EVENTS ON THE PORTLAND EVENTS WALL CALENDAR
82nd Avenue of Roses Parade & Carnival Days
This parade always comes with a free carnival for kids and ends with a classic car cruise-in.
Abby's Closet Prom Gown Giveaway
This local nonprofit has been giving away free prom dresses for 15 years. Just bring a student ID.
Adult Soapbox Derby
Only in Portland would adults lovingly build soapbox racers and hurl themselves down a cinder cone. Free.
AIDS Walk Portland
Join forces to raise money and awareness for local HIV/AIDS services and outreach programs.
Alberta Street Fair
It's one of the city's largest street fairs: Art installations, performance art, live music, and vendors stretch for blocks.
Alpenrose Dairy Easter Egg Hunt
One of Portland's biggest Easter events, now in its 57th year. Take your kids, ages 3-8, to hunt for Easter eggs at a beautiful dairy. Free.
Americaís Largest Christmas Bazaar
Get gift ideas from 1000 vendors, many selling handmade wares. Find free days and admission discounts on the website.
Apple Tasting at Portland Nursery
It's free to taste the Northwest's succulent apple and pear varieties at the Portland Nursery. Then you can buy your favorites.
Bastille Day Festival
Vive la France! Delight in a French marketplace, street performers, and kids' activities.
At this Willamette Week event, veteran and amateur brewers combine talents, and unusual beers flow.
Bites for Rights
Eat statewide at participating restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and bakeries to raise funds for local LGBT organizations.
Show us just what you can create with Legos, and check out the impressive constructions of others, too, at the convention center.
Bridge to Brews
Run a 10K or 8K course that crosses the Fremont Bridge and ends with a beer festival.
Grape stomping and watermelon eating competitions in Carlton! Helicopter rides, too. Free to attend and compete.
Cathedral Park Jazz Festival
For 3 days, jazz and blues greats lay it down while fans lounge beneath the Gothic arches and columns of St. Johns Bridge. Now in its 39th year. Free.
The Oregon Potters Association puts on the largest ceramics show in the nation. Buy, admire, and talk shop. Free.
Get tickets early for this wild New Year's party, which touts 1400 guests, 4 dance floors, 17 bars, and one epic countdown.
Is chardonnay Oregon's next big grape? Taste and decide for yourself at this wine-country festival.
Chinese New Year Cultural Fair
Celebrate the Year of the Pig and learn about Asian cultures, both abroad and in Portland, at this huge Chinese New Year fair.
Start that diet tomorrow, run for chocolate today! Choose from a 5K run/walk and a 10K run.
Christine Palmer Antique & Collectible Shows
Find out how much that old vase is really worth: professional appraisals and 1000s of antiques sold. Shows in July and October, too.
Christmas at the Old Church
Hear original and traditional Christmas songs with gospel singers and more led by pianist Michael Allen Harrison.
Christmas in Dairyville
This complete Christmas town boasts vintage storefronts and holiday scenes replete with live animals, Santa, and decorated trees. Free.
Christmas Ships Parade
Quite a sight! Boats decorated with holiday lights parade along the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Check the website for a schedule with locations.
Cider Rite of Spring
What better way to ring in spring than with over 30 NW cidermakers and their fermented wares? Many of the ciders poured are seasonal or limited edition.
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
It's one of the nation's most spectacular celebrations, with fireworks, mariachis, dancing, and lucha libre wrestling, in Waterfront Park.
Clackamas Down the River Clean Up
A great excuse to hit the Clackamas River with a gang of trash-collecting do-gooders. Have fun sustaining Oregon rivers.
Code Orange Easter Egg Drop
Whoa! A helicopter drops 20,000 plastic Easter eggs in Brentwood Park. Around 2000 kids partake in the hunt. Free.
Crafty Wonderland Art + Craft Markets
Over 250 artisans gather to share and sell their handmade products. Free admission and tons of gift ideas. There's also a holiday market held in December.
This free classic and custom car show draws 1000s, with 500+ cars, the Burnout competition, and kids' activities. Elvis has even been known to stop in.
It's out-of-the-box fun with boxes! Admire curious cabinets decorated with exotic items, from bones to botanicals, and learn to make your own.
Dancing in the Square Pow-Wow
Celebrate American Indian Day at this free, dazzling dance with traditional attire, singing, and drums.
Design Week Portland
Enter the world of design and be amazed by 100s of visually mesmerizing events across the city.
Dirty Leprechaun 5K Mud Run
An alternative to the Shamrock Run, it takes place on Lee Farms in Tualatin with mud, obstacles, bonfires, food, and brews.
Who's faster, you or your pet? Hosted by the Oregon Humane Society, it's "Portland's biggest party for pets and people." Proceeds help Oregon pets.
A huge, worldwide event, everyone turns their lights off for one hour (that's 8:30-9:30pm in Portland).
It's a perfect snapshot of Oregon cuisine: all-star chefs, lots to eat and drink, and proceeds go toward ending hunger in the US.
From theater and dance to literature and visual art, 75 local artists unveil new works in venues citywide. Workshops, too.
Festival of Balloons in Tigard
It's a beautiful image: Hundreds of hot-air balloons taking to the skies at sunrise. Then the festivities kick off, with cotton candy, a car show, a beer garden, and much more.
Festival of Flowers
In a city famous for flowers, this huge art installation in Pioneer Courthouse Square takes the cake.
Festival of the Last Minute
Procrastinators rejoice! This gift-filled festival hosted by Portland Saturday Market has your back. Even Santa has been known to make an appearance.
These city-hosted events are all about home improvement, with cost-saving tips and more. Look for a 2nd fair in February.
Foot Traffic Flat
This Sauvie Island race offers a 5K and an 8K as well as full and half marathons, all known for their flat, scenic terrain.
Foot Traffic Holiday Half Marathon & 5K
This flat half marathon in North Portland is all about having fun, ending with seasonal ales and eggnog, warm food, and carolers.
Forest Grove Concours díElegance
Head to Pacific University's Forest Grove campus to see seriously beautiful vintage cars. Raises money for students and the community. Now in its 47th year.
Fueled by Fine Wine Half Marathon
A unique way to tour wine country, this very challenging half marathon weaves through vineyards and ends with a wine tasting with winemakers.
Global Cannabis March Portland
Join cannabis proponents worldwide in marching for the global legalization of marijuana. Speakers and live music in downtown.
Great Train Show
All aboard! It has a huge Lego train display, 40+ train exhibitors, and more. Discounts on the website.
Since 1952, this popular festival has opened the door to Greek culture, with Greek food, dances, vendors, and cultural crafts.
Choose to run or walk one of a variety of courses in Aloha. Costumes encouraged.
Hawthorne Street Fair
See Hawthorne like you've never seen it before, as local artists, musicians, and vendors take over the boulevard.
Helvetia Half Marathon & 10K Run/Walk
The popular half marathon, 15K, and 10K run/walk now includes a 25-mile bike race through gorgeous scenery. Races begin and end at Hillsboro Stadium.
Hippie Chick Half Marathon, Quarter Marathon & 5K
This all-women race is all about inspiring women to reach their goals. Flat, with a supportive environment and great after-party.
The islands come to Portland at this annual Hawaiian dance fest, dinner, and fundraiser, now in its 13th year.
Holiday Ale Festival
Celebrate the holidays in Pioneer Courthouse Square with fellow beer lovers and more than 50 potent winter ales.
Santa and his elves operate this classic steam train, which runs from Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge along the Willamette River.
Holiday Food & Gift Festival
Get your shopping done early while supporting local craftspeople and businesses. Gourmet food, tea, and coffee tastings, too.
Hood River Valley Blossom Time
Experience one of the country's most fertile fruit-growing regions. The 35-mile Hood River Fruit Loop blooms with farm stands and festivities on various dates throughout the month.
Hood to Coast Relay
Register a 12-member team to run day and night from Mt. Hood to Seaside. Expect an epic beach party at the end of the 199-mile route.
There's no better time to take your kids to the zoo: Trick-or-treaters collect candy while learning about animals and their habitats.
Nowís your chance to eat traditional curries and learn about Indian music and dance.
International Cat Show
It's all about cat love! Admire pure breeds, buy cat toys, and maybe add a new cat to the family. Bring canned goods for a discount.
Kells St. Patrickís Irish Festival
May the luck of the Irish be with you! It's Portland's largest St. Patrick's Day party, with a good mix of traditional entertainment for families and revelers.
Kentucky Derby Party
Dress up Southern-style for a traditional Kentucky Derby party at Portland Meadows.
It's a festival designed for parents and their kids! Storytelling, innovative games, healthy and delicious foods, and lots of fun.
Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts
This huge regional art show features established and emerging artists, from dancers to painters and sculptors, all around town. Most shows free.
Lights on Peacock Lane
Head to Southeast's Belmont neighborhood to tour an entire street of Tudor homes elaborately decorated for the holidays. Look for pedestrian-only nights.
Lincoln City Fall Kite Festival
Like its summer counterpart, this high-flying festival offers colorful kite flying demos, free kite-making for kiddos, and a kite race.
Something for everyone! These Aloha races range from a 10K relay to a quarter-mile run for kids and always end with lots of food.
McMenamins UFO Festival
In McMinnville, the nation's 2nd-largest UFO festival is truly out of this world, with a parade, a costume ball, and lectures by alien specialists.
Memorial Weekend in the Wine Country
The vineyards are beautiful in May, and even small wineries throw open their doors for special tastings, discounts, and entertainment.
This family-oriented, community-building event celebrates Japanese culture, with mochi pounding, live performances, and tasty mochi.
Mondo Croquet World Championships and Mad Hatter Picnic
This surreal version of croquet involves bowling balls, sledgehammers, and fun costumes. 2019 is its 22nd year!
Mount Angel Oktoberfest
Mount Angel becomes Munich: The whole town dresses up to partake of alpine food, wiener dog races, free concerts, and traditional Biergartens.
Mount Angel Wurstfest
Oktoberfest in the spring! Loads of first-rate German beer, sausage, polka, and family fun.
Mt. Tabor Art Walk
Grab a map and tour this artistic neighborhood's art studios and artists' homes.
My Muddy Valentine
You will definitely at least find true mud at this race in honor of Valentine's Day, featuring brunch, mimosas, beer, and music.
National Bike to Work Day
Promote a healthy body and environment by joining fellow bikers and riding to work.
National Night Out
Get to know your neighbors to build a stronger community. Each year boasts 120-200 local events and parties.
No Pants Subway Ride PDX
For more than a decade, pantless people have boarded the Max and celebrated... cold knees?
Northwest Filmmakersí Festival
This nationally significant festival finds, selects, and shows the best new films by NW filmmakers.
Northwest Food & Wine Festival
Enjoy near-endless pairing options at this epic foodie event, bringing together 600 West Coast wines and 50 restaurants.
Northwest Tarot Symposium
Learn all about cartomancy, from Tarot to Oracle, with workshops, exhibits, vendors, and performances. A free psychic fair, too.
The image of hundreds of candlelit lanterns ascending skyward is a beautiful way to commemorate one's ancestors. Purchase and decorate your lantern in advance.
Old House Revival Tour
Tour some of Portland's most historic and beautiful homes with an eye to renovation and preservation. The self-guided tour offers opportunities to talk with homeowners and craftspeople.
Oregon Brewers Festival
Now in its 32nd year, it brings Oregon beer lovers and brewers from around the world together in Waterfront Park.
Oregon Cider Week
It takes more than 7 days to celebrate all things cider in Portland. Sample ciders from around the region at themed tastings and tap takeovers galore.
Oregon Country Fair
Perhaps Oregon's most famous fair, with attendance nearing 50,000. It's worth the 2-hour drive for free-spirited fun on 280 acres.
Oregon Fall Half Marathon
Run a half marathon, quarter marathon, or 5K in the scenic Willamette Valley before those winter rains arrive.
Oregon Flock & Fiber Festival
In Canby, sign up for workshops and watch competitions to learn all about fiber arts, such as knitting, and raising livestock.
Oregon Garden Barn Dance & Pig Roast
A chance to go honky-tonkin' in the garden in Silverton. Live music, line-dancing lessons, and good eats.
Oregon Orchid Show & Sale
Admire and purchase orchids native to locales from Africa to Thailand, at the Northwest's largest orchid show.
Oregon Star Party
Marvel at the stars in the dark skies of eastern Oregon at one of the nation's largest star parties.
Oregon State Fair
Amateur home-brew and chocolate-cake competitions take their place alongside bigger carnival rides and musical acts. In Salem.
Oregon State Parks Day
Get out of town... and into the country! For one day, enjoy free camping and day-use parking in all state parks.
Oregon Truffle Festival
Who knew Oregon is home to one of the world's rarest gourmet ingredients? Find a 2nd event in February.
Oregon Winter Half Marathon
Run 13 miles and 192.5 feet on a mostly flat course through The Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club. Quarter marathon and 5K runs, too.
Oregon Zoo Rabbit Romp
Free with zoo admission, candy-egg hunts are held every 15 minutes for kids and toddlers. Don't forget a basket!
Oregon turns 160, and she's never looked better. It's a great day to be an Oregonian. Enjoy it!
Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show
Lovers of the outdoors, find everything you'll need for an adventurous 2019. Past years included a massive indoor river and free trout-fishing for kids.
PDX Jazz Festival
For almost 2 weeks, some of the best jazz musicians on earth play shows in venues across the city. Now in its 16th year.
Perseid Meteor Shower Watch
It's one of the most dramatic star shows all year. OMSI even throws a party at both L.L. "Stub" Stewart and Rooster Rock State Parks (bring $5 for parking).
Head out to Happy Valley's Pendarvis Farm for this music festival with camping and top indie musicians.
You've got this: Compared to a polar plunge in Alaska, this is nothing. Join 1000s to raise money for Special Olympics Oregon.
Portland Arts & Lectures
Get inspired by some of the world's most famous authors. Dates in February and April, too.
Portland Beaujolais Nouveau Festival
Celebrate the release of a new vintage of beaujolais, with French and local beaujolaisóa tradition begun in France. Get tickets early.
Portland Boat Show
Check out boats of all sizes and styles in a 250,000-sq-ft space. Kids 12 and under attend free.
Portland Book Festival
At the event formerly known as Wordstock, Portland becomes an open book, with author readings, workshops, and book signings at venues across the city.
Portland Bridal Show
Planning your dream wedding? Meet with local pros and see if the perfect dress catches your eye on the runway.
Portland Craft Beer Festival
This well-attended beerfest is seriously local, pouring beers, ciders, meads, and wines crafted almost exclusively within the city limits.
Portland Erotic Ball
Portland's largest costume contest and Halloween party gets risque, with DJs, dancing, and performances.
Portland Fashion Week
Named TIME's Best Indie Fashion Week, this long-running event features sustainable creations by Portland designers.
Portland Fresh Hops Fest
This beer festival showcases incredibly fresh beers made with the year's newly harvested hop crop.
Portland Highland Games
Before it was plaid, it was tartan. Gresham gets into a Scottish state of mind with kilt races, bagpiping, and dancing.
Portland Home & Garden Show
Get inspired! The show shares the most up-to-date garden designs, color trends, rockwork, and more.
Portland International Auto Show
Admire the world's most advanced and exotic cars and test-drive the latest models. Find family-pass deals on the website.
Portland International Beerfest
Get a global perspective: Drink high-end beers from over 10 countries in the North Park Blocks.
Portland International Film Festival
The largest filmfest in Oregon brings 100s of critically acclaimed movies, by both celebrated and under-the-radar directors, to theaters citywide.
Portland International Raceway Auto Swap Meet
This huge classic-auto swap has 1500 vendors and everything from vintage car sales to rare auto parts.
Portland Mardi Gras Ball
Get into a New Orleans state of mind, with party-on costumes, big bands, and dancing galore.
Portland Old-Time Music Gathering
This traditional-music festival is bound to get your toes tappin', with more fiddles, banjos, and square dancing than you can shake a stick at.
Portland Open Studios
A great way to support and engage with local artists. Go behind the scenes while visiting 100+ jury-selected artists' studios throughout the city.
Portland Pride Festival & Parade
Portland's largest celebration of diversity encompasses numerous events, including a wild Saturday-night dance party, leading up to Sunday's big parade.
Portland Roadster Show
This long-running car show delivers celebrity builders, the model car contest, rockabilly shows, and lots of "automotive art."
Portland Rose Festival
The best city on earth knows how to get down, with parades, runs, and concerts for an entire month.
Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade
It's our city's parade! Flower-bedazzled floats, spectacular costumes, marching bands, and more.
Portland Rose Societyís Spring Rose Show
Prepare to astound your senses: For nearly 130 years, it's showcased 1000s of beautiful roses. There's usually a fall show in September, too.
Portland Seafood & Wine Festival
Timed with the peak of Dungeness crab season, it brings you local seafood and wines from more than 50 Oregon wineries for upscale fun at a good price.
Portland Swap Meet
Tour over 3500 vendor stalls to find the rarest and most random car parts. Vintage cars on display, too.
Portland Tree Lighting Ceremony
A choir kicks things off and talented musicians lead sing-alongs, all in honor of the illumination of Portland's 75-ft, 14,000-light tree.
Indulge in the vegetable-based diet, with national chefs, best-selling authors, and lots of food.
Portland Veterans Day Parade
Thank veterans, active military, and their families at this 2000-strong parade in NE.
Portland Winter Light Festival
Stroll the installations, now located throughout the city, illuminated by brilliant artworks inspired by light festivals around the world.
Providence Bridge Pedal
Explore Portland's bridges by bike, at one of the largest rides all year. Routes span a variety of bridges and include a ride for kids.
Providence Festival of Trees
View creatively decorated trees with themes, from bicycles to the Trail Blazers. Proceeds benefit Providence Health & Services.
It's the only US festival dedicated to LGBT documentaries. Films have profiled such greats as Susan Sontag and more.
Race for the Roses
Run half marathon, 10K, 5K, or 1K races, all starting at the convention center, to raise funds for Albertina Kerr.
Reach the Beach
Whether a pro or amateur cyclist, ride to the beach and raise money for the American Lung Association.
Record Store Day
Here's extra incentive to rock Portland's record stores: free in-store shows, free memorabilia, and discounts all day long.
Recycled Arts Festival
Supporting the environment has never been funnier: jugglers, clowns, and awesomely inventive artworks made from recycled materials.
Red Dress Party
At this fundraiser, everyone wears a red dress and dances into the wee hours. Proceeds go to gender-equality organizations.
Rice Northwest Museumís Summer Festival
Teach your kids that rocks rock, with colorful geodes and cool Oregon fossils at this Smithsonian-supported museum.
Rose City Book & Paper Fair
Find 1000s of well-priced used books sold by independent West Coast bookstores at this friendly book fair.
Rose City Classic
A must for dog lovers, it's one of the largest dog shows in the nation, with over 185 breeds and numerous competitions.
Rose City Comic Con
Meet comic-book writers and sci-fi actors and enjoy all things pop culture at Portland's Comic Con.
Rose Festival Dragon Boat Race
Here's your chance to ride a dragon! Join a team or watch as nearly 100 decorated boats charge between the downtown bridges. Free.
Roy Webster Cross-Channel Swim
Join this daring group in Hood River, and swim 1.1 miles across the Columbia. Now in its 77th year.
Run Like Hell!
What makes running even better? Costumes! Dress for Halloween and run a 5K, 10K, or half marathon downtown. Check the website for this year's theme.
Saint Benedict Festival
Mingle with the monks of Mount Angel Abbey while enjoying smooth jazz, lawn games, and generous pours. Proceeds benefit the abbey, 21-and-over only.
SakÈ Fest PDX
Taste what happens when dozens of fine Japanese and US sakÈs and local Japanese restaurants get together in one room.
Join pros in constructing the best sand castles ever! This classic event has taken place on Cannon Beach for more than 50 years.
Enjoy Scandinavian tradition, with a Finnish Santa Claus, the Pippi Longstocking Room, and lots of dancing and food.
The largest running event in the state always sells out and always ends with brews. Choose half marathon, 5K, 8K, or 15K.
Sherwood Robin Hood Festival
One of Oregon's oldest and most unique events includes a parade, knightings, Vendor Village, and an international archery competition. Free. 2019 is its 66th year!
Sherwood Winter Festival
This community celebration includes a parade, tree lighting, and lots of free activities for kids.
SHOC Walk & Run for Ovarian Cancer
In Gladstone, join over 700 others running or walking for the Sherie Hildreth Ovarian Cancer Foundation.
SIP! The McMinnville Wine & Food Classic
Touring the Evergreen Space Museum is amazing in itself, never mind adding over 150 fine wineries, restaurants, and artists.
SkiFever & Snowboard Show
Get ready for winter: Sell or swap old gear and buy new gear at discounted prices, at this huge snow-sport event.
SOLVE Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup
Help to keep Oregon's beaches pristine at this beach-cleaning event. Join 1000s coastwide.
Soul'd Out Music Festival
Bringing the funk from far and wide, it's a huge showcase of hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and beats. 2019 is the 10th anniversary edition.
Spring Whale Watching Week
See and learn about gray whales with help from knowledgeable volunteers at 24 coastal locations.
St. Johns Bizarre
Cheer on the St. Johns Parade, and then check out live bands, local artisans, food carts, and more. Keep St. Johns bizarre!
Wait... is it a 5K race or a costume-themed street party? Both? It's Portland's largest fun run! Now in its 41st year.
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
Walk, run, cheer, or volunteer to beat breast cancer. Portland's is one of the most successful Komen races in the country.
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Roll yer Rrrs and shiver yer timbersóthere be pirates afoot in Porrrtland today!
Listen to inspiring talks by Portland's most creative and influential people.
The Big Float
Swap hot pavement for cool Willamette waters. This visually stunning float in Waterfront Park is all about showing off inflatable style.
The Catio Tour
Investigate the cuddly world of cat patios, and maybe even walk away with plans to build your own.
The Christmas Revels
Partake in a traditional winter solstice celebration, with over 10 holiday performances that combine medieval, Victorian, and Celtic themes with songs, dance, poetry, and drama.
The Gathering of the Guilds
Admire and buy handcrafted art at this massive gathering of Oregon craftspeople. Free.
The Oregon Marathon
Now in its 6th edition, this marathon starts in Banks and includes 23 miles of hard-surfaced, forested trail.
Northwest artisan cheesemakers are doing incredible things. Sample and buy cheeses and beverages. Cheese-wheel bowling, too!
Thrill the World Portland
See the most influential music video in history reenacted downtown. Feel free to don your best zombie makeup and join in!
Time-Based Art Festival
Acclaimed artists, from international dancers to boundary-pushing sculptors, bring creative energy to venues citywide.
A Thanksgiving-day 5K walk/run for crazily costumed plant eaters! Vegan food and prizes await at the finish line.
Tour de Cure
Ride to cure diabetes in this noncompetitive event. Great for both pro and amateur cyclists.
Buy native Oregon plants in Tryon Creek Park, where native plant experts and enthusiasts are on hand to offer advice.
Letís face itólifeís just better with a tuba. And 250 tubas, all playing holiday songs for free in Portland's Living Room, is exceptional.
Turkey Trot Relay & 5K Run/Walk
Start Thanksgiving off on the right foot with a jog through 250+ holiday light displays at Portland International Raceway's Winter Wonderland.
Vampire's Masquerade Ball
Sharpen your teeth for performances, from DJs to aerial dancing. The steampunk and gothic attire is legendary.
Vancouver Wine & Jazz Festival
Dance your blues away, accompanied by jazz and wines from more than 50 wineries.
Verboort Sausage & Sauerkraut Festival
Since 1934, it has made other sausage events blush, with 30,000 lbs of sausage and bulk-purchase lines beginning hours before sunrise.
Village Building Convergence
Join your neighbors in making Portland more beautiful. Hands-on projects at more than 35 sites citywide.
You never know what this race will throw at you. Seriously, in past years, the "battleground" course included barbed wire and a wall of fire.
Washington County Fair
Free to attend, this classic county fair offers carnival rides, animal and car shows, and plenty of fried oddities.
Washington State International Kite Festival
Voted the best kite festival in North America; 100s of colorful kites soar over Long Beach, Washington.
Waterfront Blues Festival
Blues and rock musicians lay down the jams on dueling stages in Waterfront Park, at this Oregon Food Bank fundraiser.
West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta
Watch costumed competitors row across Tualatin Lake in boat-sized pumpkins. Funny-looking fun for everyone.
Wild Arts Festival
Raise money for the Audubon Society of Portland by admiring or buying fine artworks inspired by nature.
Wine Country Thanksgiving
Whether holiday shopping or just tasting with friends and family, you'll find discounts and festivities in Willamette Valley.
World Domination Summit
A week of workshops, keynotes, and meet-ups galore help you do you. Think "Burning Man meets South by Southwest."
World Naked Bike Ride in Portland
Of all naked bike rides, Portland's is the largest. It raises awareness of the vulnerability of cyclists on busy roads.
Over 100 of Oregon's 200+ breweries open their doors, with special events, free tastings, and tours.