Voted Portland’s favorite pet event, Doggie Dash is a blocks-long pet festival where you can have fun with or without your four-legged friends. Help animals in need and join the festivites at Waterfront Park when cars are banned from Naito Blvd. for the 25th Annual Doggie Dash benefiting the Oregon Human Society.
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Hey Portland! It’s always a great day when you get a break from the rain- wouldn’t you agree (even if only for a few hours)? Also a good reminder that it’s officially Spring and time to start thinking about new goals. So I challenge you Portlanders- what’s next for you? How will you achieve those goals you’ve been after? What are places you’ve never been? How many times did you get out to the Coast or enjoy the mountain rivers last year?
Now is a great time to think about your next adventures and plan accordingly. Some thoughts? Try going out to the John Day River and enjoy some good old bass fishing. Or how about floating down the Clackamas River with some friends? Some small ideas to get the wheels turning.
Next on the list, go to the Scenic Gorge and spend a night or two in Hood River. It’s easy to sit back and watch the kite boarders go by while sitting down at the Events Site and enjoying a Gorge Burger at the SANDBARcafe. Feeling even more adventurous? How’s about giving it a go yourself? Take lessons and get out on the water by trying out windsurfing or kayaking. Pick fresh pears, apples and berries at the local farms. On the way back- drive Highway 35 and enjoy the lush beauty of Mt Hood’s National Forest.
Get those wheels turning Portland and get ready for Summer Fun! One of the best opportunities to fully discover what Oregon’s about! Dry Desert, Green Forests, Famers Markets, Mountian Rivers, Coastlines and just about every outdoor adventure you could possibly dream up in 2 hour car trip! Cheers!
The Original Open-Source Technology
A Conversation between Jessica Helfand and Kate-Bingaman Burt
Thursday, June 16, 7:00 pm–9:00 pm, Doors at 6:30 pm, The Sapphire Room at INDIGO @ twelve | west, 430 SW 13th Avenue, Portland, Oregon
Find out more! If you are a resident of Indigo @ twelve|west, please get in touch with your concierge staff for special ticket offers.
Do you have a great picture of the building or from the building? Send it to us at [email protected] and the winning picture will be showcased in the lobby! Competition runs now through Labor Day.
Photo Courtesy of B-Line Delivery.
B-Line is featured on Groupon today! The G-team is supporting their B-shares program to deliver healthy food to people in need! Learn more at b-shares and join us in supporting their Groupon campaign today through Thursday! Sign on as a G-team supporter and be registered to win a $100 gift card to Whole Foods Market on April 21. Sign on here.
Hey Portland! Have you checked out SoupCycle? SoupCycle is a local company dedicated to supporting local farmers and providing quality soups delivered by bike. Currently, SoupCycle delivers to Indigo every Wednesday. Learn more about Soup Cycle and explore the various flavors.
Do you enjoy artwork? If so, this weekend is the perfect opportunity to get out and enjoy Portland’s 8th Annual SE Area Art Walk happening March 5 & 6 from 10am to 5pm. Over 200 artists will be showing their work with an array of mediums from photography to sculpture. This event is free. Find out more!
For additional information and ticket sales please visit Wanderlust Circus. Enjoy the show!
Check out Tracey Lett’s latest production, Superior Donuts showing at the Artists Repertory Theatre January 4, 2011 through February 6, 2011. “Sprinkled with chuckles and glazed with connections, Superior Donuts tells the story of how friendship is not confectionary but a human treat that when established, satiates and fills the heart” -Via Artists Repertory Theatre, read more.
Photo Courtesy of City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.
“Urban Growth Bounty’s new season of classes expands your knowledge about growing abundant fruit and vegetables, raising chickens and bees, improving your soil and yard, and making delicious cheese. The classes are taught by Portland experts and will make 2011 a more sustainable, healthier year for the earth, your family and your budget”. -Via Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.