K103 Things To Do & Watch This Weekend Feb 23-25

The Timbers season opener is Saturday vs. Colorado Rapids. Make sure to check out the Worlds Smallest Dive Bar while you're at Providence Park.

Oregon Craft Beer Month continues with SheBrew, a family-friendly beer and cider festival at The Redd showcasing over 45 professional female brewers and 10 homebrewers from the Pacific Northwest.

You can also grab a cold one at the Hillsdale Brewfest.

Polar Plunge is Saturday at Willamette Park in Portland. A benefit for Special Olympics Oregon.

The Oregon International Auto Show at the Oregon Convention Center. Walk over to Kia Of Portland, located across from the Auto Show, and test drive your new Kia today.

It's already time for The 2024 Portland Home & Garden Show! Love getting inspired with new ideas!! Make sure to stop by the Mountainwood Homes booth - they've done two remodels for Stacey, just the best!

Jurassic Park in Concert? What's this? Man Vs. Dinos projected on the big screen with the orchestra performing John Williams’ iconic score live.

Oregon Ballet Theater's production of Peter Pan at the Keller.

While you're downtown check out the newly renovated Multnomah County Central Library. The grand reopening is Friday and she's so pretty!

The Lunar New Year celebration continues with Lantern Viewing Evenings at Lan Su.

A great way to spend an evening: The Portland Jazz Festival.

Trixie Mattel, singer, actor, and winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” season 3 is brining her Solid Pink Disco to the Crystal Ballroom.

Spotlight: A Family Arts Festival. Music, dance, theater, and visual art will fill every corner of The Judy, Portland's downtown hub for youth arts.

If it's negative ions, a nice glass of pinot gris and fistful of crab you're after the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival is happening.

Oaks Park is holding a job fair this Sunday 1-4pm. Anyone 16 and older can apply. Jobs include ride operations, roller rink, games, gift shop, and guest relations.

The public is invited to the celebration of life tomorrow in honor of Bob Moore, the founder and face of Bob’s Red Mill products. Moore was 94 when he died at his Milwaukie home


Stacey's now losing sleep because she can't stop binging The Bear. It's such a great show about chefs and family but also about anyone who has pursued and worked very hard to get better at something they're passionate about. Next up: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band starring Peter Frampton and The Bee Gees airing on Prime. Campy, musical fun. Frampton has said he was tricked into making it and when he found out Paul McCartney was not in it it was too late to back out. C'mon Frampton embrace it!

Mike's getting his "pure dumb fun" from Reacher.

What are you watching? We're always looking for new shows!

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