Beer, bikes, music, movies, a Slavic Festival, and more on this Canada Day weekend!
The 2012 North American Organic Brewer Festival takes place Friday through Sunday, June 29, 30 and July 1 at North Portland’s beautiful Overlook Park.
One of my two favorite Portland beer festivals, celebrates its 8th year with over 60 organic beers and ciders, live music, organic foods, vendors, and even activities for the kids. The beer selection looks fantastic! [more]
“Pedalpalooza is 3+ weeks of bikey fun. With 272 different events, most organized by individuals, bikers of all persuasions are likely to find many events of interest. Nearly all events are free.”
Runs June 7-30. [more]
Portland Parks and Recreation has released the 2012 summer schedule of Movies in the Park. From June 29 through September 18 sprawl out at one of Portland’s fine municipal parks several times a week for an evening of free entertainment.
Friday 6/29: The Adventures of Tintin @ Knott Park
Saturday 6/30: E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial @ King School Park [more]
The 2012 Portland Slavic Festival takes place Saturday, June 30 at Oaks Amusement Park from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The largest Slavic festival in the Northwest features art shows, dance groups, singers, choirs of children and adults, sports, and lots more. Vendors will be offering Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian, and Armenian food. [more]
The st johns nofest is a free music and arts festival with over 90 performances this year. the event begins at noon in the historic town square, and continues across multiple venues late into the night. every conceivable and perceivable music genre is represented, as well as installations, micro film fests, and a spoken word/comedy showcase. growing into its 5th year, the SJNF is evolving and expanding. [more]