July 4: Old Town Fourth of July Event | Beer Garden, Contests, Music

Watch a live stream of the Waterfront Park fireworks projected on big screens, and since you are so close, you'll hear them as well. Here is an Old Town/Chinatown Portland Fourth of July Party.

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From Summer/Art of Politics:
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Announcing the Official Art of Politics Poster Launch Party-Life, Liberty and Libations

July 4, 2008 Backspace and The Someday Lounge, Portland, OR

On the 4th of July the top 30 winning political posters and a couple of the organizers picks ) will be go on display at Backspace (115 NW 5th Ave). The posters will be up for an entire month, but the real haps will go down at the launch party on the 4th-we decided if we were going to do this-we are going to do this BIG.

5 p.m. -8 p.m. at Backspace: The party kicks off with the political poster unveiling, a weenie roast (provided by Old Town Computers and will include meat and veggie options), DJ Corban Lester, beer garden, giveaways from Suburban Riot and voter registration information from The Bus Project.

It gets better, keep reading after the jump…

8 p.m. at Backspace: Old Town Computers' Geek Movie Night to show “TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE”. The movie kicks off with a pub style trivia contest, with questions touching on the theme of “America FTW!”

8 p.m. at the Someday Lounge (next door to Backspace): Two of Portland's best bands, Patina and Former Form will be playing until about

10 p.m. Setting the stage will be a running video of all 250 poster submissions to Art of Politics 2008. Signature Drinks Political Punch and Liberty Libation will be available. After the fireworks show, DJ Anjali and The Incredible Kid take the stage for Filmistan-A Bollywood Night.

10:00ish Backspace and The Someday Lounge: Both locations will have a live webcam stream of the fireworks display at Tom McCall Waterfront Park projected on big screens.

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