Events Calendar March 1, 2023–March 7, 2023






Wed, Mar. 1

Downtown Spring Blossoms

Bottle & Bottega

6 p.m.


Learn to paint downtown Portland and spring flowers, with instruction from an artist

Twiddle and Eggy

Star Theater

8 p.m.


Twiddle and Eggy are jam bands, blending rock, jazz, bluegrass, reggae and funk with catchy melodies

Lerner & Loewe’s My Fair Lady

Keller Auditorium

7:30 p.m.


A musical based on George Bernard Shaw’s 1913 play Pygmalion

Mommy talks Lunch

Mittleman Jewish Community Center 

12 p.m.


Jewish moms talk on dental hygiene, mental health, parenting, education and more

Thurs, Mar 2.

Beaverton Fine Art Exhibit

Southminster Presbyterian Church

7 p.m.


Live music, artist meet-and-greet and transformed sanctuary worship service



9 p.m.


A dance night inspired by the music of SZA

Live Wire

Alberta Rose Theatre

7:30 p.m.


Emmy award-winning host Luke Burbank featuring music, comedy and conversation with special guests

Community Clinic

The Herb Shoppe

4 p.m.


Offering sliding scale assistance for minor health needs. Practitioners can’t diagnose or cure disease.

Fri, Mar. 3

Nature, Art and Yoga


1 p.m.


Nature-inspired art & yoga for kids with eco-friendly materials

White Denim

Wonder Ballroom

8 p.m.


Rock band known for their high-energy performances and eclectic sound blending rock, jazz and funk

Leave Your Troubles at the Door

Funhouse Lounge

10 p.m.


The audience writes problems, and comedians joke about them to feel better about your troubles

Portland Seafood & Wine Festival

Portland Expo Center

2 p.m.


Fresh crab, wine, beer, spirits, exhibitors, live entertainment, face painters and balloon artists

Sat, Mar. 4

Weaving Date Exhibition Tour

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

1 p.m.


This tour will cover the highlights of the term-long exhibition

Emotional Oranges

McMenamins Crystal Ballroom

8:30 p.m.


An R&B/pop group from Los Angeles, California


5th Avenue Cinema

6 & 8:30 p.m.

Students: Free

General: $7

1958 film exploring interracial relationships and identity in New York City’s Beat scene

Hollywood Farmers Market

NE Hancock & 44th Ave

9 a.m.


Browse through local produce and trinkets

Sun, Mar. 5

Exhibition: Fernanda D’Agostino

Oregon Center for Contemporary Art

12 p.m.


Showcasing public art and new media installations, featuring projection sculptures inspired by tent caterpillar nests 


Doug Fir Lounge

3:30 p.m.


Portland-based indie pop duo featuring Sam Coomes and Janet Weiss, known for their sharp material

Frosty Fables

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

2 p.m.


As winter melts into spring, these enchanting fairy tales are sure to help you celebrate the joys of the season

SheBrew Festival

The Redd on Salmon Street

12 p.m.


Women-focused beer event. Brewer competition and festival celebrating female makers, benefiting LGBTQ and Human Rights Campaign.

Mon, Mar. 6

Paint Nite: Sunflower

Bethany Public House 

7 p.m.


Hang out with artists and learn how to paint a sunflower in a wine bottle

Vance Joy

Keller Auditorium

8 p.m.


An Australian singer/songwriter known for his ukulele-led charm and global hit “Riptide”

Comedy Open Mic

The Cheerful Tortoise

9 p.m.


Comedy at PSU campus, with five-minute sets and lots of energy

Monday Music & Mingle

Sellwood Community House

10:15 a.m.


Jam out and meet new people, with tea and snacks provided

Tues, Mar. 7

Hand Cut Silhouette Portraits

Black Wagon

11 a.m.


Artist Karl Johnson cuts out a silhouette by hand for guests

Young Nudy

Hawthorne Theatre

8 p.m.


An Atlanta-based rapper known for his distinctive voice and dark, introspective lyrics


Clinton St Theater

7 p.m.


A film about a teenager who leaves his home to join a group of punk rockers

Dance Your Science

Matt Dishman Community Center

4:30 p.m.


Teens can explore scientific concepts and express themselves through movement