Taste For Equity Nov 18. Incredible and diverse food dishes at The Redd.
Join the annual BrewLights, a ZooLights brew festival experience just for the 21-and-over crowd, with dozens of local beer vendors to sample. Enjoy local food carts and dance to live music.
Portland’s pop-up skate event “Secret Roller Disco” is returning to the abandoned Marshall’s space inside the Lloyd Center Nov. 17, and Saturday, Nov. 19. Formed as an underground skate meet-up in 2020, the Secret Roller Disco now hosts free weekly events around Portland that include DJs, party lights and occasional skate rentals.
Portland Sneakerheads….Christmas comes early for you this Saturday. Rose City Sneaker Fest- the second annual- is a cool opportunity to buy, sell, and trade shoes with other sneakerheads, collectors and admirers.
Snowvana 2022 at the Oregon Convention Center. Gear up for ski and snowboard season with skis, boards, boots and apparel from 50+ manufacturers and retailers.
Portland Queer Film Festival is happening now through Sunday at Cinema 21
The Portland Art Museum’s latest exhibition is an immersive extended reality experience called “Symbiosis” which opened to the public Nov. 12 and will run for three months. The museum says it will put you into a fictional world set in the future, where people “symbiogenetically” join with animals, plants and artificial intelligence – the idea being that humans get into deeper connection with the rest of the natural world.
The Portland Holiday Market returns to the Expo Center this weekend.
‘Tis the Tree Lighting Season! Friday is “Light Up St. Johns” in North Portland with a tree lighting in the plaza at 5pm. Wear your ugly Christmas sweater or use their ugly sweater cutouts for the gram or your christmas card.
Speaking of photo ops...join Mrs. Claus at the Lloyd Center as she lights the tree and kicks off the Christmas season.
If you're planning ahead - there are so many holiday events to fill up your calendar!
If you're going to be home prepping food here are some great Thanksgiving movies to watch.
If you're feeling festive, or need some help to do so...Keep Portland's Christmas Station going wherever you are on the iHeart Radio app.