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Portland Valentines Events 2012. 

Oh baby, love is in the air and we are sweet on hooking you up with all the Portland Valentines Events and Valentines day ideas you'll need to make your Portland Valentines Day truly unforgettable!  Learn about romantic getaways, the most romantic restaurants and romantic local spots to take your sweetie here.

We have a full page dedicated to All Things Portland Valentines Day where we are collecting all the local restaurant events and local area events and even have a list of free stuff for you and your honey...


In our events and ideas list, you'll find upscale, on the thrift and free things to see, eat, give and do. Want to let us know of Valentines Day events in Portland?  Go ahead and add 'em for free to our  Portland events calendar.  Here's a quick peek of what we have amassed so far...keep checking back for new events and please let us know if you want to see one added.  Get the full list of Portland Valentines Day Events here.

 

Portland Valentines Events - Love is Free

A day or weekend trip to any of the following places promises to be a wonderful and romantic experience. Portland and the surrounding areas are beautiful and a great backdrop to any romantic getaway.

Cannon Beach - Hiking through Ecola Park or walking hand in hand on the beach is a lovely way to spend the day.

Forest Park - Enjoy a hike in urban Portland but feel like you're miles and miles away from buildings or cars and sometimes even other people. 5 minutes from downtown Portland, heaven awaits.

Eagle Creek - *five dollar car pass required. A stunning drive into the gorge and a jawdroppingly stunning hike. Go for an hour or many hours deep into the canyon. End the day day with a pizza and beer across the Bridge of the Gods at the Walking Man Brewery.

Multnomah Falls - Just about 15 minutes from Portland, a Portland icon, the massive Multnomah Falls await you. Drink cider and stand below the fall or take a near vertical hike to the very top. Great views. Go early as parking can be a bear.

Bridal Veil - Another famous Portland area waterfall that cannot be missed.

Japanese Garden - Beautiful traditional garden overlooking downtown Portland. *inexpensive and sometimes 2 for 1 coupons are found online or in the Chinook Book

Chinese Garden - A traditional Chinese garden found in urban Old/Town Chinatown. *inexpensive and sometimes 2 for 1 coupons are found online or in the Chinook Book

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden - A gorgeous park with ducks and squirrels you can feed by hand. *admission is free in February

 

MORE events and info at: http://www.portlandneighborhood.com/portland-valentines-events.html

and http://www.portlandneighborhood.com/valentines-day-portland.html

 


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Comment by Dylan Hillerman on February 4, 2012 at 4:39pm

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Valloween

From the production company that brought you Wizard of OZ Aerial Arts and Burlesque
comes a new production: Valloween. Valloween combines Halloween tricks and treats with
Valentine’s Day fancy. Join us as our protagonists Danny and Meredith journey through a
magical land of graveyard monsters and mystical creatures. Our live band consists of Jason
Reichert on guitar, Anthony Bittner on piano, Darren Moore on bass, Kirch Hertel on drums,
and Carmen Everingham on cello will be accompanied by vocalists Verso Vice and Mandy
Stockholm. The live band will interpret old time favorites from Fred Astaire’s ‘Putting on the
Ritz’ to The Sweet’s ‘Ballroom Blitz’ along with original music.

Watch in awe as Russell Bruner and Sugar Kane dazzle you with sweet romance as corpse
bride and groom. Sarah Iverson as a glow-in-the-dark hula hooping mummy will perform an
act you will never forget. Never make a woman angry is a lesson learned from Lark’s fiery
Frankenstein’s Bride. Heart retching performance by Amanda Bazille on straps as an abandoned
paper doll will tug on your heart strings. Enjoy the playfulness of Jolene Dickerson and Petra
Delarocha as Moon and Stars on the static trapeze. Talia Risa contortionist extraordinaire will
enthrall you with strength and grace. Harper Chang and Sara T. Hill as sirens of the sea will
captivate you on a unique silk and lyra combination. Enchanting nymph Emilie Arbaugh will
cast a spell over you from death defying heights on a single rope. Strong man Jon Dutch as
Hercules and lovely assistants will demonstrate the most impossible acrobatic moves.

We invite you to accompany us on this adventure February 11th and 12th, 2012 at the Bossanova
Ballroom, 722 E. Burnside Portland, OR. Doors open at 8:30pm, show starts at 9:30pm. General
admission is $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Limited seating, so come early! Tickets are
available at bossanovaballroom.com.

VIP Lounge also available with premium balcony seating and private bar. A table includes
desserts and a bottle of wine, each table seats up to five people. For further information and
pricing please contact bossanovaballroom.com

Further questions and information please contact:
Harper Chang
Producing Artistic Director
(310)977-8413
harper@amptheater.com
Ticket Prices
VIP Table: min order 4 seats
$50.00
General Admission Seated

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