Now that we’ve all officially wound down from our Easter sugar highs, it’s time for another fun-filled weekend! All Weekend Oregon Trail Rally Ready for some dust kickin’, gravel grindin’ extreme raceway action?? Then don’t miss this weekend’s Oregon Trail Rally! Starting this Friday night, local and international competitors will gather to tear it up at the Portland International Raceway.
- Activities and Outings
- Camps and Education
- Events and Performances
Portland area kindie rock favorite, Red Yarn, is back with another rollicking installment of the Fambly Ramble! This hugely popular concert series features a different guest musician each show; past performers have included The Harmonica Pocket, Gustafer Yellowgold and Tim Kubart.
- Food and Drink
- Found Around Town
When it comes to shopping for your children, choosing the right brand can be daunting. Will it last? Will it protect? Is it comfortable? Is it worth the price? Will my child like it? As the owner of Beanstalk resale, I have scoured through dozens of product brands to determine which items are the best in quality, durability, comfort and fashion.
- News and Happenings
Now that it’s officially spring, and almost April (yippy!) we can start shedding a couple layers and heading outside on these wonderful weekends! March 31 Last Day of Whale Watching Week Okay, so this event may require a little driving, but it’s totally worth it! Every spring in late March, gray whales travel northward along the Oregon coast, heading for Alaska.
Wee! Spring is here! What better way to honor the season of growth and newness than to feature the bountiful farms right here in Portland’s backyard? We’re excited to bring you this year’s edition of our CSA Resource Guide: a colorful centerfold with all you need to know to keep a fresh, delicious supply of lovingly harvested fruits and veggies (plus other goods like fish, meat and eggs) coming in the door all season long! Yum! We’ve also rounded up a bunch of summer camps where kiddos can get firsthand farming experience on real working farms, as well as generally get their hands (and feet and everywhere else) good and dirty while soaking up the spoils of Mother Nature.