Thursday Feb 22 @ 12:00 AM
2018 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships
Rose Quarter – Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 17 Nov 2017 at 10:00 AM
Thursday Feb 22 - Mar 16 @ 12:00 AM
FACTS Tuition Assistance Applications for 2017-2018
St. Matthew Catholic School Hillsboro – Applications for tuition assistance for qualified K-8 Catholic students for the 2017-2018 school year open January 1, 2018. The deadline to apply online is March 16, 2018. To apply online: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3GK8Y
Thursday Feb 22 @ 7:30 AM
Power Breakfast with Sam Tannahill of A to Z Wineworks
Portland Business Journal – WHO: Sam Tannahill, Founder, A to Z Wineworks & OBI Chair WHAT: February Power Breakfast with Sam Tannahill WHEN: Thursday, February 22nd | 7:30-9:00 a.m. WHERE: Sentinel Hotel | 4th Floor Ballroom ABOUT SAM: Sam Tannahill is the co-founder of Francis Tannahill Wine Company and A to Z Wineworks, the largest winery in Oregon. He is the chair of Oregon's largest statewide business association, the Oregon Business and Industry (OBI) where he works to grow Oregon's economy, help provide quality jobs and promote health communities through strong advocacy of Oregon's businesses. With his incredible background in the wine industry and knowledge of public policy this conversation will be thrilling! In 2002 Sam and his partners founded A to Z Wineworks. He acquired REX HILL in 2007 and by 2012 quickly became the fastest growing winery in Oregon's history with distribution in 50 states and 8 international markets. In addition, the A to Z brand has made its mark on the wine industry by becoming one of the few LIVE certified wineries in the world, being a founding member of the Governors Climate Challenge and becoming in 2014 the world's only B Corp certified winery. Today, Sam serves on the Willamette Valley Winery Association Board, The Oregon Wine Research Institute Board, and is the Chair of the Oregon Business and Industry and co-chair/co-founder of the Oregon Food and Beverage Leadership Council. In the past, Sam has served on the Oregon Business Association Board and Executive Committee (Chair in 2016, 2017), The Nature Conservancys Oregon Business Leaders Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Task Force, The Oregon Wine Board (Chair in 2009, 2010), the Oregon Winegrowers Association Board (President in 2009, 2010), the International Pinot Noir Celebration Board and was a member of the Governors GMO Task Force. He graduated with honors from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA and received a post graduate degree from University de Dijon. Meet this wine connoisseur and brilliant business man on February 22nd at the Power Breakfast! Questions? Contact us! Lexy Garbarino: firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-219-3423 Angela Ecker: email@example.com or 503-219-3400
Thursday Feb 22 @ 8:00 AM
Black Youth Uplift Day | Black Futures Month 2018
PSU Cultural Resource Centers – Looking for a way to give back to the community? Help the Pan-African Commons partner with students from local high schools, middle schools, and preparation programs to get a taste of Black student life at PSU. Platforms for mentorship and networking will be given to students, and how to use culturally-relevant resources for their benefit. Schedule at tinyurl.com/youthpdx Questions? Sclarke@pdx.edu
Thursday Feb 22 - Feb 23 @ 8:30 AM
ThirstyCity: Feb 22nd
The Know – ~ThirstyCity, the monthly meet up of beat freaks and rap enthusiasts is returning with vibes from local and not so distant landscapes. Diogenes the beat Don of Washington, who played the very first ThirstyCity and has consistently designed the fliers for this event, will be dropping science off his spacecraft sp404. Astral-projecting us to new realms of space and time. Accompanying the journey, Crockett King will be rocking his Lo-Fi crown, reigning from the puget sound riding on a cloud of warbly samples hailing crescendos of rhythm. ~Local support from the unshakable production of Speck, member of the group CYNE and owner of Speck's Records & Tapes. A showcase of talent from the label It's Future Time, and Lofi Slaps from Yunsumz. Always at The Know, 21+, 8:30, $5-10 sliding scale Diogenes (Filthy Fingers United (FFU)): https://diogenesisdead.bandcamp.com/ Crockett King (Fish Tank Friends): https://crockettking.bandcamp.com/ Speck (CYNE): https://thecyne.bandcamp.com/ It's Future Time: https://itsfuturetime.bandcamp.com/ Yunsumz: https://yunxumz.bandcamp.com/ Hosted: NorthernDraw ThirstyCity Records Flier: Dax
Thursday Feb 22 @ 9:30 AM
PJ Story Hour Yad B'Yad
PJ Library Portland – Join Kim Schneiderman Thursday mornings at Cedar Sinai Park for songs with residents and young families. We will be on the Rose Schnitzer side of the road.
Thursday Feb 22 @ 11:00 AM
Cashback Day at Beaches!
Beaches Restaurant and Bar – Our Cashback Day at Warehouse 23 last year was one of the biggest they have ever had. It was so successful they want to host one at Beaches! Let's show them what we can do to start our fundraising in 2018. Please make sure you tell them you are there to support Santa's Posse. This applies to the Beaches restaurant at PDX also. Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour and Bar tabs are all included.
Thursday Feb 22 - Feb 24 @ 11:00 AM
AAN Digital Conference 2018
Portland Mercury – Join the Association of Alternative Newsmedia for its 2018 Digital Conference to take place at the Hotel Monaco in Portland, Oregon, February 22-24, 2018. Co-hosted by Willamette Week and The Portland Mercury, this Digital Conference will be bigger and better than ever. Come join fellow AAN Members from around the US and Canada to network, share success stories, and learn about the latest digital tools and revenue strategies. Topics will include: Digital Sales Best Practices Native Advertising Subscription/Donor Models Local Search Quality vs. Quantity: Case study from papers who have gone bi-weekly or monthly Digital Services Social Media Best Practices (for both business and editorial) Niche Audiences Legal Jeopardy Digital Show & Tell Alt Investigative Success Stories presented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation Future of Local Journalism Panel Law Enforcement Surveillance 60 Stories in 60 Minutes And of course the essential roundtable discussions And more to be announced!
Thursday Feb 22 - Feb 25 @ 11:00 AM
Portland Spring Home & Garden Show
Portland Home and Garden Show – The 71st Portland Spring Home & Garden Show returns to the Portland Expo Center Thursday, February 22 through Sunday, February 25. As Portland’s longest-running home market place, the Portland Spring Home & Garden Show gives homeowners the opportunity to learn about the latest home and garden products and services from more than 300 local companies. Show-goers can talk with experts about how to make their ideas and dreams come to life. Produced by the Home Builders Association of Metro Portland, the Portland Spring Home & Garden Show is a one-stop shop for all things home and garden. Location: Portland Expo Center. Halls DE Hours: Thursday & Friday:11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday:11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Sunday:11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Admission: $10 - General Admission FREE to children 12 years and under Parking/Directions: Parking is $8 per space, per entry. Carpools of three or more are $7. Exhibitor parking is $8 and includes in and out privileges. Courtesy of the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland, parking will be FREE after 4 p.m. on Thursday and Friday ONLY. Find directions or plan your trip on TriMet’s Trip Planner. Additional details on our website: www.HomeShowPDX.com. Thank you to our sponsors: Mercedes-Benz of Portland, Mercedes-Benz of Beaverton, The Oregonian and T-Mobile
Thursday Feb 22 @ 12:00 PM
Mat Kearney w/ Streaming in the Live Studio
Skype Live Studio – Watch Mat Kearney's live Kink.fm performance at 12:00pm PDT on 2/22 in the Studio or stream the show at www.pdxlivestudio.com by clicking "live stream" in the top right corner. Enter to win tickets at www.pdxlivestudio.com if you want to be part of the live audience for the session taping.
Thursday Feb 22 @ 1:00 PM
Graduate School Focused Event: Resumes/CVs for Graduate School
Portland State University Advising & Career Services – Offered twice this term, this workshop will cover what to include on a CV for graduate school applications.
Thursday Feb 22 @ 3:00 PM
Graduate School Focused Event: Navigating the Graduate School In
Portland State University Advising & Career Services – Preparation tips for graduate school interviews.
Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Wild Rydes Workshop with AWS and Five Talent in Portland
Technology Association of Oregon – Join AWS and Five Talent at a Wild Rydes Workshop! Get hands-on experience with AWS and serverless applications at the free, guided workshop in Portland on Feb 22, 2018. In this workshop, the basics of building serverless applications and microservices using services like AWS Lambda, AWS Step Functions, Amazon API Gateway, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Kinesis, and Amazon S3 will be introduced. You'll learn to build and deploy your own serverless application using these services for common use cases like web applications, analytics, and more. Schedule: 4:00 pm - Check-in and get Setup 5:00 pm - Wild Rydes Workshop 7:00 pm - Next Steps Presentation by Five Talent and TAO 7:20 pm - Socializing with food and beer
Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
An Afternoon with David Rejano
Beacock Music and Education Center – Joins Beacock Music for a FREE clinic! This event is for all ages and abilities, and all musicians! Come be inspired! David Rejano is the Principal Trombone of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra since 2016. Before that, he served as Principal Trombone with the Orquestra Sinfonica de Navarra from 2002 to 2007, Principal Trombone with the Orquestra del Gran Teatro del Liceo de Barcelona (Barcelona Opera House) from 2007 to 2010, and Principal Trombone with the Münchner Philharmoniker from 2010 to 2016.
Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:00 PM
PSU La Casa Latina Student Center – FREE but RSVP is REQUIRED! RSVP HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/uxxtxDiYE0wGfVMk1 Join us for our first Leading Latin@s event: Resume Workshop! Bring a resume, or make one from scratch, learn the in's and out's of a perfect resume and what employers look for
Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
Open House For Prospective Families
Trillium Charter School (Portland, Oregon) – Hello, prospective Trillium families! Your wait is over. Enrollment for Fall 2018 has begun. Start the process by touring our school at the first Open House of 2018 - Thursday, February 22nd, from 5:30-7pm. If you already know that you will be applying, this is a great opportunity to drop off your application. The TCS 2018-19 Application is available for download from our website (tinyurl.com/TrilliumApplication) and in print at the Front Office. All applications submitted by March 31, 2018 will be entered into a blind lottery, to be drawn on April 4, 2018. Before you apply, we recommend a few things. First, attend an Open House. Open House is an informational meeting and an opportunity for self-guided tours of the building. There are no children’s activities, but children are still welcome. Your child may meet their future teacher! Then, dig deep into Trillium's website (trilliumcharterschool.org). Make sure that you feel comfortable with who we are and what we stand for. A good place to start is our Trillium FAQs (tinyurl.com/TrilliumFAQs). Here, you will also find answers to questions you may have about Enrollment. If you have further questions about our school, the enrollment process, or the application, please contact Patrice Mays, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
Civic Drinks at Ex Novo
City Club of Portland – Let's get together for informal conversations and networking. Thank you to Ex Novo for hosting us!
Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:00 PM
Free Renters' Rights Workshop
Multnomah County Library – Did you know that over half of millenials rent? That nearly 70% of black folks rent? That women are less likely to own homes than men? That empty homes outnumber homeless people? Join other renters, the Multnomah County Library and The Community Alliance of Tenants for a free renters' rights workshop at the Midland Library, and bring your questions with you. Invite anyone who you know rents. We are stronger in numbers! This event is free and open to the public, and will be available in English and Vietnamese. To register, go to: https://midlandrentersrights.eventbrite.com Or, please call Thuy at 503-329-8903 or email email@example.com. ------------------------------------------------------ H?i Th?o Mi?n Phí Quy?n C?a Ngu?i Thuê Nhà Th?i gian: Ngày 22 tháng 2 nam 2018 Ð?a di?m: Midland Library 805 SE 122nd Ave. Portland, OR 97233 Th?i Gian: 6 –7:30 p.m. H?i th?o du?c trình bày b?ng 2 ngôn ng?: ti?ng Anh và ti?ng Vi?t Ð? dang ký tham gia, vui lòng g?i cho Thu? t?i s? 503-329-8903 ho?c email Thuy@oregoncat.org https://midlandrentersrights.eventbrite.com Thuy?t trình: Liên Minh C?ng Ð?ng Ngu?i Thuê Nhà ------------------------------------------------------
Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:00 PM
Heartbeat Silent Disco at the Portland Mercado Thurs 2/22 6-8pm
Heartbeat Silent Sound Systems – Join Heartbeat Silent Disco at the Portland Mercado where you can meet new friends, grab a drink at the bar and eat at one of the many food carts, all while grooving to some tunes in a whole new way. Come down with your loved one or be open to meeting someone new. One of the best parts about Silent Disco is that you can have a clear conversation anytime and still hear the music by removing one headphone or adjusting the volume. You pick the genre to get you in the dancing mood—Silent Disco allows people who like different types of music to still dance together in the same room! Whether you're into house or funk, we'll have something for everyone. Heartbeat Silent Disco’s headphones have a long range so you can hear the music crystal clear whether you're outside, in the bathroom, or ordering a drink at the bar. http://heartbeatsoundsystems.com/ https://www.facebook.com/HeartbeatSoundSystems https://www.instagram.com/heartbeatsoundsystems https://twitter.com/HeartbeatSilent
Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:00 PM
Forest Policy 101
Bark – Bark's successes in protecting Mt. Hood forests and rivers are only possible because of our volunteer organizers, educators, and activists. This event is part of Bark's Rad?i?cle Training Program which empowers individuals to learn valuable skills in forest ecology, public lands advocacy and community organizing. The Organizing Track of Rad?i?cle focuses on the tools of advocacy, activism, and public engagement. Forest Policy 101 Where: Bark office, 351 NE 18th Ave When: Thursday, February 22, 6-8 pm Do you ever wonder why 50% of Oregon is managed by the federal government? Or wonder why logging can happen in National Forests, but not National Parks? Do you know if clearcutting is legal, and whether Spotted owls are really protected? Do you have other questions about why and how the Forest Service manages our local forests? Do you know how to influence the management if we, the public, don’t like it? This training, facilitated by Bark's policy coordinator and staff attorney, Brenna Bell, will answer all these questions, and more, as we learn about how and why federal agencies (mis)manage our public lands. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, or to let me know you’re coming to the training!