April 10: Sign Up for Portland Adult Soap Box Derby! | Beulahland

Plan B Bar, Soap Box Derby After Party, Portland, Oregon, 97214
I just saw this message from Beulahland that a sign-up date has been announced. Really, what better event is there in August than the Adult Soap Box Derby? There were at least a thousand people up on Mount Tabor last year for this event, and there will likely be more this year. This picture is from the after party at Plan B Bar (where there were 200+ people as well). From Beulahland:

Mark it on yer calendars boys-n-girls……

Sigh ups for this years PDX ADULT SOAPBOX DERBY will be…..ON Thursday April 10th at 7 A.M.
They will be held at Beulahland 118 NE 28th Ave.

You must be present to sign up.
You must pay the 100$ fee.
AND
You must complete the application!!

THANKS and GOOD LUCK!
Love Beulah!!!

Click here for more August events in Portland, Oregon

Official Time of Event: Saturday August 16, 2008 from 10:00am – 4:00pm

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5 Responses to April 10: Sign Up for Portland Adult Soap Box Derby! | Beulahland

  1. Blythe August 4, 2008 at 10:56 #

    The Derby site seems to be down. Can someone email me the anticipated times the derby will be going on? 8/16?

    Much appreciated~
    Blythe
    Mnt Tabor Neighbor

  2. Shellie August 5, 2008 at 10:11 #

    Please confirm that the derby is on 8/16. What time? No internet info -0(

  3. Dan August 8, 2008 at 15:13 #

    Yes! Just checked with Zach – the Derby will be on August 16th, starting at 10am.

    He’s working to fix the web site problem. Hope some DNS pirate hasn’t snagged their domain name!

  4. Kat August 11, 2008 at 12:45 #

    We’re thinking about coming from Boise to the Derby but would like more info. Should we bring a shade tent? Are coolers allowed? Do we need to buy tickets? Should we stake out a place the night before? Any details would be helpful…

  5. Julian Chadwick August 11, 2008 at 22:06 #

    I don’t think you will want or need a shade tent. It’s rather shady there.

    You can bring coolers.

    You won’t need to (and legally can’t) stake out a place the night before.

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