You’re the problem if you don’t have fun this weekend: Timbers, St. Patrick’s Day festivities, and more!
St. Patrick’s Day Festivities
A collection of collections:
- St. Patrick’s Day and weekend beer events around Portland at OregonLive.com
- Where to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2016 in Portland at OregonLive.com
- Portland St. Patrick’s Day Events: Parties, Festivals, Music, Food & Drink Specials at PDXPipeline
- Erin Go Bragh! St. Patrick’s Day Fun Around Portland at Red Tricycle
Meet and talk directly to local farmers who grow our food! More than 40 local farmers, ranchers, and fishers will showcase CSA options, including vegetables, fruits, pastured meats, wild fish, eggs, flowers, honey, and more. . .
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a growing movement that connects eaters and farmers. This is a win-win: You get healthy, fresh, farm-direct food every week, and your farmer gets freedom and security. Other benefits of CSA shares include getting to know your farmer, eating more vegetables, supporting a local business, connecting with your food, and investing in low impact farming practices that protect our drinking water, soils, and wildlife habitat.
Real Salt Lake [goddamn that’s a stupid name] visit Providence Park on Saturday, 19 March 2016 to face the Portland Timbers in their second home match of the regular season.
The Timbers look to bounce back from a loss last weekend against an undefeated RSL team coming off a 2-1 victory over Seattle.
The match on Saturday will be the 19th competitive game (regular season, postseason and U.S. Open Cup) between the two teams. This marks the first time that Portland has faced an MLS opponent 19 times since the Timbers first joined the league in 2011.
In 2015, the Timbers led all of MLS with the most shots in both the regular season and the postseason. To start this season, Portland is again getting shots off at an impressive clip with 36, good for second-most in the league. [More]
The Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest is an invitation from our family to yours to enjoy all things that make spring in the Northwest. Stroll through 40 acres of stunning beauty, experience expansive views of vineyards, distant mountains, and a few mud puddles. Fresh flowers, food, and fun for the entire family!