Hey YOU GUYS! Here Are K103 Things To Do This Weekend! (July 21-23)

Barbenheimer is finally here. Will you be seeing Barbie? Or Oppenheimer? Or both?

If you can't get enough Barbie there are several events to check out including a Barbie Rave at The Crystal Ballroom, a drive-in double feature Barbie event, even a Barbie vs. Oppenheimer wine paring. And don't forget to dress in Barbiecore. Check out the many Barbiecore Pinterest boards for inspo.

What say you about watching a movie on The Bricks? Flicks on the Bricks returns this weekend to Pioneer Courthouse Square.

The Women’s World Cup is this Friday and there’s a watch party at Pioneer Square. The event is free and for all ages. Team USA will kick off their 2023 World Cup run at 6pm PST against Team Vietnam, but the all-day event will welcome soccer fans at Noon for some pre-game food and drinks, entertainment, and, then the World Cup. 

Puppy Yoga has come to Portland and you’ve never had so much fun doing Downward Dog. West Coast Fitness on N. Lombard have three puppy yoga classes this Saturday but they’re limited to 10 people. So get signed up before classes fill up.

 Friday night Portugal The Man will be performing at Edgefield in Troutdale, on tour to support their latest album, "Chris Black Changed My Life."

Portland Parks & Recreation’s popular outdoor pools will be open for the summer starting Wednesday, June 21; running through Sunday, August 27, 2023. 

And of course Parks & Rec's Summer Free For All is fun for all!

Oregon Zoo Nights (Fridays through August 18) is giving local music, food carts, beer and wine, activities for all ages, and the chance to get to know some of the animals active during twilight hours.

Tiger Tiger is a community festival uplifting and celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander voices in the greater Portland area through food, music, movement, poetry, and interactive art. It’s a free, family friendly festival tomorrow from 2 to 9 PM in Fernhill Park.

It's lavender season and what a beautiful backdrop for an afternoon picking your own at Wayward Winds! Try not to pass out in the fields from the calming scents.

Release some tension through laughter at the Portland Sketch Comedy Festival. Not that you're stressed but if you are, well there ya go.

Rides, corndogs, animals, rock band blacklight posters (do they still have those?) It's all big fun at The Washington County Fair!

Bored of it all in the kitchen? Dough Zone Dumpling House, a Seattle-based chain, just opened its first suburban Portland location in Beaverton on Monday at 2645 S.W. Cedar Hills Blvd., #105, just across from the Shake Shack at the Cedar Hills Crossing mall.

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