Have you ever been to an event in Portland and thought, “Surely this must be an episode of Portlandia?” These are the events other cities dream of.Read More
May 11th, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | White Stag Building
Portland’s ScienceFest is an interactive celebration of science and technology. After a keynote presentation by Dr. Kiki Sanford, host of This Week in Science, the event will offer breakout sessions in three different tracks—general science, technology, and STEAM for kids—as well as a Science Expo and Kids Zone.
REIGNING ROSES WALK
May 12th, 10:00 AM | Castaway Portland
If a marathon isn’t your style then the Reigning Roses walk, a lively stroll through Northwest Portland, might be your cup of tea. This Mother’s day, walk with (or in honor of) the special women in your life and support Rose Haven in providing life-sustaining services and support to Portland’s most vulnerable women and children.
FILMED BY BIKE FESTIVAL
May 17th - 19th | Hollywood Theatre
Check out the world’s best bike movies at the annual Filmed By Bike film festival at the historic Hollywood Theatre. With 72 films from filmmakers worldwide, this is the most powerful festival to date. Special events will include bike rides with the filmmakers, after parties, and more.
SIP OF SPRING
May 18th, 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM | Rossi Farms
Celebrate spring at this beerfest on a farm. Just a short distance from downtown, the historic Rossi Farms are the ideal venue for sampling spring beers and ciders while enjoying the fresh air and verdant view. The beer list will include brews from Crux, Ecliptic, StormBreaker, and more.
VAMPIRE’S MASQUERADE BALL
May 25th, 9:00 PM - 2:00 AM | Portland Art Museum
Don your darkest formal attire and join more than 850 guests from around the nation for an evening of gothic elegance. This decadent ball will feature stunning aerial and theatrical performances, Gothic/Synthpop/EBM dance music, catering by Vibrant Table, and a waltz at midnight.
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