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    Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:00 PM
Cash Cash at 45 East
Red Cube – Red Cube Presents Cash Cash Local support TBA Tickets on sale Tuesday, 9.05 @ 10am Doors Open @ 10pm 21+ w/ Valid I.D. VIP Tables Available. Online reservation availalbe here: http://www.45eastpdx.com/vip Nightclub Rules & Policy: http://www.45eastpdx.com/rules-policy 45 East 315 SE 3rd Ave. Portland, OR 97214
 
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    Saturday Nov 18 @ 10:00 PM
THUNDERPUSSY + BlackWater HolyLight at Mississippi Studios
Mississippi Studios – MISSISSIPPI STUDIOS & WECOLORLIVE PRESENTS THUNDERPUSSY + BLACKWATER HOLYLIGHT LIVE AT MISSISSIPPI STUDIOS 3939 N MISSISSIPPI AVE, PDX SATURDAY NOV 18, 2017 DOORS: 9:30 PM SHOW: 10:00 PM 21+ $12 ADV / $14 DOS
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 9:00 AM
Immigration Symposium
Catholic Charities of Oregon – Join a panel of diverse community leaders in dialogue, reflection and inspiration. Through a keynote address by Oregon's Attorney General and a panel discussion with local immigration experts, learn how to address the ongoing need for individuals and communities to be advocates and allies. After the panel discussion, choose to learn more information in one of three deep-dive breakout sessions. The breakout topics will be: -Social and Mental Health Impacts on Migrant Individuals and Families -Identifying Fast-Changing Trends in Immigration Enforcement and Detention -Humanitarian Relief Under Threat and Response from Social Service Agencies FREE (R.S.V.P encouraged)
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 9:30 AM
Baptism Sunday
Open Door Community Church – We are excited to announce we are having a Baptism Sunday in November!! We will host a baptism time at the end of our service(before the potluck). If you would like to get baptized, please let Pastor Brian, your Elder or Miss Jessy know!
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 9:30 AM
North Portland Story Hour
PJ Library Portland – Join PJ Library every Sunday at the North Williams New Seasons for a special story, song and craft hour!
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Harvest Market • King
Portland Farmers Market – The final King Market of the season is the best market to load up for the Thanksgiving Table...Be it pie, potato or protein, we have what you want in the fresh autumn air. Keep your holiday table local and seasonal.
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 - Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
Mercado Sunday Brunch
Portland Mercado – It's time for a new Portland Brunch experience! Join the Mercado businesses as they bridge the best of two worlds at Mercado Sunday Brunch. Stop by on Sundays from 10am to 2pm to try breakfast classics from across Latinoamérica. Savor Barrio's mimosas and sangria, coffee and espresso drinks from Sandino Coffee Roasters, and brunch specials from every cart! How does it work? Step 1: Order at your favorite cart (Pro Tip: if you already know what you want, order ahead via phone! Each one of the businesses can be found on Google maps, Facebook, etc.) Step 2: Make your way into our indoor, heated market hall and place your drink orders at Barrio and Sandino's. Step 3: Take a seat in the market hall and enjoy!
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Early Childhood Open House
Portland Waldorf School – Preschool and kindergarten open house at Portland Waldorf School. Meet the teachers, play in our cozy classrooms and learn more about our school. Family friendly- bring the kids and let them experience the school too. RSVP to meghan.hof@portlandwaldorf.org
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Terminator's 32nd Birthday!
McMenamins Pubs, Breweries & Historic Hotels – Happy 32nd Birthday, Terminator Stout! Sunday, November 19th Happy Birthday, Terminator! This stalwart stout was born in 1985 at the Hillsdale Pub - but on November 19, we celebrate it everywhere! At All McMenamins Locations Pints are $4 and Growler fills are $8 Smoked Gouda & Stout Fondue $7 Fresh-cut fries for dippin’ Terminator French Onion Burger $12 6oz all natural beef patty, Swiss, caramelized onions, Terminator steak sauce & mayo with lettuce & tomato on a butter-grilled bun with your choice of fresh-cut fries or tater tots Catch Terminator on the big screen at the Mission Theater, November 17th-19th
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Avalon Sanctuary Garden Workparty
Village Building Convergence - Portland – Location change!!! No longer in Lents, we are now working in a community garden at SE 19th and Division on the soth side of the street, walk through a parking lot and arrive at the Avalon Sanctuary! This is an open garden to community members to help take care of and reap the benefits of. As the City Repair HQ is five blocks away we are spending much time here. For this workparty we'll be winterizing the garden, moving around some annuals, and potting up plants to share out. Tools and direction provided. Dress for the weather - rain or shine! Light snacks provided. Contact crew leader Kirk at kirk@cityrepair.org or 307-287-0005 for more info.
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Turkey Trot Bib Pick-up
Road Runner Sports – The most popular ORRC race, the Columbia Bank / ORRC Turkey Trot at the Oregon Zoo is a multi-generational family event. Early packet pickup will be held at Road Runner Sports on Nov. 19th. Bonus discount for picking up early! https://orrc.net/events/event-list/turkey-trot-4-mile-run-and-walk-with-kids-tot-trot/
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Coffee & Donuts with Matt Hall
Antler – We would like to invite you to an artist talk with Portland artist Matt Hall. The talk will take place at 11am on November 19th with mimosas, Caffe Vita coffee, and Pip’s Original Doughnuts. Matt’s latest body of work, “Ersatz”, is currently on display at Antler and will be the focus of his talk, as well as his methods including skeletal articulation, structural engineering, and the chemical processes involved in preserving organic materials. The artist describes his sculptures as dealing with the intersection of death, memory, loss, and wonder. Hall uses found objects, including roadkill, and ephemera to make his works. This new series focuses on the fragmentation and reassembly of beings such as moles, porcupines and deer. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on the 19th!
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
BB: Vancouver Metro Music Industry Meetup
Balanced Breakfast – We are a group of local musicians and industry professionals that meet for breakfast. Attendees talk about actions we can employ that will help the scene become a place where musicians & industry professionals can make money doing what they love. (Music) Discussion topic: Inspiration, motivation and goal setting. -Whether you are a songwriter, compose original music, play in a band, take live music photographs, work with musicians on their marketing campaigns, teach music, etc., we all experience those times where we are not sure what our next step is, we don't feel that push, or prioritize other things over our music related work. -What are some strategies you use to jump-start yourself back into action? What gets you inspired to take the next step? -Come share your thoughts, and expand your repertoire of motivation with the ideas shared by the rest of the group! Please RSVP so we manage attendance. The event is free. Thank you!
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
Harvest Dinner
Open Door Community Church
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
Pay What You Will: A Christmas Memory/Winter Song
Portland Center Stage at The Armory – Umpqua Bank presents Pay What You Will Night for the preview performance of "A Christmas Memory" and "Winter Song" Sunday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. All available tickets will go on sale at noon on Sunday, in person only! Please limit eight (8) per person. Admission is any price over $1. Studio seating is limited; tickets are not garunteed! Learn more about the show --> https://www.pcs.org/winter
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:30 PM
All Church Annual Meeting
Rose City Park United Methodist Church – Our annual member’s meeting. We’ll hear from our Board and the Pastor about the state of the church, our goals for the coming year, and we’ll elect our officers for 2018.
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
Group Energy Sessions
Celestial Awakenings – This monthly group meets at the Celestial Awakenings in PORTLAND. Starting in December 2017, Group Energy Sessions will meet the 1st and 3rd Sundays of EVERY month. Group Energy Sessions are open to ALL energy lineages, traditions, methods, and modalities. All levels are welcome to participate, from beginner/novice to advanced/skilled energy workers. Each session will be divinely-unique based on the participants and their collective intentions for the Highest Good! WHEN: The 3rd Sunday of EVERY Month TIME: 1pm - 3pm WHERE: Celestial Awakenings - Portland 7831 SE Stark Street, Ste 100 COST: Sliding Scale Fee $20 - $40 Hannaneel Perez is an Intuitive Empath, Emotional Healer, and a Kaqchikel Shaman (an indigenous Maya peoples). She carries the experience and knowledge of her Ancestors, bringing forth wisdom, sacredness of all Life, and the Healer Path. She is a student/ teacher of Universal QabaIah/Tantra as these ancient interwoven teachings have helped her to reawaken her Soul's purpose. Hannaneel is a Energetic Practitioner at Celestial Awakenings and available for individual or group sessions. Evan Hershberger is a trained and licensed Acupuncturist, Medical Intuitive, Healer’s healer, and a Miracle fixer who has done intense healings since he was a child. His extraordinary abilities are a mix of self-knowledge, formal training and experience. Evan is an Energetic Practitioner at Celestial Awakenings and available for individual or group sessions.
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
Forget the Group. How am I?
Curious Comedy Theater – Sunday, November 19th 1:00 - 3:30 pm $30 Presale | $35 Door Forget the Group How am I? is an improv workshop that focuses on your favorite performer in the world...YOU! This class will take an in depth look at your specific strengths and weaknesses as an improviser and customize exercises to help you break out of your particular safe-zones. The goal of this workshop is to improve your overall confidence and knowledge of yourself onstage and ultimately serve your fellow improvisers better.
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
Monthly Johannite Liturgy
Rose Cross Community of the Apostolic Johannite Church – We'll be celebrating our monthly Johannite Eucharist in SE Portland. The service will celebrate the feast of All Gnostic Saints, which falls on November 22. The service and communion is open to anyone and it lasts for about 45 min to an hour. Most likely, we'll go out for lunch or an afternoon snack after the service. Please join us for community and conversation.
 
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    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:30 PM
Minoru Yasui: Historical Lessons to Be Remembered
Multnomah County Library – The late civil rights leader Minoru Yasui deliberately protested the military curfew laws on Japanese Americans during World War II and was subsequently arrested, leading him to challenge the constitutionality of the order. In 2015, Minoru Yasui was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the United States. Those were dark historic chapters when America rounded up thousands of its own citizens, stripped them of their freedoms and placed them into camps behind barbed wires. Come and hear Mr. Yasui's story and other untold stories of Japanese Americans and their plight during World War II, which is hauntingly relevant in the face of our government's current travel ban. Presenter Peggy Nagae served as Minoru Yasui’s lead attorney in reopening his World War II case and securing a vacation of his original conviction in 1983-84. She is the inaugural recipient of the Minoru Yasui Justice Award by the University of Oregon School of Law. Presenter George Nakata was a personal friend of Mr. Yasui, as a second generation Japanese American, who together with his family lost everything during the hysteria of World War II and spent those years incarcerated in an American concentration camp. Q&A will be moderated by Multnomah County Circuit Court Presiding Judge Nan Waller. Made possible by The National Endowment for the Humanities Fund of The Library Foundation and organizational support of Multnomah County Circuit Court. CLE credit pending for Oregon State Bar members. First come, first served. Web page: https://multcolib.org/events/minoru-yasui-historical-lessons-be-remembered/81780