Every third Friday of the month the Blue Monk (3341 SE Belmont) hosts the Offbeat Belly Dance collective, a club rocking, good timing, genre-defying gang of badass belly dancers.
And this third Friday, November 19 2010 is no exception – the Offbeat Belly Dance collectives invites you to an Awesome! Free show! Yiyiyi! [more]
Thanksgiving FEASTival Farmers Market at PSU
Portland Farmers Market is hosting a special Thanksgiving FEASTival at the PSU location on Saturday, November 20 2010.
There will be plenty of seasonal produce “such as cranberries, pears, hazelnuts, apples, shallots, walnuts, wild mushrooms, winter squashes, herbs, Brussels sprouts, potatoes, leeks, carrots, leafy greens and more!” [more]
The Timbers Army Third Saturday for November 2010 takes place in my neck of the woods, at The Florida Room (435 N Killingsworth), on Saturday, November 20.
“If downing pints with your fellow Timbers Army compatriots isn’t enough of a draw, the Florida Room features pool and pinball, comfort food (tater tots!), a covered and heated smoking deck, a jukebox, and a photo booth. That’s right, a photo booth. Instant legends will be born this night.” [more]
The Audubon Society of Portland presents the 2010 Wild Arts Festival this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, November 20 and 21 at the Montgomery Park Atrium and Ballroom (2701 NW Vaughn).
“The Wild Arts Festival celebrates nature in the work of regionally and nationally-known artists and writers. Now in its 30th year in Portland, the Festival has become the northwest’s premier show and sale of nature-related art and books.” more]
The 2010 MLS Cup Final pits FC Dallas against the Colorado Rapids in Toronto. Normally most Portlanders wouldn’t give a rats ass about this match, but next year the Portland Timbers will be playing in the league, so maybe it’s a good idea for us to take a gander at the competition.
And we can, at the MLS Cup Final viewing at the Bagdad Theater (3702 SE Hawthorne) on Sunday, November 21. Doors open at 4:30pm, kickoff occurs at 5:30pm. This event is free and open to all ages. [more]
And for more, visit Around the Sun, Blogging Portland on the Cheap, and PDX Pipeline!
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