K103 Things To Do This Weekend (Feb 25-27)

If you're got littles in the house you know Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood all too well. Don't miss out on the show coming to Portland Sunday March 13, 2pm at Keller Auditorium. Win your way in at K103.com or click the link to buy tix

Check out Disney & Pixar's Coco a whole new way at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.  Celebrate Día de los Muertos with 12-year-old Miguel as he travels to the Land of the Dead to discover the truth about his family and their musical legacy through the music of The Oregon Symphony!

It's the last weekend of the Portland International Auto Show at the Convention Center.

The Portland Jazz Festival wraps up this weekend with Portland's own Greater Kind Saturday at Jack London Review. Tickets and info at PDXJazz.org.

The Hillsbrew Fest at the Wingspan Event and Conference Center in Hillsboro is tapping into 30 independent craft brewers and two cideries. Pours are flowing Fri, Feb 25, 11:30 AM – Sun, Feb 27, 10:00 PM

Oregon Craft Spirits Festival is Saturday at The Redd on Distillery Row.

The PDX Craft Beer Fest is happening now through Sunday at Pine Street Market. If you’re into Portland’s rich beer culture, here’s an event for you. The Pine Street Taproom is hosting the PDX Craft Beer Fest. Tickets are $30 and they include a mug and 12 tasters. Pints will also be available for purchase. There is food available for purchase elsewhere in the Pine Street Market too. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.com.

Want to go out but not feel it the next day? Going sober is so popular celebs like Katy Perry and Blake Lively have released their own lines of unleaded apertifs. Portland's own Suckerpunch is the first zero proof bar of it's kind in the rose city and this weekend if you're lucky enough to get reservations, you can check out their first popup location! If you want to get into one of their two nightly seatings at 6 and 8pm. you will need reservations and a vax card. They also make cocktail kits for home, but are presently sold out.

Tamales Festival “to go” is going on today through Sunday from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily at Portland Mercado. There will be different kinds of tamales from all over Latin America available in one place at the Portland Mercado this weekend.

The Rose City Polar Plunge is tomorrow at Willamette Park. The race and plunge is back in person in 2022. The Polar Plunge is a chilling tradition for a good cause. The money raised goes to Special Olympics Oregon. So, if participating in a run or jumping into frigid water – or both of those things for a good cause sound good to you, this is the event for you. You do need to preregister at soor.org.

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