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Portland Metro Weekend Events: July 10-12, 2015

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PORTLAND METRO EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FOR JULY 10-12, 2015

 

LAVENDER FARM TOUR

SAT-SUN JULY 11-12 Enjoy the beauty and aroma of lavender fields, and attend special events at farms and nurseries around the state during Oregon Lavender Farm Tour.

MISSISSIPPI STREET FAIR

SAT JULY 11 Mississippi Street Fair offers 200 local vendors and craft booths, six stages of entertainment, a kids’ corner, food carts, and a beer/wine garden on N. Mississippi Ave. from Fremont to Skidmore.

BEAD FAIRE

FRI-SUN JULY 10-12 Shop from 70 exhibitors of bead-making supplies and millions of exotic beads from around the world at Bead Faire at the Oregon Convention Center. Discount tickets $3.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES SHOW

SAT-SUN JULY 11-12 Billed as America’s Largest Antique & Collectible Show, 1400 vendors sell furniture, glassware, movie memorabilia, estate jewelry, paintings, and toys at Portland Expo Center.

VINTAGE CAR & RACE SHOW

THURS-SUN JULY 9-12 Watch racers zip around the track in restored classic cars including Trans Ams at Portland Vintage Racing Festival at Portland International Raceway. Discount 3-day pass $16.

KID’S OBSTACLE RACE

SAT JULY 11 Kids 5 to 16 run through mud and over obstacles at Kids Obstacle Challenge at Lee Farms in Tualatin.

RUN THROUGH WINE COUNTRY

SUN JULY 12 Run the Fueled by Fine Wine Half-Marathon on vineyard trails through the beautiful Dundee Hills, and then taste wines at the post-race party.

ZOO CONCERTS

FRI-SUN JULY 10-12 (through Sept. 6) Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts feature world-class performers and include a same-day zoo pass.

MOVIES IN THE PARK

JULY – SEPTEMBER 11 Movies in the Park begin with entertainment at 6:30 followed by movies at dusk. Bring coats. Free.

PORTLAND’S RIVERS: CONTEMPORARY ART VIEWS

FRI-SUN JULY 10-12 (Ends July 11) This exhibit interprets Portland’s rivers and their influence on the city through paintings, prints and multimedia works. Pittock Mansion

GUIDED NATURE HIKES

FRI-SUN JULY 10-12 (every day, various times & locations) Park guides lead nature hikes to explore the forest, stream ecosystems and natural history of the natural area. Tryon Creek State Park & more

PORTLAND SATURDAY MARKET

SAT-SUN JULY 11-12 The nation’s largest weekly open-air arts and crafts market. Stroll down row upon row of unique creations made by the people who sell them. Old Town

VANCOUVER FARMER’S MARKET

SAT-SUN JULY 11-12 You’ll discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden. Over 250 Vendors! Downtown Vancouver, 8th & Ester St.

FARMER’S MARKET AT VANCOUVER MALL

SAT-SUN JULY 11-12 The newest open air farmers market in Vancouver, Washington. Offering local farmers, small businesses, specialty crafters & local food vendors the opportunity to enjoy the neighbors. Activities for the kids & live entertainment most weekends in the Westfield Mall parking lot near Macy’s.

TWILIGHT HALF MARATHON, 5K & 10K

SAT JULY 11 Nobody likes alarm clocks. That’s why the Twilight Half Marathon (July 11th, Vancouver Lake Park) starts at 6pm. Get a good night’s sleep, spend the day however you want, and run when it’s cool. The course is pancake flat, making for a fast, easy run…and maybe even a PR! http://www.twilighthalf.com/

SCIENCE IN THE PARK AT THE VANCOUVER WATER CENTER

SAT JULY 11 Everyone loves the annual Science in the Park series, so join us in celebrating it during Second Saturday at the Water Center! Kids and families will have fun with some of the most popular and favorite ‘Science in the Park’ hands-on activities.

ART & WINE FAIR

SAT-SUN JULY 11-12 Local Artists, Musicians & Wine at the English Estate Winery.

SATURDAY IN THE PARK PRIDE

SAT JULY 11 Saturday in the Park Pride is a free Gay Pride Event. This event is free and open to all!

VANCOUVER FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIES IN THE PARK

SAT JULY 10-AUG 14 Bring a lawn chair or blanket to the park and enjoy a movie on the big screen at our free family friendly movie nights! Come early and participate in pre-movie activities.

KID DIGS AT FORT VANCOUVER

SAT JULY 11 Kid Digs is a popular hands-on program introducing young people, ages 8 to 12 years old, to the fascinating world of archaeology at one of the Northwest’s most famous archaeological sites.

NEW MOVIES OUT THIS WEEK
Minions
• The Gallows
• Self/Less
• Boulevard
• Nowitzki: The Perfect Shot
• Do I Sound Gay?
• The Suicide Theory
• Tangerine

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES


Portland Metro Weekend Events: June 26-28, 2015

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PORTLAND METRO EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FOR JUNE 26-28, 2015

HOT AIR BALLOON FESTIVAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 The Festival of Balloons has balloon launches at 5:45 a.m., glowing balloons Fri. & Sat. at dusk, a craft show, carnival, vendors, food, soccer tournament, beer garden, car show Sun. at Cook Park in Tigard.

INTERNATIONAL BEER FESTIVAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 Enjoy 150 world-class beers, including the rare and exotic, as you stroll around the park listening to music at the Portland International Beerfest at Holladay Park at Lloyd Center. Free parking.

NAKED BIKE RIDE

SAT JUNE 27 Thousands participate in World Naked Bike Ride to promote bicycling, safe streets, and body positivity, gathering in Col. Summers City Park at 8 p.m. for a 9 p.m. ride.

MULTI-CULTURAL FESTIVAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 Good in the Hood Festival has live entertainment, multi-cultural food, kids’ activities, a beer and wine garden, and a Sat. parade at Lillis Albina Park. Free.

LAKE OSWEGO ARTS FESTIVAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 Lake Oswego Arts Festival features art exhibits, food booths, live music, and fine art crafts. Participate in hands-on arts activities, educational displays and the popular Martini Mingle.

ZOO CONCERTS

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 (through Sept. 6) Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts feature world-class performers and include a same-day zoo pass.

GREEN ARTS FESTIVAL

FRI-SAT JUNE 26-27 See works by 130 artists who use at least 75% recycled material, and enjoy music, juggling, and family activities at the Recycled Arts Festival at Esther Short Park in Vancouver. Free.

PORTLAND’S RIVERS: CONTEMPORARY ART VIEWS

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 (Ends July 11) This exhibit interprets Portland’s rivers and their influence on the city through paintings, prints and multimedia works. Pittock Mansion

GUIDED NATURE HIKES

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 (every day, various times & locations) Park guides lead nature hikes to explore the forest, stream ecosystems and natural history of the natural area. Tryon Creek State Park & more

PORTLAND SATURDAY MARKET

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 The nation’s largest weekly open-air arts and crafts market. Stroll down row upon row of unique creations made by the people who sell them. Old Town

VANCOUVER FARMER’S MARKET

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 You’ll discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden. Over 250 Vendors! Downtown Vancouver, 8th & Ester St.

FARMER’S MARKET AT VANCOUVER MALL

FRI-SUN JUNE 26-28 The newest open air farmers market in Vancouver, Washington. Offering local farmers, small businesses, specialty crafters & local food vendors the opportunity to enjoy the neighbors. Activities for the kids & live entertainment most weekends in the Westfield Mall parking lot near Macy’s.

KIDS DIG AT FORT VANCOUVER NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

SAT JUNE 27 Popular hands-on program introducing young people, ages 8 to 12 years old, to the fascinating world of archaeology at one of the Northwest’s most famous archaeological sites. http://www.nps.gov/fova/index.htm

DISC GOLF: BAD MONKEY OPEN

SAT-SUN JUNE 27-28 PDGA sanctioned ‘B’ Tier tournament at Leverich Park in Vancouver, Washington. The event will run with two flights of Amateur ONLY players. Registration is open now on 4DiscGolf.com

NEW MOVIES OUT THIS WEEK
Max
• Ted 2
• 7 Minutes
• Batkid Begins
• Big Game
• Escobar: Paradise Lost
• Felt
• A Little Chaos
• The Little Death
• The Pardon
• Runoff

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Portland Metro Weekend Events: June 19-21, 2015

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PORTLAND METRO EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FOR JUNE 19-21, 2015

 

FATHER’S DAY CRUISE

SUN JUNE 21 Board a Portland Spirit river cruise for brunch, dinner, or no meal in Portland or Cascade Locks in the gorge.

FATHER’S DAY RESTAURANT OPENINGS

SUN JUNE 21 OpenTable lists restaurants that offer special brunch, lunch, and dinner menus on Father’s Day.

PORTLAND BEER & CHEESE FEST

SUN JUNE 21 Taste fine cheese paired with local beers at Portland Beer and Cheese Fest at Commons Brewery on Father’s Day.

RUGGED MANIAC 5K OBSTACLE RACE

SAT JUNE 20 Rugged Maniac 5K Obstacle Race is a 3-mile race with 20 obstacles of walls, slides, fire, and mud, plus bands and beer at Portland International Raceway.

INDIAN POWWOW

FRI-SUN JUNE 19-21 City of Roses Delta Park Powwow & Encampment features competition dancing, drumming, a silent auction, a fun run/walk, art and craft vendors, food booths, and games at Delta Park East. Free.

PEOPLE IN THE STREET

SUN JUNE 21 Walk, bike or roller-skate on 9.5 miles of streets when most cars are banned for North Portland Sunday Parkways. Nearby parks offer activities & music. Free.

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 19-21 The Strawberry Festival at Lee Farms features food (pies, shortcake, milkshakes) and kids’ activities that require a wristband (pony rides, bounce house, hay maze, pedal carts). Discount wristbands for 2: $16.

PORTLAND’S RIVERS: CONTEMPORARY ART VIEWS

FRI-SUN JUNE 19-21 (Ends July 11) This exhibit interprets Portland’s rivers and their influence on the city through paintings, prints and multimedia works. Pittock Mansion

GUIDED NATURE HIKES

FRI-SUN JUNE 19-21 (every day, various times & locations) Park guides lead nature hikes to explore the forest, stream ecosystems and natural history of the natural area. Tryon Creek State Park & more

PORTLAND SATURDAY MARKET

SAT-SUN JUNE 20-21 The nation’s largest weekly open-air arts and crafts market. Stroll down row upon row of unique creations made by the people who sell them. Old Town

VANCOUVER FARMER’S MARKET

SAT-SUN JUNE 20-21 You’ll discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden. Over 250 Vendors! Downtown Vancouver, 8th & Ester St.

FARMER’S MARKET AT VANCOUVER MALL

SAT-SUN JUNE 20-21 The newest open air farmers market in Vancouver, Washington. Offering local farmers, small businesses, specialty crafters & local food vendors the opportunity to enjoy the neighbors. Activities for the kids & live entertainment most weekends in the Westfield Mall parking lot near Macy’s.

VANCOUVER MARATHON & BREWFEST

FRI-SUN JUNE 19-21 Vancouver USA Marathon has a health and fitness expo Friday & Saturday; a 5K and kids’ run Saturday; a marathon & half marathon Sunday, and a Summer Brewfest all three days in Esther Short Park. Discount tickets to Brewfest $18.

VANCOUVER URBAN OBSTACLE RACE

SAT JUNE 20 Summer Solstice – Urban Obstacle Race is an urban adventure race of 3 to 6 miles with clues, a costume contest, and a ticket to brewfest in Vancouver.

NEW MOVIES OUT THIS WEEK
Inside Out
• Dope
• The Ark of Mr. Chow
• Dark Awakening
• Eden
• Gabriel
• Infinitely Polar Bear
• Manglehorn
• The Overnight
• The Tribe

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S OPEN HOUSES


Portland Metro Weekend Events: June 12-14, 2015

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PORTLAND METRO EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FOR JUNE 12-14, 2015

 

SCANDINAVIAN FESTIVAL

SAT JUNE 13 Celebrate summer solstice with games, traditional dancing, Scandinavian crafts, food, a beer garden, and a Maypole raising at Portland Scandinavian Midsummer Festival at Oaks Park.

BUDDHIST FESTIVAL

SAT JUNE 13 A bell rings 108 times to open the Portland Buddhist Festival, which has workshops, speakers, singing, dance, and kids’ area at Colonel Summers Park.

FRUIT BEER FESTIVAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 12-14 Try 40 fantastically fruity beers and ciders from 25 breweries outdoors at Portland Fruit Beer Festival at E Burnside St. & NE 7th Ave. Friday by reservation only.

PORTLAND PRIDE FESTIVAL & PARADE

SAT-SUN JUNE 13-14 Portland Pride Festival and Parade are both the same weekend. The parade begins 11 a.m. Sunday at NW Park Ave. & W Burnside Street (map). The festival is both days at Tom McCall Waterfront Park.

BOURBAN & BACON FEST

SAT JUNE 13 Sip bourbon and taste bacon treats at the Bourbon and Bacon Fest at OMSI for age 21+.

SPORTS CAR RACES

SAT-SUN JUNE 13-14 Portland Rose Festival Rose Cup Race features modern and vintage sports-car racing on a two-mile road course. The weekend highlight is the annual Rose Cup, at Portland International Raceway.

MAME: A CLASSIC BROADWAY MUSICAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 12-14 (ends June 14) Mame is the story of a free-spirited bohemian who becomes guardian of her nephew, and together they create a life of adventure, hardship, and laughter, at Lakewood Center for the Arts. Discount tickets $19.

GUIDED NATURE HIKES

FRI-SUN JUNE 12-14 (every day, various times & locations) Park guides lead nature hikes to explore the forest, stream ecosystems and natural history of the natural area. Tryon Creek State Park & more

PORTLAND SATURDAY MARKET

SAT-SUN JUNE 13-14 The nation’s largest weekly open-air arts and crafts market. Stroll down row upon row of unique creations made by the people who sell them. Old Town

VANCOUVER FARMER’S MARKET

SAT-SUN JUNE 13-14 You’ll discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden. Over 250 Vendors! Downtown Vancouver, 8th & Ester St.

FARMER’S MARKET AT VANCOUVER MALL

SAT-SUN JUNE 13-14 The newest open air farmers market in Vancouver, Washington. Offering local farmers, small businesses, specialty crafters & local food vendors the opportunity to enjoy the neighbors. Activities for the kids & live entertainment most weekends in the Westfield Mall parking lot near Macy’s.

RUN LIKE A GIRL 5K, 10K, & KID’S RUN

SAT JUNE 13 Join us for the 4th annual Run Like a Girl for Second Step Housing. Run or walk on Saturday, June 13, 2015 to aid in the fight against homelessness in Clark County. http://www.secondstephousing.org/rlag2015/

FLAG DAY CELEBRATION

SUN JUNE 14 The Trust began producing Flag Day as one of its Celebrate Freedom programs in 2001, emphasizing the importance of citizenship throughout our community. The celebration is held at 3:30 p.m., so that the program may coincide with the Annual National Pause for the Pledge of Allegiance, in which people all over the country pause and recite the Pledge of Allegiance in unison. http://fortvan.org/flag-day.html

NEW MOVIES OUT THIS WEEK
The 11th Hour
• Hamari Adhuri Kahani
• Live from New York
• Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
• Set Fire to the Stars
• Soaked in Bleach
• Vendetta
• The Wolfpack


Portland Metro Weekend Events: June 5-7, 2015

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PORTLAND METRO EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FOR JUNE 5-7, 2015

 

ROSE FESTIVAL DRAGON BOAT RACES

SAT-SUN JUNE 6-7 Watch 80 teams compete in a series of races on the Willamette River at Portland Rose Festival Dragon Boat Race at Tom McCall Waterfront Park south of Hawthorne Bridge.

ROSE FESTIVAL GRAND FLORAL PARADE

SAT JUNE 6 Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade has floral floats, marching bands, and optional indoor seating where it begins in Veterans Memorial Coliseum. To join, register for the pre-parade Grand Floral Walk.

CITYFAIR

FRI-SUN JUNE 5-7 CityFair features carnival rides, exhibits, a food fair, beer, and Rozone music concerts (for an extra fee) at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. No pets.

FESTIVAL OF FLOWERS

FRI-SUN JUNE 5-7 See a giant design made from 20,000 flowers during Festival of Flowers in Pioneer Courthouse Square.

MILK CARTON BOAT RACE

SUN JUNE 7 Watch human-powered watercraft made from milk jugs & cartons compete at the Portland Rose Festival Milk Carton Boat Race in Westmoreland Park. Free.

PORTLAND’S RIVERS: CONTEMPORARY ART VIEWS

FRI-SUN JUNE 5-7 (ends July 11) This exhibit interprets Portland’s rivers and their influence on the city through paintings, prints and multimedia works. Pittock Mansion

MAME: A CLASSIC BROADWAY MUSICAL

FRI-SUN JUNE 5-7 (ends June 14) Mame is the story of a free-spirited bohemian who becomes guardian of her nephew, and together they create a life of adventure, hardship, and laughter, at Lakewood Center for the Arts. Discount tickets $19.

GUIDED NATURE HIKES

FRI-SUN JUNE 5-7 (every day, various times & locations) Park guides lead nature hikes to explore the forest, stream ecosystems and natural history of the natural area. Tryon Creek State Park & more

PORTLAND SATURDAY MARKET

SAT-SUN JUNE 6-7 The nation’s largest weekly open-air arts and crafts market. Stroll down row upon row of unique creations made by the people who sell them. Old Town

VANCOUVER FARMER’S MARKET

SAT-SUN JUNE 6-7 You’ll discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden. Over 250 Vendors! Downtown Vancouver, 8th & Ester St.

FARMER’S MARKET AT VANCOUVER MALL

SAT-SUN JUNE 6-7 The newest open air farmers market in Vancouver, Washington. Offering local farmers, small businesses, specialty crafters & local food vendors the opportunity to enjoy the neighbors. Activities for the kids & live entertainment most weekends in the Westfield Mall parking lot near Macy’s.

CELESTIAL VOICES

SAT-SUN JUNE 6-7 Enjoy the ethereal melodies of the “Hymn to St Cecelia” by Benjamin Britten, Tichelli’s “Earth Song,” and the Fauré Requiem along with some brand new melodies like “Good Night Dear Heart” and “Wanting Memories.” Vancouver USA Singers 

SUMMER DIESEL TRAIN RUN

SAT-SUN JUNE 6-7 All trains leave from the Chelatchie Prairie Train Station on N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt, just south of Yacolt Rd. The excursion trains run to the Heisson area, through the tunnel, across the East Fork of the Lewis River with a stop at Moulton Station to visit the beautiful Yacolt Falls.

NEW MOVIES OUT THIS WEEK
Spy
• Entourage
• Insidious: Chapter 3
• Every Last Child
• How to Save Us
• Hungry Hearts
• Police Story: Lockdown
• Testament of Youth


Portland Metro Weekend Event Planner: May 22-25, 2015

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PORTLAND METRO EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FOR MAY 22-25, 2015

 

PORTLAND CITYFAIR & FIREWORKS

FRI-MON MAY 22-25 CityFair has carnival rides, exhibits, a food fair, beer, fireworks May 22, and CountryFest concert May 31 at Tom McCall Waterfront Park

MEMORIAL WEEKEND IN WINE COUNTRY

SAT-MON MAY 23-25 More than 150 wineries in the Willamette Valley are open for tastings and tours on Memorial Weekend in the Wine Country

BROADWAY MUSICAL: MAME

FRI-MON MAY 22-25 (through June 14) Mame is the story of a free-spirited bohemian who becomes guardian of her nephew, and together they create a life of adventure, hardship, and laughter, at Lakewood Center for the Arts. Discount tickets $19

BURLESQUE REVIEW

FRI-SUN MAY 22-25 (through May 30) See the best variety acts of the famous Storefront Actors Revue (including Cooking with Power Tools) at The Babes are Back in The Sanctuary at Sandy Plaza. Discount tickets $13

CIRQUE VERSION OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND

SAT-SUN MAY 23-24 The Wonderland Circus is a legendary adventure featuring acrobats, jugglers, dancers, and musicians at Albert Rose Theatre. Discount tickets $13

PORTLAND BALLET SPRING CONCERT

SAT-SUN MAY 23-24 Portland Ballet’s Spring Concert includes excerpts from Sleeping Beauty, Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux, and new works at Lincoln Performance Hall.

THE LITTLE MERMAID

FRI-SUN MAY 22-25 The Little Mermaid, who longs for life above the sea, soars into the air with a touch of circus performance, a dash of vaudeville, and a dance collective. Northwest Children’s Theatre

PORTLAND’S RIVERS: CONTEMPORARY ART VIEWS

FRI-SUN MAY 22-25 (ends July 11) This exhibit interprets Portland’s rivers and their influence on the city through paintings, prints and multimedia works. Pittock Mansion

GUIDED NATURE HIKES

FRI-SUN MAY 22-25 (every day, various times & locations) Park guides lead nature hikes to explore the forest, stream ecosystems and natural history of the natural area. Tryon Creek State Park & more

PORTLAND SATURDAY MARKET

SAT-SUN MAY 23-24 The nation’s largest weekly open-air arts and crafts market. Stroll down row upon row of unique creations made by the people who sell them. Old Town

VANCOUVER FARMER’S MARKET

SAT-SUN MAY 23-24 You’ll discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, home, or garden. Over 250 Vendors! Downtown Vancouver, 8th & Ester St.

FARMER’S MARKET AT VANCOUVER MALL

SAT-SUN MAY 23-24 The newest open air farmers market in Vancouver, Washington. Offering local farmers, small businesses, specialty crafters & local food vendors the opportunity to enjoy the neighbors. Activities for the kids & live entertainment most weekends in the Westfield Mall parking lot near Macy’s.

CLARK COUNTY WINE TOUR & TASTING

FRI-MON MAY 23-25 This is the weekend to get a preview of summer wines produced in the previous year or two. Be the first to taste the wines you’ll be drinking all summer! Participate in our 2015 Memorial Weekend Passport! Print out our Passport, collect six stamps, and be entered to win one of 14 gift cards! Clark County Wine Country

DR. SEUSS MUSICAL

SAT-SUN MAY 23-24 See a family-friendly version of the smash hit musical Seussical, featuring the Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, and Gertrude McFuzz, in Vancouver WA. Discount tickets $9

NEW MOVIES OUT THIS WEEK
Poltergeist
• Tomorrowland
• Aloft
• Chocolate City
• The Farewell Party
• Sunshine Superman
• When Marine was There


Portland ranks #2 as bike-friendly city

Only time will tell if Portland’s plan to spend $613 million over 20 years on new bike paths and other bicycling infrastructure needs will change the city’s ranking on Bicycling magazine’s list of America’s top 50 bike-friendly cities.

For the 2010 list, Portland ranks No. 2, behind Minneapolis. Rounding out the top five cites are Boulder, Colo.; Seattle; and Eugene. Salem ranked No. 19.

Read more: Portland ranks No. 2 as bike-friendly city – Portland Business Journal:


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