Tulip Fest 2011 at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn kicks off Friday, March 25 and runs through Sunday, May 1.
On weekdays it’s 40 acres of blooming tulips (and daffodils), a cafe, country store, farm equipment on display, Dutch sausages, and a gift shop. And on weekends you get all that, plus pony rides, . . . beer and wine and . . . [more]
Better Living Home and Garden Show
Compare, shop, try and buy – sustainable products for your home and garden, eco-chic fashion, electric vehicles, and cutting-edge green technologies. Get tips from experts, learn how to reduce your energy costs and live a healthier lifestyle. It’s three days packed with activities for the entire family. Bring the kids. There’s good food, entertainment, and . . . [more]
The Portland Art Museum offers free admission on the fourth Friday of every month from 5-8 p.m. The Museum also offers free admission and special family programming several times a year. [more]
Portland’s Stadium: The Many Lives of Civic Stadium
Join Michael Orr at the Architectural Heritage Center on Saturday, March 26, 2011 as he presents Portland’s Stadium: The Many Lives of Civic Stadium [more]
Game 2: Timbers vs. Toronto FC
The Portland Timbers travel to Toronto for the second match of the 2011 MLS season. Watch at a Portland Soccer Bar! Kickoff is at 11am. [more]
Little Blue Pill World Premiere
The world premiere of Little Blue Pill takes place on Saturday, March 26, 2011 at the Hollywood Theater (4122 NE Sandy).
Aaron Godfred, a Linfield and UO alumnus, wrote and directed Little Blue Pill, and shot much of the film in Portland. The Pittock Mansion, Voodoo Doughnuts, The Rheinlander, and other iconic Portland locations appear, and the cast and crew includes numerous Portlanders. [more]
And for even more weekend events and activities, visit Around the Sun, Blogging Portland on the Cheap, and PDX Pipeline!
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