Article of the Week:
“Portland Spring Break Guide,” by Jeff Thompson for KGW.com.
Monday, March 25th:
– OMSI Science Pub presents “Edible Wild Plants: What Our Ancestors Knew About Sustainable, Local, and Harvestable Foods,” 7:00pm at the Venetian Theater and Bistro in downtown Hillsboro. $5 suggested cover charge, minors admitted with an adult.
– History Pub Monday “Ropin’, Ridin’ & Racin': Colorful Life At and Around Oregon’s Rodeos and Horse Tracks,” 7:00pm at McMenamins Kennedy School. Presented by Dave Berman, veteran rodeo performer and horse trainer. Free for the public, all ages welcome.
Tuesday, March 26th:
– Free Irish musical performance by Innisfree, 4:00pm at the Hillsdale Library. Free for all ages.
– Oregon Encyclopedia History Night presents â€œEast County History Forum: A Panel Discussion Highlighting Local History and Sources,â€ 6:30pm at McMenamins Edgefield Power Station Theater. Free for the public, all ages welcome.
– Free presentation “Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods from Dirt to Plate,” 7:00pm at the Tigard Public Library.
– Free presentation from author and historian Barney Blalock and his book “Shanghai Tunnels and Salty Dogs: Portlandâ€™s Lost Waterfront,” 7:00pm at the Capitol Hill Library.
Wednesday, March 27th:
– Free presentation “A Celebration of Greens,” 11:00am – 2:00pm at Adventist Medical Center Amphitheaters, free for the public. Call 503-256-4000 to reserve your spot. Learn how to use green fruits and vegetables to improve your health and healing.
– Film Club screening of “King of Devil’s Island” (Norway),” 6:30pm at the Cedar Mill Community Library. Free for all ages.
Thursday, March 28th:
– Free workshop “Solo Travel for Women,” 6:30pm at the Clackamas REI. Register online while there are still spots available!
– Powell’s book event with author Ben Thompson and his new book “Badass: Ultimate Deathmatch,” 7:00pm at Powell’s Books at Cedar Hills Crossing. Free for all ages.