Events – November 23-26, 2022






Wed, Nov. 23

Mt. Hood

Bottle & Bottega

11 a.m.


Learn to paint Mt. Hood with instruction from an artist, while drinking mimosas


Doug Fir

8 p.m.


Sol rose to number one in 2012 on the iTunes hip-hop chart

Arrowood Open Mic


8 p.m.


Open mic stand-up comedy with four-minute sets

2022 Harvest Festival

Shemanski Park

10 a.m.


Shop for baked goods and artisanal food products, with art and live music

Thurs, Nov. 24

Crafting Circle

Ritual Dyes

4 p.m.


Meet other crafters and work collectively and independently on yarn projects

Hanz Araki

Mississippi Studios

7 p.m.


Flutist, whistle player and singer considered one of the most talented Irish musicians in the U.S. today

The Real Comedy Spot

Kelly’s Olympian

5:30 p.m.


Live comedy open mic with four-minute stand-up sets, hosted by Hyjinx

The Juicy Jam

Sweet N’ Juicy

7 p.m.


Discover people to jam with—instrumentalists can be the backing band to songwriters

Fri, Nov. 25


Bottle & Bottega

1:30 p.m.


Learn to paint a beautiful gorge from inside a studio, with instruction from an artist

The Next Waltz

Alberta Rose Theatre

8 p.m.


A stellar lineup of Portland all-stars playing the music from The Band’s final concert

Tesla City Stories

1422 SW 11th Ave

7:30 p.m.


Vintage radio comedy and drama live on stage, with live music and prizes

Kids Open Mic

Hammer and Jacks

5 p.m.


Low-stakes place for your child to perform a song, a joke or a poem

Sat, Nov. 26

Geek the Halls 2022

DoubleTree Hotel (Lloyd Center)

10a.m.–5 p.m.


80+ local artists with gifts for each and every nerd in your life

Modest Mouse

McMenamins Crystal Ballroom

8 p.m.


An alternative rock band formed in 1992, known for musical idiosyncrasy and darkly comical lyrics

The Traveler

5th Avenue Cinema

7 & 9:30 p.m.

Free for students/$7 general admission

A 1974 Iranian film about a troubled boy that wants to see a soccer game

Drop-In Pickleball

Friendly House

12:30 p.m.


A paddle sport for two to four players that combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis

Sun, Nov. 27

Dioramas Crafternoon


2 p.m.


Turn box lids into little tableaus, featuring collage bits, fabric, mini figurines and fake plants

Bugs Bunny at the Symphony

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

2 p.m.


A projection of a dozen iconic Looney Tunes while the Oregon Symphony plays their classical scores live

Portland’s Singing Christmas Tree

Sunset Church

2 & 6 p.m.


Let Christmas come alive as the 300-voice choir creates an extravaganza for the whole family

HighVIBE Cannabis Flow

7384b SE Milwaukie Ave

7 p.m.


Go deeper into the emotional experience of yoga with cannabis inspired music & yoga flow

Mon, Nov. 28

Messy Art: Explore!

Sellwood Community House

10:15 a.m.


Self-expression through adult-child interaction. Discover a world of endless imagination!

Steve Vai

Roseland Theater

8 p.m.


Rock guitarist, composer, songwriter, producer and three-time Grammy Award-winning artist 

The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Show

Embassy Suites – Downtown

6 p.m.


Tackle a challenging crime while you feast on a fantastic dinner

Intro to Meditation

1404 SE 25th Ave

7 p.m.


Practice sitting, standing and walking meditation with techniques focusing on breath and body

Tues, Nov. 29

Mixed Media Skulls Class

Earth Space PDX

6:30 p.m.


Students will learn how to use watercolor and other media to create stylistic skull art 

Peach Pit

McMenamins Crystal Ballroom

8 p.m.


The alternative indie/rock band  describe their own music as “chewed bubblegum pop”

The Montavilla Mic

Montavilla Station

7 p.m.


Live comedy open mic with five-minute sets and music, hosted by Lucas Copp


Green Bean Books

11 a.m.


Live illustrated book reading for children at a bookstore. Wearing a mask is required.