON – Enjoy a three-course dinner, drinks, champagne toast and live music at The Sentinel Hotel.

NYE BOLLYWOOD MASQUERADE

MON – This live DJ hosts a dance party with music from India, performers, a dance lesson and more at Hawthorne Theater.

NEW YEAR’S EVE COMEDY

MON – This extravaganza hosts sketch, stand up, improv and aerial art, paired with hors d’oeuvres, desserts and a celebratory champagne toast.

CHRISTMAS NEIGHBORHOOD

THROUGH MON – Bundle up and drive or walk through the Lights on Peacock Lane open to see homes covered in lights and boasting the holiday spirit.

CHRISTMAS AT THE PITTOCK MANSION

THROUGH MON – Stroll through the Pittock Mansion with decorated rooms from professional designers and a rich touch of history woven into the home built in 1909.

CHRISTMAS LIGHT TRAIL

THROUGH MON – Walk down a lighted path of festive trees through the Maddax Woods to the Willamette waterline in a tradition 15 years in the making.

CHRISTMAS FANTASY TRAIL

THROUGH MON – Enjoy a lighted Christmas Fantasy trail and a bonfire at Wenzel Family Farm.

DISCOVER KING TUT

THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

 

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

A NIGHT IN BLACK & WHITE

MON – Head to Warehouse 23 for musical guests on the beautiful Vancouver Waterfront.

THE 12 BEERS OF CHRISTMAS

THROUGH JAN 4Northwood Public Brewing House showcases limited casks every day for 12 straight days.

THE JAZZY REVUE

FRIWashington’s Dance Creative invites you to a night of Jazz in its first concert inspired by iconic Jazz music.

MATT BROWN PERFORMANCE

SAT – Musician Matt Brown performs at the Confluence Vineyards and Winery in Ridgefield!

NEW YEAR’S EVE AT SKAMANIA LODGE

MON – Celebrate New Year’s and the 25th Anniversary of the Lodge! Doors open with a concert by the Design band, snacks and libations will be provided with a midnight champagne toast.

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES

THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

 

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Vice
  • The Shop Around The Corner
  • Take Point
  • Fantastica
  • Kill Mobile
  • Simmba
  • Stan & Ollie
  • The House That Jack Built
  • It Happened

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner December 21-23, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
DECEMBER 21-23, 2018

BAROQUE HOLIDAY CONCERT
FRI – The Bach Cantana Choir and Chamber Orchestra display a performance with Baroque Christmas Carols.

CRAFT FAIR
SAT-SUN Renegade Craft Fair offers crafts, food trucks, and music from a live DJ.

WINTER SOLSTICE
FRI – The Winter Village celebrates the Winter Solstice with ice skating, art activities and more at Orenco Station.

CHRISTMAS TRAIN RIDE
ONGOING – Ride along the Columbia River as you enjoy cocoa, Christmas cookies, and a visit from Santa and his elves through December 27th.

CHRISTMAS SHOW
THROUGH DEC 22 – Celebrate the winter solstice and enjoy Christmas in a family-oriented show with song and dance at Newmark Theatre.

CHRISTMAS AT VICTORIAN BELLE
THROUGH DEC 23 – Visit the Victorian Belle mansion and its 2.5-acre grounds to see decorated rooms, train display, musical performances and more!

DRIVE-THROUGH LIGHT SHOW
THROUGH DEC 26 – The largest light show in the Northwest, Winter Wonderland is home to over 250 colorful displays at the Portland International Raceway.

LIGHTS AT THE GROTTO
THROUGH DEC 30 – Head to the Christmas Festival of Lights to saunter through light displays while listening to carolers, choirs, watching puppet shows and interacting with a puppet show.

IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE
THROUGH DEC 30 – This classic story is a holiday staple, watch it come to life as a 1940’s live radio broadcast.

CHRISTMAS NEIGHBORHOOD
THROUGH DEC 31 – Bundle up and drive or walk through the Lights on Peacock Lane open to see homes covered in lights and boasting the holiday spirit.

CHRISTMAS AT THE PITTOCK MANSION
THROUGH DEC 31 – Stroll through the Pittock Mansion with decorated rooms from professional designers and a rich touch of history woven into the home built in 1909.

CHRISTMAS LIGHT TRAIL
THROUGH DEC 31 – Walk down a lighted path of festive trees through the Maddax Woods to the Willamette waterline in a tradition 15 years in the making.

CHRISTMAS FANTASY TRAIL
THROUGH DEC 29 – Enjoy a lighted Christmas Fantasy trail and a bonfire at Wenzel Family Farm.

DISCOVER KING TUT
THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

 

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

 

DECEMBER GALA
FRI – Enjoy a dinner with presenters and learn about Vancouver’s rich history and evolutions from Fort Vancouver and Vancouver Barracks, all the way back to 1840.

WINE & PAINT SATURDAY
SAT – Enjoy wine and great conversation while you choose a holiday theme or other image. Beverages and snacks are included while you paint the night away.

THE NUTCRACKER
THROUGH DEC 24 – Columbia Dance brings a joyous production with a cast of over 90 local dancers to embark on this magical tale.

LANTERN TOUR
ONGOING – Take in an evening at Fort Vancouver with a guided lantern tour. Led by a Park Ranger, head through the Counting House, Fur Store, Chief Factor’s Home and the Bake House, as you learn aspects of each working area.

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES
THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Aquaman
  • Bumblebee
  • Mary Poppins Returns (2018)
  • They Shall Not Grow Old
  • Second Act
  • Welcome to Marwen
  • Cold War
  • Zero
  • American Renegades
  • Bird Box
  • Fourth Quarter

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner December 14-16, 2018

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
DECEMBER 14-16, 2018

HOLIDAY CIRQUE SHOW

FRI – Watch a circus act with laughter, acrobatics, dancing, juggling, live music and more!

 

CHRISTMAS TRAIN RIDES

ONGOING – Ride along the Columbia River as you enjoy cocoa, Christmas cookies, and a visit from Santa and his elves through December 27th. Hop aboard the Holiday Express at Oaks Park and wind around the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge through December 16th.

 

CHRISTMAS SHOW

THROUGH DEC 22 – Celebrate the winter solstice and enjoy Christmas in a family-oriented show with song and dance at Newmark Theatre.

 

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS

ONGOING – Catch a Winterhawks game this season!

 

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

ONGOING – Enjoy at night at the Moda Center and watch the Portland Trail Blazers.

 

CHRISTMAS SHIPS PARTY

SAT – Head to Milwaukie’s annual Winter Solstice celebration to view Christmas Ships. Keep warm at the bonfire and enjoy warm food and tasty treats.

 

DINNER SHOW

THROUGH DEC 19 – Watch a Tony Starlight Las Vegas style show with music, comedy, and a dinner.

 

DRIVE-THROUGH LIGHT SHOW

THROUGH DEC 26 – The largest light show in the Northwest, Winter Wonderland is home to over 250 colorful displays at the Portland International Raceway.

 

LIGHTS AT THE GROTTO

THROUGH DEC 30 – Head to the Christmas Festival of Lights to saunter through light displays while listening to carolers, choirs, watching puppet shows and interacting with a puppet show.

 

CHRISTMAS NEIGHBORHOOD

THROUGH DEC 31 – Bundle up and drive or walk through the Lights on Peacock Lane open to see homes covered in lights and boasting the holiday spirit.

 

CHRISTMAS AT THE PITTOCK MANSION

THROUGH DEC 31 – Stroll through the Pittock Mansion with decorated rooms from professional designers and a rich touch of history woven into the home built in 1909.

 

CHRISTMAS LIGHT TRAIL

THROUGH DEC 31 – Walk down a lighted path of festive trees through the Maddax Woods to the Willamette waterline in a tradition 15 years in the making.

 

DISCOVER KING TUT

THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

 

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

MAGENTA IMPROV

FRI-SAT – Head to Magenta Theatre for a hilarious holiday Improv Show.

 

SECOND FRIDAY GAME NIGHT

FRI – Join the community for game night at City Bible with 30+ new and vintage board games, for friends 12yrs and up!

 

UGLY SWEATER PUB CRAWL

FRI-SUN – Join uptown village for the 3rdAnnual Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl, grab your holiday cheer and join in on the fun!

 

STEM EDUCATION & AVIATION

SAT – Bring the kids for an opportunity to learn about STEM education and enjoy a hands on experience.

 

LANTERN TOUR

ONGOING – Take in an evening at Fort Vancouver with a guided lantern tour. Led by a Park Ranger, head through the Counting House, Fur Store, Chief Factor’s Home and the Bake House, as you learn aspects of each working area.

 

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES
THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

 

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Mortal Engines
  • The Mule
  • Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
  • The Favourite
  • Once Upon A Deadpool
  • Capernaum
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • The Wedding (2018)
  • Maine
  • Antidote (2018)
  • Backtrace
  • Beyond White Space
  • Martyr

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner December 7-9, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
DECEMBER 7-9, 2018

HOLIDAY HOME TOUR
FRIDAY – Head to the Holiday Home Tour and Boutique, hop on the trolley and visit six classic homes.

CHRISTMAS TRAIN RIDES
ONGOING – Ride along the Columbia River as you enjoy cocoa, Christmas cookies, and a visit from Santa and his elves through December 27th. Hop aboard the Holiday Express at Oaks Park and wind around the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge through December 16th.

GOSPEL CHRISTMAS
THROUGH SUN – Get your tickets to the Northwest Community Gospel Chorus performs with the Oregon Symphony celebrating the true spirit of the season. The First United Methodist Church performs traditional carols with guest choirs during the Glory of Christmas.

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS
ONGOING – Catch a Winterhawks game this season!

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
ONGOING – Enjoy at night at the Moda Center and watch the Portland Trail Blazers.

TUBA CHRISTMAS CONCERT
THROUGH SAT – Listen to over 250 tubas play in unison at Pioneer Courthouse Square at the Tuba Christmas Concert.

HANDEL’S MESSIAH
THROUGH DEC 10 – The Portland Baroque Orchestra and Cappella Romana join together for a performance of Handel’s Messiah at First Baptist Church.

CHRISTMAS RADIO SHOW
THROUGH DEC 15 – 1943 Christmas from Home is a live radio show recreated from WWII with sketches, singers, a band, vintage ads and more at the Alpenrose Dairy Opera House.

DINNER SHOW
THROUGH DEC 19 – Watch a Tony Starlight Las Vegas style show with music, comedy, and a dinner.

DRIVE-THROUGH LIGHT SHOW
THROUGH DEC 26 – The largest light show in the Northwest, Winter Wonderland is home to over 250 colorful displays at the Portland International Raceway.

LIGHTS AT THE GROTTO
THROUGH DEC 30 – Head to the Christmas Festival of Lights to saunter through light displays while listening to carolers, choirs, watching puppet shows and interacting with a puppet show.

CHRISTMAS AT THE PITTOCK MANSION
THROUGH DEC 31 – Stroll through the Pittock Mansion with decorated rooms from professional designers and a rich touch of history woven into the home built in 1909.

CHRISTMAS LIGHT TRAIL
THROUGH DEC 31 – Walk down a lighted path of festive trees through the Maddax Woods to the Willamette waterline in a tradition 15 years in the making.

DISCOVER KING TUT
THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

CHRISTMAS AT THE PARK
FRI-SUN – Get your pictures with Santa, enjoy hot drinks, a giving tree, and lots of crafts for the kids. This year, they’ll be giving away 300 Christmas trees.

VANCOUVER NIGHT MARKET
FRI – Join in on the creativity and inspiration brought to you by the Night Market in Vancouver.

FIRST FRIDAY
FRI-SUN – View artwork from local artists and enjoy dinner at a participating restaurant during Vancouver’s First Friday Celebration!

SANTACON
FRI-SUN – Hit the streets of Vancouver with other Santa look-alikes after sharing a holiday dinner.

LANTERN TOUR
ONGOING – Take in an evening at Fort Vancouver with a guided lantern tour. Led by a Park Ranger, head through the Counting House, Fur Store, Chief Factor’s Home and the Bake House, as you learn aspects of each working area.

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES
THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Ben is Back
  • Divide and Conquer
  • Great Great Great
  • Mary Queen of Scots
  • Swimming With Men
  • Tyrel
  • Clara’s Ghost
  • Asher
  • Back Roads
  • Bitter Melon
  • Elephants
  • Hospitality
  • The Appearance

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: November 30 – December 2, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
NOVEMBER 30 – DECEMBER 2, 2018
 

HOOD RIVER TRAIN RIDE
THROUGH DEC 27 – Ride along the Columbia River as you enjoy cocoa, Christmas cookies, and a visit from Santa and his elves!

BEATLES CIRCUS SPECTACULAR
THROUGH DEC 8 – The Nowhere Band plays hits from the classic Beatles album at the White Album Xmas show while aerialists and acrobats of the Portland Circus perform.

CHRISTMAS RADIO SHOW
FRI-SUN – 1943 Christmas from Home is a live radio show recreated from WWII with sketches, singers, a band, vintage ads and more at the Alpenrose Dairy Opera House.

AMERICA’S LARGEST CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
THROUGH DEC 2 – Over 400 booths of handcrafted art and more than 500 commercial booths featuring commercial products to give as holiday gifts.

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS
ONGOING – Catch a Winterhawks game this season!

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
ONGOING – Enjoy at night at the Moda Center and watch the Portland Trail Blazers.

PAWS WITH SANTA CLAUS
THROUGH SUN – Don’t let your four-legged family members miss out on photos with Santa! Reserve your photo session today for animal time slots at the Washington Square Mall.

DINNER SHOW
THROUGH DEC 19 – Watch a Tony Starlight Las Vegas style show with music, comedy, and a dinner.

DRIVE-THROUGH LIGHT SHOW
THROUGH DEC 26 – The largest light show in the Northwest, Winter Wonderland is home to over 250 colorful displays at the Portland International Raceway.

LIGHTS AT THE GROTTO
THROUGH DEC 30 – Head to the Christmas Festival of Lights to saunter through light displays while listening to carolers, choirs, watching puppet shows and interacting with a puppet show.

CHRISTMAS AT THE PITTOCK MANSION
THROUGH DEC 31 – Stroll through the Pittock Mansion with decorated rooms from professional designers and a rich touch of history woven into the home built in 1909.

CHRISTMAS LIGHT TRAIL
THROUGH DEC 31 – Walk down a lighted path of festive trees through the Maddax Woods to the Willamette waterline in a tradition 15 years in the making.

DISCOVER KING TUT
THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

THE NUTCRACKER
FRI-SUN – Watch the production of the Nutcracker by the Vancouver Dance Theatre. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in the silent auction during all performances, proceeds will go to the Vancouver Dance Theatre.

REINDEER BLOCK PARTY
SUN – Head to Uptown Village for the Reindeer Block Party of the year with local vendors, live music, photos with Santa, and a chance to see his famous reindeer!

FIRST FRIDAY
FRI-SUN – View artwork from local artists and enjoy dinner at a participating restaurant during Vancouver’s First Friday Celebration!

LANTERN TOUR
ONGOING – Take in an evening at Fort Vancouver with a guided lantern tour. Led by a Park Ranger, head through the Counting House, Fur Store, Chief Factor’s Home and the Bake House, as you learn aspects of each working area.

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES
THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • The Possession of Hannah Grace
  • Anna and the Apocalypse
  • Head Full of Honey
  • Sicilian Ghost Story
  • Unstoppable
  • Never Look Away
  • People’s Republic of Desire
  • Ghostbox Cowboy
  • Bathtubs Over Broadway
  • Pendular
  • No Shade

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner November 23-25, 2018

 

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
NOVEMBER 23-25, 2018

CHRISTMAS AT THE PITTOCK MANSION
THROUGH DEC 31 – Stroll through the Pittock Mansion with decorated rooms from professional designers and a rich touch of history woven into the home built in 1909. 

DINNER SHOW
THROUGH DEC 19 – Watch a Tony Starlight Las Vegas style show with music, comedy, and a dinner.

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING
FRI – Pioneer Square hosts the Tree Lighting Ceremony in Portland, or head to Lake Oswego for the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting.

MUSIC OF NAT KING COLE
FRI-SUN – Head to an Unforgettable Nat King Cole Christmas with storytelling and live music by Evan Tyrone Martin.

HOOD RIVER TRAIN RIDE
THROUGH DEC 27 – Ride along the Columbia River as you enjoy cocoa, Christmas cookies, and a visit from Santa and his elves!

CHRISTMAS LIGHT TRAIL
THROUGH DEC 31 – Walk down a lighted path of festive trees through the Maddax Woods to the Willamette waterline in a tradition 15 years in the making.

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS
ONGOING – Catch a Winterhawks game this season!

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
ONGOING – Enjoy at night at the Moda Center and watch the Portland Trail Blazers.

DISCOVER KING TUT
THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

LAKE OSWEGO HOLIDAY MARKETPLACE
THROUGH NOV 29 – The 510 Museum and ARTspace invite you to shop holiday gifts from art, ceramics, jewelry and handmade items.

HOLIDAY CONCERT
THROUGH DEC 2 – Watch Christmas magic be spread with cheer through the 300-voice Christmas Tree choir and former 2002 Miss America, Katie Harman.

DISNEY CONCERT
SAT-SUN – The Oregon Symphony performs music from movie scores (Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Aladdin, The Lion King and more at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.

PAWS WITH SANTA CLAUS
THROUGH DEC 2 – Don’t let your four-legged family members miss out on photos with Santa! Reserve your photo session today for animal time slots at the Washington Square Mall.

DRIVE-THROUGH LIGHT SHOW
THROUGH DEC 26 – The largest light show in the Northwest, Winter Wonderland is home to over 250 colorful displays at the Portland International Raceway.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING
FRI Community Tree lighting in Esther Short Park, Vancouver. Afterwards, stop by Divine Consign to see 12 decorated trees on display through Dec 15th.

BLACK FRIDAY MAKE & TAKE
FRI – Play with make and take gift items and repurposed goods to create something truly incredible.

HOLIDAY MARKET
FRI-SUN – The Vancouver Farmers Market and the Holiday Market will help you get a jump-start on all things gifts.

LANTERN TOUR
ONGOING – Take in an evening at Fort Vancouver with a guided lantern tour. Led by a Park Ranger, head through the Counting House, Fur Store, Chief Factor’s Home and the Bake House, as you learn aspects of each working area.

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES
THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Welcome to Marwen
  • Creed 2
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet
  • Robin Hood
  • Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle
  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
  • Instant Family
  • Widows
  • Green Book

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner November 16-18, 2018

 

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
NOVEMBER 16-18, 2018

ARTISANS SHOW & SALE
FRI-SUN – Find the perfect gifts this holiday season while supporting local shops and handiwork at the 39th Annual Heart of the Country Show & Sale.

OLIVE OIL FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Enjoy appetizers, and match wine with extra virgin olive oil at the Olio Nuovo Festival.

DINNER SHOW
THROUGH DEC 19 – Watch a Tony Starlight Las Vegas style show with music, comedy, and a dinner.

STEAMPUNK FILMS
SAT – The 8th Annual Steampunk Film Festival incorporates neo-Victorian and retro cinema.

WILD ARTS FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Browse from over 70 artists and 30 authors inspired by nature and a silent auction. This event benefits the Audubon Society.

HOOD RIVER TRAIN RIDE
THROUGH DEC 27 – Ride along the Columbia River as you enjoy cocoa, Christmas cookies, and a visit from Santa and his elves!

CHRISTMAS LIGHT TRAIL
THROUGH DEC 31 – Walk down a lighted path of festive trees through the Maddax Woods to the Willamette waterline in a tradition 15 years in the making.

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS
ONGOING – Catch a Winterhawks game this season!

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
ONGOING – Enjoy at night at the Moda Center and watch the Portland Trail Blazers.

DISCOVER KING TUT
THROUGH JAN 27 – Take on a once in a lifetime experience viewing the treasures and tomb of famous King Tut at OMSI.

LAKE OSWEGO HOLIDAY MARKETPLACE
THROUGH NOV 29 – The 510 Museum and ARTspace invite you to shop holiday gifts from art, ceramics, jewelry and handmade items.

CELEBRITY BOOK SIGNING
FRI – Head to Powell’s Books at Cedar Hills Crossing to listen to popular actress Sally Field read from her Memoir, In Pieces.

FRIENDSGIVING DINNER
SUN – JoLa Café in Southwest Portland hosts an eight-course Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixin’s. Seasonal cocktails and wine pairings are available as well.

ELLA ENCHANTED
SUN – Newmark Theatre presents the beloved story of Ella Enchanted, an unordinary girl cursed to obey every command. Follow her on her journey to remove the curse forever.

PAWS WITH SANTA CLAUS
SUN-DEC 2 – Don’t let your four-legged family members miss out on photos with Santa! Reserve your photo session today for animal time slots at the Washington Square Mall.

 

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

WINTER MARKET
FRI-SAT – Head to the Hello Winter Market with over 30 unique vendors, home décor and furniture, apparel, jewelry and great snacks.

LANTERN TOUR
ONGOING – Take in an evening at Fort Vancouver with a guided lantern tour. Led by a Park Ranger, head through the Counting House, Fur Store, Chief Factor’s Home and the Bake House, as you learn aspects of each working area.

AUTUMN TEA AT THE FARM
THROUGH SAT – The Pomeroy Living History Farm in Yacolt hosts a festive luncheon with three types of sandwiches, soup, four desserts, scones and tea.

HARVEST MARKET
SAT – Downtown Vancouver hosts the Harvest Farmers Market, get fresh produce and artisan gifts for your thanksgiving festivities.

WILD THINGS: THE POWER OF NATURE IN OUR LIVES
THROUGH SEPT 2019 – The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver present the exhibition Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. Dives into life stories of local plants and animals and how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Bandstand: Broadway
  • Burn The Stage: The Movie
  • Jinn
  • 12 Round Gun
  • At Eternity’s Gate
  • Bali: Beats of Paradise
  • Dead in a Week
  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
  • Instant Family
  • Johnathan
  • Speed Kills
  • Team Khan
  • Welcome Home
  • Windows

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