Monday Jul 24 - Jul 28 @ 8:00 AM
Summer Camp: Robot Parade
WeVillage – Design a miniature, movable robot and an original robot costume. Share your creativity with others during an inside and outdoor parade. #STEM #Robots Big Kids (5-12yrs) have camp from 8 AM to 5 PM. Prices are $299/week or $85 per day. Preschoolers (3-5yrs) have camp from 9 AM to 1 PM. Prices are $350/month. Before and after care is available. Lunch is an additional cost, however campers are free to bring their own. #SummerCamp #Portland #PDX Want more information? Check out: https://www.wevillage.com/programs-2/portland-summer-camp
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 28 @ 8:00 AM
July Business, Barista, & Advanced Barista Workshops
Bellissimo Coffee Advisors – These intensive workshops include lectures on start-up, operations and management and hands-on training in the espresso lab learning proper beverage and food preparation. These three workshops are designed to provide a comprehensive, full immersion style workshop for entrepreneurs, prospective business owners, existing coffee bar owners, barista trainers and managers. Our attendees have true passion and dedication for succeeding in specialty coffee retail and want to perfect their craft.
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 28 @ 8:30 AM
Beginning/Intermediate Dance Boot Camp
Metropolitan Performing Arts – Beginning/Intermediate Dance Boot Camp Ages 6-12 | July 24-28 | 8:30am-11:30am | $150 per student / $100 early bird Students will rotate through a full morning of dance featuring jazz, ballet, modern, contemporary and tap. Students will build their dance skills and improve their technique. There will be a showcase performance for family/friends the last day of class at 11:00am. Students enrolled in both Dance Camp and Aladdin Jr will receive a $25 off discount and after camp care from 11:30am-12:30pm (bring a sack lunch!)
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 28 @ 8:30 AM
Rock the Stage Summer Camp
Metropolitan Performing Arts – Rock the Stage Ages 12-18 | July 24-28 | 8:30am-11:30am| 150$ per student / So, you think you can belt? Explore songs and scene selections from musicals such as Hamilton, American Idiot, Spring Awakening, In the Heights, Heathers and more! Teens will focus on acting, voice and dance for a pop-rock showcase for family and friends the last day of camp. Students enrolled in both Rock the Stage and Aladdin Jr will receive a $25 off discount and after camp care from 11:30am-12:30pm (bring a sack lunch!)
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 27 @ 9:00 AM
Portland Timbers Camp
Washington Timbers Football Club – The Portland Timbers will be holding two summer camps at Harmony Sports Complex this summer, July 24th-27th and August 14th-17th. Both full day and half day options available. Open to ages 5-13.
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 28 @ 9:00 AM
Punk Rock Summer Camp
School of Rock Portland – Come play fast and rowdy songs for a week! Put on real punk show! Featuring bands such as The Ramones, The Clash, The Sex Pistols, The Slits, Bikini Kill, Misfits, The Germs, X, The Kinks, The Stooges, The Dead Boys, X-Ray Spex, The Bags, The Damned, The Buzzcocks and more.
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 27 @ 10:00 AM
Holy Rosary Church – Hello all, I will be offering a watercolor workshop this summer. For those who do not know, I am a graduate from the Holy Rosary homeschool group, and I have taught art classes in the past. My goal with this workshop is to teach some easy and useful techniques in a fun and relaxed environment. I will have students with a range of experience, and I plan to have a variety of options for those who have done some watercolor before. There will be 4 classes that will cover color mixing, 8 basic techniques, and possibly a simple final project. Classes run from 10am-11:30am, July 24th-27th in Siena Hall. Ages 10+ (Adults are welcome) Price: $40 – Basic supply fee included I will be providing paints, palettes, paper, and some useful tools. Additional supplies needed: -Watercolor brushes: Sizes: #6 Round Brush, #2 Round Brush - Optional: #6-8 Flat (or Filbert) Brush. Some good brands are Simply Simmons and Winsor & Newton -Water containers: Cleaned out yogurt/sour cream containers are usually good, I use an old mason jar. -Painting clothes or apron: (optional) -Palette: (optional) I will provide simple round pallets with covers, but if you already have one you like or would rather buy a different one you are welcome to. If you’re interested, please email to sign up at: firstname.lastname@example.org Or send me a private message through Facebook
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 28 @ 10:00 AM
Youth Camp: So You Want to be a Filmmaker (Ages 11 to 13)
Open Signal: Portland Community Media Center – Instructor: Kathryn Garcia Location: Open Signal Ages: 11-13 Schedule: 5 5/hr sessions Times: 10:00am-3:00pm Dates: July 24-28 Have you ever wondered what it takes to make a movie? In this camp, form teams to create your own short films from script to screen. You’ll learn professional filmmaking skills like pre-production, HD camera operation, storyboarding, audio production and editing, using high-quality software and equipment. No prior experience is necessary, and final projects will air on TV! This camp certifies you as a Youth Filmmaker, meaning that you can check out Open Signal’s field production equipment for free, as well as air your work on our channels on TV! FAQs Getting Here Open Signal is located off the #6 bus line. If you are driving to Open Signal we have a parking lot located on NE Graham. Our main entrance is located on the corner of NE Graham and NE MLK. For directions please call our main line at (503) 288-1515. Equipment Certification Open Signal camps typically grant certification on the equipment and software taught in the course unless otherwise noted. camp participants must attend ALL camp sessions in order to receive certification. No make-up sessions will be allowed except in cases of emergency. Participants must contact email@example.com to be considered for make-up sessions. Camp Refund and Exchange Policy Cancellations must be submitted in writing (mail, email or fax). Cancellations will be processed as follows: Cancellations received more than 30 days prior to the camp start date, will be entitled to a full refund or class credit. Cancellations received less than 30 days prior to the camp start date will be entitled to a refund for half of the total cost of camp. Cancellations received less than 2 weeks prior to camp, are not entitled to a refund or exchange. In the event of an emergency, exchanges for class credit may be offered at the discretion of Open Signal Management. For questions or concerns about your registration, please contact the Media Education department at (503) 673- 8649 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE : Open Signal reserves the right to cancel camps if minimum enrollments are not reached. If this happens, you will be notified at least one week before the start of the camp and you will be entitled to a full refund.
Monday Jul 24 @ 10:00 AM
?Mr Hoo Mondays!? Weekly SW Hillsdale Show
Upper Westside Play Gym – Jeff Inlay (AKA Mr. Hoo from The Alphabeticians) plays Upper Westside Play Gym ALL Mondays, ALL YEAR 'ROUND from 10-10:45AM, with Open play to follow (included in cost of show) until 11:30. He’ll play his guitar, ukulele and kazoo and sing while the kids dance and play in the Play Gym’s fun, clean, safe, ultra well air-conditioned space. Drop-In rate is $5 per child, $2.50 for subsequent siblings. Cash or Check payment preferred. $1 merchant fee added to debit or credit transactions. Admission includes both active play time and Mr. Hoo!
Monday Jul 24 @ 12:00 PM
Cosmotrons Arcade Tour
Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade – We’re excited to announce that the developers of Cosmotrons are bringing their game to Ground Kontrol for an entire day of retro style, multiplayer space shooter action! Two Cosmotrons arcade cabinets will be set up in our lounge and set to free play from open til close, with gameplay being displayed on our big screens! Ground Kontrol will be the ONLY Oregon stop in the 2017 Cosmotrons tour, so this could be your one chance to check out the game before it goes into production. Plus, the developers will be here all day to teach you and your friends how to play, answer questions about the game’s development, and run free tournaments! ABOUT COSMOTRONS Cosmotrons is a NEW one to four player, competitive and cooperative video arcade machine developed by Arcadeaholics LLC, based in Wisconsin, USA. Cosmotrons is a game designed by gamers for gamers. In Cosmotrons, use the spaceship setup of your choice to battle against your friends and gravity through dangerous territories! Cosmotron pilots choose which nation to fly for and which spaceship to pilot. Mutiple ship types are available to choose from, such as the Noob, Recruit, Fighter, Beast, Snipes, Jalopy, Squid, and Juggernaut, each which have their own unique attributes, unique feel, and skill level. Pilots also choose special charge abilities to equip their ship with, thus creating a spaceship setup that suits their play style. Come play Cosmotrons with its creators at Ground Kontrol and determine: which ship are you? Cosmotrons Arcade Tour · Monday 7/24 · 12pm-late · All ages welcome until 4:30pm · FREE!
Monday Jul 24 @ 4:00 PM
Self-Care Day Celebration!
KBOO Community Radio – July 24 is International Self-Care Day! Take time for you and come as you are to a Self-Care happy hour celebration hosted by advocate and author, Della Rae. You will enjoy exhibitors, antipasto & wine, interactive stations, and "Self-Care Now" from Della Rae at 6pm. July 24th (24/7) is a world wide campaign established by the UK as a reminder to encourage the practice of self-care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. RSVP & Details - Eventbrite http://bit.ly/2oiLaJW Della is also hosting three - 5 minute FaceBook live events on May 24, July 7 at 10am, and July 24 from 9am - 9:10 am PST leading up to the happy hour celebration on the evening of July 24 in PDX. Visit DellaRae.net for the complete schedule.
Monday Jul 24 @ 5:30 PM
PNG Presents: Wellness & Longevity as your Greatest Assets
Portland New Generations Rotary Club – You're invited to join us Monday for food, drinks, networking and to learn more about hothe importance of preventitive health care at all ages.. MEETING AGENDA 5:30 - 6:00 - Happy Hour with food and beverages 6:00 - 6:30 - Club Business and Announcements 6:30 - 7:00 - Presentation by Dr. Michael Crupper Friends, family and co-workers are invited. First time guests are always free, each additional visit is $10. MONDAY'S DISCUSSION Dr. Michael Crupper will present on the topic of Health and Wealth: Wellness and Longevity as Your Greatest Assets. He will provide a breakdown of the importance of preventive health care at all ages and the monetary impact of ignoring your health. Michael Crupper is a Naturopathic Physician and Acupuncturist at the Gift of Life Clinic. Michael graduated from NCNM with dual degrees, a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Masters in Science of Oriental Medicine which gives him the unique ability to evaluate patients using both Eastern and Western medical traditions.
Monday Jul 24 @ 5:45 PM
Raising Arizona 30th Anniversary
McMenamins Mission Theater – When a childless couple of an ex-con and an ex-cop decide to help themselves to one of another family's quintuplets, their lives become more complicated than they anticipated. Sunday, July 23rd 7pm $4 adults, $3 kids Monday, July 24th 5:45pm $4 adults, $3 kids Monday, July 24th 8:15pm $4 adults, $3 kids Tuesday, July 25th 5:45pm $4 adults, $3 kids Saturday, July 29th 3pm $2 adults & kids Sunday, July 30th 1pm $2 adults & kids
Monday Jul 24 @ 6:00 PM
Urban Pioneers at The White Eagle
The White Eagle – Texas trio, The Urban Pioneers are hitting the west coast this summer. If you like high energy fiddle, banjo, upright bass you won't want to miss this! Check out their website at Www.urbanpioneersmusic.com Check out their new TV variety show that they managed to produce in their spare 100 days off the road called, High On The Hog! If you like Hee Haw you're gonna love this! Time: 6 Ticket: 8 Ages: 21+ Lineup: +1TBD
Monday Jul 24 - Jul 28 @ 6:00 PM
Gadgets & Gizmos VBS
Open Door Community Church – Registration is open for Vacation Bible School at Open Door Community Church! Inventors ages 4-years old to 5th grade are invited to join us for an amazing 5-day adventure!
Monday Jul 24 @ 6:00 PM
Psychology Club Meeting Part 1
Psychology Club at Portland State University – We will be having two club meetings this week. You do not have to attend both. :) This week we will be meeting on Monday July 24th at 6pm AND Thursday July 27th at 10am. At both meetings, we will be having our usual sign in sheets to check head count and see whether our regular time or back up time will work best for the remainder of summer. Both meetings will be held in Cramer Hall room 364.
Monday Jul 24 @ 6:30 PM
KBOO Community Radio – Promised Land is a social justice documentary that follows two Native American nations in the Pacific Northwest: the Duwamish and the Chinook, as they fight for the restoration of treaty rights they've long been denied. In following their story, both in our regions shared heritage and in their modern struggles for federal recognition, the film examines a larger problem in the way that the government and society still looks at Native American sovereignty. Suggested donation $5. Proceeds go to the Chinook Nation.
Monday Jul 24 @ 7:00 PM
Clinton Street Resistance Series presents Stripes
Clinton Street Theater – Two friends who are dissatisfied with their jobs decide to join the army for a bit of fun. "An anarchic slob movie, a celebration of all that is irreverent, reckless, foolhardy, undisciplined, and occasionally scatological. It's a lot of fun." Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times Tonight's nonprofit recipient is Recovery Mentor Program. In 1999, Central City Concern established the Recovery Mentor Program to give recovering addicts someone to turn to; someone who has traveled the road to recovery and succeeded. Clients are matched with individual mentors who literally take them by the hand to introduce them to drug-free housing and accompanies them to their first support group meeting. Mentors check in with clients daily, making sure they maintain their commitment to a regimen of intensive outpatient medical, chemical dependency and mental health treatment. The longer a person continues with outpatient treatment, the greater the chance of long-term sobriety. The Recovery Mentor Program provides encouragement and a strong social network. It is a program in which individuals are held accountable for their successes, as well as for their digressions. With a mentor’s help, clients develop new relationships with others in recovery, gradually learning a new way of life. With their mentor’s guidance, they learn that transformation is possible.
Monday Jul 24 @ 7:00 PM
Concert for Unity - Benefit Concert
Portland Opera – Join us for an evening of hope and celebration honoring the bravery of those who stood in the face of hate during the MAX train incident this May. Daniel Mobbs, bass-baritone, and Mary Dunleavy, soprano, join Portland Opera Resident Artists Aaron Short, Antonia Tamer, Kate Farrar and Ryan Thorn, with Nicholas Fox on piano, for an evening of uplifting music and support for our community. This benefit concert is free and open to the public. Donations are welcomed, and proceeds will be provided to the families of the young ladies verbally assaulted on the MAX train.
Monday Jul 24 @ 7:00 PM
Terry Robb - Blues Master
Corkscrew Wine Bar – Terry Robb has long been considered one of the top acoustic blues guitarists. His dynamic fingerpicking style and ability to sound like a hard, yet sophisticated, band all within a solo performance have amazed audiences worldwide and earned him international acclaim. His ensemble playing showcases sheets of sound with lightning-fast soloing of adventurist improvisation. From absorbing music from the great Mississippi Delta, ragtime and country artists, from swing to free jazz, Terry’s foundation is the blues but his influences and music are diverse, always possessing a personal feel unto himself: Roots with a contemporary edge, looking forward.