There’s plenty to keep you occupied this weekend, and you’ll find your best resource for totally free events and activities at Aroundthesunblog, and more listings at PDXPipeline. Instead of repeating what they’ve already done a great job of listing, here are a few more we have gleaned that might be of interest:
– Next Adventure Warehouse Clearance Sale this Saturday and Sunday, 20%-70% off, see web site for more.
– Portland Retro Gaming Expo this Saturday and Sunday at the Portland Doubletree Hotel. Tickets at the door are $20 for a weekend pass, $15 for Saturday and $10 for Sunday.
– StumpTown Kilts Grand Opening Party this Saturday from 2:00pm – midnight with special discounts, refreshments and entertainment.
– Just down the street is the 2nd Annual TaborFest, also this Saturday from 10:00am – 9:00pm. This benefit / open house includes a community barbecue, kids activities, raffle, free workshops, yoga, acupuncture, family square dance and more. Donations gladly accepted!
– 2nd annual Arab Festival this Sunday from 11:00am – 5:00pm at Fulton Community Center. Entrance donation of $5, which includes three raffle tickets.
– Down Syndrome Network Oregon Buddy Walk® 2011, this Sunday at Lake Oswego’s Millennium Park beginning at 11:00 with entertainment. Register online, the $15 fee gets you 1 raffle ticket, 1 lunch and 1 T-shirt. Definitely a great cause!
– Submission from Maggie: “Industry and Art: The Rivers Run through Us
Event location: Vigor Industrial Shipyard on Swan Island
The Working Waterfront Coalition invites you to a must-see art exhibition and sale. Industry&Art: The Rivers Run Through Us is a uniquely beautiful glimpse into the people and industries of our working waterfront. Harbor industries contribute 40,000 jobs and over a billion dollars to our local economy. Industry&Art explores this dynamic, seldom-seen world through painting, sculpture, photography and more. It’s also a fundraiser to benefit job training and the environment. Show Dates & Times Thursday Sept. 22 – Sunday, Sept. 25. 10am – 6pm Thursday & Friday; 11am – 7pm Saturday & Sunday (family
friendly) FREE with a suggested donation of $5.”
– Submission request from Amanda at Oregon Public Broadcasting…
Description from web site: “What interesting or bizarre things are you doing to save money?” Since the 2008 economic crisis, we’ve heard many stories about people budgeting to live within their means. Many of us are clipping coupons, shopping sales, and cutting back on the number of times we eat out each month to save money in these tough times.
We want to hear from people who are taking frugality to a new level. What creative or unusual means are you going to to save a dime? Feel free to upload any photos that illustrate your interesting money saving tactics, and we’ll post it to our website.
Any POTC readers interested in this survey, please click on this survey link and thanks for sharing!