2015 Portland Mother’s Day Weekend Events, Brunch, Gift Ideas
According to a new well-being index, Portlanders can expect to live long, educated lives, making a decent amount of money, which is drastically different from most of the country.
Things to add to your summer bucket list: Sauvie Island, Abiqua Falls & Portland Saturday Market.
With the addition of Tilikum Crossing and development, South Waterfront is poised to become Portland’s next great neighborhood.
And Oregon Art Beat goes behind the scenes on Grimm. Check out the preview here.
It’s just over one month that Portland Sunday Parkways begins. If you are unfamiliar, each month from May through September, several streets are shut off from motorized vehicles in different parts of the city. Then people walk the streets, bike, unicycle, and several vendors come out, as well as live music, and other entertainment. It’s a great time!
In 2014, 108,900 Portland area residents and visitors participated in Sunday Parkways! This year, Sunday Parkways is happy to present five more fun community connecting events.
2015 Portland Sunday Parkways Schedule:
Spring is here and Easter is right around the corner. If you are visiting Portland, there are many great Easter events including tons of egg hunts, the Portland BunnyCon bar crawl, brunch cruises on the Portland Spirit, Sunday Tea Party at Pix Patisserie, a walking tour of Portland’s past with Oregon History Historian Doug Kenck-Crispin, and the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival about one hour south of the city.
To see a full events roundup, check out PDX Pipeline’s Easter events list here.