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

Click here for movie times and theaters.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Events Planner November 9-11, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
NOVEMBER 9-11, 2018

WINE WEEKEND IN THE GORGE
FRI-SUN – Join in celebration of the end of harvest season with and raise a glass with local wineries, enjoy hors d’oeuvres, and a commemorative wine glass.

HOLIDAY GIFT SHOW
THROUGH SUN – Browse from over 300 exhibitors selling everything from clothing, toys, food, and more at the Oregon Convention Center.

SCIENCE-FICTION CONVENTION
FRI-SUN – Have the chance to meet authors from all things Sci-fi and fantasy as you attend panels and workshops at OryCon.

SEASIDE WINE TASTING
SAT – Tickets to Seaside Downtown Fall Wine Walk gives you access to taste from 20 participating wineries while strolling through downtown Seaside.

VETERANS PARADE
THROUGH NOV 12Fort Vancouver hosts Veteran’s Day Parade and Portland hosts theirs on Monday. Checkout their websites for more information.

PORTLAND BOOK FESTIVAL
SAT – Head to Wordstock with incredible authors and events. Don’t miss author appearances and celebrities like Tom Hanks and Abbi Jacobson.

THE SHAPE OF THINGS
THROUGH NOV 17 – Headwaters Theatre presents Neil LaBute’s dark romantic comedy about four young students living in a small Midwestern college town.

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 CRAFT BAZAAR
SAT – Shop handmade gifts for pets and people, join the silent auction and enter to win raffle prizes. Proceeds benefit the House of Dreams and their mission to provide care and shelter to homeless cats.

OPEN MIC COMEDY
SUN – Watch an early open mic show every Sunday at Kelly’s Olympian.

OMSI AFTER DARK
FRI – Head to OMSI for a night out without the kids. This theme is Corklandia, taste local wines and cuisine.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

DAY OF THE DEAD
SUN – Celebrate Dia de los Muertos at the Vancouver Community Library with traditional dancing and more!

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.

VANCOUVER GAME NIGHT
FRI – Join game night hosted every 2nd Friday of each month. Bring a friend and enjoy pizza, snacks and drinks!

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

  • Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch
  • Overlord
  • The Girl in the Spider’s Web
  • Here and Now
  • Beautiful Boy
  • El Angel
  • Thugs of Hindostan
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me?
  • The Price of Everything
  • A Fistful of Dollars

Click here for movie times and theaters.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com

 


Portland Metro Weekend Planner: November 2-4, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
NOVEMBER 2-4, 2018

WINTER SPORTS SALE
THROUGH SUN – Get ready to shred this season with one of the biggest Ski and Snowboard sales of the year at the Portland Expo Center.

LAKE OSWEGO HOLIDAY MARKETPLACE
THROUGH NOV 29 – The 510 Museum and ARTspace host the Holiday Marketplace with local artists, wood, ceramics, jewelry, and handmade gifts.

NITEMARE B4 XMAS
THROUGH NOV 4 – The troupe Saloon Ensemble performs in celebration of Day of the Dead, with sing-alongs, costume contest, and more!

YOUNG FILMMAKERS FESTIVAL
SAT – Short films playing by local Pacific Northwest teens at the Portland Art Museum.

WINES OF FRANCE
SAT – Head to the Taste of France in Lake Oswego to listen to music, enjoy small bites and sample some of Frances’ most prestigious wines.

SAUSAGE & SAUERKRAUT
SAT – Indulge in locally made sausage at the 84th Annual Verboort Sausage dinner.

GLUTEN FREE EXPO
SAT-SUN – Head to the Gluten-Free and Food Allergy Festival to taste new and local products. Dairy and nut free options will also be showcased.

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.

DAY OF THE DEAD FESTIVAL
FRI – Celebrate Dia de Muertos, enjoy tamales, arts and crafts, live performances and learning cultural traditions.

PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE AWARDS
FRI – Join the annual celebration for Portland community design with live funk and soul music.

PINTS FOR PREEMIES
FRI – Support the Northwest Mothers Milk Bank and Evie’s Fund to help infants with medical needs. This fundraiser offers brews, cornhole tournament, silent auction, delicious food, and more!

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

LARGEST GARAGE & VINTAGE SALE
SAT – Head to the NW’s Largest Garage and Vintage Sale in Ridgefield. Shop hundreds of sales in one location!

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.

VANCOUVER NIGHT MARKET
FRI – Shop local at the Vancouver Night Market. View locally crafted art and enjoy food.

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

  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • The Nutcracker and the Four
  • Nobody’s Fool
  • Beautiful Boy
  • Boy Erased
  • In Harm’s Way
  • A Private War
  • In Search of Greatness
  • Maria by Callas
  • Bodied
  • Rampant
  • Searching For Ingmar Bergman

Click here for movie times and theaters.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES

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

www.events12.com/portland

 

 

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Planner: October 26-28, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
OCTOBER 26-28, 2018

FRIGHT NIGHT
FRI-SUN – Watch a Halloween Circus, goblins swing from up high, dancing skeletons and live music by Fever at the Alberta Rose Theatre.

ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLES SHOW
THROUGH SUN – Head to America’s largest Antique and Collectible show with historic and vintage items. Bring your items in for appraisal by professionals.

HALLOWEEN TRAIL
THROUGH OCT 30 – Walk through this family friendly Halloween castle with a tunnel, bridge and a maze at the Wenzel family farm.

HOWLOWEEN AT THE ZOO
THROUGH SUN – Bring the kids for the fun scavenger hunt, prizes and more at the Oregon Zoo.

RUN FOR BEER
THROUGH NOV 3 – Fun running series along park trails with live entertainment and a celebratory drink at the Oregon Brewery Running Series.

THE 13TH DOOR
THROUGH NOV 3 – Creep through the oldest Halloween attraction in Portland as actors and creepy creatures haunt guests.

FEARLANDIA
THROUGH OCT 31 – View two attractions at Tigard’s haunted house! Sunday offers “not so scary” tours.

NOT SO SCARY HALLOWEEN
THROUGH OCT 31 – Bring the kids to the Portland Children’s Museum for crafts and entertainment! Dress up for a costume contest and dance to 80s hits while enjoying treats without tricks.

KILLER PUMPKIN FESTIVAL
SAT – Rogue Ales & Spirits celebrates the Annual Gourd Celebration fundraiser for Camp Ukandu, an organization bringing hope and joy to children with Cancer. The event offers pumpkin picking, smashing, bowling, pumpkin beer and more!

80s VIDEO DANCE
FRI – Halloween party featuring the best of the 80s at the Crystal Ballroom. Dress in your scary best for the costume contest and prizes.

BOLLYWOOD HALLOWEEN
SAT – Two Bollywood costume parties, one features a Horror party and the other a Thriller party, both with a live DJ.

FRENCH CLASSICAL MUSIC
FRI-SAT – The Portland Baroque Orchestra playing the flute, cello, gamba and harpsichord in Telemann in Paris, a French Classical concert.

USED BOOK SALE
FRI – The Fall Used Book Sale hosts over a thousand books and videos for purchase. You can also purchase sheet music, comics, and maps.

HAUNTED HOUSES
THROUGH OCT 31 – Don’t miss haunted houses all over the city! Stop by the Fear Asylum in Milwaukie, Milburn’s Haunted Manor in Hubbard, and the House of Shadows in Gresham.

DREAMGIRLS
THROUGH SUN – Watch the beloved Motown musical Dreamgirls, a rags to riches story with phenomenal music.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

NIGHTMARES ON ELK ST.
THROUGH SUN – Only the brave are welcome to visit a haunted attraction hosted by the Vancouver Elks.

MASQUERADE GALA
SAT Dark times Gala features a masquerade with spooky theatrical performances.

CEDAR CREEK MILL APPLE CIDER PRESSING
SAT – Step back through time while listening to a live bluegrass jam as 10,000lbs of apples get pressed into cider.

COUNTY SCAREGROUNDS
THROUGH NOV 3 – Clark County Scaregrounds holds three haunted houses, carnival rides, and more on the 170-acre campus in Ridgefield.

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.

VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
THROUGH SUN – The Downtown Market is home to over 250 vendors with fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden.

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

  • Burning
  • Border
  • Don’t Go
  • Hunter Killer
  • Indivisible
  • Johnny English: Strikes Again
  • London Fields
  • Mid 90s
  • Killer Kate
  • Solice
  • Silencio
  • The School
  • Viper Club

 

Click here for movie times and theaters.

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Planner: October 19-21, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
OCTOBER 19-21, 2018

APPLE TASTING
THROUGH SUN – Taste from a variety of over 60 kinds of pears and apples. Learn how to make cider, listen to live music, and enjoy the kids area at the Portland Nursery.

DANCE FILM FEST
THROUGH SUN – Head to the opening night celebration of dance, take how-to classes, and watch a panel discussion.

PORTLAND VEGETARIAN FEST
SAT-SUN Veg Fest is Oregon’s premier plant-based food and lifestyle event. Learn about plant-based living, enjoy free samples, learn from fitness experts, chef demos and more!

HALLOWEEN TRAIL
THROUGH OCT 30 – Walk through this family friendly Halloween castle with a tunnel, bridge and a maze at the Wenzel family farm.

FRUIT SHOW
SAT-SUN – Taste test hundreds of varieties of your favorite fruits at the All About Fruit Show.

HOWLOWEEN AT THE ZOO
THROUGH OCT 28 – Bring the kids for the fun scavenger hunt, prizes and more at the Oregon Zoo.

RUN FOR BEER
THROUGH NOV 3 – Fun run along park trails with live entertainment and a celebratory drink at the Oregon Brewery Running Series.

THE 13TH DOOR
THROUGH NOV 3 – Creep through the oldest Halloween attraction in Portland as actors and creepy creatures haunt guests.

FEARLANDIA
THROUGH OCT 31 – View two attractions at Tigard’s haunted house! Sunday offers “not so scary tours.

LOST TREASURES COLLECTION SERIES
FRI-SUN – The Lost Treasures Collection, a series of rarely performed musical theatre productions, opens its ninth season at Lakewood Theatre Company with its production, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, in three performances: Friday, October 19 at 7:00 PM and Saturday, October at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM. On A Clear Day… is a musical from 1965 with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (Brigadoon, My Fair Lady) and music by Burton Lane (Finian’s Rainbow). This staged reading production is directed by NW acclaimed director Ron Daum and performed with stars of the local stage including, Alan Anderson and Corey Brunish. Light food fare, beer, wine and other beverages are available for purchase before and during the show.

PUMPKIN REGATTA FESTIVAL
SAT – Cheer on floating oversized pumpkins at the West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta. Dress up for the costume contest, pumpkin race, carving and more!

PORTLAND OPEN STUDIOS
THROUGH OCT 21 – Tour work from 100 Portland artists while learning about techniques and use of space.

HAUNTED HOUSES
THROUGH OCT 31 – Don’t miss haunted houses all over the city! Stop by the Fear Asylum in Milwaukie, Milburn’s Haunted Manor in Hubbard, and the House of Shadows in Gresham.

DREAMGIRLS
THROUGH OCT 28 – Watch the beloved Motown musical Dreamgirls, a rags to riches story with phenomenal music.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

NIGHTMARES ON ELK ST.
THROUGH OCT 28 – Only the brave are welcome to visit a haunted attraction hosted by the Vancouver Elks.

COUNTY SCAREGROUNDS
THROUGH NOV 3 – Clark County Scaregrounds holds three haunted houses, carnival rides, and more on the 170-acre campus in Ridgefield.  

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.

ZOMBIE BREWFEST
FRI – Taste Doomsday Brews dressed as a zombie! Win prizes from the costume contest, enjoy live music, and visit with Rojo the llama.

VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
THROUGH OCT 28 – The Downtown Market is home to over 250 vendors with fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden.

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 Advocates
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me?
  • The Guilty
  • Change in the Air
  • Galveston
  • Halloween
  • High Voltage
  • Nigerian Prince
  • Viral Beauty
  • What They Had
  • Wildlife
  • Apollo 13

Click here for movie times and theaters.

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Planner: October 12-14, 2018

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
OCTOBER 12-14, 2018

HOOD RIVER HARVEST FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Try your hand at harvest crafts, bring the kids to the play area, or enjoy food paired with a cider and wine tasting.

CIRCA
THROUGH SAT – Watch a theatrical story described through the mediums of ballet and acrobatics.

HALLOWEEN TRAIL
THROUGH OCT 30 – Walk through this family friendly Halloween castle with a tunnel, bridge and a maze at the Wenzel family farm.

GREEN BUILDING SLAM
FRI – The Green Building Slam hosts builders of 10 innovative projects and a networking meeting.

GEM & MINERAL SHOW
THROUGH SUN – View rocks, minerals, fossils, jewelry and more at the Portland Regional Gem & Mineral show.

TEDx
SAT – Listen to 12 speakers discuss topics regarding decomposers, at Mt. Hood Roosevelt Theater.

THE 13TH DOOR
THROUGH NOV 3 – Creep through the oldest Halloween attraction in Portland as actors and creepy creatures haunt guests.

SALMON WEEKEND
SAT-SUN – Celebrate the Salmon Homecoming at Oxbow Regional Park, where salmon swim upstream to their birthplace for their final days.

BEER & CIDER BENEFIT
SUN – Sample specialty brews competing from local home brewers and professionals at this benefit for Oregon Wild, protecting our forests.

TANGO FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 15 Dance the night away with live music, classes, dancing and a fantastic Sunday dinner.

APPLE TASTING
THROUGH OCT 21 – Taste from a variety of over 60 kinds of pears and apples. Learn how to make cider, listen to live music and enjoy the kids area at the Portland Nursery.

PORTLAND OPEN STUDIOS
THROUGH OCT 21 – Tour work from 100 Portland artists while learning about techniques and use of space.

HAUNTED HOUSES
THROUGH OCT 31 – Don’t miss haunted houses all over the city! Stop by the Fear Asylum in Milwaukie, Milburn’s Haunted Manor in Hubbard, and the House of Shadows in Gresham.

 

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

 

JURASSIC QUEST
FRI-SUN – Experience the largest exhibit of mobile and lifelike dinosaurs in the U.S. Pet the walking dinosaurs, play with baby dinos, uncover fossils, or hop on a ride.

COUNTY SCAREGROUNDS
THROUGH NOV 3 – Clark County Scaregrounds holds three haunted houses, carnival rides, and more on the 170-acre campus in Ridgefield.  

CHILI COOK-OFF
SAT – Taste the best chili from English Estate Winery’s 9th Annual Chili Cook-Off, while enjoying live bluegrass and folk music.

CHELATCHIE PRAIRIE RAILROAD
SAT – Enjoy the view of fall leaves while eating a train dinner with music, appetizers and wine tasting.

VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
THROUGH OCT 28 – The Downtown Market is home to over 250 vendors with fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden.

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

  • All Square
  • Bad Times at the El Royale
  • Beautiful Boy
  • Better Start Running
  • First Man
  • Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
  • Gosenell
  • Holy Camp!
  • Look Away
  • Son of Manjeet Singh
  • The Oath
  • Sunday’s Illness

Click here for movie times and theaters.

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Planner October 5-7, 2018

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
October 5-7, 2018

HOME SHOW
THROUGH SUN – Head to the Portland Fall Home Show at the Portland Expo Center with home-improvement vendors, watch workshops and meet local vendors and decorators.

HALLOWEEN TRAIL
THROUGH OCT 30 – Walk through this family friendly Halloween castle with a tunnel, bridge and a maze at the Wenzel family farm.

FASHION SHOW
THROUGH OCT 6 – Join FashionNXT for their debut of spring & summer collection, stick around for the after party!

GREEK FESTIVAL
THROUGH SUN – Enjoy Greek food and beverages while listening to live music and watching traditional dance at the Portland Greek Festival.

PORTLAND TATTOO EXPO
FRI-SUN – Browse the latest in tattoo designs from the best artists around. Artists will be tattooing on this day as well, must be 18 or older.

GERMAN FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 9 – Zeitgeist Northwest hosts the 9th Annual Portland German Film Festival with thought-provoking films streamed in German with English subtitles.

THE 13TH DOOR
THROUGH NOV 3 – Creep through the oldest Halloween attraction in Portland as actors and creepy creatures haunt guests.

COUNTY SCAREGROUNDS
THROUGH OCT 28 – Clark County Scaregrounds holds three haunted houses, carnival rides, and more on the 170-acre campus in Ridgefield.  

BIGFOOT FESTIVAL
SAT – Head to Logtoberfest for live country music, food and beverage vendors and bone-rattling stories of Sasquatch sightings.

KITE FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Lincoln City hosts the biggest Kite Festival in the West with kids activities, kite-making workshops a parade, and more!

WEIRD FILM FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN Film screenings of strange horror and weird tales with panel discussions, art, author meetings and more!

MINIATURE & DOLLHOUSE SHOW
SAT-SUN – Talk to local collectors, miniature masterpiece artists and workshops at the Monarch Hotel in Clackamas.

HAUNTED HOUSES
THROUGH OCT 31 – Don’t miss haunted houses all over the city! Stop by the Fear Asylum in Milwaukie, Milburn’s Haunted Manor in Hubbard, and the House of Shadows in Gresham.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

FIRST FRIDAY
FRI – Enjoy a night out on the town with live music, stroll through participating art galleries and enjoy local cuisine.

OLD APPLE TREE FESTIVAL
SAT – Head to the celebration of the oldest Apple Tree in the West, planted 192 years ago at Fort Vancouver. Watch workshops, engage in hands-on arts and crafts, or bring your own apples and try a turn at the free apple pressing.

SOLE SUPPORT FOR PARKINSON’S WALK
SAT –  Walk along the river with friends and family to support and raise awareness for those with Parkinson’s disease.  This walk benefits Parkinson’s Resources, a local nonprofit offering medical care and wellness for families facing this disease in the Northwest.

VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
THROUGH OCT 28 – Home to over 250 vendors with fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden.

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

  • A Crooked Somebody
  • Crash
  • A Star is Born
  • Afsar
  • Heavy Trip
  • Hello Mrs. Money
  • Ride
  • Shine
  • Venom
  • The Church
  • Viking Destiny

Click here for movie times and theaters.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Planner: September 28-30, 2018

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
SEPTEMBER 21-23, 2018

TINY HOUSE FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Head to Eugene to meet builders and get fresh inspiration for tiny houses and vehicle conversions. Learn from presentations and workshops offered as well.

PIPPIN THE MUSICAL
THROUGH OCT 14 – Young man questions his life choices that lead to happiness in this heartwarming musical.

SWING DANCING
THROUGH SUNBridgeTown Swing offers lessons, workshops and competitions in the art of dance.

FRESH HOPS FEST
FRI-SUN – Head to Oaks Park and enjoy fresh local hoppy drinks for adults and root beer for the kids on Saturday.

THE 13th DOOR
THROUGH NOV 3 – Creep through the oldest Halloween attraction in Portland as actors and creepy creatures haunt guests.

DOWNTOWN OKTOBERFEST
SAT – Head to the Widmer Oktoberfest for German food and drinks, ales that will transport you to Munich and more!

SAVE THE CHEETAHS PARTY
SUN – Join the fundraiser for Big Cats with this big dinner party with both a silent and live auction.

EXOTIC FOOD AT TIMBERLINE
SUN – Try exotic foods from competing cooks as you taste elk, pheasant, rabbit and water buffalo.

PLATES FOR PARKINSON’S
FRI – Enjoy an evening of fine cuisine to benefit the Brian Grant Foundation in support of people with Parkinson’s living inspired lives.

JUGGLING FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Reed College offers shows, workshops and vendors for all things involving juggling.

ROSE CITY ROLLERS
FRI – Watch the Rose City Rockets vs. Clark County’s Storm City roller derby at Oaks Park.

GROWN-UPS NIGHT OUT
SAT – The Portland Children’s museum hosts Grow-ups night out, break the rules and play at the Museum after hours!

TASTE OF STYLE
SAT – Head to the Juniper for the 4th annual celebration of fantasy hair, makeup, photography and fashion design at this Monopoly themed fashion charity show.

CREATIVITY CONFERENCE
FRI – Plug in and listen to creative keynote presentations and learn about influences and inspirations, as well as how to solve problems creatively.

HOLISTIC EXPO
SAT-SUN – View exhibits and watch presentations about healthy alternatives and listen to those with psychic abilities.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

TEA PARTY
SAT – Watch the illustration of Fort Vancouver history as volunteers are dressed in colonial clothing while you enjoy a tea party with refreshments and bites.

SYMPHONY GALA
SAT – Head to the social event of the summer with internationally-renowned violinist Mayuko Kamio and Susannah Mars as guest of honor in this event celebrating with live music and an artistic dining experience.

OKTOBERFEST
SAT – Alderbrook Park hosts this family-friendly event with German food, Weiner dog races, entertainment and more.

VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
THROUGH OCT 28 – Home to over 250 vendors with fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden.

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

  • All About Nina
  • At First Light
  • Cruise
  • Golden Job
  • Hell Fest
  • Little Women (2018)
  • Night School
  • Monsters and Men
  • Maggie Black
  • Maximum Impact
  • Small Foot
  • The Samuel Project

Click here for movie times and theaters.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Planner: September 21-23, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
SEPTEMBER 21-23, 2018

THE PUMPKIN PATCH
THROUGH NOV 1 – Sauvie Island is home to a pumpkin patch, featuring a large corn maze, hay rides, barn animals and a cow train! Bring the kids, open every day.

FREE ADMISSION DAY
SAT – Head to your favorite museum for free admission day. Check out the website to see which locations are participating.

HOOD RIVER HOPS FESTIVAL
SAT – Join this family-friendly event with over 40 breweries and more than 60 fresh-hop beers, with a plethora of food vendors, and live music.

OREGON FLOCK AND FIBER FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Head to the Canby fairgrounds to learn about natural fibers from animals to plants. Watch workshops, demonstrations and livestock shows.

THE COLOR PURPLE
THROUGH OCT 28 – Tune in to this Tony Award-winning musical about a child journeying through womanhood to find the power of life and love.

BLOODY MARY FESTIVAL
SUN – The Bloody Mary Festival of Portland has food samples and various Marys to choose from along with craft spirits and live music.

BAKE SALE FOR A CAUSE
SUN – Head to this bake sale event to support Baby Blues connection and Depressed Cake Shop Portland, raising awareness of mental illness.

A WINE COUNTRY BIKE
SUN – Ride through wine country and enjoy a finish line BBQ, the ride has an option for 25 or 100-miles.

WAITRESS
THROUGH SEPT 23 – Head to Keller Auditorium for the award-winning play about a waitress and expert pie maker and her dream to journey out of her small town and loveless marriage.

METRODEMIC TRIVIA HUNT
THROUGH OCT 28 – Downtown Portland is being infected by an epidemic that only you can stop! Play this timed outdoor game to save as many people as possible, only with your brawn, brains and smartphones.   

OREGON SYMPHONY OPENING NIGHT
SUN – Join Renee Fleming at the Arlene Schnitzer concert hall for the opening night as she performs favorites and acclaimed songs she has recorded for films The Shape of Water, Bel Canto and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE TOUR
THROUGH NOV 1 – View waterfalls and the fruit loop at Mt. Hood with this full day tour that drives along the route and makes several fascinating stops along the way.

URBAN SCAVENGER HUNT
ALL MONTH – Smart Phone clues lead you on a fun & engaging walking tour of the city. Start in the heart of downtown at Pioneer Courthouse Square and go on a journey through the Arts District, on a streetcar ride and through the famous food carts.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

PAINT YOUR PET
SUN – Paint your pet on included canvas and help the Humane Society for Southwest Washington, each ticket gives 10% of proceeds to the cause.

BEACH CLEANUP
SAT – Keep the playground clean and the beach at Frenchman’s Bar to keep our beautiful Columbia river clean, on the 4th Saturday of each month.

SW WASHINGTON ALS WALK
SAT – Walk with others to bring awareness to the fight against ALS and to provide hope.

SPIRIT TALES OF THE VANCOUVER BARRACKS
THROUGH OCT 27 – Service members, their families, and many others, walked its grounds, leaving behind many memories. Memories of loneliness, fear and tragedy, all part of the darker aspects of military life. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, you will be interested in these stories of the Vancouver Barracks’ past residents.

VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
THROUGH OCT 28 – Home to over 250 vendors with fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden.

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 House With A Clock In Its Walls
  • Fahrenheit 11/9
  • Life Itself
  • American Dresser
  • Colette
  • The Great Battle
  • Love, Glida
  • The Sisters Brothers
  • Tea With The Dames
  • The Pagan King
  • Assassination Nation
  • Qismat

Click here for movie times and theaters.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


Portland Metro Weekend Planner: September 14-16, 2018

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
SEPTEMBER 14-16, 2018

OMSI MAKER FAIR
SAT-SUN – Join engineers and artists alike as crafters show off their hobbies, experiments and projects for the “Greatest Show & Tell on Earth.”

EDGY ARTS FESTIVAL
THROUGH SUN – Experience the time based art festival, bringing artists and audiences together with music, live performances, screenings, visual art, workshops and more!

MT. ANGEL OKTOBERFEST
THROUGH SUN – Join in on the harvest celebration of German heritage, food and drink for this weekend of family fun.

FALL ROSE SHOW
SAT – Stop and smell the roses at the Portland Rose Society’s Fall Rose Show with America’s largest and longest-running show featuring roses.

THE COMEDY GET DOWN
FRI – Watch as four hilariously famous comedians take the stage at the Moda Center for a night of laughs and stand-up. Featuring Cedric The Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, George Lopez and D.L. Hughley.

HISTORY NIGHT
SAT – The Willamette Living History Tour takes you back to the year 1908. The whole town transforms into an early 1900’s replica with historical reenactment.

CIDER SQUEEZE
FRI-SUN – Head to Eagle Creek and travel back in time. Learn how cider is pressed and watch demonstrations of craftsmen. Live music all day! Bring your own apples and jars for take-home homemade cider. 

BRUNCH VILLAGE
SUN – Join Feast Portland to celebrate the most important meal of the day with a mixture of international dishes.

1940’S MUSICAL
SUN – Get your tickets to this production highlighting music of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, and Benny Goodman in a stage show showcasing the flair of the 40’s.

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
SAT – Celebrate the diverse community of Beaverton with food, art, fashion, music and dance.

SELF-CARE DAY
SUN Pamper yourself with massage therapists, tarot readers, reiki and face masks in an effort to help you take a step back and relax.

SHAPE OF SPEED
THROUGH SEPT 16 – Don’t miss the last weekend of this powerful exhibit displaying automobiles throughout time.

END OF SUMMER ZOO PARTY
SAT – Join the Oregon Zoo for an end of summer festival with Oregon beverage samples and live music. Don’t miss the incredible food that pairs excellently with the locally crafted beer and wine.

DETECTIVE MYSTERY
THROUGH SEPT 23 – Play the role of detective as you watch a theatrical deceptive romantic thriller from the Twilight Theater Company.

SKELETON CREW
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Award winning play about the collapse of the 2008 Detroit auto industry, showcasing the importance of one of the city’s last auto plants and what happens to society when a legacy closes down.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

APPLETREE MARATHON
SAT-SUN – Need a good run? Sign up for the (Boston-qualifying) marathon, half marathon or the Sunset 5K.

NORTH BANK BEER WEEK
THROUGH SEPT 15 – Taste the celebration of Southwest Washington Beer, from the mouth of the Columbia to White Salmon. Head to their website to see the participating vendors.

SHERLOCK HOLMES COMEDY
THROUGH SEPT 19 – This classic whodunit is full of disguises and deceit, accents and fast paced adventure. Catch this show at the Magenta Theater.

SPIRIT TALES OF THE VANCOUVER BARRACKS
THROUGH OCT 27 – Service members, their families, and many others, walked its grounds, leaving behind many memories. Memories of loneliness, fear and tragedy, all part of the darker aspects of military life. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, you will be interested in these stories of the Vancouver Barracks’ past residents. 

VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET
THROUGH OCT 28 – Home to over 250 vendors with fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden.

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 Predator
  • A Simple Favor
  • White Boy Rick
  • Bel Canto
  • The Riot Act
  • A Wizard’s Tale
  • MDMA
  • Patient Zero
  • Lizzie
  • Don’t Leave Home

Click here for movie times and theaters.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES

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

www.events12.com/portland

www.bhhsnw.com


©2016 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently operated subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, and a franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc. Equal Housing Opportunity.