Ahoy Portland! No plans for the weekend? Well, the weather promises to be awesome-- upper 70s and sunny. Perfect for the Portland Polish Festival which should be on your calendar for this weekend if it isn't already!
About the Portland Polish Festival:
"The Polish Festival, one of Oregon's premier ethnic events, celebrates it's 15th anniversary Sept. 26-27 on the Polish Library Hall and St. Stanislaus Church grounds at 3916 N. Interstate Ave. Admission… Continue
Saturday, September 26th, 10 am - 5 pm
The festival runs from SE 5oth & Powell to SE 93rd & Foster. There will be a trolly operating all day, bands, children's activities, bouncy inflatables, artist presentations, sidewalk arts & crafts booth, food vendors, and lots of international flavor!
MorphisStudios is sponsoring a Community Arts Booth with hourly presentations from local artists and teachers. There will be kids activities all day (coloring, collaging), and you… Continue
So, i live in a small town in Alaska and plan on moving to Portland when my lease is up in February.
I do not know anyone in Portland or any of the surrounding areas! I have never been to Portland either, the closest i have been is Medford lol.
How hard is it to get a job right now? i know the jobs are pretty limited right now but if you are not picky how hard is it?
What about Apartments? Does anyone know of some good 1 bedroom apartments that are around 700 + utilities? I want… Continue
We just made it in last Sunday from the Bay Area and I couldn't be happier. We are in the NW area and one block north of NE Alberta and life couldn't be better. I'm glad to know that Portland is home to one of the leading Multiple Sclerosis research and treatment centers in the nation- something I'm just finding out. I wont feel so alone with this.
It's getting dark out...so...early...ugh. I found myself over sleeping all this week because it is just darker in my bedroom. My alarm clock broke, and I tend to wake up naturally early anyway...but not this week. This is a sign that our darker (and wetter) months are soon upon us. But have no fear, it isn't too late for more Portland outdoor fun. In fact, you know we have lots of autumn classics in store, like the Maize at the…Continue
Woo boy, it is hot out today. This is that time of year when our Portland weather can mysteriously change overnight. One day it feels like summer time (like today), and the next you could swear that summer is gone forever because it is cool and rainy. I love autumn in Portland, although I am already feeling the nostalgic pang of this summer's past. I love to stroll through the streets of Irvington, which features huge old trees, and watch the leaves change colors. Soon,… Continue
Added by Lorri E. on September 12, 2009 at 9:24am —
I am moving to your city in about and month and have a few questions for members of the community.
I am 32, single, two golden retrievers, looking for place to rent on VERY low budget. Moving to start over after life-shattering event that left me with almost nothing. I am used to a higher quality of life than I will be ablel to provide for myself, but I suppose you have to start somewhere. When I was there last summer for the first htime I fell in love,… Continue
Seeking recommendations for veterinarians in/around Lake Oswego. I have mostly geriatric dogs, so senior canine care is my primary concern. I'll be new in town so your suggestions will be a welcome guide.
Happy Labor Day Weekend! I overslept this morning and woke up to the soft pitter-patter of raindrops falling outside my window, and now that I have already gone out for coffee, I see that it is indeed an overcast and drizzly kind of day out there today, the kind that looks like it might linger for awhile. Like maybe all weekend long. Bummer. If you had planned on outdoor activities today in Portland, you might need to wait until mid-day, when weather.com is promising at least *some* sun… Continue
The Art Co-operative will make a splash into August at the First Thursday Art Walk between 4-6 p.m. on August 2, 2018. Many of the member artists will be present to talk about their latest works and will encourage visitors to express their own creativity by painting a ceramic bisque-fired bowl. Georgie's Ceramic & Clay is sponsoring by providing the raw clay and the rest will be supplied by the Co-op. Once glazed, the bowls will be fired and available for $10 with all proceeds going to…See More
Ages 6-9 • September 15, 22, 29Saturdays • 11:15am - 12:15pm & 12:30pm - 1:30pmLEARN MORE >The Free Pre-Ballet Series introduces young dancers, ages 6-9, to the fundamentals of ballet. These free classes help children decide if ballet is right for them. We welcome all new dancers in this commitment-free, three-class series, with the goal of giving students the basic…See More
Join us for a morning filled with fun activities and giveaways. You’ll have a chance to meet your local health and wellness advocates and participate in games such as ‘Guess Your Muscle Asymmetry’ and ‘Test Your Strength’! This family-friendly activity will have multiple raffles including prizes for yoga, barre and indoor cycling from your favorite studios.See More
Led by Emmy Award-winning choreographers Jamey Hampton & Ashley Roland, BodyVox is known for its visual virtuosity, distinctive wit, and unique ability to combine dance, theater, and film. Elk Cove and our sister winery Pike Road are proud supporters of BodyVox and Elk Cove founder Joe Campbell sits on the dance company’s board of directors. This year we are bringing BodyVox into the vineyard with an outdoor performance – bring your picnic! Saturday, June 306 – 8 pmTickets: $30 …See More
Come to Pairings Portland Wine Shop & Bar June 20 for Nerd Communion, where Portland’s premier award-winning nerdy podcast, Geek in the City, will host a wine tasting and record a live episode of the podcast at 7:00 pm! Just $30 to taste nine wines--three paired to Aaron Duran—also local writer of the La Brujeria comic book series and Welcome to Grizzlydale YA novels—Kaebel Hashitani—who perfectly portrayed Sulu in Portland’s late, lamented Trek in the Park—and Denise Espinoza—an inspiring…See More