Very Portland Weekend ahead: an art walk, a market – at night, unconventional transit, the Timbers, and more!
The Mt. Tabor Art Walk showcases the many artists who live in this neighborhood. It is designed to promote high-quality visual art in a variety of media within the unique setting of the Mt. Tabor neighborhood.
The Portland Night Market showcases the many unique & diverse businesses that call the great City of Portland home. Blending food, culture, music, drinks and retail together for an adventurous evening in the Industrial District. The event allows people to meet some of Portland’s best makers and creators set in the unique venue of a 100+ year old produce row warehouse. The PNM is a free event and open to all ages.
Sundays at the Tram are back! Kids and parents can expect face-painting, fun craft activities, a free Tram activity book and temporary Tram tattoo. Great views from the Tram and the Observation Deck will delight the whole family.
The Tram will be open 1 to 5pm. Children 6 and under ride free with a paying adult.
Cascadian rival Vancouver Whitecaps visit Providence Park on Sunday, 22 May 2016 to face the slumping Portland Timbers.
The Timbers, in second to last place in the conference standings, hope to gain something resembling good form after two consecutive losses on the road, and one at home last Sunday to NYC FC.
In contrast, the Whitecaps are third in the standings and in fine form – winners of their last three matches including May 7th’s 2-1 defeat of Portland.
The match begins at 1:30 PM.