Saturday Jul 22 - Jul 23 @ 11:30 PM
Rocky Horror Picture Show "BIY" Night at the Clinton Street
Clinton Street Theater – Every Saturday night since1978, the historic Clinton Street Theater has played host to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Before Gaga told us it was okay to be "Born This Way" we had the fishnet clad sexual liberation of Frank-n-furter teling us, "Don't Dream it, Be it." It is in the spirit of over 40 years of this liberation that we invite you to come "Be It" Yourself. The Rocky B.I.Y. nights turn the attention on YOU the audience. You bring the costumes! You bring the dance numbers! You bring the fun! Unpack that French Maid's dress from that box behind the kids' old toys and dust off your tap shoes. Whether you are are a virgin or a veteran you'll delight in this cinematic right of passage and cherished Portland tradition. Doors open at 11:00pm - beer, wine & hard cider available for those 21 and over - prop bags for sale - preshow with virgin games and MC Nathan!!!
Sunday Jul 23 @ 8:00 AM
One Day Handgun
Immediate Action Concepts – TOPICS COVERED: Safety brief and safe gun handling procedures and techniques Basic skills of shooting Overview of Handguns, action types, controls, features and maintenance Gear selection and management Draw-stroke Load, unload Reloads, slide lock and tactical Stoppages and malfunctions Multiple target transitions Shooting while moving Movement techniques Ready positions Shooting positions Supported shooting positions Strong and weak hand only Handgun operation Culmination drills and Standards Speed and progression of training will depend on the number of students and their skill level though the basis of the course will always remain the same ONE DAY HANDGUN (8 Hours) COURSE COST - $150
Sunday Jul 23 - Jul 29 @ 9:00 AM
Society of American Archivists – Join SAA for ARCHIVES 2017 in Portland for extraordinary days of learning that will connect you with colleagues who share your challenges, give you the knowledge and skills you need to succeed, and broaden your perspectives. You'll return to work refreshed, renewed, and ready to take your institution to the next level!
Sunday Jul 23 @ 9:00 AM
Breakfast Run Club with Nautilus
Fleet Feet Sports Portland – Join us for an early morning run with Altra! Starting from the Vancouver store, we'll run less than a mile to the Nautilus shop for a treadmill demo and talk from Coach Rick Muhr. Afterwards, enjoy pancakes and mimosas back at the store!
Sunday Jul 23 @ 10:00 AM
Second Clean-up of July
Wildwood Farm Sanctuary – We are collecting cans for money. If you have extra cans or bottles that can be redemeed please bring them! TIme for a clean-up! PLEASE- do not bring your personal pets to the sanctuary. If weather allows following our work party, stay for a hike and tour of our natural areas and learn more about our animals and conservation efforts at Wildwood. Please bring appropriate outdoor attire to wear. - We have had to make the difficult decision to suspend feeding treats to the animals during visitations, for their dietary safety and health. We have found that we can allow visitors more interactive time with animals this way as well ! We still appreciate your donations though, and there will buckets to collect donations. Our kids LOVE watermelon and the chickens love apples and lettuce. :) THINGS TO REMEMBER FOR WORK PARTY: 1. Work Boots. Really important in the mud and poops. 2. Work Gloves. Boots and Gloves can be obtained inexpensively at thrift stores and are important for your safety. 3. Water bottle or something to drink. 4. Snacks ( All food must be free of animal product ingredients out of respect for our animals ) if you want them. You can build up a good appetite in the country. 5. Children under 18 are welcome at our work parties! However, they must be supervised by parents. Be sure to recheck for any cancellations or changes before the actual event.
Sunday Jul 23 @ 11:00 AM
Welcome to Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways
Portland Sunday Parkways – Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways, presented by Kaiser Permanente, is July 23, continuing the celebration of our 10th anniversary season! Join us from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. for an 8-mile traffic-free, family-friendly bike ride that takes you on a tour of Woodlawn, Alberta and Fernhill Parks, where a collection of fun activities, festive music and delicious food awaits. Along with our fun-filled parks, Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways will return to Khunamokwst Park for our Bi-lingual Bike Fair, held in collaboration with the Andando en Bicicletas en Cully (ABC) Group. See the map: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/article/628206 NEW THIS SUMMER! Join the Passport to Health Sticker Hunt! For every completed passport you'll win a prize AND Kaiser Permanente will donate $5 to the Community Cycling Center to support the Bike Club for Kids! Pick up your Passport to Health at the Kaiser Permanente booth at Alberta Park, or at the Whole Foods Market, News Seasons Market, BIKETOWN and PBOT Info Booths on the route. Get your stickers from each of the five booths, and present your completed passport (5 stickers) to any information booth for your prize and Bike Club donation.
Sunday Jul 23 @ 11:00 AM
Permaculture Action Day + Info Drop-In
Village Building Convergence - Portland – Join us at a placemaking community, On Going, during Sunday Parkways as we do a perma-blitz to support the sustainable gardening at this urban homestead. Besides volunteering, this is an opportunity to learn more about urban permaculture practices. Come with questions and inquiries! Additionally, we'll have many City Repair coordinators on hand to take inquiries about the VBC placemaking program. If you want to create a street painting, permaculture garden, or do natural building this is a chance to learn how with City Repair! Dress for the weather and to get dirty! Snacks provided! Cute goats and chickens to feed weeds!
Sunday Jul 23 - Jul 29 @ 12:00 PM
Echoes in Time 2017
Rewild Portland – Echoes in Time is a week long ancestral skills gathering in Oregon’s Willamette Valley that began in 1998 and is now a program of Rewild Portland. Participants camp out on private property and enjoy 5 days of learning various skills from the “stone age” to the “iron age” (basketry, bows & arrows, wild edible plants, pottery, black-smithing, stone tools, felting, animal tracking, and more). This is an excellent family adventure and no previous experience is required. In this age of ever-increasing technology, the skills of preindustrial people are being forgotten… Come remember them with us.
Sunday Jul 23 @ 12:00 PM
Circus Project Students to perform at Sunday Parkways
The Circus Project – Join us this Sunday, July 23rd at Noon and at 1:30 pm for free circus performances at Alberta Park during the NE Sunday Parkways. Performances will be featuring the Summer Performance Intensive and our Create-A-Circus Camps, along with solo student acts. Feel free to stop by our booth for class information or to try the tightwire yourself, learn some juggling skills, or perhaps learn to spin a plate on a stick! Come play with us!
Sunday Jul 23 @ 1:00 PM
Open Signal: Portland Community Media Center – Learn different ways to approach raising funding for your film and TV projects. In this class, you'll have the opportunity to learn about grant writing, fiscal sponsorship, working with investors and structuring debt or equity financing options. As attendees of the workshop, each of you will receive an additional one-hour (free) consultation with our instructor, experienced financial guru Stephen Naylor, to cover any area from the workshop you want to develop. Stephen holds a BSBA in Accounting and Finance from Providence College. For More Information For general information or directions to our space, please contact our front desk at (503) 288-1515 or info [at] opensignalpdx.org.
Sunday Jul 23 @ 1:00 PM
Memorial Service for Alice Mackey
MCC Portland – The memorial service to celebrate the life of beloved MCC member, Alice Mackey, will be held at MCC Portland on Sunday, July 23 at 1PM. We encourage you to wear purple - Alice's favorite color!
Sunday Jul 23 @ 1:30 PM
Breastfeeding USA SW Chapter -July Meetup
Upper Westside Play Gym – The next Breastfeeding USA Beaverton chapter meeting is happening Sunday, 7/23/17 at 1:30pm at the Upper Westside Play Gym in Hillsdale. All pregnant and nursing mamas and their babies and children up to age 36 months (up to age 5 welcome on site if able to be mindful of littles) are welcome at our meetings and our meetings are always free. If you are a mom who has never breastfed a baby, but you want to learn how, you are also welcome at our meetings. Working mamas, at-home mamas, and families of all types are welcome! Breastfeeding USA chapter meetings are a great place to meet other moms and to share in the joys and challenges of caring for babies and children. We hope to see you there!
Sunday Jul 23 @ 2:00 PM
Puff, Pass & POTtery with Slabtown
Puff, Pass & Paint – Puff, Pass & Paint classes are proud to announce Puff, Pass & POTtery with Slabtown! All attendees of Puff, Pass and Paint Portland will receive a discount at Slabtown Dispensary, so come prepared to purchase your cannabis right at the class! There is no on site consumption at Slabtown Dispensary, however there is an outdoor consumption friendly space next door. Join us for a session to create your own inspired cannabis paraphernalia! Each session includes your choice of either a Stonedware spoon or chillum and ashtray combo, all supplies for painting your masterpiece, glazing by the Stonedware professionals, and shipping to your home or local pick-up. If you want to create more than one piece, no problem... we'll have more at each session to purchase! BYOB/BYOC 21+, all tickets are non-refundable/non-transferable. 97210 area code There is no consumption in the dispensary / painting area, but there are other accommodations for consumption for class attendees. Also join us for Puff, Pass & Paint classes monthly, from 7:00-9:00pm... all tickets available at www.puffpassandpaint.com!
Sunday Jul 23 @ 2:00 PM
Law Boss, Unwed Fathers, Blue Mongeon, The Groovebirds
Analog Cafe & Theater – Join us Sunday July 23 for an ALL AGES matinee show featuring Austin, TX progressive folk acts Unwed Fathers and Blue Mongeon with local bands Law Boss and The Groovebirds. This will be an amazin Sunday Funday at Analog Cafe and Theatre! Doors at 2pm! 4:15-4:45pm Law Boss https://lawbosspdx.bandcamp.com 3:30-4:00pm Unwed Fathers (Austin, TX) www.unwedfathers.bandcamp.com 2:45-3:15pm Blue Mongeon (Austin, TX) https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bluemongeon 2:00-2:30pm The Groovebirds https://thegroovebirds.com/music ABOUT UNWED FATHERS Unwed Fathers is a progressive folk artist currently based in Austin, TX. Established in 2007 by David Olvera (Games and Theory, Sich Rada, Encroachers), the singer songwriter project started with one voice and an acoustic guitar. Other musicians joined later for studio recordings and live performances. Within compositions about lovers, friends, and the ongoing struggle of life, the listener gets waves and layers of guitar, banjo, violin, piano, keyboard, cello and more. Unwed Fathers is currently writing and recording the full-length record entitled 1977, which is the follow up to 2009’s CD Does Anyone Remember Lily White? Released in the spring of 2017, the latest Unwed Fathers EP, entitled #BE2017, is also now available. Fresh off a string of successful SXSW performances in March of 2017, Unwed Fathers hits the road on a US tour starting in July. For booking, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ABOUT BLUE MONGEON A transplant from Boston, Blue Mongeon arrived in Austin, TX circa 2007 with his band Bankrupt and the Borrowers. After several solid years of Bankrupt at the Hole in the Wall and other venues around the ATX, Blue began a solo career and enlisted in several other notable Austin projects, including Town Hall Devils, Belcurve, and the mighty East Cameron Folkcore. From his years studying at the Berklee School of Music to his more recent days as Sound Engineer at the legendary White Horse in Austin, TX, Blue Mongeon is hitting the road and finding his path to bigger and greater things. Catch Blue Mongeon on tour with Unwed Fathers this summer on the SECOND COMING OF SELF PROCLAIMED KINGS tour starting in July. https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bluemongeon
Sunday Jul 23 @ 2:00 PM
Estate Planning 101
Oregon Historical Society – Join Oregon Historical Society board member and professional estate planner John Boylston as he shares expert tips for creating an estate plan. Tea, coffee, and treats will be provided. Please RSVP to email@example.com or 503-306-5237
Sunday Jul 23 @ 3:00 PM
From the Mouth of the Singing Blacktivist
Portland Opera – Fulbright scholar Dr. Derrell Acon is a dynamic performer/teacher/activist who has appeared in venues across the nation, Africa and Europe. Derrell draws from literature, advocacy, story, and song to engage and energize audiences—demonstrating the power and immediacy of performance to educate and empower. Derrell will perform with Jessica Hall on piano. Dr. Acon’s most recent research on The Singing Blacktivist: A Case for Performative Activism and Education, which was presented at the National Men of Color Summit in April, will be offered in conjunction with Portland Opera’s production of David Lang's opera, THE DIFFICULTY OF CROSSING A FIELD which opens July 28.
Sunday Jul 23 @ 3:30 PM
Official Viewing Party at The Station
Portland Timbers – You're invited to join us Sunday at The Station at our official viewing party to watch the Timbers take on Cascadia-rival Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The viewing party is open to all ages. Watch the match live on FS1 or listen on 102.9/750 The Game. Enjoy the following at The Station ? Watch the match with Timber Joey ? Food and beverage specials, including pizza and a pitcher for $35 ? Enter to win items, including club memorabilia or The Station gift cards ? The Station has a dog-friendly patio Win a VIP Timbers Match Experience Attending an official viewing party could score you a VIP Timbers experience. Enter to win at any official viewing party during the season to win a unique on-field experience, including two tickets, to the Timbers regular-season, home finale on Sunday, Oct. 22, against Vancouver Whitecaps FC at Providence Park. Enter at each official viewing party to increase your chances to win.
Sunday Jul 23 @ 4:00 PM
The Aarun & Jonathan Bluegrass Show
Fremont Theater – The Aarun & Jonathan Bluegrass Show: National Fiddle Champion, Aarun Carter and Ozark Crooner, Jonathan “JT” Trawick are widely known for their hot renditions of bluegrass and western swing classics. This is a rare chance to catch them with a classic bluegrass line-up featuring legendary banjo man Peter Schwimmer and Chris Olson on doghouse bass. You will love hearing some of your favorite bluegrass numbers, old family songs and originals you won’ t hear anywhere else. Bring the whole family and watch a bluegrass show you will just have to see for yourself. Bio: Aarun & Jonathan are a musical match made in heaven. Known for his smooth, clear voice and authentic phrasing, Jonathan “JT” Trawick continues a rich tradition of singing from deep within the Ozark hills. Just as well versed in western swing as bluegrass and folk, JT has a story for just about everybody. As an in-demand rhythm guitarist at fiddle contests across the United States, Jonathan met Aarun and backed her when she won her Young Adult National Fiddle Championship title. Already a heavily decorated fiddler, Aarun made an early mark in the fiddle contest world claiming 5 Colorado State Fiddle Championships, Arkansas State Traditional Champion and Top 10 at the Grand Master Fiddle Championships. Just this year, Aarun placed in the Top 5 at the Texas State Fiddlers Frolics Championships and Grand Champion at Northwest Regionals. In 2013, Aarun & Jonathan were hand-picked to record Volume 1 of the Deep End Sessions, a widely acclaimed project lauded by both the Los Angeles Times and The Huffington Post. Volume 1 was released in May 2014 and voted a Top 5 Album of the year by Northwest Music Scene. In October 2015, Aarun & Jonathan released Ida Red, a cover of the Bob Wills classic with their western swing dance band, Well Swung. The recording was voted Top 5 in the Western Swing Song category by the Academy of Western Artists. Quickly becoming known for their tight harmonies and expert performances of classics, Aarun & Jonathan carry the flame of authenticity into the future.
Sunday Jul 23 @ 4:00 PM
Perry Gerber Band at McMenamins White Eagle
The White Eagle – Rocking Happy Hour at Mcmenamins White Eagle. February 2016 Perry released his CD I BELIEVE at White Eagle. He's back with 2 hours of vintage 60's rock. If youre in the area, stop by and support the guys... 4PM - 6PM
Sunday Jul 23 @ 4:00 PM
Perry Gerber @ McMenamins White Eagle
The White Eagle – Singer Songwriter, Perry Gerber has shared the stage with many bands over the last 30 years. A few years ago, Perry stepped out from behind his bass guitar stepping into the spotlight to play his original acoustic music. People everywhere praise his beautiful and melodic voice. He crafted tuneful songs about life and journeys, love and heartbreak. He is a great entertainer with a knack for pulling his audience into his music. He has an incredible energy on stage that engages his audiences with his soulful tunes. Bass player for over 35 years, Perry played with Sara Evans back in the day, backed up Idaho's own Jimmy Bevins, and is a huge hit with his Oregon Coast band The Ocean. Perry starting crafting his original tunes and playing acoustic guitar a few years ago and played 35 gigs last year. He is #3 on Reverbnation in Portland and #93 singer songwriter nationally.