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Hello Portland! The weekend is back and the temperatures are down! Stay warm w/ Laughs w/ Gary Gulman and Jenna Zine. Shop local for your holiday gifts. The holiday spirit has arrived at Zimmerman Heritage Farm’s Winter Festival and don’t miss Santa at Reindeer Village.
December 16 @ Revolution Hall – Tig Notaro is a standup comedian, storyteller, and writer originally from Mississippi. Tig writes, produces, and stars in the semiautobiographical comedy series One Mississippi, premiering this fall through Amazon Studios.
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including New Year’s Eve, Winter Festival, Viva’s Holiday & more.
December 11 @ Union/Pine – Holiday season is nearing in all its gift-giving glory, and along with it comes the annual go-to pop up, Give Good Gift. Join over 40 of Portland’s favorite stores, designers, and artisans for the big one day affair, Sunday December 11th from 10am to 6pm at Union/Pine. Make a day […]
December 31 @ Portland HIlton and Executive Tower – This year is the 26th Annual Champagne Ball and the party is packed with all new entertainment, and includes the biggest countdown the Champagne Ball has every seen.
Stop by Bar Vivant for Happy Hour from 4-6 p.m. for free tapas & amazing drink specials and tasty treats from their new tapas menu! Come on Thursdays when it’s Happy Hours All Night featuring $4 Tinto & Txakoli + 10% off all wine bottles.
December 30 & 31 @ Doug Fir lOunge – Jerry Joseph has worn a lot of hats over more than three decades in the music trenches – righteous rocker, hyper-observant cultural observer, spiritual & political firebrand, force of nature live performer – but the bedrock of what he does has always been songwriting of the […]
December 30-January 1, 2017 – Grab your dancing shoes and head to Portland, Oregon for the 2017 New Year; organizers of the Beloved Festival just announced a three-day celebration at the Roseland Theater from Dec 30 – Jan 1, 2017. The event billed as “Vote for Dancing” will feature an array of visual arts and […]
December 10 @ Portland Expo – Competitors from all over the region gather at the Expo Center for an all-day long cheer fest!
December 14, 16-18 – As part of the 70th Anniversary Season, PCO presents its signature holiday program of orchestral and choral works including a performance of Part One of Handel’s “Messiah”. This year, PCO welcomes the Resonance Ensemble and soloists, directed by Katherine Fitzgibbon.
Dreaming of the perfect hot tub or swim spa? Then come to the Expo Center this December 9-11 to see hundreds of examples to choose from.
December 31 @ Pure Space – Celebrate the biggest night of the year at PDX’s premier New Year’s Eve event, Midnite NYE.
From our sponsors: Community Renewal Day January 1, 2016 Noon – 10 p.m. | $13-$75 | All Ages More info: votefordancing.com The Breathe Building 2305 SE 50th Ave., Portland, OR 97215 On the heels of their two-night ‘Vote for Dancing’ New Years celebration, the creators at the Beloved Festival have penned a full-day of conscious […]
Escapism Portland is proud to introduce our fifth and newest escape room experience, the Wizard’s Lair. Now for up to 12 people – it is bigger, better and with some amazing new props!
Our latest Portland-metro job listings including Bob’s Red Mill, Affordable Home Remodeling, SecureWorld, The Wallace Medical Concern, True West & More!
December 17 in Downtown Portland – The festivities begin at 4pm. Annual costume and dance processional moves throughout various Santa welcoming venues in downtown Portland from 3pm-11pm. This annual fundraiser is open to anyone over 21 years of age. Wristbands are $10 and a portion of the proceeds goes to support the Sunshine Division, a […]
December 10-11 in NE Portland – Up Shop Pdx is a temporary pop up market which opens on 1408 Ne Alberta St for the months of November and December 2016. Each market will feature a curated selection of Portland’s best designers/makers.
December 8-10 @ BodyVox – BodyVox is delighted to bring acclaimed artists Morleigh Steinberg and Oguri back to Portland. A playful futility fuels Arcane Collective’s latest production ebb. Continuing their exploration into the quagmire of Beckett’s trilogy novel Molloy, Malone Dies, and The Unnamable, and Waiting for Godot, ebb weaves a tale of decrepit persistence […]
Decemebr 12 @ Tony Starlight Showroom – With Bo Ayars and the All-Star Horns. This is now an annual tradition. We celebrate Franks’s birthday, on the day, so this year it’s on a Monday. But that won’t stop Sinatra Swooners, Sinatraphiles and the rest of us from coming out to celebrate. This night we’ll play […]
December 10 @ The Goodfoot – McTuff is a Seattle-based instrumental funk/jazz behemoth and a goodfoot favorite! Led by Hammond B-3 maestro, Joe Doria, the band burns long and hot as they work through classic grooves and original compositions, always with an eye towards filling the dance floor!
December 16-21 @ St. Mary’s Academy – The music, dance and comedy of the Italian Renaissance come alive in this year’s Christmas Revels. The Doge of Venice, bored with his reign, runs away with a Commedia Dell’ Arte troupe – and zaniness ensues.
December 7-8, 11, 14-15, 18-23 @ Tony Starlight Showroom – Remember the classic holiday TV shows of your childhood, when entertainers like Bing Crosby, Dean Martin and others sang songs and spread the holiday cheer far and wide and you couldn’t help but feel the warmth and glow of the season? It’s a Tony Starlight […]
December 5-9, 18-18 @ Portland Spirit – Join the Spirit Crew for a Willamette River cruise for front row seats to see the Christmas Ships. A Portland tradition for over 60 years!
December 16-18 @ Fort Vancouver – AGAVE DENIM will be bringing its semi-annual warehouse sale back to Washington State and Greater Portland. The company, which relocated its operations to Los Angeles earlier this year, will be setting up its sale at Historic Fort Vancouver – Providence Academy Ballroom.
December 8 @ The Goodfoot – Jelly Bread’s distinct style is identified by a blend of desert twang meeting the urban tones of funk and rock.
December 10 & 11 @ Mercy Corps HQ – Bring your friends and join us for the biggest and best sample sale yet with up to 70% off past season styles. Will we see you there? RSVP and let us know!
January 1 in Downtown Portland – As a nexus for labor and shipping in the Pacific Northwest, Portland often had the repute of a rugged, rough and tumble town, more than willing to allow the miners, loggers, and fishermen an opportunity to part with their hard earned cash in whatever debaucherous manner they chose.
December 10 – What if I told you that parenting is 80% connection and 20% coaching? Have you been curious about what exactly Peaceful Parenting is and if it could work for your family?
December 16 @ EastBurn – From the orchard to your glass, come celebrate the fruitful bounty of the Pacific Northwest with some of the region’s most progressive cider houses.
December 15 @ Aladdin Theater – “Rawness improbably balanced by a mixture of danger and delicacy,” says one Rolling Stone writer, “is what gives Citizen Cope his edge. As a singer, songwriter and producer, he stands alone—an artist immune to corruption.”
December 13 @ Aladdin Theater – Toh Kay is Tomas Kalnoky from Streetlight Manifesto. So, yeah, Toh Kay makes music. He mostly plays acoustic guitar with his fingers and sings words with his mouth. Sometimes he remembers the words to his songs, sometimes not so much.
December 10 @ Revolution Hall – “I love the harmonies of the Shook Twins, the dreamlike songs that seem somehow permeated by the American Folk tradition, without actually being part of it. They make music that twines through your soul the way vines cover an abandoned shack in the woods.” – Neil Gaiman, New York […]