...Please join us Downtown on First Thursday for the opening reception of our April show - a beautiful Mid Century Modern-inspired solo show: "CEREAL: a View of Break*Fast", an exhibition of fine, folk art by artist Brian Kappel. In the artist’s first exhibition with Elroy Artspace, Kappel presents a series of vintage-inspired gastronomic ads, icons and brands, as envisioned by him and laser cut from sheets of wood. link here: …See More
"Come on down to THE BITE of Oregon at Waterfront Park today and visit BJ Smith, Executive Chef of my fave downtown restaurant The Original – at the 'Gerry Frank’s Oregon Chef’s Table' - he'll be preparing for you his…"
Oregon is a culinary mecca! The 2010 Bite of Oregon presented by Reser’s Fine Foods celebrates that heritage. New and exciting food features have been added for this years event, there’s more Oregon craft beers, more Oregon wines and talented local and celebrity Chef’s sharing their culinary skills on Sysco’s Oregon Chef Stage. Join us this summer on August 6,7,8 and celebrate all that is Oregon. Plus, you’ll be supporting Special Olympics Oregon too.
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I am the owner/gallerist/curator of Elroy. Elroy is a personification of the efforts by Elroy Artspace Gallery in Portland, OR - a Gallery of Modern Art, and Elroy Art Agency. See more about Elroy here: http://bit.ly/about_Elroy and here: www.ElroyArtspace.com Thanks!
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No matter where I go in the city, I always feel like I'm visiting somewhere unique...
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Pearl District - everything I need within walking distance!
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Jeanne Atkins will speak about her time as Secretary of State and some of the challenges that face Oregonians with the upcoming redistricting in 2020. March is Women’s History Month and Jeanne Atkins made history by successfully implementing the Oregon Motor Voter law, which automatically registers eligible residents to vote, a first in the nation. Jeanne Atkins was the fourth female Secretary of State and the tenth Secretary of State who was appointed to this role. When appointed, she…See More
Experience the Spirit of the Scots! World-class athletics, dance, music, children's games and more! For more than half a century, the Portland Highland Games is a day for sharing Scottish heritage and competition with the community of the greater Portland area on the third Saturday of July. The Portland Highland Games are a fun, family-friendly event with Scottish Highland music, athletics, dancing, piping and drumming competitions, and cultural activities including whiskey tasting. See More
Sophisticated Beads spring jewelry show will be Saturday, May 6th. The event is from 10am to 5pm at the Monarch Hotel, 12566 SE 93rd Avenue, Clackamas, OR.Refreshments, prizes and relaxing shopping experience await guests. Find the perfect gift for that special person for Mother’s Day or unique treasures for yourself!The Sophisticated Beads collection is handcrafted with semi-precious stones accented with a vibrant assortment of gems and sterling silver.Beads On a Mission - One of our specialty…See More
March 10, 2017 at 7:30pm to March 12, 2017 at 2:30pm
The Studio Company Performance, live at TPB's intimate studio theatre, showcases the exquisite dancers of The Portland Ballet's Career Track program. Contemporary and classical works feature the music of Gershwin and Patsy Cline and the choreography of John Clifford, Anne Mueller and BodyVox Co-Artistic Directors, Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland. TPB is also proud and excited to celebrate its ongoing partnership with Kúkátónón Children’s African Dance Troupe, who will perform for the first…See More
The Willamette Women Democrats are pleased to host Thomas Wheatley of Renew Oregon to discuss how Oregon and Oregonians are responding to climate change. Climate change is an urgent challenge that must be addressed on all levels: in our households, in our communities, and in our state, country, and world. Despite the cold weather in Oregon this winter, the Arctic has been unduly warm causing melting permafrost and thinning arctic ice indicating increasing instability in the climate. Clearly, a…See More