Bathe in full spectrum lights for your winter vitamin D.Good Guys and Gals wearing white.Art show and silent auction.Last Thursday films by locals.Crater Lake vodka drink specials.Art table for the creatives.Gift certificate for the best Last Thursday t-shirt designed that night.Live music by Side Street Reny.A fundraiser for Friends of Last Thursday to help pay for the services (trash, recycling, security, toilets, etc.) for the monthly event.See More
Come enjoy the only legal fire show in Portland!Rose City Vaudeville and Jpeace Love Circus are at it again with the fourth of a summer season of a very fiery night of circus fire shows taking place at The Vagabond's Theatre on 19th and NE Alberta. Bring your dinner or visit Argentina PDX and enjoy some of the finest fire performers in Portland and beyond, that will not only make you sweat but bring a smile upon your face as well. Get your dessert on at Funnel Cakes and enjoy the fantastic fire…See More
Three times each year, Portland GiveBack hosts a fun art walk event where local art and philanthropy collide. Coinciding with Last Thursday, these events combine great art and a great cause (also, great food and drink!). We’re thrilled to invite you to join us there, because on May 30th, that event will benefit Raphael House of Portland and their work to support families escaping domestic violence!Each Portland GiveBack event welcomes an up-and-coming local artist; this May features Andrea…See More
If you're planning to move in around July, you won't find much before now (mid-May). The housing market is really tight here, so you should be searching in earnest at this point and shouldn't rest until you sign a lease.
Alpenrose Dairy, Oregon's oldest family-owned dairy, is ready once again to welcome families to Dairyville, a Western-themed “town” located right on the 52-acre dairy farm. A Portland tradition for over 50 years, kids and adults flock to the streets of Dairyville during the summer months to explore this fun pioneer exhibit. Visitors can peak into Grandma’s Bakery, the Great Western Bank, the Dairyville School, and the post office. Kids can watch model trains chug through tiny Oregon…See More