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Events Calendar Jan. 25–31, 2023






Wed, Jan. 25

Ceramics – Clay Creations

Multnomah Arts Center

3:30 p.m.


Construct a world with your fingers while exchanging ideas and inspiration with artists around you

Rock Band Karaoke

The 4th Wall PDX

7 p.m.


Thousands of songs laid out in the classic game format and a karaoke experience without equal

Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson

Portland Center Stage

7:30 p.m.


The fast-paced, bold, feminist take on the iconic crime-fighting duo that you’ve been awaiting

Harry Potter Trivia

Arbor Beer Lodge & Brewery

7 p.m.


Get quizzed on your knowledge of Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets

Thurs, Jan. 26

Portland Lights

Bottle & Bottega

6 p.m.


Mix and mingle with the people of Portland while painting the city

Noon Concert Series – Lunar New Year

Lincoln Performance Hall

12 p.m.


Portland State students and staff perform instrumental and vocal music from Asian countries

Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook

Broadway Rose New Stage

7 p.m.


Follow empty-nesters Sue and Dan on a poignant journey through their past

Lunar New Year Lantern Viewing Evenings

Lan Su Chinese Garden

5 & 7 p.m.


Watch the garden glow with hanging red lanterns illuminating sweeping roof lines 

Fri, Jan. 27

Snow Birds

Chan’s Steakery

6 p.m.


Learn to paint snow birds while enjoying wine, snacks and upbeat tunes


The North Warehouse

9 p.m.


A detailed sound sculpture that plays with those open to more experimental, surreal electronic music

Penn & Teller

Keller Auditorium

8 p.m.


Magicians, entertainers and scientific skeptics who have performed together since the late 1970s

Portland Outdoor Escape Game

Benson Bubbler

12 p.m.


Follow clues, solve puzzles, discover new places and learn stories of the city’s past during this adventure

Sat, Jan. 28


Carnation Contemporary

12 p.m.


A project exploring the end of day as it relates to the end of days


45 East

10 p.m.


Qrion uses the noise of the world around her to create intimate songs anchored by energetic beats

Alma’s Rainbow

5th Avenue Cinema

6 & 8 p.m.

Free (Students)

$7 (General)

The life of a teenager as she enters womanhood and navigates standards of being a woman

Portland Fine Print Fair

Portland Art Museum

10 a.m.


16 premier print dealers and galleries from North America and Europe

Sun, Jan. 29

“Madonna of the Magnificat”

Portland Art Museum

10 a.m.


Sandro Botticelli’s masterwork round painting that is rarely seen


Moda Center

8 p.m.


Known for a forceful and raspy voice that supports the prowling bass lines of his tracks


Winningstad Theatre

7:30 p.m.


The dark and heady life of Berlin’s natives, as Germany slowly yields to the Third Reich 

Distillery Tour & Tasting

Freeland Spirits

3 p.m.


A tour & tasting with a unique gin and whiskey experience led by an exceptional distiller

Mon, Jan. 30

Jantzen Beach Carousel Exhibit

Oregon Historical Society

10 a.m.


A vibrant multimedia exhibition sharing the history of the amusement park

Music Monday

The REC Room in Hammer + Jacks

10:30 a.m.


Musical fun and movement with local indie musicians

Open Mic Comedy

The High Dive

10 p.m.


Watch or perform comedy, hosted by Ian Albanese

Comedy Workshop

Performance Works Northwest

6:30 p.m.


Games, activities and improvised relationships will bring actors out of their comfort zone

Tues, Jan. 31

Make Do Art Studio


4 p.m.


Elementary students can build a sketchbook and play art games

Frankie & The Witch Fingers

Doug Fir Lounge

8 p.m.


Known for their rowdy and visceral approach to live shows

Montavilla Station Open Mic

Montavilla Station

7 p.m.


Watch or perform comedy in four-minute sets, hosted by Lucas Copp

Tuesday Trivia 

The 4th Wall PDX

7 p.m.


Put your nerd knowledge to the test with Doctor Who trivia