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September 04

Baby Boomers Social Club Live Music "Drop Dead Red"

Boomers couples and singles,,45 years young and up come out to have fun, meet new people and make friendships. We love music, socializing and dancing to great music from 60's to present. First timers get in for our member pricing of $8 for live music. We've been providing our generation a place to meet and make friends for over 12 years and many friendships and marriages have happened. It is a safe environment and not a meat market. Couples bring their single friends and singles bring their married friends. We all have fun.

Spirit Mountain Presents: Rock & Roll Cowboys

Rock & Roll Cowboys are bringing the spirit of Texas to Spirit Mountain Casino. Put your cowboy boots on, the dance floor is waiting for you!

Funny Over Everything, a stand up showcase

Who - Geoff Tate What - Funny Over Everything, a stand up showcase When - 9/4, doors at 9:15, show at 9:45 Where - Hollywood Theater Cost - $10 at door or online About Geoff - When college doesn’t appeal to you, you can’t find a good job, and you have a hard time passing drug tests, you’re really only left with one career option, stand-up comedy. Geoff Tate discovered this life path only a few short years ago but is already making it work for him. He toured the country as part of the Comedy Central Live Presents and Mike Birbiglia’s Secret Public Journal Live, he appeared at The Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, he’s been on The Bob and Tom Show several times and appeared on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. Geoff “has a knack for mining his own personal history for big laughs” (The Capital Times, Madison, WI) and his style has been compared to the late Mitch Hedberg (The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH).

Sleep Train's School Supply Drive for Foster Kids

Sleep Train (formerly named Sleep Country USA), is striving to ease foster kids’ first-day of school jitters with its School Supply Drive, on now through September 6th. For the Northwest’s nearly 20,000 foster children, going back to school often means starting at a new school with unfamiliar teachers and peers. Having essential classroom tools helps foster kids feel confident and prepared for a successful school year. To lend a helping hand, drop off donations of new school supplies — including backpacks, binders, notebooks, pens and pencils— at any Sleep Train location. For more information or to find the nearest store, please visit www.sleeptrain.com.

September 05

Spirit Mountain Presents: Rock & Roll Cowboys

Rock & Roll Cowboys are bringing the spirit of Texas to Spirit Mountain Casino. Put your cowboy boots on, the dance floor is waiting for you!

Sleep Train's School Supply Drive for Foster Kids

Sleep Train (formerly named Sleep Country USA), is striving to ease foster kids’ first-day of school jitters with its School Supply Drive, on now through September 6th. For the Northwest’s nearly 20,000 foster children, going back to school often means starting at a new school with unfamiliar teachers and peers. Having essential classroom tools helps foster kids feel confident and prepared for a successful school year. To lend a helping hand, drop off donations of new school supplies — including backpacks, binders, notebooks, pens and pencils— at any Sleep Train location. For more information or to find the nearest store, please visit www.sleeptrain.com.

Kickoff to Crush

Join us this Labor Day Weekend, September 5-7th, as we celebrate the bounty of the harvest at over 30 Columbia Gorge wineries. Experience how wine is made and feel the excitement of crush! The air is filled with the smell of ripe grapes as the wineries get started on the crush. Meet local winemakers and learn about winemaking techniques. Each winery offers its own celebratory events with crush activities, special wine releases, discounts, and live music. Fall in love with Gorge wine. 

September 06

Sleep Train's School Supply Drive for Foster Kids

Sleep Train (formerly named Sleep Country USA), is striving to ease foster kids’ first-day of school jitters with its School Supply Drive, on now through September 6th. For the Northwest’s nearly 20,000 foster children, going back to school often means starting at a new school with unfamiliar teachers and peers. Having essential classroom tools helps foster kids feel confident and prepared for a successful school year. To lend a helping hand, drop off donations of new school supplies — including backpacks, binders, notebooks, pens and pencils— at any Sleep Train location. For more information or to find the nearest store, please visit www.sleeptrain.com.

Kickoff to Crush

Join us this Labor Day Weekend, September 5-7th, as we celebrate the bounty of the harvest at over 30 Columbia Gorge wineries. Experience how wine is made and feel the excitement of crush! The air is filled with the smell of ripe grapes as the wineries get started on the crush. Meet local winemakers and learn about winemaking techniques. Each winery offers its own celebratory events with crush activities, special wine releases, discounts, and live music. Fall in love with Gorge wine. 

September 07

Kickoff to Crush

Join us this Labor Day Weekend, September 5-7th, as we celebrate the bounty of the harvest at over 30 Columbia Gorge wineries. Experience how wine is made and feel the excitement of crush! The air is filled with the smell of ripe grapes as the wineries get started on the crush. Meet local winemakers and learn about winemaking techniques. Each winery offers its own celebratory events with crush activities, special wine releases, discounts, and live music. Fall in love with Gorge wine. 

September 08

The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s affects people in varying ways and ripples out to impact the lives of those who interact with them. Understanding what is happening to a person with Alzheimer’s is key to interacting effectively and providing quality care. This class includes information from expert professionals in the field and first-hand accounts from people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. “The Basics” is free, but registration is required. To register, call 800-272-3900.

September 09

Spirit Mountain Presents: Karaoke

Karaoke spins tunes every Wednesday night from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Fans can choose their favorites from a song library of more than 70,000 tracks. We keep the song list updated each month to guarantee all the top hits and classics are available on hand.

City of Tigard and Red Cross Blood Drive at the Tigard Public Library

Red Cross and the City of Tigard are teaming up again to bring a Blood Drive to the Tigard Public Library

September 10

First Light

PGE and TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane will ‘flip the switch’ to activate Tilikum Crossing’s permanent dynamic aesthetic lighting program. Created by artists Doug Hollis and the late Anna Valentina Murch, the program translates the speed, height and temperature of the Willamette River into a beautiful display of lights.

Next to Normal: a Broadway Musical

This production of "Next to Normal" is a completly student run production, and it follows a mother who has worsening bipolar depression and undiagnosed schizophrenia. As the family tries to forget about a past incident, and tries to become normal, they realize that there is no such thing. This is truly an amazing story and something that needs to be shared in the community!

September 11

Next to Normal: a Broadway Musical

This production of "Next to Normal" is a completly student run production, and it follows a mother who has worsening bipolar depression and undiagnosed schizophrenia. As the family tries to forget about a past incident, and tries to become normal, they realize that there is no such thing. This is truly an amazing story and something that needs to be shared in the community!

9/11 Commemoration and Honoring of First Responders and Veterans

The City of Milwaukie will host a solemn recognition of the heroic efforts of first responders and our nation’s armed forces veterans on September 11, and every day on the job.

September 12

TASTE OF NOB HILL

Nob Hill Business Association is pleased to announce our first annual TASTE OF NOB HILL. This event gives us an opportunity to highlight the depth and diversity of our neighborhood showcasing our great restaurants and talented chefs. The event takes place from September 12-17th. As a "Kick Off" to Dining Week, on Saturday and Sunday, September 12-13th, the participating stores will offer "tastings" from featured local restaurants. Monday through Thursday the participating restaurants will offer "special" 3 course meals for $25 or under. In addition to Dining Week meal offerings, we will have a Chef's Challenge event in which the participating restaurants can choose to enter up to two specialty dishes or drinks in one of the following categories: beverage, appetizer, entree, or dessert. Local celebrities will choose a winner in each category. Any interested Nob Hill restaurants or stores please contact Chefruele@me.com or visit http://nwpdxnobhill.com/tasteofnobhill/

Summer in September Jambalaya Festival & BBQ

Join us for the 10th annual Summer in September Jambalaya Festival & BBQ with an authentic Creole Jambalaya meal, live entertainment, children's play area, Nikki Brown Clown and give-aways including bikes, tablet and a tv. Event is free. Meal tickets are $15 each or group of four for $45. Proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels People.

Next to Normal: a Broadway Musical

This production of "Next to Normal" is a completly student run production, and it follows a mother who has worsening bipolar depression and undiagnosed schizophrenia. As the family tries to forget about a past incident, and tries to become normal, they realize that there is no such thing. This is truly an amazing story and something that needs to be shared in the community!

Little Sprouts: Nature Walk & Pressed Flowers

As fall approaches and the leaves begin to turn vibrant colors, we are exploring these changes with our Little Sprouts class. We will take our young gardeners on a nature walk through the garden and see all the changes that are happening. Then we will create beautiful pressed flowers to take home. Registration: Registration required. Call (541) 753-6601 to register. Cost: $7 per child.

What to Do in the Garden: Bulbs and Garlic

Fall is a time for planning and plotting and in What to Do in the Garden we are doing just that. We will share which are the best bulbs and garlic to plant this time of year and the coming month for a spring bloom and a summer harvest.

Serbian Fest 2015 - Portland

Please join us for the 9th Annual Serbian Festival on September 12th & 13th. This is a celebration of food, wine, dance and culture of the Serbian Orthodox people. Delicious Serbian Food: BBQ, Roast Pig and Lamb, Desserts; Live Music, National Dance, Beer and Wine, Kid's Activities...and much more. ALL AGES / FREE EVENT! Saturday, September 12 11am - 10pm Sunday, September 13 11am - 6pm TASTE. EXPERIENCE. DISCOVER. THE CULTURE OF SERBIA.

4th Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference

Following successful marijuana business conferences in Ashland, Eugene, Portland and San Francisco, cannabis business conference producer Alex Rogers has announced the next Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference (OMMBC) which will be held in downtown Portland, Oregon. The event takes place Saturday, September 12, and Sunday, September 13, at the downtown Hilton Portland and will feature top marijuana business owners and political leaders from across Oregon and elsewhere, as well as an exhibit hall for cannabis-related industries. Speakers include: Congressman Earl Blumenauer; Judge Jim Gray; Oregon State Senator Floyd Prozanski; Anthony Johnson, Chief Petitioner of Measure 91 & more!

Founders, Friends, and Faves

Real, true stories told by Portland Story Theater founders Lawrence Howard, Lynne Duddy, and Penny Walter, along with a few very talented Urban Tellers® Warren McPherson, Leigh Hancock, and making his Mainstage debut, John Mink. Musical jazz stylings when the doors open at 7PM by Portland Story Theater's HOUSE BAND: Bamberger, Engel, Hines and Eave. CONNECTION The synchronicities of life can be astounding and our personal narratives define us. But it's not all smooth sailing, is it? Sometimes it's just plain crazy. Like when you burn down the house; drop acid while riding Greyhound; or you turn into Mr. Mom gone wrong or even become Adventure-Boy and find Portland-Girl, but is it true love? Each storyteller, fueled by the POWER OF THEIR STORIES and the ENERGY OF THE AUDIENCE, has a mere 10 minutes to tell their story. Together, tellers and listeners, embark on a shared experience that is a potent blend of vulnerability and heart. The show runs about 2 hours with intermission. Beverages are available for purchase when the doors open at 7 p.m. with wine $6, beer $4 (21+)

Meet Pete the Cat

Pete the Cat will be movin', groovin' and schoolin' on Saturday, September 12th at 10:30 am at MudPuddles Toys & Books! He’ll be autographing books and posing for pictures too!

Walk 4 Alzheimer's

Come join us for our 2015 Walk 4 Alzheimer’s hosted by Alzheimer’s Network on Sept. 12th. It will be a fun filled family friendly day. The day includes a 1K Walk, 5K Walk and a 5K Run. There will be live entertainment, a Family Wellness Fair and free lunch. Call the Alzheimer’s Network to register or to set up a Walk Team at 503-364-8100 All proceeds go to benefit the Alzheimer’s Network, a 501(c)3 non-profit. For more info visit our website: www.alznet.org

Beaverton Flea

ABOUT THE BEAVERTON FLEA The Beaverton Flea is a classic sellers market with a vintage/antique turn. We invite sellers from all over and they bring their awesome goods. You won't find tubesocks and tire chains at this Market, but you will find farm-fresh salvage, metal, industrial, project furniture, art, collectables, tools, clothing, toys and just about anything cool and cheap. Where: At the NEW Beaverton Merchant Hall, 12755 SW Beaverdam Rd, Beaverton OR 97005 Just north of Downtown Beaverton, 2 doors down from Curiosities Vintage Mall and 400 ft south from the Beaverton Central MAX station. When: on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month. Early Bird Entry from 7am-9am ($5 admission.) Regular entry 9am-4pm ($2 admission) Parking for shoppers in Main lot, Northwest lot, Parking garage, and at Curiosities Vintage Mall.

Salem Hardy Plant Society's Annual Fall Plant Show

Salem Hardy Plant Society is sponsoring their largest indoor plant sale. Specialty nurseries offer many plant varieties. New this year: The Garden Shoppe, filled with garden treasures. Free admission, parking, and friendly helping hands.

MAX Orange Line Grand Opening

It's time to catch, and enjoy, the MAX Orange Line! All rides on MAX, TriMet buses, Portland Streetcar and the Aerial Tram will be free on September 12, bringing riders and families from all over the region to a day of adventure and fun. A variety of activities and entertainment will be offered at many of the newly opened MAX Orange Line stations.

September 13

Modified Style Fall Clothing Swap

Modified Style Portland is hosting a fall clothing swap fundraiser on Sunday 9/13 from 3-7pm at Lola’s Room (Crystal Ballroom). We are so thankful to have landed this awesome venue that welcomes all ages while also offering a full bar to supplement your swapping experience! Come join the fun, and please bring a grocery bag full of your gently used, clean, quality clothing and $8 to donate or $12 without a bag of clothing! All proceeds go to the 7th Annual Modified Style Portland Spring Fashion Show. A night full of local designers of all ages, assessed in four categories, showcasing their own innovative design on the runway, all in efforts to raise money for our 2016 Beneficiaries, Project Lemonade and Dress for Success Oregon. https://oregon.dressforsuccess.org/ http://www.projectlemonadepdx.org/ http://www.mcmenamins.com/192-lola-s-room-home Madelinedecotes.com

TASTE OF NOB HILL

Nob Hill Business Association is pleased to announce our first annual TASTE OF NOB HILL. This event gives us an opportunity to highlight the depth and diversity of our neighborhood showcasing our great restaurants and talented chefs. The event takes place from September 12-17th. As a "Kick Off" to Dining Week, on Saturday and Sunday, September 12-13th, the participating stores will offer "tastings" from featured local restaurants. Monday through Thursday the participating restaurants will offer "special" 3 course meals for $25 or under. In addition to Dining Week meal offerings, we will have a Chef's Challenge event in which the participating restaurants can choose to enter up to two specialty dishes or drinks in one of the following categories: beverage, appetizer, entree, or dessert. Local celebrities will choose a winner in each category. Any interested Nob Hill restaurants or stores please contact Chefruele@me.com or visit http://nwpdxnobhill.com/tasteofnobhill/

Serbian Fest 2015 - Portland

Please join us for the 9th Annual Serbian Festival on September 12th & 13th. This is a celebration of food, wine, dance and culture of the Serbian Orthodox people. Delicious Serbian Food: BBQ, Roast Pig and Lamb, Desserts; Live Music, National Dance, Beer and Wine, Kid's Activities...and much more. ALL AGES / FREE EVENT! Saturday, September 12 11am - 10pm Sunday, September 13 11am - 6pm TASTE. EXPERIENCE. DISCOVER. THE CULTURE OF SERBIA.

4th Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference

Following successful marijuana business conferences in Ashland, Eugene, Portland and San Francisco, cannabis business conference producer Alex Rogers has announced the next Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference (OMMBC) which will be held in downtown Portland, Oregon. The event takes place Saturday, September 12, and Sunday, September 13, at the downtown Hilton Portland and will feature top marijuana business owners and political leaders from across Oregon and elsewhere, as well as an exhibit hall for cannabis-related industries. Speakers include: Congressman Earl Blumenauer; Judge Jim Gray; Oregon State Senator Floyd Prozanski; Anthony Johnson, Chief Petitioner of Measure 91 & more!

September 14

TASTE OF NOB HILL

Nob Hill Business Association is pleased to announce our first annual TASTE OF NOB HILL. This event gives us an opportunity to highlight the depth and diversity of our neighborhood showcasing our great restaurants and talented chefs. The event takes place from September 12-17th. As a "Kick Off" to Dining Week, on Saturday and Sunday, September 12-13th, the participating stores will offer "tastings" from featured local restaurants. Monday through Thursday the participating restaurants will offer "special" 3 course meals for $25 or under. In addition to Dining Week meal offerings, we will have a Chef's Challenge event in which the participating restaurants can choose to enter up to two specialty dishes or drinks in one of the following categories: beverage, appetizer, entree, or dessert. Local celebrities will choose a winner in each category. Any interested Nob Hill restaurants or stores please contact Chefruele@me.com or visit http://nwpdxnobhill.com/tasteofnobhill/

September 15

TASTE OF NOB HILL

Nob Hill Business Association is pleased to announce our first annual TASTE OF NOB HILL. This event gives us an opportunity to highlight the depth and diversity of our neighborhood showcasing our great restaurants and talented chefs. The event takes place from September 12-17th. As a "Kick Off" to Dining Week, on Saturday and Sunday, September 12-13th, the participating stores will offer "tastings" from featured local restaurants. Monday through Thursday the participating restaurants will offer "special" 3 course meals for $25 or under. In addition to Dining Week meal offerings, we will have a Chef's Challenge event in which the participating restaurants can choose to enter up to two specialty dishes or drinks in one of the following categories: beverage, appetizer, entree, or dessert. Local celebrities will choose a winner in each category. Any interested Nob Hill restaurants or stores please contact Chefruele@me.com or visit http://nwpdxnobhill.com/tasteofnobhill/

Author J.A. Jance

Back by popular demand, Tuesday, September 15th at 2:00pm. Top ten New York Times bestselling author J.A. Jance. Free event open to the public.

September 16

Portland Sales Hiring Event

Portland Professional Career Event - Sales & Management Specific HireLive is a national career service company specializing in Sales, Retail and Management Career Fairs, and has more than a decade of experience in connecting job seekers with industry leading companies that are currently hiring. This is your opportunity to interview face to face with 15+ Fortune 500 and Industry Leading companies seeking talented, experienced and enthusiastic sales, retail and management candidates. Many of the companies we work with offer some/all of the following: -Base + Uncapped Commission Pay Structure -Flexible Work Schedule -Full Benefits, 401K, Stock Options -Company Car or Gas Allowances -President Club Trips & Other Incentives -Opportunity for Immense Growth -$70k+ 1st Yr Salaries Meet With Hiring Managers September 16th! PORTLAND Wednesday, September 16th 9:00am – 12:30pm Hilton Portland & Executive Tower 921 SW Sixth Avenue Portland, OR 97204 Parking: $10 Fixed Rate

TASTE OF NOB HILL

Nob Hill Business Association is pleased to announce our first annual TASTE OF NOB HILL. This event gives us an opportunity to highlight the depth and diversity of our neighborhood showcasing our great restaurants and talented chefs. The event takes place from September 12-17th. As a "Kick Off" to Dining Week, on Saturday and Sunday, September 12-13th, the participating stores will offer "tastings" from featured local restaurants. Monday through Thursday the participating restaurants will offer "special" 3 course meals for $25 or under. In addition to Dining Week meal offerings, we will have a Chef's Challenge event in which the participating restaurants can choose to enter up to two specialty dishes or drinks in one of the following categories: beverage, appetizer, entree, or dessert. Local celebrities will choose a winner in each category. Any interested Nob Hill restaurants or stores please contact Chefruele@me.com or visit http://nwpdxnobhill.com/tasteofnobhill/

September 17

TASTE OF NOB HILL

Nob Hill Business Association is pleased to announce our first annual TASTE OF NOB HILL. This event gives us an opportunity to highlight the depth and diversity of our neighborhood showcasing our great restaurants and talented chefs. The event takes place from September 12-17th. As a "Kick Off" to Dining Week, on Saturday and Sunday, September 12-13th, the participating stores will offer "tastings" from featured local restaurants. Monday through Thursday the participating restaurants will offer "special" 3 course meals for $25 or under. In addition to Dining Week meal offerings, we will have a Chef's Challenge event in which the participating restaurants can choose to enter up to two specialty dishes or drinks in one of the following categories: beverage, appetizer, entree, or dessert. Local celebrities will choose a winner in each category. Any interested Nob Hill restaurants or stores please contact Chefruele@me.com or visit http://nwpdxnobhill.com/tasteofnobhill/

Mercy Killers at Portland's Alberta Rose Theater

Join us for this acclaimed one-man show written and performed by Michael Milligan. The show is presented by Health Care for All Oregon, and will include a post-show conversation about efforts to enact single payer, universal health insurance in Oregon. Proceeds benefit Health Care for All Oregon.

The 2015 Fall RV & Van Show

Portland’s largest Fall Recreational Vehicle Show, the Fall RV & Van Show, sponsored by TwinStar Credit Union, is back this September 17 through 20. This year’s event has plenty of Oregon’s top manufacturers and dealers of RVs - all at the Portland Expo Center. See an exceptional variety of class A, B and C motor homes, 5th wheels, campers, tent trailers, sport utility trailers, tow vehicles, accessories and so much more. RV sales are up, and more and more people are heading out on the open road, according to the Recreation Vehicle Association. And for those wanting to upgrade their RV, or begin their RV adventure – there is only one place to be – the 32nd Annual Portland Fall RV & Van Show! The 2015 Fall RV & Van Show boasts the largest selections of RVs and manufacturer unveilings in the Northwest, featuring top national and local brands. Destination experts will offer attendees a wealth of information on local and regional RV Parks and the more than 16,000 camping location across the country. You can you see plenty of regionally manufactured RVs, the top national brands and pre-owned RV units on site. Fall is one of the best times of the year to make deals and negotiate pricing. The Fall RV & Van Show will have destination experts, on-site financing by TwinStar Credit Union and travel resources galore - making this one of the top RV consumer shows in the Northwest. Also, look for single point manufacturers onsite (think factory direct sales) for the utmost in service, design and amenity choices. The RV & Van Show will take place Thursday - Saturday, September 17-19 from 11am to 8pm and Sunday, September 20 from 11am to 6pm. Admission is free for children 12 and under and $10 for adults. For more information, please visit www.OTshows.com. See you at the show!

Dennis' 7 Dees Annual Charity Golf Tournament benefiting Human Solutions

Dennis' 7 Dees is committed to supporting Human Solutions' efforts to provide emergency shelter and services to hundreds of homeless families in the greater Portland area. Join us September 17th at Langdon Farms for a fun-filled day - great golf, games and prizes. Your entry fee includes 18-holes, continental breakfast, lunch, cart, and much more!

Effective Communication Strategies for Alzheimer's

Communication is more than just talking and listening — it’s also about sending and receiving messages through attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and body language. As people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias progress in their journey and the ability to use words is lost, families need new ways to connect. Join the Alzheimer’s Association Oregon Chapter to explore how communication takes place when someone has Alzheimer’s, learn to decode the verbal and behavioral messages delivered by someone with dementia, and identify strategies to help you connect and communicate at each stage of the disease. This class is free, but registration is required. To register, call 800-272-3900.

September 18

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

Spirit Mountain Presents: Ron White

America's most beloved comedian Ron White is coming to Spirit Mountain Casino not for one, but two nights of fun! The Grammy-nominated comedian from “Blue Collar Comedy” will have you in tears (of laughter!) with his razor-sharp humor. For a VIP experience, book the "200 Proof" Package with post-show Q&A and photo with Ron White, and much more! Charlie Chaplin said it best, “A day without laughter is a day wasted.” So book your tickets today for two evenings of laughter with Ron “Tater Salad” White.

Baby Boomers Social Club Live Music "Hyatus Band"

Boomers couples and singles, 45 years young and up come out to have fun with friends, make new friends and socialize and dance in a safe environoment which is not a meat market. If you are a first timer you get our member pricing of $8 for live music. We've been providing our generation a place to meet, make friends, our music and more for over 12 years and many friendships and marriages have happened. See you there.

Annual Northwest Advanced Practice Providers Oncology Summit

September 18-19, 2015 at the Residence Inn-Pearl District Course Overview: The goal of this two day summit is to enable Advance Practice Providers who are actively engaged in oncology care to incorporate the latest findings from clinical practice research and recommendations from evidence-based guidelines into their practice.

September 19

"Monsters Under Bridges" Reading in Multnomah Village

Join Umpqua Bank and the author and illustrators of "Monsters Under Bridges" for a special reading at Umpqua’s Multnomah Village store. The playful picture book features misunderstood monsters and the Pacific Northwest bridges they call home. In addition to the reading, Umpqua will celebrate the introduction of five new Portland bridge monsters, inspired by the book and Portland’s iconic bridges. The reading will feature: • Author Rachel Roelke Coddington • Illustrators Josh Kenyon and Colby Nichols • A copy of the book and a set of collectable bike spoke cards of the five new monsters for young readers to take home Space is limited, so be sure to "join" the Facebook event to reserve your spot.

Handful Hosts Pink Toga Party to Benefit Consano on Sept. 19

Handful, an active lifestyle apparel company based in Portland, Ore., will on Sept. 19 host its annual Pink Toga Party to celebrate breast cancer survivors and raise funds for Consano. As part of its mission, Handful is a mastectomy bra option for women who have had breast removal as they battle cancer. In addition to hosting mastectomy consultations and fittings, the company donates a portion of proceeds from Battle Cry Pink bra sales to Consano’s breast cancer research projects. The Pink Toga Party brings together breast cancer survivors and supporters for an evening of fun while contributing to breast cancer research efforts. Together with Sidnie Redding and the Diva Den Studio dancers, DJ Gregarious will provide the entertainment, and all ticket sales will support Targeted Therapy for Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

Impact Nw Annual Garden Party

Impact NW's Annual Garden Party is a delightful occasion to enjoy all the best the Northwest has to offer. The event features fresh from the farm cuisine, a beautiful garden setting, live and silent auctions, local wines and beers. Most importantly, the Garden Party is an opportunity for businesses and community leaders and caring individuals to come together to support Impact NW's mission to help people prosper through a community of support. We hope you will join us!

8th Annual Willamette Living History Tour

Watch, as history comes to life in this hour long guided walking tour through the National Registry historic district. Over 100 costumed actors recreate life over a century ago through vignettes from the 1913 Town of Willamette. West Linn's 2015 Willamette Living History Tour: An Evening in Willamette 1913 takes place on Saturday, September 19, 2015. Tickets are $20 each. www.willamettelivinghistory.org

Spirit Mountain Presents: Ron White

America's most beloved comedian Ron White is coming to Spirit Mountain Casino not for one, but two nights of fun! The Grammy-nominated comedian from “Blue Collar Comedy” will have you in tears (of laughter!) with his razor-sharp humor. For a VIP experience, book the "200 Proof" Package with post-show Q&A and photo with Ron White, and much more! Charlie Chaplin said it best, “A day without laughter is a day wasted.” So book your tickets today for two evenings of laughter with Ron “Tater Salad” White.

Treasures in the Attic

TREASURES IN THE ATTIC Quilt Show, Appraisal Faire, & Vintage Market. Saturday, September 19, from 9am-5pm, at the Yamhill Valley Heritage Center, McMinnville. The day includes a quilt show of over 100 quilts from the Yamhill County Historical Society and local quilt guilds and related presentations, antique experts giving oral evaluations (the Yamhill County Historical Society’s version of “Antiques Roadshow”), antiques and collectibles vendors, food and music. Admission is $3, free for kids 12 and under, free parking, all booths and displays under cover. Oral evaluations of vintage items $5 per item. Yamhill Valley Heritage Center, 11275 SW Durham Lane, McMinnville (intersection of Hwy. 18 and Durham Ln., 1 mi. west of Lowe’s on Hwy. 18). For more info, call 503-434-0490 or go to www.yamhillcountyhistory.org.

September 20

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

Portland Revels Autumn Equinox Pub Sing

Revels seasonal pub sings are for anyone who loves to sing. They evolved out of the impromptu gatherings of cast members who wanted to keep singing after rehearsals or performances. Now they’ve grown to include any and all that love to sing, recite poems or just sit around with a pint and a burger and enjoy the company of friends. The Autumn Equinox is when we start to feel the seasons change. To observe the challenges brought by the colder months to come, the Portland Revels will be collecting food for a local food bank at this Pub Sing. We are excited to be partnering with Lift Urban Portland, whose mission is to reduce hunger and improve the lives of low-income residents of Northwest and Downtown Portland. Tickets are $10 per person. Bring two cans of food to benefit Lift Urban Portland and get in for $5, or bring in three cans and get in for free. Half of all proceeds from this pub sing will go to Lift Urban Portland’s fund to purchase much needed food for the hungry and homeless.

September 21

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

September 22

"Monsters Under Bridges" Reading in Sellwood

Join Umpqua Bank and the author and illustrators of "Monsters Under Bridges" for a special reading at Umpqua’s Sellwood store. The playful picture book features misunderstood monsters and the Pacific Northwest bridges they call home. In addition to the reading, Umpqua will celebrate the introduction of five new Portland bridge monsters, inspired by the book and Portland’s iconic bridges. The reading will feature: • Author Rachel Roelke Coddington • Illustrators Josh Kenyon and Colby Nichols • A copy of the book and a set of collectable bike spoke cards of the five new monsters for young readers to take home Space is limited, so be sure to "join" the Facebook event to reserve your spot.

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

September 23

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

September 24

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

September 25

King City EXPO

This is the fourth annual King City EXPO. This year we have 75 local vendors that serve not only the Tigard area but all of Portland. This is not just a senior fair but an event that is for all ages with vendors that range from make-up artist, nail care, theater, and senior care. Free food and beverages will be available throughout the day. Period music will be played throughout the day.

Thomas Lauderdale in Concert

Classical Piano Thomas Lauderdale of Pink Martini will open the Walters concert series with two special solo piano performances highlighting his riveting talent as a classical pianist. A Northwest favorite, Lauderdale has performed on national and international concert stages from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl and Royal Albert Hall. Don’t miss this opportunity to catch one or both of these memorable performances by one of Portland’s most well-loved musicians—along with special guests—in the intimate Walters theatre. www.pinkmartini.com www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb5zSRZvRKU

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

September 26

Fall Festival & Children's Book Sale

Saturday, September 26th from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Handmade crafts, baked goods, gift baskets, children & young adult books for 50 cents. All proceeds go to support the Cannon Beach Library.

St Josef's Winery Grapestomping Festival- the 33rd annual!

On Saturday, September 26th and Sunday, September 27th, St Josef’s Winery will be celebrating its 33rd Annual Grapestomping Festival. This is the Northwest’s Original Wine Harvest Event. Before there were micro brews and Starbucks in Oregon, there was the St Josef’s Grapestomping Festival! St Josef’s originated their iconic harvest festival back in 1983 when there were less than 30 wineries in Oregon. Proprietors, Josef & Lilli who emigrated from Germany, wanted to pass on a little bit of the harvest spirit to the burgeoning Oregon wine industry. Since running a vineyard and winery is a lot hard work, they believed it was important to start the busy “crush” season off with a lighthearted approach. With lively music, local foods and of course, stomping grapes in a barrel. It has grown to stomping in a 1200 gallon Oak barrel that holds the equivalent 3,000 bottles of wine, music imported from Bavaria and house made foods in a casual, relaxed European atmosphere. In addition to Grapestomping contests held throughout the day, the ‘Original Donaumusikanten’ a great six-piece German Band from Ulm, Bavaria will be performing from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Over 400 lbs of special St Josef’s German sausages & homemade sauerkraut will be served, along with other locally made foods. New vintages and special reserve wines will be available by the glass plus tours with the winemaker and tastings will occur throughout the day.

Vintage Baseball Game

ALHFAM (The Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums) and the Yamhill Valley Heritage Center are hosting a Vintage Baseball Game on Saturday, September 26th from 11-1. It will take place at the Heritage Center in McMinnville. Come see our American pastime as it was played in the 1860s. The Continentals from Vancouver, WA will play our local Heritage team—as yet unnamed. If you would like to join our team, please contact Gloria Lutz at glutz@onlinemac.com. Dave Rucker is the captain of our team. If you would like to be a crank (spectator) and politely harass the arbitrator (the umpire) please join us on Saturday the 26th! Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted. Food will be available for purchase from the Ribslayer.

TTJ Open House and Martial Arts Demonstration with Free Classes

Open House for all ages: 12:00noon free Little Dragons class for 4-6yrs; 1:00pm Martial Arts Demo; 2:00pm free kids 6 and up Self Defense Class; 3:00pm free T'ai Chi Demo and class for adults and ages14 and up - prize drawings at end of each schedule event. Bring the family and come join us for fun and some free valuable knowledge.

The Cabinet of Caligari - Classic Horror silent picture

Starting our fall and Halloween horror silent film series, the Columbia Theatre Organ Society and the Hollywood Theatre present the 1920 German silent picture “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari”. Horror films were filmmaking standard fare long before the current crop of slasher and vampire genres. The Saturday 2:00 pm matinee features live Unit Orchestra accompaniment with a special score created for this showing by Dean Lemire, playing the Beverly Ruth Nelson memorial organ. Enjoy the air conditioned splendor of the Hollywood theatre, along with concessions and fresh pizza from the theatre’s “pie hole”.

Thomas Lauderdale in Concert

Classical Piano Thomas Lauderdale of Pink Martini will open the Walters concert series with two special solo piano performances highlighting his riveting talent as a classical pianist. A Northwest favorite, Lauderdale has performed on national and international concert stages from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl and Royal Albert Hall. Don’t miss this opportunity to catch one or both of these memorable performances by one of Portland’s most well-loved musicians—along with special guests—in the intimate Walters theatre. www.pinkmartini.com www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb5zSRZvRKU

La Luna Nueva

Multicultural arts festival Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

September 27

Landscape Basics Part 2 - “Fleshing it Out”

Join us as Lee Powell, landscape architect (PLA#288), completes the second half of Landscape Basics. In April, Lee shared design basics on how to create the structural foundation of your landscape. In Fleshing it Out, Lee will share how to complete the design by filling in with shrubs, groundcovers, perennials, bulbs and garden art. If you missed the April class, not to worry, this class will be just as informative as a stand-alone.

St Josef's Winery Grapestomping Festival- the 33rd annual!

On Saturday, September 26th and Sunday, September 27th, St Josef’s Winery will be celebrating its 33rd Annual Grapestomping Festival. This is the Northwest’s Original Wine Harvest Event. Before there were micro brews and Starbucks in Oregon, there was the St Josef’s Grapestomping Festival! St Josef’s originated their iconic harvest festival back in 1983 when there were less than 30 wineries in Oregon. Proprietors, Josef & Lilli who emigrated from Germany, wanted to pass on a little bit of the harvest spirit to the burgeoning Oregon wine industry. Since running a vineyard and winery is a lot hard work, they believed it was important to start the busy “crush” season off with a lighthearted approach. With lively music, local foods and of course, stomping grapes in a barrel. It has grown to stomping in a 1200 gallon Oak barrel that holds the equivalent 3,000 bottles of wine, music imported from Bavaria and house made foods in a casual, relaxed European atmosphere. In addition to Grapestomping contests held throughout the day, the ‘Original Donaumusikanten’ a great six-piece German Band from Ulm, Bavaria will be performing from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Over 400 lbs of special St Josef’s German sausages & homemade sauerkraut will be served, along with other locally made foods. New vintages and special reserve wines will be available by the glass plus tours with the winemaker and tastings will occur throughout the day.

Spirit Mountain Presents: Fall Fest - Craft Beer & Chili Cookoff

Don't miss Fall Fest - Craft Beer & Chili Cookoff at Spirit Mountain Casino on Sunday, September 27th! Free admission, $1 beer tokens, free chili samples & a free festival glass with any token purchase. What a perfect day to spend your Sunday!

October 01

9th Annual Women's Leadership Luncheon

Each year over 550 of Oregon's top leaders join to celebrate and support another year of the emerging leadership stories of girls and women. Make sure you are among them this year by being a sponsor or purchasing a ticket, because we know that given the opportunity and training she will lead for a lifetime.

October 03

St. Francis Feast Day Animal Blessing

OUR LADY OF THE LAKE ANIMAL BLESSING will be held Saturday, October 3rd at 10:00 AM; rain, under the Parish Center covering, or shine, in the grass area between the Church and the Parish Center. All God’s creatures are welcome. Our special guest will be Archbishop John Vlazny! If for any reason your pet is unable to attend, please bring a picture of them or their collar and we will pray for peace and/or healing for them. Those without pets may bring a stuffed animal if they wish.

American Grown Flower's Field to Vase Dinner

On Saturday, October 3rd, fans of local flowers will gather in Aurora, Oregon, at Oregon Flowers Inc., where we'll celebrate seasonal flowers and delicious regional food and beverages. The Field to Vase Dinner Tour and the Meskers Family welcome you to Oregon Flowers Inc., a Certified American Grown Farm located just outside Portland.

Cirque de la Lune

Cirque de la Lune Donna and Hannah Bontrager, choreographer-producers WITH LIVE MUSIC: TROUPE CARNIVALE, BETTY & THE BOY, MOOD AREA 52 + INTERNATIONAL GUEST CIRCUS ARTIST RAYMOND SILOS Escape to the world of a traveling troupe of 1930’s Depression-era circus performers—and see what happens in the hour before the circus begins—in choreographer-producers Donna Marisa and Hannah Bontrager’s all-original Cirque de la Lune. In this ballet filled with the exotic and unexpected, Donna and Hannah bring the dramatic dancers of Ballet Fantastique together with three guest folk orchestras—and international guest circus artist Raymond Silos. Don’t miss the texture, illusion, faded grandeur, and romance of the “Cirque,” set to the unruly, poignant original music of Troupe Carnivàle, Mood Area 52, and Betty and the Boy. The web page to see more information and to purchase tickets: http://www.balletfantastique.org/company/event-cirque.php.

Alpaca Harvest Fest

Help EasyGo Farm and Alpacas of Oregon celebrate our bountiful harvest of colorful alpacas and beautiful fleece. Get up close to the alpacas - hand feed them and meet the females, herdsires, and "fiber boys" - less expensive alpacas for fiber artists, companions, pasture mowers... Shop for sweaters, gloves, scarves, and more - this is your chance to do some early holiday shopping. Knitters and handspinners (and those with fiber artists on their gift lists) will find fleece and yarn, some dyed and some in one of the alpaca’s many natural colors. Enter the drawing for a gift certificate in the Barn Store. Or make your own gift - learn to felt an alpaca scarf. Phone Suzanne 503-348-6954 to reserve your spot. $75 covers instruction and materials. If you're curious about starting a fiber farm or breeding fiber animals - sheep, goats, alpacas, llamas - we've raised them all and love to talk about them. Chat with long-time breeders in a no-pressure atmosphere about the alpaca business and raising alpacas. When you're ready to buy, both farms offer alpacas for sale and boarding options. We have great deals on females with free breedings or rebreedings - discounts for purchases of two or more. The farm is located at 21345 SW Aebischer Rd in Sherwood, Oregon, just off Hwy 99. We'll be open from 10am till 4pm, Saturday and Sunday. For more info, visit www.easygofarm.net/AOOHarvestfest.

World of Speed to Host Engine Theory and Design Class on Oct. 3

World of Speed museum, a nonprofit motorsports museum in Wilsonville, Ore., will on Oct. 3 host an all day class detailing the theory and design of car engines, providing auto enthusiasts with a deeper understanding of the inner workings of high performance cars. World of Speed’s theory and design class will be taught by Allen Osborne, an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) master technician with an extensive work experience on an engine dyno. The class will cover horsepower and torque for your application, choosing the proper bore and stroke, setting up and selecting the right camshaft, accurate dyno testing and tuning, the relationship between camshafts and turbocharging, rod ratio and its effect on torque, cylinder design characteristics, engine lubrication systems, calculating proper air/fuel ratios and common issues and tricks of high performance tuning.

October 04

Alpaca Harvest Fest

Help EasyGo Farm and Alpacas of Oregon celebrate our bountiful harvest of colorful alpacas and beautiful fleece. Get up close to the alpacas - hand feed them and meet the females, herdsires, and "fiber boys" - less expensive alpacas for fiber artists, companions, pasture mowers... Shop for sweaters, gloves, scarves, and more - this is your chance to do some early holiday shopping. Knitters and handspinners (and those with fiber artists on their gift lists) will find fleece and yarn, some dyed and some in one of the alpaca’s many natural colors. Enter the drawing for a gift certificate in the Barn Store. Or make your own gift - learn to felt an alpaca scarf. Phone Suzanne 503-348-6954 to reserve your spot. $75 covers instruction and materials. If you're curious about starting a fiber farm or breeding fiber animals - sheep, goats, alpacas, llamas - we've raised them all and love to talk about them. Chat with long-time breeders in a no-pressure atmosphere about the alpaca business and raising alpacas. When you're ready to buy, both farms offer alpacas for sale and boarding options. We have great deals on females with free breedings or rebreedings - discounts for purchases of two or more. The farm is located at 21345 SW Aebischer Rd in Sherwood, Oregon, just off Hwy 99. We'll be open from 10am till 4pm, Saturday and Sunday. For more info, visit www.easygofarm.net/AOOHarvestfest.

La Salle Prep Open House

Experience La Salle Prep! Once a year we open our doors to hundreds of visitors. You and your family are invited to take a tour of our beautiful campus and state-of-the-art facilities. -Walk through our bright, engaging and interactive classrooms. -Meet our outstanding educators - teachers who love what they do. =Meet our President and Principal and learn about their leadership and vision. -Listen as student leaders share their personal stories about La Salle – ask questions and learn for yourself what makes a Lasallian education special. -Hear about our service activities, immersion trips, and travel opportunities. -Understand what our iPad 1:1 education means for you. -Meet our coaches and student athletes. Check out our championship banners and imagine yourself as a Falcon! Come see for yourself – La Salle is a special community and we want to welcome you to our family!

October 08

Portland, OR: Problem Kid Problem-Solver Workshops

Got problem kids? This class is the problem-kid problem-solver for counselors, child protection workers, social workers, justice workers, foster parents, psychologists, residential care workers, teachers, and special educators.

October 09

Portland, OR: Problem Kid Problem-Solver Workshops

Got problem kids? This class is the problem-kid problem-solver for counselors, child protection workers, social workers, justice workers, foster parents, psychologists, residential care workers, teachers, and special educators.

October 10

Beaverton Flea

ABOUT THE BEAVERTON FLEA The Beaverton Flea is a classic sellers market with a vintage/antique turn. We invite sellers from all over and they bring their awesome goods. You won't find tubesocks and tire chains at this Market, but you will find farm-fresh salvage, metal, industrial, project furniture, art, collectables, tools, clothing, toys and just about anything cool and cheap. Where: At the NEW Beaverton Merchant Hall, 12755 SW Beaverdam Rd, Beaverton OR 97005 Just north of Downtown Beaverton, 2 doors down from Curiosities Vintage Mall and 400 ft south from the Beaverton Central MAX station. When: on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month. Early Bird Entry from 7am-9am ($5 admission.) Regular entry 9am-4pm ($2 admission) Parking for shoppers in Main lot, Northwest lot, Parking garage, and at Curiosities Vintage Mall.

October 11

A Classic Affair in Wonderland Bridal Event

Presale tickets- $5 At Door- $7 Email aclassicaffairpdx@gmail.com with any questions Visit www.aclassicaffairpdx.com to buy tickets and for more event details. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting September 1, 2015. A Classic Affair in Wonderland is a Bridal Event bringing together local innovative vendors with couples who are in search of ways to make their wedding day beautiful and uniquely their own. Join us at Gray Gables Estate for a Wonderland Garden Party. Explore the stunning grounds while mixing with talented vendors who offer a variety of services to complete your big day. Draw inspiration from style scenes throughout the event. Sample tasty tidbits from amazing caterers and bakers. You may even recognize some from their appearances on Food Network. Planning a bachelor/bachelorette party? You’re sure to find some intriguing ideas. Create your own signature tea at the tea bar. Participate in workshops and play lawn games with your friends while jugglers entertain you.

October 13

In Her Shoes: Empowerment Breakfast

Dress for Success Oregon’s annual fall fundraiser draws together business, civic and social leaders. This year we will hear from a panel of clients, employment specialists and advocates on concrete ways employers can create a space to help women who are struggling not only arrive but thrive in the workplace. Our discussion will focus on supporting each other across racial, economic and gender lines in the workplace.

In Her Shoes: Training Workshop

Following Dress for Success Oregon’s Empowerment Breakfast, we will be offering a training workshop for your company’s HR , supervisory and management staff: Job Retention: The Next Frontier in a Tightening Labor Market. Drawing on the experiences of our client base, this training will provide expert insight into what works when it comes to retaining workers who come from diverse backgrounds and circumstances.

October 14

Bravo! Live

The leading meeting & event industry expo for Oregon & Southwest Washington! Meet the experts, connect with industry colleagues and book all your business in one location. - Connect with over 1,500 event planners - Admissions is complimentary to qualified planners - Receive a free copy of the new 2016 Event Guide

October 16

Rio Con Brio in Concert

Brazilian/Classical Guitar & Mandolin Rio Con Brio captivates audiences around the country with their virtuosic guitar and mandolin playing. Mike Burdette and Tim Connell’s finesse and passion in their playing shines through in their music and in the deep connection to their audience. The evening is a delightful tour of European and New World music as told by two soulful, intelligent, modern musicians. Hailing from the Northwest, the duo performs a beautiful intersection of Brazilian rhythm, classical technique and jazz improvisation. Influenced by equal parts Afro-Brazilian rhythms and the contemporary cafe music of Italy, France, Spain and Portugal, the music is both exotic and familiar, evoking the carnival of Rio and the cafes of Paris. Tickets: $15 advance / $20 day of show Doors open at 6:30 pm. Concert is general seating. www.rioconbrio.net https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDCDHQHJy6w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deNUwsKtAig

October 17

Washington County Open Studios Tour

FREE tour of 41 artists' studios and 2 galleries October 17 and 18 from 11am to 5pm all over suburban and rural Washington County. FREE Tour map and info online at washcoart.org

18th Annual Dog Show on the Beach

Dogs and their owners come together for friendly canine competition in Cannon Beach. Pooches from around the Northwest will compete in various categories including: Cutest Puppy, Best Frisbee Catch, Best Costume and Owner Look-alike. The day includes a Hot Dog Roast on the beach for lunch. Proceeds go to the Clatsop County Animal Shelter. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with the first event starting at 10 a.m.

October 22

Disney On Ice presents Frozen

Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination at Disney On Ice presents Frozen Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt. The heart-warming, Academy Award®-winning tale that has captivated the world is now told LIVE and skating into Portland for the first time ever!

October 23

COMMITTED 2015

COMMITTED! is not a traditional "trade show"; it is more like a party! Designed to be relaxed, casual and to scream of Portland originality, COMMITTED! is a montage of exhibitors in one big celebration - much like a wedding! The design of this event includes: cash bar, passed canapes, a live DJ, three alternative fashion shows, numerous style scenes, lounge areas, dimmed lighting and bold colorful decorations! At COMMITTED! you will meet a diverse array of couples all set on having their most perfect custom wedding! This is the chance for exhibitors to pull out all the stops and do something different.

Disney On Ice presents Frozen

Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination at Disney On Ice presents Frozen Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt. The heart-warming, Academy Award®-winning tale that has captivated the world is now told LIVE and skating into Portland for the first time ever!

Naomi Wachira in Concert

Folk Lauded in 2013 as Best Folk Singer in Seattle, Naomi Wachira is an artist of formidable talent and heart. Seattle Music Insider notes how her performances “are marked by her strong stage presence, storytelling and enduring smile.” Inspiring devoted fans in the music community right from the start, Wachira’s debut album was produced by well-known indie musician Damien Jurado. Her music is a melding of rich sources from her childhood in Kenya, her Northwest home, and such American inspirations as Tracy Chapman and Miriam Makeba. Her music and songwriting brings together harmonies that speak across continents and cultures. Don’t miss this opportunity to see one of the region’s most celebrated folk artists, and a rising star on the international music scene. Tickets: $14 advance / $18 day of show Doors open at 6:30 pm. Seating is general admission. www.naomiwachira.com www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJMBubNUr1s www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbMlqCzSXzE

October 24

Disney On Ice presents Frozen

Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination at Disney On Ice presents Frozen Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt. The heart-warming, Academy Award®-winning tale that has captivated the world is now told LIVE and skating into Portland for the first time ever!

October 25

Disney On Ice presents Frozen

Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination at Disney On Ice presents Frozen Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt. The heart-warming, Academy Award®-winning tale that has captivated the world is now told LIVE and skating into Portland for the first time ever!

October 26

Disney On Ice presents Frozen

Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination at Disney On Ice presents Frozen Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt. The heart-warming, Academy Award®-winning tale that has captivated the world is now told LIVE and skating into Portland for the first time ever!

October 31

COMMITTED

Designed for all types of love; COMMITTED! is an out-of-the-box wedding showcase and more like a crazy fun wedding reception than a business card pushin' trade show! The design of this party-like wedding event is to bring cool new ideas to the table for the nearly wed; the event is something completely current, unusual and crafty. The most "Portland" Wedding Event around! THIS IS NOT A TRADITIONAL “TRADE SHOW”! It’s more like a party, like a reception (if you will). Created to be relaxed, casual and to scream of Portland originality. More of a montage of exhibitors all together for one big celebration -much like wedding! The design of this event includes: cash bar, passed canapes, a live DJ, alternative fashion shows, numerous style scenes, lounge areas, dimmed lighting and bold, colorful decorations!

Portland Spirit BOO Cruise

Live music from Dear Drummer - a quintet of guys who know how to get down. Lead vocalist Justin Odom has a certain rasp to his voice that exudes cool and draws the listener in, while the rest of his band mates keep the grooves tight. The talented crew has the ability not only to create their own unique tracks but also transform covers with chameleon-like expertise. Their funky vibe and dance-able songs make for a good time, every time. Costume Contest with Prizes Full Service Bars Bistro Menu for purchase on board Guests must be 21 or older, valid photo identification required Prices do not include $4.00 per passenger landing fee.

November 07

NW'S LARGEST Garage Sale & Vintage Sale

NW’S LARGEST Garage Sale & Vintage Sale Hundreds of individual garage sales all together Saturday November 7th Clark County Fairgrounds & Event Center 17402 NE Delfel Rd Ridgefield WA 98642 Shoppers General admission 8am to 5pm Adults $5 Kids under 12 Free Sellers Space available www.nwgsales.com Sellers keep 100% of your own Sales! Something for everyone Sellers & Shoppers Wanted Vintage, Furniture, jewelry, Electronics, Clothing, Tools, Toys, Bikes, Books, Shabby Chic, Baby & Kids Items, Collectibles, Rustic, & Much More www.nwgsales.com

November 11

Anvil Lunch & Learn: Get Your Local Business Found in Search

Local SEO is a completely different game than your average SEO campaign, and local search results can change more quickly than traditional organic search. Moreover, experts calculate that 30% of online searches involve local intent. Staying on top of the constantly changing world of local search will help keep you ahead of the competition and ensure that your customers can find you online. This seminar with Amanda Hummel of Anvil will review the changing Local SEO landscape and cover how to best optimize your local visibility. Presentation will be followed by a brief Q&A. The presentation will be an educational Lunch & Learn event from Noon to 1 p.m. at the Anvil office. Food and beverages will be provided. Register on http://www.anvilmediainc.com/about/news/seminars/ to save your seat!

November 13

The Barn Owls in Concert

Vintage Country One late summer evening, musicians Brittany Newell, Hanna Traynham and Kate Lichtenstein spent hours trading tunes around a woodstove. By the end of the night, The Barn Owls was born. Newell grew up playing classical violin and piano and learned early on to appreciate the intricacy of old melodies. Traynham’s distinct Appalachian claw-hammer banjo style will transport you to a Mt. Airy Fiddler’s Convention campsite. Lichtenstein’s guitar playing mostly follows in the old time tradition of solid rhythm and bass, but she isn’t afraid to take improvisational turns. The Barn Owls bring their formidable musicianship and inventive spark to the early country music tradition. With intuitive finesse, they mix high-energy dance tunes and beautiful three-part harmonies to bring exciting performances to audiences across the region. Tickets: $15 advance / $20 day of show Doors open at 6:30 pm. Seating is general admission. http://barnowlsmusic.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xegK9glSgE

November 14

Milwaukie Holiday Bazaar

Holiday shopping Bazaar! Unique gifts for everyone...A mixture of handcrafted and commercial items. Items from A-Z to fit everyone on your Holiday List!

Beaverton Flea

ABOUT THE BEAVERTON FLEA The Beaverton Flea is a classic sellers market with a vintage/antique turn. We invite sellers from all over and they bring their awesome goods. You won't find tubesocks and tire chains at this Market, but you will find farm-fresh salvage, metal, industrial, project furniture, art, collectables, tools, clothing, toys and just about anything cool and cheap. Where: At the NEW Beaverton Merchant Hall, 12755 SW Beaverdam Rd, Beaverton OR 97005 Just north of Downtown Beaverton, 2 doors down from Curiosities Vintage Mall and 400 ft south from the Beaverton Central MAX station. When: on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month. Early Bird Entry from 7am-9am ($5 admission.) Regular entry 9am-4pm ($2 admission) Parking for shoppers in Main lot, Northwest lot, Parking garage, and at Curiosities Vintage Mall.

November 15

Milwaukie Holiday Bazaar

Holiday shopping Bazaar! Unique gifts for everyone...A mixture of handcrafted and commercial items. Items from A-Z to fit everyone on your Holiday List!

November 27

Open Alpaca Barn

Want to shop Black Friday and Super Saturday, but keep it small and local? Join us for our Open Barn, co-hosted by EasyGo Farm at Alpacas of Oregon in Sherwood, just off Hwy 99. In the midst of Washington County's wine country, the farm is conveniently located to provide a break from the Thanksgiving winery tours. Get your hands on our luxurious alpaca products: fleece and roving for handspinners, yarn for knitters, sweaters, scarves, socks, & more, many handcrafted. This is a unique way to entertain your out of town company, as well as do some holiday shopping. Hand feed the alpacas and get nose to nose with less expensive "fiber boys" - alpacas for fiber artists, 4-H, companions, or pasture ornaments & lawn mowers. Visitors can chat with four long-time livestock breeders who've raised llamas, horses, sheep, and goats. They've found that alpacas are a perfect match for owners of small acreages or for crafters looking for their own four-legged fiber producers. Both farms offer alpacas for sale along with boarding options. We'll be open Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend.

Christmas in the Garden

Christmas in the Garden is an award-winning event featuring a traditional German Christmas Market and light display in the charming Rediscovery Forest. This year, we are also excited to add an outdoor ice skating rink! Upon arrival, you will enter the Garden and board the Holiday Express, where you will be whisked to the beautifully decorated Rediscovery Forest. Here, you can: ice skate with your family, shop with 18 artisan vendors at a traditional German Christmas Market, walk through 400,000+ Christmas lights in the forest, sip gluhwein and other holiday beverages, listen to festive music & carolers, enjoy the smells and tastes of holiday foods, warm up next to fire pits, take photos with Santa, meet live reindeer, presented by Dallwig Bros Building Supply, and enjoy pony rides from Canyonview Camp, Dec. 10-13. Events and schedule vary each day. View our daily events schedule here: http://www.oregongarden.org/christmas-schedule-of-activities/

November 28

Open Alpaca Barn

Want to shop Black Friday and Super Saturday, but keep it small and local? Join us for our Open Barn, co-hosted by EasyGo Farm at Alpacas of Oregon in Sherwood, just off Hwy 99. In the midst of Washington County's wine country, the farm is conveniently located to provide a break from the Thanksgiving winery tours. Get your hands on our luxurious alpaca products: fleece and roving for handspinners, yarn for knitters, sweaters, scarves, socks, & more, many handcrafted. This is a unique way to entertain your out of town company, as well as do some holiday shopping. Hand feed the alpacas and get nose to nose with less expensive "fiber boys" - alpacas for fiber artists, 4-H, companions, or pasture ornaments & lawn mowers. Visitors can chat with four long-time livestock breeders who've raised llamas, horses, sheep, and goats. They've found that alpacas are a perfect match for owners of small acreages or for crafters looking for their own four-legged fiber producers. Both farms offer alpacas for sale along with boarding options. We'll be open Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend.

Christmas in the Garden

Christmas in the Garden is an award-winning event featuring a traditional German Christmas Market and light display in the charming Rediscovery Forest. This year, we are also excited to add an outdoor ice skating rink! Upon arrival, you will enter the Garden and board the Holiday Express, where you will be whisked to the beautifully decorated Rediscovery Forest. Here, you can: ice skate with your family, shop with 18 artisan vendors at a traditional German Christmas Market, walk through 400,000+ Christmas lights in the forest, sip gluhwein and other holiday beverages, listen to festive music & carolers, enjoy the smells and tastes of holiday foods, warm up next to fire pits, take photos with Santa, meet live reindeer, presented by Dallwig Bros Building Supply, and enjoy pony rides from Canyonview Camp, Dec. 10-13. Events and schedule vary each day. View our daily events schedule here: http://www.oregongarden.org/christmas-schedule-of-activities/

November 29

Christmas in the Garden

Christmas in the Garden is an award-winning event featuring a traditional German Christmas Market and light display in the charming Rediscovery Forest. This year, we are also excited to add an outdoor ice skating rink! Upon arrival, you will enter the Garden and board the Holiday Express, where you will be whisked to the beautifully decorated Rediscovery Forest. Here, you can: ice skate with your family, shop with 18 artisan vendors at a traditional German Christmas Market, walk through 400,000+ Christmas lights in the forest, sip gluhwein and other holiday beverages, listen to festive music & carolers, enjoy the smells and tastes of holiday foods, warm up next to fire pits, take photos with Santa, meet live reindeer, presented by Dallwig Bros Building Supply, and enjoy pony rides from Canyonview Camp, Dec. 10-13. Events and schedule vary each day. View our daily events schedule here: http://www.oregongarden.org/christmas-schedule-of-activities/

November 30

Christmas in the Garden

Christmas in the Garden is an award-winning event featuring a traditional German Christmas Market and light display in the charming Rediscovery Forest. This year, we are also excited to add an outdoor ice skating rink! Upon arrival, you will enter the Garden and board the Holiday Express, where you will be whisked to the beautifully decorated Rediscovery Forest. Here, you can: ice skate with your family, shop with 18 artisan vendors at a traditional German Christmas Market, walk through 400,000+ Christmas lights in the forest, sip gluhwein and other holiday beverages, listen to festive music & carolers, enjoy the smells and tastes of holiday foods, warm up next to fire pits, take photos with Santa, meet live reindeer, presented by Dallwig Bros Building Supply, and enjoy pony rides from Canyonview Camp, Dec. 10-13. Events and schedule vary each day. View our daily events schedule here: http://www.oregongarden.org/christmas-schedule-of-activities/

December 01

Christmas in the Garden

Christmas in the Garden is an award-winning event featuring a traditional German Christmas Market and light display in the charming Rediscovery Forest. This year, we are also excited to add an outdoor ice skating rink! Upon arrival, you will enter the Garden and board the Holiday Express, where you will be whisked to the beautifully decorated Rediscovery Forest. Here, you can: ice skate with your family, shop with 18 artisan vendors at a traditional German Christmas Market, walk through 400,000+ Christmas lights in the forest, sip gluhwein and other holiday beverages, listen to festive music & carolers, enjoy the smells and tastes of holiday foods, warm up next to fire pits, take photos with Santa, meet live reindeer, presented by Dallwig Bros Building Supply, and enjoy pony rides from Canyonview Camp, Dec. 10-13. Events and schedule vary each day. View our daily events schedule here: http://www.oregongarden.org/christmas-schedule-of-activities/

December 02

Christmas in the Garden

Christmas in the Garden is an award-winning event featuring a traditional German Christmas Market and light display in the charming Rediscovery Forest. This year, we are also excited to add an outdoor ice skating rink! Upon arrival, you will enter the Garden and board the Holiday Express, where you will be whisked to the beautifully decorated Rediscovery Forest. Here, you can: ice skate with your family, shop with 18 artisan vendors at a traditional German Christmas Market, walk through 400,000+ Christmas lights in the forest, sip gluhwein and other holiday beverages, listen to festive music & carolers, enjoy the smells and tastes of holiday foods, warm up next to fire pits, take photos with Santa, meet live reindeer, presented by Dallwig Bros Building Supply, and enjoy pony rides from Canyonview Camp, Dec. 10-13. Events and schedule vary each day. View our daily events schedule here: http://www.oregongarden.org/christmas-schedule-of-activities/

December 03

Christmas in the Garden

Christmas in the Garden is an award-winning event featuring a traditional German Christmas Market and light display in the charming Rediscovery Forest. This year, we are also excited to add an outdoor ice skating rink! Upon arrival, you will enter the Garden and board the Holiday Express, where you will be whisked to the beautifully decorated Rediscovery Forest. Here, you can: ice skate with your family, shop with 18 artisan vendors at a traditional German Christmas Market, walk through 400,000+ Christmas lights in the forest, sip gluhwein and other holiday beverages, listen to festive music & carolers, enjoy the smells and tastes of holiday foods, warm up next to fire pits, take photos with Santa, meet live reindeer, presented by Dallwig Bros Building Supply, and enjoy pony rides from Canyonview Camp, Dec. 10-13. Events and schedule vary each day. View our daily events schedule here: http://www.oregongarden.org/christmas-schedule-of-activities/

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