Life in Portland Blog

Monthly Picks | March 2018

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FESTA DELLA DONNA
March 9th, 8:00 PM | Star Theater Portland
Celebrate International Women’s Day in European style at this dance party with live music from Italian folk band Mbrascatu and Slavic folk-punk party starters Chervona. The lineup includes a video discoteka set from DJ Zhenya, who will be spinning an array of European hits from the past. 
startheaterportland.com

ENCHANTED FOREST BALL
March 10th, 7:30 PM | St. David of Wales Hall
Dress in your fairytale finest for this magical costume ball. This enchanted evening of folklore inspired merriment includes a “rustic” buffet, live music, dancing (including a waltz lesson), and a fairytale themed burlesque cabaret presented by Lacy Knickers. 
enchantedforestball.brownpapertickets.com

FARMHOUSE & WILD ALE FESTIVAL
March 23rd-25th | Saraveza
Sample more than fifty different saisons, bieres de garde, table biers, sour and wild mixed fermentation, and barrel-aged ales at this annual brewfest dedicated to the Northwest’s finest wild and rustic ales in styles from France and Belgium. You can expect to see some of the best brewers and farmhouse ales from across the country, as well as an official 2018 Farmhouse Festival beer.  
portlandfarmhousefest.com

TULIP TRAIL RUN
March 24th, 8:30 AM | Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm
Enjoy the early blooms at Wooden Shoe Tulip farm as you tiptoe run through the tulip fields and around the farm in this 5k/10k race. After you cross the finish line you can stay and enjoy all the Tulip Festival has to offer, including wooden shoe making and steam tractor demonstrations, wagon rides, and the tulip market.   
woodenshoe.com

CELEBRATING WOMEN OF COLOR SHOWCASE
March 31st, 6:30 PM - 11 PM | Jack London Revue
Co-hosted by Portland’s funniest WOC comedian Shrista Tyree and Portland’s OG//R&B artist Rich Hunter, the first ever Celebrating Women of Color Project Awards features local talent acts, a fashion show featuring models and designs from women of color, and more.   
facebook.com/theCWOCproject