Events Calendar March 8-14, 2023






Wed, Mar. 8

Creative Club

Sellwood Community House

10:15 a.m.


A mix of art skills instruction and story circle, featuring creative skills

Open Music

Alberta Rose Theatre

7:30 p.m.


Nathalie Joachim, Gabriela Montero and Oregon Symphony in a thought-provoking concert and conversation


Century 16 Eastport Plaza

7 p.m.


A classic romantic drama set in WWII Morocco on the big screen

Speak Up

PCC Community Hall

5 p.m.


Legal advocate guest speakers from Washington county. Hosted by Victims of Crime Advocacy.

Thurs, Mar. 9

Water Media Juried Show

Oregon Society of Artists

10 a.m.


An art exhibit that showcases all forms of water-soluble media

Show Me the Body

Revolution Hall

7:30 p.m.


A NYC-based hardcore punk band with a global presence, promoting social change

Cirque Du Soleil: Corteo

Moda Center

7:30 p.m.


A vibrant carnival of clowns, acrobats and music celebrating the essence of circus

65th Annual Spring RV Show

Portland Expo Center

10 a.m.


Learn about the RV lifestyle at a Portland Metro RV Dealers Association event

Fri, Mar. 10

Paint: Kiss the Girl

Chan’s Steakery

6 p.m.


Add color to your night out with master artist Valerie Rowton

Ben Rector

Keller Auditorium

7:30 p.m.


Singer-songwriter with relatable piano-pop anthems about family, fame and friendship

HUMP! Film Festival

Revolution Hall

6:30 p.m.


Erotic short films made by real people, celebrating diverse body types, kinks and sexualities

Saint Patrick’s Irish Festival

Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

7 p.m.


Live music, Irish dancing, vendors and more at a new venue by the waterfront

Sat, Mar. 11

Spectrum Spring Market

ADX Portland

12 p.m.


Showcase of  LGBTQ+ artists and their print art, zines, apparel, accessories and ceramics

Trove Styrke

Doug Fir

9 p.m.


Swedish singer-songwriter with indie pop and electropop sound, known for powerful vocals and lyrics

Everybody Hates You

Funhouse Lounge

10 p.m.


Witness ego death as the best comedians in Portland battle with hilariously cutting insults

Rose City Sneakerfest

Leftbank Annex

12 p.m.


Celebrating sneakerheads while paying homage to the city’s influence on the global sneaker scene

Sun, Mar. 12

Sketchbook Workshop

Gallery GoGo

1 p.m.


Learn new exercises and experiments that help you fill your sketchbook and improve your drawing skills

Chappell Roan

Doug Fir

8 p.m.


A young singer-songwriter with a unique voice and emotionally charged lyrics

Sound of Metal

5th Avenue Cinema

6 p.m.

Students: Free

General: $7

A drummer loses his hearing, forcing him to confront his new reality in this emotional drama


653 NW Culpepper Terrace

1 p.m.


Pickleball players can meet up and play, with limited supplies provided. Beginners welcome.

Mon, Mar. 13

Kids Story & Art Classes

Awake Coffee & Art

10 a.m.


Crafts include play dough, water colors, paper crafts and painting on cardboard. Ages 1–4


Wonder Ballroom

8:30 p.m.


Musician who blends elements of pop, rock, jazz and electronic music

Comedy Open Mic

Cheerful Tortoise

9 p.m.


See local comedians in five-minute sets on Portland State campus

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

The Triple Lindy

7:30 p.m.


Put your useless knowledge to use and win bar cash and prizes in this authentic trivia quiz

Tues, Mar. 14

Views from Pittock

Bottle & Bottega

6 p.m.


Learn from Katie Blystone how to paint a sunset view

Elle King

Revolution Hall

8 p.m.


Banjo-playing songwriter to Grammy-nominated pop sensation, fueled by a tough Southern Ohio upbringing

Paris Calligrammes

Clinton Street Theater

7 p.m.


Ulrike Ottinger’s film is a poetic reflection on her experiences living in Paris in the 1960s

A Borderline Study

Literary Arts

6 p.m.


This seminar will interrogate our understanding of the border as a static entity