Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 AM
Fall Classes Begin
Clark College -- Vancouver, Washington – We'll be there -- will you? Visit www.clark.edu to find out about upcoming events, including Welcome Week. A few tips for new students: 1. Come to campus ahead of time to orient yourself and locate your classes. 2. Know your building codes. "SBG" stands for the STEM Building. "CCW" refers to Clark's location on WSUV's campus. "CTC" stands for "Columbia Tech Center," our facility in East Vancouver. 2. Get here well in advance of your first class in order to find parking. 3. When in doubt, ask someone! Anyone who works here can probably help you find a building or direct you to someone who can.
Monday Sep 25 - Sep 30 @ 8:00 AM
September American Barista & Coffee Workshops
Bellissimo Coffee Advisors – Attend our Business, Barista, Advanced Barista, and Roasting Workshops! These intensive workshops include lectures on start-up, operations and management as well as hands-on training in the espresso lab learning proper brewing techniques and the fundamentas of roasting. These four 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. For more information, visit our website or contact us today!
Monday Sep 25 @ 9:30 AM
Music, Movement & Signing for Preschoolers- Mondays in Milwaukie
Tiny Talkers-Baby Sign Language & Music – Little movers and shakers ages 2-5 and their caregivers will sing, dance, hear stories and learn some sign language in this lively interactive class. Come and play with us and make some new friends! Class meets 9:30-10:15 am *most Mondays at St. Johns the Evangelist Episcopal Church 2036 SE Jefferson Street Milwaukie Oregon 97222 *Please check www.tinytalkers.blogspot.com for schedule updates & for WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY'S preschool class time/location. Drop in price: $12/family 5 class punch card: $50 (savings of $10) available in class (younger siblings welcome)
Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
Portland Farmers Market at the Square
Pioneer Courthouse Square – Every Monday, from June 5th through September 25th, shoppers can grab fresh produce and lunch while listening to a variety of live market music. More than 30 farmers and food artisans will call Portland’s Living Room home each Monday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm selling the freshest summer fruits, vegetables, flowers and hot food items.
Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
Music with Mr. Hoo
Upper Westside Play Gym – Mr. Hoo plays fun music for kids and families every Monday. Original and traditional songs fun for kids and their grown-ups. Guitar, ukulele, kazoo and you! $5 for one child, $2.50 additional child, includes open play in the gym until 11:30.
Monday Sep 25 @ 12:00 PM
Portland Opera To Go's The Magic Flute
Portland Opera – Portland Opera To Go's fall tour this year features a family-friendly storybook adaptation of Mozart’s THE MAGIC FLUTE. Each year, Portland Opera To Go travels throughout Oregon and SW Washington schools and community venues with a full-staged 50 minute, English-language adaptation of a famous opera. We have a number of public performances at venues throughout Oregon so your family can catch the magic! Newmark Theatre, Rotunda level Free admission
Monday Sep 25 @ 12:00 PM
Portland Opera to Go - The Magic Flute
Portland Opera – NOONTIME SHOWCASE: PORTLAND OPERA TO GO THE MAGIC FLUTE Slay the Dragon, rescue the Princess, and find True Love–all in under an hour–with Portland Opera To Go! This season, Portland Opera To Go is hitting the road with our beautiful, storybook adaptation of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Full of action, humor, true love and hard-won triumphs, The Magic Flute is a tale of young people grappling with growing up and taking responsibility for themselves and their convictions—all wrapped up in Mozart’s gorgeous music. From the vocal fireworks of the Queen of the Night, to the profundity of the wise Sarastro, to the simple directness of Papageno, The Magic Flute is sure to entrance audiences of all ages. Each year, Portland Opera To Go travels throughout Oregon and SW Washington schools and community venues with a full-staged 50 minute, English-language adaptation of a famous opera. All of our productions include an extensive curriculum packet aligned with the Common Core Standards. For more information on Portland Opera To Go, visit PortlandOpera.org. About Noontime Showcase Portland’5 Centers for the Arts presents Noontime Showcase, bite sized entertainment for you to squeeze into your lunch hour! These FREE monthly performances will feature some of Portland’s most popular acts. Noontime Showcase is presented by the volunteers of Portland’5 Centers for the Arts, whose goal is to make the performing arts accessible to everyone in Portland. Each season over 1,000 people attended the FREE monthly performances. Noontime Showcase performances take place in the Antoinete Hatfield Hall rotunda, located at 1111 SW Broadway Ave in downtown Portland, Oregon.
Monday Sep 25 @ 5:00 PM
Spirit Alive! - A DanceMode Creation
Dancemode – In the spirit of getting moving we are offering a sliding scale movement class featuring inspiring playlists or live music, and movement. Shake off unwanted stress and anxiety. Awaken the spirit, charge the life force within, experience communion with your soul. We use a combination of inspiring playlists and live percussive music, breath work, and varied movements in a 60 min moving meditation. Mondays 5:00-6:00pm Sliding Scale Pricing $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Oak Street Bulding 232 SE Oak Street in the East Bank behind Sheridan Fruit Co. Suite 404 503-998-7417 Also try our Wednesday Awakenings! Mind/Body Class 5-6:15pm
Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
PNG Presents - Sustainability at Work
Portland New Generations Rotary Club – You're invited to join us Monday for food, drinks, networking and to learn more about Sustainability at Work from Paul de Block. 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 from Paul de Block Friends, family and co-workers are invited. First time guests are always free, each additional visit is $10. MONDAY'S DISCUSSION Get a recycling how-to from Paul de Block, a Sustainability Advisor at the City of Portland’s Sustainability at Work program. Paul will help us better understand what can and can’t be recycled (and composted) at home and at work and why. Please feel free to bring items you have questions about. With eighteen years of experience in resource efficiency, Paul has helped hundreds of businesses reduce their environmental impacts. His current focus is on assisting restaurants, caterers, commissaries and other commercial kitchens. Every dollar saved on energy, water and sewer costs strengthens a kitchen’s profitability in addition to reducing their environmental impact. Sustainability at Work was formed in 2007 as a solution for businesses lacking in time, budget and expertise and who want to improve their environmental practices. The program’s services have been informed by national and local research, input from hundreds of Portland businesses and by the technical expertise of our partners. Since its launch, the program has helped thousands of Portland businesses advance green initiatives in the workplace—from small startups and nonprofits to large corporations.
Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
Project Management: Lightning Talks Happy Hour
Technology Association of Oregon – The TAO Project Management Community invites you to - Lightning Talks Happy Hour - on Monday, September 25th from 5:30 - 7:30 pm at WeWork Pioneer Place. Meet, mingle and learn from other People, Program and Project Managers during our lightning talks. All registrants are invited to submit a topic, attendees will vote on topics, and three people will be asked to speak during our Happy Hour. Present an unsolved question or an inspirational answer - it's your choice. The only rules are that the topic is Project Management and you only have five minutes. Light appetizers and beverages will be served.
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Artshitz Number 5
The Know – The Knows Monthly Artshitz Art Bazaar, Craft Faire, Flea Market, and Arts Emporium. This time featuring the photography of Orniphoto (J. Schwilk)
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Monday Night Fights: Tekken 7 + Injustice 2 Tournaments
Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade – Throw down on the latest entries in the biggest fighting game franchises ever at Monday Night Fights! This month, Street Fighter V is taking a break and we're hosting FREE tournaments on Tekken 7 and Injustice 2! Winners walk away with Ground Kontrol credit and bragging rights! Sign-ups for both tournaments begin at 6pm. We'll host Injustice 2 first, then follow it with Tekken 7. Get here by 7pm if you want to compete in Injustice 2, 8pm if you want to compete in Tekken 7! *Start time for Tekken may be later depending on number of Injustice sign-ups* TEKKEN 7 FORMAT – Game version: PS4 – Game Settings: 3/5 Rounds, 2/3 Games – Random stage select – Winner must keep same character – There will be no customizing colors, names or items at any time before or during a tournament match. Any player that does so will be given a loss. INJUSTICE 2 FORMAT – Game version: PS4 – Game Settings: Versus Mode, 2/3 Games – Winner must keep same character – Random stage select – Tournament Mode HARDWARE - PS4 - controllers provided, bring your own fighting stick if you'd like. Monday Night Fights: Tekken 7 + Injustice 2 Tournaments · Monday 9/25 · 6pm-late · FREE · 21+ only
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
House Band Audition Parent Meeting
School of Rock Portland – Mandatory meeting for parents of any students auditioning for Fall House Band. Students must also attend.
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Hammered at BridgePort BrewPub
BridgePort Brewing Company – **Registration to this event is required through our website.** Go to www.hammeredpdx.com, pick out a project, then buy tickets. Space is limited, so book early. Join us at Oregon's original craft brewery for Projects and BEER! Hammered will be at BridgePort BrewPub with several projects ranging from string art and wall art pieces to 6-pack holders and growler totes. All kits include step-by-step instructions so that anyone can make a unique work of art. This event is not instructor led. We have 29 colors of string, 22 paint colors, and several image templates - you don't have to make your project to look like ours! For a closer look at our projects, visit hammeredpdx.com. About BridgePort BrewPub: "In an old cortage factory over 30 years ago, the brewmasters at Bridgeport Brewing set out on a mission. Instead of simply manufacturing beer, we’d use the freshest local ingredients from the wonderful Willamette Valley and craft them into a nectar the beer gods would be proud of. That day, Beervana was born. From our Original IPA first brewed in 1984 to our fan favorite Kingpin Double Red Ale, we’ve always brewed with the boisterous citizens of our fair city in mind. Our beer is made to reflect the unique snowflakes that drink it, because beer means more here. And for as long as the grey skies cover our land, we’re going to keep giving them the great beer they deserve. Bridgeport Brewing. Long Live Beervana." Visit BridgePort BrewPub's Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/BridgePortBrewingCo/
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:45 PM
Showbox Presents – I Prevail Rage On the Stage Tour with Escape The Fate, The Word Alive, We Came As Romans Monday September 25, 2017 at Roseland Theater Doors at 6:00PM All Ages to Enter, 21 & Over to Drink
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Clinton Street Resistance presents Pet Sematary
Clinton Street Theater – After moving to an idyllic home in the countryside, life seems perfect for the Creed family...but not for long. Louis and Rachel Creed and their two young children settle in to a house that sits next door to a pet cemetery - built on an ancient Indian burial ground. Their mysterious new neighbor, Jud Crandall (Fred Gwynne), hides the cemetery's darkest secret...until a family tragedy brings the secret to life. Now, an unthinkable evil is about to be resurrected. From STEPHEN KING, the Master of the Macabre, comes a journey that leads to hell and back. Though not everyone survives the trip. For the Creeds, home is where the horror is. Tonight's nonprofit recipient is Liberation Literacy, whose mission is to build social justice literacy in prisons in order to reimagine and rearticulate the relationship between incarceration, our community, and ourselves. FREE MOVIE; donations taken for Liberation Literacy. If you can't make it, and would like to donate, please use the ticket link.
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
In Pursuit of Silence
Northwest Film Center – Few documentaries (or feature narratives, for that matter), are as meditative and deeply engrossing as In Pursuit of Silence, Shen’s ruminative portrait of several silence-seekers throughout a planet increasingly bombarded by all-encompassing noise. The post-modernist composer John Cage, a man who’s taken a vow of silence and is walking across the US, a sound researcher at Denali National Park in Alaska, a tea master and ecological researcher in Japan and others comprise the film’s interviewees, but Shen’s approach also gives us plenty of space to cultivate silence both in the moment and well after we leave the movie theater. Through a still, gorgeous visual style and enveloping soundtrack, the film is “as much a visual treat as an aural one, [dividing] its time between using the tools of cinema to isolate and enhance the beauty of sounds and silence and exploring different schools of thought on the subject.”—Scott Tobias, NPR.
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
History Pub: From Poor Farm to Global Attraction
Oregon Historical Society – From Poor Farm to Global Attraction: The History of Portland’s International Rose Test Garden About the Presentation: Marking its centennial this year, Portland’s International Rose Test Garden is the oldest continuously operating public garden of its kind in the United States. The garden includes 650 varietals of roses and draws more than a half-million visitors each year. Harry A. Landers has worked as the Rose Garden Curator for three decades, giving him unique perspective on the little-known history of one of the best rose gardens in the world. Before the garden was built, Multnomah County’s Poor Farm resided for forty years in what is today Washington Park. In the opening decade of the twentieth century, explosive growth resulted in the farm’s displacement to Troutdale. In the boosters’ vision of Portland as a prosperous, healthy, and middle-class city of homeowners, there would be no room for last century’s poor farm. Kira Lesley’s talk — “Making Room for Roses: Portland’s Early-Twentieth Century Development and the 1911 Relocation of the Multnomah County Poor Farm” — will explore this history. About the Speakers: Harry A. Landers grew up on a farm in North Dakota and earned his degree in horticulture from the University of North Dakota. He first visited the Rose Gardens in 1984, when he declared he would work there someday. He is now the only full-time employee of the gardens, which are also tended by part-time assistants in the summer and volunteers who work throughout the year. Kira Lesley is a Master’s student in Public History at Portland State, where she studies U.S. social and environmental history. Her thesis focuses on the 1911 relocation of the Multnomah County Poor Farm. Besides history, her other passion is music, and she is a singer-songwriter, as well as a singer in a Round Trip, a psychedelic rock and folk rock cover band. She was born and raised in Northeast Portland and attended St. Mary’s Academy, where she was a Rose Festival Ambassador (which is a term they used instead of “princess” for about ten years).
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:30 PM
McMenamins Mission Theater – More info at: https://www.mcmenamins.com/events/173791-ruth-b 6:30 p.m. doors, 7:30 p.m. show $15 advance, $20 day of show All ages welcome Canadian newcomer Ruth B. established herself as an authentic singer/songwriter of considerable promise and purpose in 2016, and the music world responded with open arms. Most recently, she received a coveted JUNO Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year and a BMI Pop Award for her viral hit "Lost Boy," which started it all. Her 12-song debut album Safe Haven shines as dazzling pop embroidery far surpassing first album expectations, with Rolling Stone lauding the album 3.5 stars and declaring Ruth B. "one to watch." Composing all of the album's songs herself, Ruth blazes with the same surefooted intensity as she did on "Lost Boy," but all the while transforming and growing right before our eyes. Her captivating presence charges the atmosphere on the new album with an unpretentious intimacy. Grammy Award-winning producer Joel Little's (Lorde) layered production showcases Ruth's breathtakingly golden vocals and piano/keyboard chops while creating new aural spaces for her to shine. Whether it's the incredible Pop song craft of "Dandelion" or the up-tempo harmonic splendor of "Safe Haven," the young artist wins us over as an undiluted force to be reckoned with. Ruth's instinctual command is elegantly magnified, with Little enlivening the sonic shadings and breathtaking harmonies, but never over-reaching. Like all the best fully-realized debut albums, Safe Haven stakes claim to higher musical ground by the sheer power of Ruth's artistry. Blessed with a knack for flaking the gold from every confessional verse, the 21 year old Ruth has described Safe Haven as a musical "diary," with many of the songs inspired by those final, formative years of high school and the year after leading up to her astonishing debut. "I didn't do any co-writes on the album because I needed the songs to come from heart," Ruth says. "Writing songs for me is literally like keeping a diary. These are stories rooted in that crucial phase of growing up - what I felt about love and heartbreak and being young and everything in between, so I couldn't imagine handing over the diary to someone else. " Safe Haven showcases Ruth's ability to change course, from plaintive piano ballads like the poignant opening track "Mixed Signals" to the moodier love-is-a-battlefield-dramatics of "World War 3." She scales the heights of her vocal power on the stunning power-ballad "If This Is Love," which Ruth wrote it in one day and performed the next night to a sold-out crowd at Joe's Pub. "For me that was a real turning point - the night where people stopped looking at me as a ‘Viner' and saw that I was a genuine songwriter. Now, my biggest goal is for the songs on Safe Haven to move people and inspire them." Website: https://www.ruthbofficial.com/
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Double Tee Concerts – Double Tee & Soul'd Out Present BROCKHAMPTON- Jennifer's Tour Sept 25th Peter's Room (Roseland) All Ages, 8pm On-Sale FRI July 14th at 10am