Another great summer weekend is upon us. Beer, movies, fests – we’ve got it all!
Movies in the park this weekend:
Friday: Wall-E @ Alberta Park
Saturday: How to Train Your Dragon @ King School Park
Sunday: Yogi Bear @ Sellwood Park [more]
Join Cort and Fatboy on Friday, August 5, 2011 for a special Midnight Movie presentation of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
January 8th, 2006: The monthly Portland late-night staple, The Cort and Fatboy Midnight Movie, got its accidental start as a charity screening for about 20 people at McMenamin’s Kennedy School. [more]
The 17th annual Bones and Brews fest takes place Saturday and Sunday, August 6 (noon until 9pm) and 7 (noon until 5pm) on the street in front of the Buckman Botanical Brewery (SE 9th and Belmont and between SE 8th and 10th on Yamhill). [more]
The 25th annual Fremont Fest takes place this Saturday, August 6, 2011 from 10am to 5pm.
NE Fremont between 42nd and 52nd will be pedestrian-only all day, to make room for a full schedule of events, including a kids and pets parade (10am to 10:30am, starting at Beaumont Middle School), a kid zone, and craft and food vendors. [more]
The 12th annual Portland Iranian Festival takes place Saturday, August 6, 2011 from 10am until 5pm in the South Park Blocks by PSU, adjacent to the farmers market.
This is a great opportunity to spend a few hours together, enjoy a beautiful summer day with friends and families, listen to lively Iranian music, dance, play games, taste delicious Iranian cuisines, and more . . . [more]
Honor your ancestors at the 2011 Obonfest on Saturday, August 6 from 3pm until 9pm.
Sponsored by and held at the Oregon Buddhist Temple (3720 SE 34th, at Powell Blvd), Obonfest features:
“Food items: yakisoba, yakiniku, yakitori, shave ice, manju, chirashi sushi, beer garden, soft drinks, Spam musubi” [more]
Bailey’s Taproom (213 SW Broadway) celebrates their 4th year with the 4th annual Barrel Aged BeerFest this Saturday, August 6, 2011.
This cash only event costs a mere $15 (which includes a souvenir glass and four tokens). Additional tokens, good four 4 ounce pours, are $1. [more]
Portland’s answer to MST3K, the 7th Planet Picture Show, is back this Sunday, August 7, 2011, at new venue: the Curious Comedy Theater (5225 NE MLK).
Doors open at 7pm, movie begins at 7:30pm. Enjoy the film skewering stylings of Will Radik, Jessica Lea DeNardo and Jay Mackin while enjoying food, booze, and a bad, bad movie. [more]