Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
I'm a flirty-apron making, singing in the car, writing, pretend-guitar-playing, cookie-baking fool. If you want a flirty-vintage-ruffly apron, I'm your girl. Srsly, I'll sell you one. No, really. Contact me if you want one.
I have tons of new aprons up! And even some on sale! Check it out at LulaDahl.etsy.com! And check out my new creations and occasional giveaways at LulaDahl.Blogspot.com!
What do you love about Portland?
Pretty much everything.
James Taylor, Frou Frou/Imogen Heap, Eisley, Echo Helstrom (Holla!), Wicked Soundtrack, Jump Little Children, and probably some other crap.
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
I love your stuf Beca. I've had a desire to learn how to sew for years, but I've been occupied with the varrious details of leather working and wood carving. I plan to learn how to sew eventually though. This is what I love about arts and crafts, the possibilities are virtually limitless. Keep up the good work. If you have time, check out the pictures that I just uploaded to the site.
Yay! Beca's here!! Thanks for joining. No, Rupert Murdoch does not own this site and I like to pretend that my name is 'Tom'. ;)
Thanks for the Echo holla!!! Hey everyone! She does not 'pretend' play guitar. She plays it for reals. Do you really have a sewing needle in your foot?
Hi, Beca, thanks for visiting the site. Not lovin the "felony flats", huh? Yeah, I kinda don't list that as a "neighborhood" on the site... heh. That's ok, Brooklyn is very cool!
Oooh, I want an apron. Can I get a girly one? I probably need some Portland aprons...that would be fun.
December 17, 2018 at 8:45am to December 28, 2018 at 4:15pm
Don't miss Portland Audubon's Winter Break camp! Whether campers are snowshoeing on Mt. Hood and staying overnight at our new Marmot Cabin, learning the art of candle-making, visiting a wolf sanctuary, or making nature inspired art, our educators are dedicated to helping every camper build an authentic and meaningful relationship with the natural world, all while playing games, making friends and exploring!See More
The award-winning Oregon Sinfonietta, now in its 46th season and conducted by Dr. Donald L. Appert, is a full symphony orchestra of 75+ members that draws together community musicians from the greater Portland metro area. The Sinfonietta performs four free concerts per season. On Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 3:00 pm, the orchestra presents Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No 4. in G Major. Joining the orchestra for this…See More
September 28, 2018 at 12pm to September 30, 2018 at 6pm
Come stock up on delicious wine for the holidays! Here's how it works:• 12 handpicked wines all selling for $12 a bottle• $12 to taste all 12 wines• 12% off EVERY BOTTLE on our shelves• BONUS GIFT: Two tickets to a Food & Wine Pairing Class when you buy 12+ bottlesJoin us:Friday Sept 28--12 to 10 pmSaturday Sept 29--12 to 10 pmSunday Sept 30--12-6 pmSee More
Artistic Portland, a downtown co-operative gallery of 40 local artists, will open its doors for “Art After Dark,” from 6:30 to 9:00 pm, on October 4, 2018. The evening of music, wine, food and art will give the public a chance to meet many of the artists behind the creative work at the gallery. Husband and wife duo The Sweet Peas will play from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, and everyone is welcome to the free event. This summer Artistic Portland celebrated its five-year anniversary at 318 SW Taylor Street,…See More
Homemade refreshments, holiday beverages, prizes and stress free shopping all in one location!Our designs are handcrafted with a vibrant assortment of semi-precious stones accented with Austrian Swarovski crystals, pearls and sterling silver. We design with unique gemstones to create wonderful women’s jewelry that can be worn for a special occasion or every day.Beads On a Mission are two of our jewelry lines that include bracelets in which 10% of the proceeds go to five cancer foundations and…See More
The Art Co-operative will honor the gorgeous Columbia Gorge at the First Thursday Art Walk between 4-6 p.m. on September 6, 2018. The 50-foot frontage windows will artfully play on the mighty Columbia River that helped formed the region. Many of the 40 member artists will be present to talk about their latest works and will again encourage visitors to express their own creativity for free by painting a ceramic bisque-fired bowl. The very popular Community Bowl Project is sponsored by…See More