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

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Portland Metro Weekend Events Planner: September 7-9, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
SEPTEMBER 7-9, 2018

FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Head to Sisters for the folk festival of the year! Listen to music covering over eleven stages right in the heart of Oregon’s mountain and river country.

AMERICAN INDIAN DAY CELEBRATION
FRI Join the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board to celebrate with food vendors, educational booths, entertainment and more!

SONGS OF BROADWAY
THROUGH OCT 8 – Enjoy a musical revue with songs from the favored classics like Guys & Dolls, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music and more!

ROSE CITY COMIC CON
FRI-SUN – Comic book fans unite at the convention covering books, games, sci-fi and pop culture. Meet artists, celebrities, publishers and more!

BEER & BBQ FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Head to the heart of McMinnville and sample from over 50+ taps and 35+breweries paired with delectable barbecue and live music.

AIDS WALK
SAT – Bring the family for this fun-filled 2.40-mile walk to raise awareness and funds for the fight against HIV/AIDS.

HARVEST FESTIVAL
SAT – Spend a weekend in wine country, join this grape stomping competition with live music, kids activities and more!

CLAM CHOWDER FESTIVAL
SAT – Lincoln City Chowder & Brewfest features fresh caught seafood chowder, craft beer and live music.

RENAISSANCE FAIR
SAT-SUN Shrewsbury Renaissance Faire teaches the history of interactive living through faire play, a village marketplace, live music and more!

TOY FAIR
FRI-SUN – Play with hands-on exhibits from toy and entertainment brands and meet life-sized characters from pop culture brands.

SING ALONG
SUN – Join in on this sing along with popular singing groups at Pioneer Courthouse Square.

OREGON ZOO CONCERTS
THROUGH SEPT 12 – Head to the Oregon Zoo to catch the remaining shows in the Summer Concert Series.

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

SHERLOCK HOLMES COMEDY
THROUGH SEPT 22 – This classic whodunit is full of disguises and deceit, accents and fast paced adventure. Catch this show at the Magenta Theater.

FIRST FRIDAY
FRI – Don’t miss First Friday with downtown galleries in over ten locations!

DINNER ON THE COLUMBIA
SAT – Dinner in white on the Columbia features food, music and wonderful company. This event is fundraising for a ‘bigger and better’ Washougal library.

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

  • Manu
  • Perfect Blue
  • City of Lies
  • Diane
  • God Bless The Broken Road
  • Mara
  • Peppermint
  • The Favorite
  • The Nun
  • Paltan
  • Paper Boy

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: August 31-September 2, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
AUGUST 31-SEPTEMBER 2, 2018

PIONEER WAGON RIDE
THROUGH AUG 31 – Celebrate the 175th anniversary of the Oregon Trail at the Oregon Historical Society Museum with an Oregon trail experience wagon ride around Downtown Portland.

OREGON STATE FAIR
THROUGH SEPT 3 – Enjoy carnival rides, eat outrageous carnival food, and watch live entertainment from the concert lineup.

PIRATE FESTIVAL
THROUGH SEPT 3 – Tortuga Pirate Festival sets sail with a weekend of shenanigans, ships and a bonfire for adults to enjoy.

FITNESS FUR ALL
SAT – Take your pooch down to the waterfront for a dog-friendly walk to fundraise with Animal Aid, the no-kill animal rescue and welfare organization.

CONCERTS IN THE PARK
THROUGH SEPT 7 – Head to Portland parks, bring a blanket or chairs and hear music from country to classic rock and roll and rhythm & blues.   

CREATE ICE SCUPLTURES
SUN – Winter is here! Join this ice carving workshop and try your hand at carving techniques using chisels and step-by-step instruction.

TRAIL PARTY
SAT – Head to the Upper Angels Rest trail for a work party to help restore the beloved trail after the disastrous fire last year. Checkout the website to see what to bring before you go.

MAKE MACARONS
SAT – Head to Bob’s Red Mill Cooking School to learn how to make macarons with two different methods for French and Italian flair. These delicious treats are both wheat free and vegan!

CONCERTS IN THE PARK
THROUGH SEPT 7 – Summer is coming to an end, don’t miss the last of the concerts in the park series.

INDYCAR SERIES
FRI-SUN – Don’t miss the Grand Prix of Portland, see international IndyCar drivers as they race for 1st place in Sunday’s 102 lap race.

THE SHAPE OF SPEED
THROUGH SEPT 16 – The Portland Art Museum’s latest exhibit features a ride back in time looking at the evolution of automobiles and two-wheelers from 1930. This summer will host 19 rare US and European vehicles and motorcycles.

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.

OREGON ZOO CONCERTS
THROUGH SEPT 12 – Head to the Oregon Zoo to catch the remaining shows in the Summer Concert Series.

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

SCANDINAVIAN COOKING WORKSHOP
SAT – Head to the Ridgefield Community Center to learn how to cook delicious authentic Scandinavian food.

URBAN ABUNDANCE HARVEST PARTY
SAT – Help harvest the orchard and collect fresh produce to be donated to the food bank. Volunteers are welcome to take their pickings home.

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

  • Operation Finale
  • Kin
  • Active Measures
  • Big Brother
  • Blood Fest
  • The Little Stranger
  • Pick of the Litter
  • Reprisal
  • Slave to the Grind
  • Active Measures
  • Chasing the Win
  • Destination Wedding
  • Inventing tomorrow
  • S.M.A.R.T. Chase

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: August 17-19, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
AUGUST 17-19, 2018

ADULT SOAPBOX DERBY
SAT Watch as 40+ teams of racers fly down a course in hand-built devices, all powered by a single push at the start line.

BEATLES CELEBRATION
FRI – Head to the Alberta Rose Theatre where the Nowhere Band presents: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The second set features songs by The Who, Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, Kinks and more!

PORTLAND THORNS
SAT – Watch an intense match as Portland’s Women’s Soccer goes head-to-head against the Chicago Red Stars.

HOMEOWNER’S SHOW
FRI-SUN – Portland’s Renovation and Landscaping Show allows you to view all the latest trends from everything inside the home to the exterior and landscaping. 

BIGFOOT FESTIVAL
SAT – Celebrate the urban legend at the Oregon Bigfoot Festival, with exhibits, presentations, food carts and more!

DISTILLERY TASTING
SUN – Meet the makers of locally crafted spirits at the Summer Spirits Festival.

BIKE SHOW
SAT-SUN – Features live music with food and drink vendors, as well as bike and frame part builders.

FAMILY MUSICAL
THROUGH AUG 25TH – See everyone’s favorite red-headed orphan, Annie at Clackamas Repertory Theatre.

BEAUTIES WHO BRUNCH
SUN – Engage in an experience of beauty and fashion. Interact with beauty professionals while enjoying a mimosa brunch.

BANKS BBQ & TRACTOR PULL
FRI-SUN – Friday night features a hamburger stand and beer garden with a Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament. Saturday hosts a pancake breakfast with a car show, and tractor pull while Sunday boasts a pancake breakfast, church service, parade, BBQ and tractor & truck pull. All proceeds go to the maintenance and upkeep of Sunset Park and benefit the community and youth of Banks.

PDX APPLE RECYCLING
THROUGH OCT 31 – Does your apple tree overproduce? Donate your edible backyard apples to PDX Apple Recycling to support Oregon conservation. If you bring in 40lbs, you’ll get to take a free pint of cider home with you!

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.

BEAVERTON NIGHT MARKET
ALL MONTH – Join the family friendly event with ethnic food and crafts as well as performers celebrating from around the world.

HOOD RIVER COUNTY
ALL MONTH – Celebrate the Fruit Loop Summer Harvest Celebration with fresh pies, apples, berries, flowers and more! This weekend features the Sunflower Festival.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

READING IN THE WILD
FRI-SAT – Join the City of Vancouver’s water resources education center for a story and nature series in nature, this program connects fun stories with nature activities.

HOOPS 360
FRI-SUN – Get a team together and enter in the Slam Dunk contest! Free kids basketball clinic and basketball movies at the Liberty theater. Shopping, wine and local food by the river with live music.

CHELATCHIE PRARIE RAILROAD
SAT-SUN – Witness the steam train robbery special at the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad. Be a part of the action as “robbers” stop the train, will the sheriff arrive in time to capture them? The compromised train will make a stop at Moulton Station to view Yacolt Falls.

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

  • Mile 22
  • Crazy Rich Asians
  • Alpha
  • Billionaire Boys Club
  • Blaze
  • Breaking & Exiting
  • Down A Dark Hall
  • Europe Raiders
  • The Little Mermaid
  • Memoir of War
  • Minding the Gap
  • We the Animals

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: August 10-12, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
AUGUST 10-12, 2018

NORTHWEST FOSSIL FESTIVAL
SAT – Discover all there is to know about fossils at the Northwest Fossil Fest. Kids activities, lectures and free admission to the Rice Museum of Rocks and Minerals. This year features the evolution of horses. 

POLO NOIR
SAT – Watch and celebrate the sport of Kings while sipping world-class wine from Stoller Family Estate and popular music headliner The Head and the Heart.

ELEPHANT GARLIC FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Garlic flavored fun with incredible food by local vendors, drinks by locals Rogue Brew pub and eatery, as well as an amazing lineup for live music all weekend.

MINI AIR SHOW
SAT – The Airshow of the 21st century and beyond! Watch Drones, Aerobatic planes, Helicopters and Warbirds perform at the RC air show. Don’t miss this kid friendly event featuring the kids’ candy drop!  

OREGON BREWERY FUN RUN SERIES
SAT Run for beer with Laurelwood Brewing Co. Walk, jog or run 3.1 miles and indulge in beer afterwards. Live music, food vendors and free giveaways!

BIKE PEDAL
SUN – Join this scenic bike ride over 3 or 30 miles, whichever you choose with incredible views from Portland Bridges. A 7.5 mile walking path is available as well if you choose to forgo your set of wheels.

ALBERTA STREET FAIR
SATShop local from artists and craft vendors to local food and beverages.

CAR & MOTORCYCLE SHOW
SAT  Over 300 vehicles to view from cars, trucks to motorcycles and military vehicles. This is a free “Salute to Veterans” show with live music and food vendors at the Washington County Fairgrounds.

BREWVANA’S COFFEE, BEER AND DONUT TOUR
SAT – Delight in your donut obsession, find the perfect locally brewed coffee to dip them in, and finish your tour of with a beer tasting. The tour includes transportation, the tastings, a beer journal, souvenir glass and a pretzel necklace.

BOWLING FOR RHINOS
SAT – Head to KingPins and raise funds with other bowlers to help Rhinos survive through the threat of extinction. Bowlers collect pledges and each $100 collected gives you five free raffle tickets. Bowler with the most raised gets a “behind the scenes” experience at the Oregon Zoo and will be entered to win an Indonesia or African trip!

THE SHAPE OF SPEED
THROUGH SEPT 16 – The Portland Art Museum’s latest exhibit features a ride back in time looking at the evolution of automobiles and two-wheelers from 1930. This summer will host 19 rare US and European vehicles and motorcycles.

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.

BEAVERTON NIGHT MARKET
ALL MONTH – Join the family friendly event with ethnic food and crafts as well as performers celebrating from around the world.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

COMMON GROUND HISTORY
FRI-SAT – Walk & talk history tours discuss military history, the evolution of technology, a live opera and more!

CLARK COUNTY FAIR
THROUGH AUG 12 – Come to Ridgefield for the best in weekend entertainment with free grandstand entertainment, concerts and family fun! You can enter eating contests and gorge yourself on foods such as watermelon, cheeseburgers, hot-dogs, pies and more! 

VANCOUVER BREWFEST
FRI – Craft brew enthusiasts can sample over 60 brews available from Northwest breweries. Enjoy live music and explore art and craft vendors.

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 Meg
  • Dog Days
  • Slender Man
  • Buybust
  • The Island
  • Madeline’s Madeline
  • Skate Kitchen
  • Cuban Food Stories
  • Elizabeth Harvest
  • Hope Springs Eternal
  • Royal Shakespeare
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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: August 3-5, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
AUGUST 3-5,
2018

STEAM ENGINE FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN Steam-Up in Brooks! Vintage tractors, automobiles and trucks show off in a parade. Trolley and train rides will be available, so bring the kids! Watch demonstrations from blacksmiths, sawmills and machinery. Take a stroll and browse the flea market.

CANINIES UNCORKED
SAT – Join this 8th annual event benefiting the Oregon Humane Society! Bring your pooch and get a license to taste passport for any of the 15 participating Willamette Valley Wineries. Each participating winery has a special event catered to your pooch from agility courses, to doggy massage and an animal communicator.

CRAWFISH FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Food and drink vendors, live music and of course the Crawfish eating contest! Saturday kicks off with the Crawfish Crawl, part of the Hood to Coast Race Series.

MOVIES ON A ROOFTOP
EVERY THUR – Listen to local bands while you enjoy cocktails, beer, BBQ, and more! Movies play at dusk, bring a chair and enjoy under the stars. 

OREGON CITY RUN AND BREWFEST
FRI-SAT – The ultimate Oregon trail challenge has you facing rough decisions, just like the Oregon trail Game. The Brewfest features beverages from other states, offered along the trail.

SUPERHERO AUTISM ACTIVITY DAY
SAT – Celebrate Autism with Centria Autism Services! Take pictures with your favorite superheroes, run through obstacle courses, and more! Register to secure a spot.

FREMONT FEST
SAT – Cheer on the Parade of pets and kids on bikes along with live music, vendors and a kids zone.

MINERALS FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN Rice Northwest Museum Summer Festival, hunt for gold, play games, jewelry and fossil vendors, live music and food vendors in Hillsboro.

LENTS STREET FAIR
SUN – When was the last time you watched a chicken beauty pageant? This is a family fun, free summer celebration of the community in combination with the Lents International Farmers Market. Don’t miss live music, a beverage garden, the famous Belmont goats and more!

PORTLAND HOT SAUCE EXPO
SAT-SUN – Add a little spice to your weekend with hot foods, eating contests and cool it down with craft beer. Stick around for the Chihuahua beauty contest Sunday afternoon.

MOVIES IN THE PARK
THROUGH SEPT – Watch local artists perform, free popcorn available and movies play at dusk.

THE SHAPE OF SPEED
THROUGH SEPT 16 – The Portland Art Museum’s latest exhibit features a ride back in time looking at the evolution of automobiles and two-wheelers from 1930. This summer will host 19 rare US and European vehicles and motorcycles.

80’S VIDEO DANCE ATTACK
EVERY FRI & SAT – Dig out your neon mesh shirts, crimping iron and striped legwarmers to travel back to the 1980s! Classic music videos projected on giant screens complimented with a thumping sound system and light show, this dance extravaganza is sure to get the blood pumping!

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.

SHANROCK’S TRIVIOLOGY
ALL MONTH – Various Portland Locations: Triviology pub quizzes are free to play, last a couple of hours, and are composed of seven short rounds, giving teams instant gratification for their efforts. Team size can range from one – five players, with prizes for everyone on the winning team.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

COLD COFFEE FESTIVAL
SAT – Sample the best cold brews and even vote for your favorite! Featuring 30 types of cold brew.

CLARK COUNTY FAIR
THROUGH AUG 12 – Come to Ridgefield for the best in weekend entertainment with free grandstand entertainment, concerts and family fun! You can enter eating contests and gorge yourself on foods such as watermelon, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, pies and more!

URBAN ABUNDANCE HARVEST PARTY
SAT – Help harvest a local apple orchard, most of the fruit will be donated to the food bank for those in need. Volunteers are encouraged to take what they will eat and share! Harvest parties are always family friendly. Contact to receive location details.

INTRO TO CARPENTRY CLASS
SUN – Looking to hone in on your carpentry skills? Check out the ReBuilding Center for ongoing weekend classes.

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.

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.

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.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Christopher Robin
  • The Darkest Minds
  • Death Of A Nation
  • The Spy Who Dumped Me
  • 40 Years in the Making: The Magic
  • The Miseducation of Cameron Post
  • Never Goin’ Back

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: July 27-29, 2018

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
JULY 27-29
, 2018

CINDERELLA OPERA
FRI-SUN –  Classic Cinderella Story with a twist, sung in Italian with Projected English Text.

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
FRI-SUN – View this Broadway experience, this production is bigger and better than ever before.

WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR
THROUGH SUN – Enjoy live music from bands like ZZ Top, racing pigs, food vendors, carnival rides and more!

MOVIES ON A ROOFTOP
EVERY THURSDAY – Listen to local bands while you enjoy cocktails, beer, BBQ, and more! Movies play at dusk, bring a chair and enjoy under the stars. 

RAGGAE MUSIC FESTIVAL
FRI-SAT – Northwest World Reggae Festival, bring the family and enjoy a weekend of music, food and fun!

MERMAID PARADE
SAT – View this parade, swim with mermaids at Poets beach and enjoy a 21+ masquerade ball in the evening. Celebrates the community’s connection to our rivers and the history in our Ports.

CRAFT MARKET
SAT – Browse indie crafts, food vendors, live music and more during the 5th annual Craft Market. Shop emerging and established handmade goods while browsing workshops and food vendors.

STEAM ENGINE FESTIVAL
THROUGH AUG 5 Parades of vintage autos, train and trolley rides available, demonstrations and a flea market.

OREGON BREWERS FESTIVAL
THROUGH SUN One of the nation’s longest running craft beer festivals, known as Beervana. Over 80 independent craft beers are available to sample and enjoy.

MONTAVILLA STREET FAIR
SUN Neighborhood event with over 120 vendors, 3 live music stages and a children’s fun area!

OREGON ZOO SUMMER CONCERTS
THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12 – Enjoy world class performers and a night of music and nature at the Oregon Zoo.

THE SHAPE OF SPEED
THROUGH SEPTEMBER 16 – The Portland Art Museum’s latest exhibit features a ride back in time looking at the evolution of automobiles and two-wheelers from 1930. This summer will host 19 rare US and European vehicles and motorcycles.

FORCES OF NATURE: HISTORIC PORTLAND FLOODS, FIRES, ICE & SNOW
THROUGH JULY 8 – Portland is known for its mild climate and beautiful natural surroundings, but the city has felt nature’s fury during its 170-year history. From a downtown submerged in water, to a waterfront in flames, to a city immobilized by ice and snow, explore how Portland residents have survived and recovered from natural disasters.

80’S VIDEO DANCE ATTACK
EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY – Dig out your neon mesh shirts, crimping iron and striped legwarmers to travel back to the 1980s! Classic music videos projected on giant screens complimented with a thumping sound system and light show, this dance extravaganza is sure to get the blood pumping!

COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE TOUR
THROUGH NOVEMBER 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.

SHANROCK’S TRIVIOLOGY
ALL MONTH – Various Portland Locations: Triviology pub quizzes are free to play, last a couple of hours, and are composed of seven short rounds, giving teams instant gratification for their efforts. Team size can range from one – five players, with prizes for everyone on the winning team.

GEEKS WHO DRINK’S PUB QUIZ
ALL MONTH – Anyone can grab a deck of Trivial Pursuit cards and run a “trivia night.” Interactive and beer-soaked pub quiz events all over Portland.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

HAWAIIAN FESTIVAL
THUR-SAT – Dancing, workshops, hula dancing and free admission day Saturday. Bring the family for hula and craft workshops, canoeing, Wa’a traditions and lei making techniques.

HEISEN HOUSE LAVENDER FESTIVAL
SAT – The Historic Heisen House celebrates the 9th annual lavender festival with family friendly activities. Have fun with arts and crafts, local shopping and wine tasting for adults.

VANCOUVER CARIBBEAN DAYS FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Celebrate Caribbean music, food and culture. Main activities include a street parade, food fair, live music and more!

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.

RICHMOND MARITIME FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Celebrate on the water with the free maritime festival at Britannia Shipyard in Stevenson Village and view several historic boats on display, dating back to 1903.

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.

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.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Mission Impossible: Fallout
  • Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
  • Blindspotting
  • Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings
  • Hot Summer Nights
  • Puzzle
  • Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood
  • The Captain
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

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Portland Metro Weekend Planner: July 20-22, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
JULY 20-22, 2018

ROBIN HOOD FESTIVAL

FRI-SAT –  Spend a day in Sherwood Forest with a parade, 62nd annual Archery Tournament between Oregon and Nottingham England. Don’t miss the knighting ceremony and music by the Sherwood Renaissance Singers.

DOG SHOW

FRI-SUN – Portland Kennel Club dog show featuring specialty breeds at the Expo Center!

TEA FEST PDX

FRI-SUN Cheers to tea tastings, vendor booths, classes, Japanese tea ceremony and all things British tea Traditions.

VEGAN FESTIVAL

SAT – All things vegan featuring beer and food from all over the U.S. DJ’s and vegan friendly clothing, skincare, etc.

BEAVERTON NIGHT MARKET

SAT – Bring the family and enjoy an evening with activities, diverse foods and interaction with community members.

COUNTRY MUSIC FEST

FRI-SAT – Listen to up-and-coming artists in the country music scene at Wild Hare Countryfest. Camping available to make it a weekend in Canby.

PORTLAND’S 2018 HIGHLAND GAMES

SAT – Delight in the 60+ year tradition with Scottish games, bag pipers, drummers, dancers and athletes. Explore Scottish clan tents, you may be surprised to find out you are Scottish!

OREGON CROQUET CLASSIC

SAT – Wine and dine at the Stoller estate while learning how to play the game of croquet from local experts.  

WAYWARD WINDS LAVENDAR U-PICK

THROUGH JULY 31 – Enjoy the sights and aromas from one of Oregon’s oldest lavender farms and oil distilling demonstrations with their award-winning essential oils.  

OREGON FRUIT LOOP

THROUGH AUGUST – The Hood River Fruit Loop celebrates 25 years of business and sustainable agricultural diversity. The Fruit Loop is a collection of farms, orchards, vineyards, wineries and local agricultural businesses in a proximity. To celebrate the anniversary, visit 10 farms this year and get stamped for a free canvas market bag!

PORTLAND AXE THROWING

FRI – Head to the Civic Taproom to dabble in these two great parings: Oregon craft beer and hurling heavy sharp objects. Sunriver Brewing will be on tap to help you bring the mountain man/maiden out while Portland Axe Throwing specialists will be available to help you develop your swing.

OREGON ZOO SUMMER CONCERTS

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12 – Enjoy world class performers and a night of music and nature at the Oregon Zoo.

THE SHAPE OF SPEED

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 16 – The Portland Art Museum’s latest exhibit features a ride back in time looking at the evolution of automobiles and two-wheelers from 1930. This summer will host 19 rare US and European vehicles and motorcycles.

FORCES OF NATURE: HISTORIC PORTLAND FLOODS, FIRES, ICE & SNOW

THROUGH JULY 8 – Portland is known for its mild climate and beautiful natural surroundings, but the city has felt nature’s fury during its 170-year history. From a downtown submerged in water, to a waterfront in flames, to a city immobilized by ice and snow, explore how Portland residents have survived and recovered from natural disasters.

80’S VIDEO DANCE ATTACK

EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY – Dig out your neon mesh shirts, crimping iron and striped legwarmers to travel back to the 1980s! Classic music videos projected on giant screens complimented with a thumping sound system and light show, this dance extravaganza is sure to get the blood pumping!

COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE TOUR

THROUGH NOVEMBER 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.

SHANROCK’S TRIVIOLOGY

ALL MONTH – Various Portland Locations: Triviology pub quizzes are free to play, last a couple of hours, and are composed of seven short rounds, giving teams instant gratification for their efforts. Team size can range from one – five players, with prizes for everyone on the winning team.

GEEKS WHO DRINK’S PUB QUIZ

ALL MONTH – Anyone can grab a deck of Trivial Pursuit cards and run a “trivia night.” Interactive and beer-soaked pub quiz events all over Portland.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

DINNER AT THE VINEYARD

SAT – Stavalaura Vineyards and Winery is inviting you to join them for a four-course meal among their beautiful vines, The food is locally sourced and music by Dawna Stafford.

OPEN AIR MARKET

SAT – The Rusty Grape Vineyard will feature an open air market with local crafters, artisans and more. If you love sangria, BBQ, and wood-fired pizza-you’re in for a treat!

PAINT YOUR PET

EVERY SUNDAY IN JULY – Email your photo in and the Vancouver Art Space will transfer it onto a canvas, ready for you to paint. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Humane Society of Southwest Washington.

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.

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.

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.

WINE AND PAINT

SAT – Discover the painter in you while conversing with friends, enjoying a glass of wine and painting a summer theme. Instruction, materials, beverages and snacks included!

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Mama Mia: Here We Go Again
  • McQueen
  • Occupation
  • Pin Cushion
  • The Equalizer 2
  • Far From The Tree
  • Heels
  • Broken Star
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

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Portland Metro Weekend Events Planner: July 13-15, 2018

 

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
JULY 13-15, 2018

THE BIG FLOAT

SAT – Grab a life jacket and float downstream to the ultimate beach party celebration with floating stages hosting live music, food carts and more. This year features two 100-foot long slip ‘n slides!

AMERICA’S LARGEST ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE SHOW

SATSUN – Shop more than 1400 vendors for vintage and collectible items ranging from the 1880’s thru 1970’s at the Portland Expo Center.

MISSISSIPPI STREET FAIR

FRISUN – Roam Mississippi Ave with over 200 local vendors and craft booths, entertainment covering five stages a kid’s area as well as food and drink vendors.

THE PORTLAND PICKLES

SAT – Take me out to the ballgame, with the Portland Pickles! Picklefest is this Saturday, enjoy live music, a complimentary pint and evening game against the Kelowna Falcons.

OREGON CITY FESTIVAL

SAT – Join the 9th annual First City Celebration with live music, a children’s area, food carts, art fair and much more!

FRENCH FESTIVAL

SAT – Enjoy the best of French cuisine, wine, music and more at the annual Bastille Day Festival.

DOGGY TRIVIA PAWTY

SAT – Bring your pooch and friends for this doggie themed trivia game benefiting Family Dogs New Life Shelter, ages 21+ only.

CONCOURS d’ELEGANCE CAR SHOW

THROUGH DECEMBER 1 – Join Forest Grove’s Car Show with over 300 classic, race, antique and collector cars while listening to a live band and enjoying cuisine from food and drink vendors.

WAYWARD WINDS LAVENDER U-PICK

THROUGH JULY 31 – Enjoy the sights and aromas from one of Oregon’s oldest lavender farms.

OREGON FRUIT LOOP

THROUGH AUGUST – The Hood River Fruit Loop celebrates 25 years of business and sustainable agricultural diversity. The Fruit Loop is a collection of farms, orchards, vineyards, wineries and local agricultural businesses in a proximity. To celebrate the anniversary, visit 10 farms this year and get stamped for a free canvas market bag!

OREGON MUSIC FESTIVAL

THROUGH JULY 14 – The most significant classical music event to hit the Oregon concert stage in the last decade.

FIELD & VINE’S FARM DINNER

THROUGH DECEMBER 1 – Enjoy the stunning wines of Oregon over a six-to-seven course dinner expertly prepared by Field & Vine chefs using ingredients sourced straight from the host and surrounding farms.

OREGON ZOO SUMMER CONCERTS

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12 – Enjoy world class performers while enjoying a great day at the zoo.

FORCES OF NATURE: HISTORIC PORTLAND FLOODS, FIRES, ICE & SNOW

THROUGH JULY 8 – Portland is known for its mild climate and beautiful natural surroundings, but the city has felt nature’s fury during its 170-year history. From a downtown submerged in water, to a waterfront in flames, to a city immobilized by ice and snow, explore how Portland residents have survived and recovered from natural disasters.

80’S VIDEO DANCE ATTACK

EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY – Dig out your neon mesh shirts, crimping iron and striped legwarmers to travel back to the 1980s! Classic music videos projected on giant screens complimented with a thumping sound system and light show, this dance extravaganza is sure to get the blood pumping!

COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE TOUR

THROUGH NOVEMBER 1 – View waterfalls and the fruit loop at the base of Oregon’s scenic Mt. Hood with this full day tour that drives you along the route and makes several fascinating stops along the way for pictures and memories.

HAUNTED PUB TOUR

ALL MONTH – This spine-tingling ghost tour explores Portland’s historic Old Town District, a vibrant area with beautiful 1800’s buildings, cobblestone streets and a wicked past.

PORTLAND ESCAPE ROOMS

ALL MONTH THURSDAYSUNDAY – Cedar Hills/Beaverton Locations: Real-life room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and must use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit.

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.

SHANROCK’S TRIVIOLOGY

ALL MONTH – Various Portland Locations: Triviology pub quizzes are free to play, last a couple of hours, and are composed of seven short rounds, giving teams instant gratification for their efforts. Team size can range from one – five players, with prizes for everyone on the winning team.

GEEKS WHO DRINK’S PUB QUIZ

ALL MONTH – Anyone can grab a deck of Trivial Pursuit cards and run a “trivia night.” Interactive and beer-soaked pub quiz events all over Portland.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

AGE 50+ TRAVEL EXPO 

FRI – The Vancouver Parks and Recreation Department is putting on a free travel expo for those who are ages 50+ and wanting to become more active and adventurous.

SUMMER ART AND WINE FAIR

SAT – Celebrate the finer things in life with the English Estate Winery for their 11th annual Art and Wine Fair featuring local artists and local winemakers with more than 40 vendors.

PAINT YOUR PET

EVERY SUNDAY IN JULY – Email your photo in and the Vancouver Art Space will transfer it onto a canvas, ready for you to paint. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Humane Society of Southwest Washington.

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

  • Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation
  • Skyscraper
  • Dark Money
  • Don’t Worry He Won’t Go Far On Foot
  • Eighth Grade
  • Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti
  • Shock and Awe
  • Soorma
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

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Portland Metro Weekend Events Planner: July 6-8, 2018

PORTLAND METRO WEEKEND PLANNER
JULY 6-8, 2018

HELVETIA LAVENDER FESTIVAL

FRISUN – Stroll through flower gardens and fields of lavender, enjoy tea and scones in the pavilion, have lunch while listening to live music, and enjoy over 20 festival booths.

WATERFRONT BLUES FESTIVAL

FRISUN – Celebrate with live performances from blues, soul, funk, and Mississippi rhythm & blues. Browse vendors, enjoy riverboat cruises and more.

ST. PAUL RODEO

FRISAT – Watch the 83rd annual St. Paul Rodeo with Cowboys, Cowgirls and trick riders! Each night ends with a full firework display.

SWEDISH FILMS AT THE PORTLAND ART MUSEUM

FRIJULY 22 – View 17 films by famous Swedish director for the exhibit Ingmar Bergman: A Centenary Celebration.

STEAMPUNK CONVENTION

FRISUN – Join panel discussions, workshops, costume contest and evening entertainment. Friday features a burlesque show and a Saturday cabaret show.

STEVE MARTIN & MARTIN SHORT

SUN – See famous comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short at McMinemins Edgefield for An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life.

FAIRY HOUSE WORKSHOP

FRISAT – Enchant others with your newfound fairy house making skills from Frigg’s Mercantile. Children create with glue, twigs, flowers, and more.

OREGON MUSIC FESTIVAL

THROUGH JULY 14 – The most significant classical music event to hit the Oregon concert stage in the last decade.

CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL

 FRISUN  – Portland’s Craft Beer Festival, featuring over 60 breweries, cideries and wineries.

FIELD & VINE’S FARM DINNER

THROUGH DECEMBER 1 – Enjoy the stunning wines of Oregon over a six-to-seven course dinner expertly prepared by Field & Vine chefs using ingredients sourced straight from the host and surrounding farms.

OREGON ZOO SUMMER CONCERTS

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12 – Enjoy world class performers while enjoying a great day at the zoo.

FORCES OF NATURE: HISTORIC PORTLAND FLOODS, FIRES, ICE & SNOW

THROUGH JULY 8 – Portland is known for its mild climate and beautiful natural surroundings, but the city has felt nature’s fury during its 170-year history. From a downtown submerged in water, to a waterfront in flames, to a city immobilized by ice and snow, explore how Portland residents have survived and recovered from natural disasters.

FLASH BACK DANCE CRUISE

EVERY SATURDAY – Gather your crew & rock your best retro threads from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s!

80’S VIDEO DANCE ATTACK

EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY – Dig out your neon mesh shirts, crimping iron and striped legwarmers to travel back to the 1980s! Classic music videos projected on giant screens complimented with a thumping sound system and light show, this dance extravaganza is sure to get the blood pumping!

DUELING PIANO SHOW

EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY – The Barrel Room lays claim to the longest running dueling piano shows in Portland. The show, which at times can get a “little cheeky,” isn’t just two players banging on pianos for five hours, we boast a Vegas style, Request Driven, Audience Interactive Show complete with Bits, Games, Sing-A-Longs, Comedy and some of the best players in the U.S.

PORTLAND CIDER HOUSE’S CIDER-MOSA SATURDAY

EVERY SATURDAY – Enjoy a liquid brunch and try a variety of delicious and fun cider-mosas.

HAUNTED PUB TOUR

ALL MONTH – This spine-tingling ghost tour explores Portland’s historic Old Town District, a vibrant area with beautiful 1800’s buildings, cobblestone streets and a wicked past.

PORTLAND ESCAPE ROOMS

ALL MONTH THURSDAY  SUNDAY – Cedar Hills/Beaverton Locations: Real-life room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit. Discount tickets.

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.

SHANROCK’S TRIVIOLOGY

ALL MONTH – Various Portland Locations: Triviology pub quizzes are free to play, last a couple of hours, and are composed of seven short rounds, giving teams instant gratification for their efforts. Team size can range from one – five players, with prizes for everyone on the winning team.

GEEKS WHO DRINK’S PUB QUIZ

ALL MONTH – Anyone can grab a deck of Trivial Pursuit cards and run a “trivia night.” Interactive and beer-soaked pub quiz events all over Portland.

VANCOUVER METRO EVENTS

PAINT YOUR PET

EVERY SUNDAY IN JULY – Email your photo in and the Vancouver Art Space will transfer it onto a canvas, ready for you to paint. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Humane Society of Southwest Washington.

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.

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.

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.

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp
  • Ocean’s 8
  • The First Purge
  • Hereditary
  • No Postage Necessary
  • Sorry to Bother You
  • Under the Tree
  • Whitney
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


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