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Thursday, February 9, 2017 from 7-11pm
Since 1977, the Portland International Film Festival has been the Northwest Film Center’s annual showcase of new world cinema. Over three weeks in February, through the exhibition of nearly 100 feature films and 60+ short films, PIFF audiences across the City of Portland travel the globe in theater seats through our celebration of the world’s filmmakers and cinephiles. 2017 marks PIFF's 40th year on Portland's silver screens.
Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 10am through Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 5pm
10am through Sunday, May 22 at 5pm
The Mt. Tabor Art Walk runs May 21-22, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, featuring 40 artists at 22 sites in the beautiful Mt. Tabor neighborhood. This juried show is now in its 11th year. Painting, prints, sculpture, glass, ceramics and more. For maps:
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 from 12:30am-11:30pm
Dine out for a cause on Wednesday, May 18th and support survivors of domestic violence! More than 40 local restaurants have pledged a portion of their day’s proceeds to aid Raphael House of Portland’s life-saving shelter and violence prevention programs. You can make a difference simply by enjoying a meal – or several – at any participating eatery in Portland, Lake Oswego, Beaverton, and Happy Valley. Find a full and growing list of involved restaurants online at For a map of locations, visit ABOUT US Raphael House of Portland has been supporting adults and children escaping domestic violence and educating our community for more than 38 years. Every $100 raised during this seventh annual “Restaurants for Raphael House” event will provide a survivor with one night of safety in our emergency shelter.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at midnight through Wednesday, December 16, 2015 at midnight
midnight through Wednesday, December 16 at midnight
ZIPPITYNEWS and KBOO partner for “Hats For The Homeless” Donation Drive. December 1st until December 15 please collect and clean, new or gently used hats, scarves and gloves and the folks at ZippityNews will distribute them to local shelters. You can find drop boxes here at these five Southeast Portland locations: Fire on the Mountain- 57th & NE Fremont Los Gorditos - 12th and SE Division Mikes Drive-In - SE Tenino St in Sellwood Cup & Saucer - 30th and NE Killingsworth Old Salt Supperhouse - NE 42nd between Killingsworth and Alberta Or call 503-880-7858 for more information (that’s 503-880-7858).
Thursday, October 22, 2015 at 5pm through Friday, October 23, 2015 at midnight
5pm through Friday, October 23 at midnight
Nosh4Nonviolence is a collaborative fundraiser for two local domestic violence intervention agencies, the Portland Women’s Crisis Line (PWCL) and West Women & Children’s Shelter. Dine at one of the locations listed below & you will be supporting the West Women's & Children's Shelter or the PWCL in their efforts to provide advocacy and support to individuals escaping violence. Restaurants include; Pacific Pie Parkside Flying Pie Pizzeria The Grilled Cheese Grill Rose and Thistle Milos City Cafe County Cork Public House Ceruleam Pro Que No Together in 2013, PWCL and The West answered 26,177 crisis line calls and served 566 survivors with advocacy. According to the Center for Disease Control’s National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey released in November 2011, one in four women and one in seven men have experienced “severe physical violence” by a partner. While staggering, this statistic doesn’t include more subtle forms of violence, such as verbal and emotional abuse, which are also a part of domestic violence.
Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 10am-1pm
It's SOLVE's big annual event, the Beach and Riverside Cleanup! Join Surfrider chapters captaining sites around Coos Bay, Florence, Newport, Manzanita and Portland - or visit many other sties across Oregon hosted by other groups. Register:
Friday, August 21, 2015 at midnight through Monday, August 24, 2015 at midnight
midnight through Monday, August 24 at midnight
Eolian Empire has once again joined forces with local DIY bookers Chris Control, Robert Komets, and David Rose to throw another FESTICIDE. Last year was a blast, and some things just need reiterating. The newly revamped MFNW is back again bland as ever, and Project Pabst swooped in to fill the rock n roll void with another corporate sponsored event. What are we gonna do about it? Throw our second annual, independent ANTI-fest! Confirmed underground venues include Blackwater, Foggy Notion, The Know, Kenton Club, High Water Mark, Anarres Info Shop, and more. There will be nine (9) shows (both matinee and night events) on the dates of FRIDAY, AUGUST 21st, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, SUNDAY AUGUST 23rd, with All-Ages events DAILY!!! Shows will be cheap or free, no wristband needed! featuring... A VOLCANO / AERIAL RUIN / BLOWOUT / BOBBY PERU / BURIALS / DANAVA / DARK/LIGHT / DEADWITCH / DRUNK DAD / EPHEMEROS / FAITH TWAIN / GAYTHEIST / HURRY UP / JENNY DON'T AND THE SPURS / LONG KNIFE / MALL CASTE / MORE HELL / MUSCLE AND MARROW / NASALROD / NUMBERED / PRIVATE ROOM / RABBITS / SAD HORSE / SANCHO / THE WOOLEN MEN / THEE LAST GO ROUND / TINY KNIVES / UNCOOL NIECE / VICE DEVICE / VX GAS ATTACK facebook event page with line-up details:
Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 9am-1pm
Spring is turning into summer! Get outdoors early with a SOLVE Planting Day, Invasive Removal or Litter Cleanup project near you. There are tons of family friendly events to choose from across the state, with new projects added daily. You can even start a project of your own! Just a few hours on a Saturday will result in improved water quality, increased wildlife habitat and carbon storage to slow climate change. So what are you waiting for – join SOLVE for some fresh air and fun at an event near you! Here's just a sampling of our events this Saturday: Multnomah County: [] Polk County: [] Washington County: [] Questions? Contact SOLVE at 503-844-9571 ext. 332 or
Saturday, April 11, 2015 at midnight through Sunday, April 19, 2015 at midnight
midnight through Sunday, April 19 at midnight
Washington County, Oregon: The Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) hosts the 11th Annual Storytelling Festival - Art of the Story April 11 - 18. The festival features five professional storytellers: Judith Black (Marblehead, Massachusetts), Sam Payne (Springville, Utah), Kuniko Yamamoto (North Port, Florida), Chetter Galloway (Tualatin, Oregon) and Brody Theater (Portland, Oregon). Admission is free and the festival performances are designed for the enjoyment of adults. Several programs also welcome children ages 6 and up. The week-long storytelling extravaganza features 16 storytelling performances at the WCCLS member libraries, the Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club and the new Sherwood Center for the Arts. The festival wraps up on Saturday, April 18 with a full slate of activities. In the morning Judith Black presents The Techniques of Telling Workshop at the Oregon College of Art & Craft (OCAC). A community-wide Story Swap hosted by the Portland Storytellers’ Guild follows the workshop at OCAC. Also on the final Saturday, Chetter Galloway presents a mid-day performance at the Aloha Library. On the evening of the 18th, the Sherwood Library hosts the finale concert featuring performances by all five storytellers at the new Sherwood Center for the Arts. A reception precedes this concert offering a no-host bar with complimentary hors d’oeuvres. The WCCLS festival is supported in part by grants from the Regional Arts and Culture Council, each of the local Friends of the WCCLS member libraries hosting a festival event, Umpqua Bank, Recology, and the Portland Storytellers’ Guild. Generous in-kind services have been provided by Pamplin MediaGroup, Friends of the Sherwood Library, Courtyard by Marriott, Sherwood Center for the Arts, Z100 Radio, KBOO Radio, Oregon College of Art & Craft, and Glenn and Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center. All details can be found at: NOTE: festival performances are designed for the enjoyment of adults. As noted below, several programs also welcome children ages 6 and up. Content in the programs requires attentive listening and may be too intense for non-school aged children. For directions to the performance venues and additional festival details please visit or pick up a festival newsletter at a local WCCLS member library.
Sunday, March 29, 2015 from 1-7pm
Free and Open to the Public. Advance registration is required for mobile workshops as space is limited: