Events Calendar Feb. 1–7, 2023






Wed, Feb. 1

An Evening with Amor Towles

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

7:30 p.m.


Author known for his best-selling novels A Gentleman in Moscow and Rules of Civility

Lizzie No

The Old Church Hall

8 p.m.


New York singer-songwriter, harpist and guitarist with an exciting new voice in contemporary Americana music

Dough: Comedy Show

Mississippi Pizza Pub

8 p.m.


A stand-up comedy showcase, hosted by Lance Edwards and Thomas Lundy

Outdoor Escape Game

Benson Bubbler

2 p.m.


Follow clues, solve puzzles, discover new places and learn about the city’s past and present

Thurs, Feb. 2

Paint Nite: Ocean Love

Chan’s Steakery

7 p.m.


Local artist Valerie Rowton will instruct you on painting—no experience necessary

Matt Andersen

Alberta Rose Theatre

8 p.m.


Canadian blues guitarist and singer-songwriter

Me & Tammy

Triangle Productions

7:30 p.m.


A one-act, two-person show, starring Danielle Valentine and Jeremy Anderson-Sloan

Feminine Healing Circle


6:30 p.m.


A sacred space in which women can connect more deeply to themselves and to each other

Fri, Feb. 3

Toddler Time

Craft Factory

9 a.m.


Make three minis with your toddler, easy and fun

5 Guys Named Moe

Ponderosa Lounge & Grill

9 p.m.


A high-energy ​12-piece horn-driven show band, entertaining audiences for well over 30 years

Cascade Festival of African Films

Hollywood Theatre

7 p.m.


View Africa through the eyes of Africans, rather than a vision packaged for Western viewers

Portland Light Festival

Portland, OR

One week long


Look around the city for light sculptures in this yearly event

Sat, Feb. 4

Morning at the Coast

Bottle & Bottega

11 a.m.


Mix and mingle while learning to paint. 21+

The Elovaters

The Get Down

9 p.m.


Boston-based band becoming one of the fastest rising groups in the American reggae scene

Sam Morril

Revolution Hall

7 p.m.


Stand-up comedian and podcaster shares his newest set with Portland

Winterhawks vs. Tri-City Americans

Veterans Memorial Coliseum

6 p.m.


Junior ice hockey league game

Sun, Feb. 5

Painting for a Cause

Bottle & Bottega

2:30 p.m.


Learn to paint, with donations going to PDX Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

Eric Bellinger

Hawthorne Theatre & Lounge

8 p.m.


Singer, songwriter and record producer from Los Angeles

Black Dynamite

5th Avenue Cinema

3 p.m.

Free for students

$6 general admission

2009 action satire of blaxploitation movies from the 1970s

OMSI $2 Day


9:30 a.m.


Explore Portland’s science museum at a low cost

Mon, Feb. 6

Sunrise Island

Bethany Public House

7 p.m.


Bring your creative side and learn how to use it


Revolution Hall 

8 p.m.


American post-hardcore band, active since the ‘90s

Open Mic Comedy

The Cheerful Tortoise

9 p.m.


Watch local comedians practice on campus at PSU, or sign up yourself

Indoor Play Park

Sellwood Community House

10:15 a.m.


Meant for two to five year olds with a parent

Tues, Feb. 7

Made Do Art Studio – Winter Session


4 p.m.


Build a sketchbook, play art games and work on a wide array of art projects

Stick Men

Alberta Abbey

6:30 p.m.


Band known for progressive rock music

Bluey’s Big Play

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

6 p.m.


A brand-new theatrical adaptation of the Emmy Award-winning children’s television series

Stoned Yoga

Burning Spirits Yoga

7:45 p.m.


Cannabis-infused yoga class, allowing all levels