You’ve probably already made your plans for Super Bowl Sunday, and that’s cool. But if you’re still looking for something to do, and especially if you don’t actually care about the game, check out my carefully curated suggestions below!
The 2012 Portland Seafood and Wine Festival takes place this Friday and Saturday, February 3 and 4, at the Oregon Convention Center (777 NE MLK Jr. Ave). This 7th annual festival is a celebration of all things Oregon, but most specifically our wonderful Oregon seafood and wines.
The exhibitor list is impressive, featuring dozens of wineries, half a dozen restaurants, several breweries, and lots more. [more]
A Timbers Army Tifo Benefit takes place this Saturday, February 4, 2012 at the Eagles Lodge (4904 SE Hawthorne).
Admission is a mere $5, all proceeds of which go to TA tifo. The benefit features the PDX Punk Rock Collective, Green Flag (a Portland Timbers-themed punk band), and Outer Space Heaters. [more]
Super Bowl Sunday is American’s biggest [mostly] secular holiday. And it’s happening this Sunday, February 5, 2012. But what about those of us who cannot tolerate American-football? Sure, we could swallow our smugness and drink bud light and eat cheese dip with the neanderthals, but that’s not the only solution:
Sunday will be a good day to enjoy parks; museums; and pubs, taverns, and bars that don’t have TVs – they’ll all be almost empty. [more]