May 7, 2013 by Mark
May 2013 represents the 50th anniversary of the Art in the Garden series, held in the portland Japanese Garden.
The exhibition will focus on [Read more]
April 30, 2013 by James
The proposed Coos Bay Terminal has taken supporters on a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows. After a report on April 5 of a decision made by a judge for the State Lands Department, the future of the Port of Coos Bay should have been [Read more]
April 30, 2013 by James
The W.E.R.K. Day in Wilsonville is an upcoming environmental day for cleaning up after the long winter months. As with in previous years, the day will focus on the city parks and can be expected to draw more than three hundred volunteers that [Read more]
April 30, 2013 by Mark
The Season Opener of the Tigard Area Famers’ Market tends to be eagerly anticipated every year in the community. The market brings together local farmers, non-profit groups, and the community to enjoy local produce, flowers, and plants. Poster printing, banner printing, and [Read more]
April 23, 2013 by James
The Crown the Eagle Festival is a Polish celebration of heritage that features the live music of Chervona, together with a wealth of other diverse entertainment inspired by the Eastern European nation.
During this festival, there will be [Read more]
April 10, 2013 by Mark
The Oregon City Public Library is inviting people to come out and see the changes that have taken place on its new Library2Go website.
Although many of the processes for using this system are [Read more]
April 8, 2013 by James
‘Dogpark’, the musical, is firmly among the hottest and hippest goings-on in the community and is currently presenting a funny and charming show that has previously run as a hit at the Hope Summer Rep. and the Milwaukee Rep.
This will no doubt offer great family entertainment, and [Read more]
April 4, 2013 by Mark
Continuing its march into suburban markets, the Oregonian has expanded its newspaper printing services to include Beaverton and the surrounding communities. The free weekly Beaverton Leader will begin delivery in May.
The Oregonian, owned by Advance Publications, became involved in a bit of a [Read more]
March 29, 2013 by Mark
The ‘Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt’ is a great opportunity for all family members to enjoy a delicious meal and for the children in the family to hunt for the eggs left behind by this season’s Easter Bunny. A special appearance is planned by the Easter Bunny himself, so parents are reminded to bring their camera for some great shots.
Poster printing and digital flyer printing may have been used to share the news about the great items on menu. There is something for everyone, including a custom omelet station, a carving station that features leg of lamb and delicious orange mint sauce, and a buffet that goes on forever with all made fresh items and entrees.
The dessert station has a variety of yummy cheesecakes, dessert bars, cookies, and berry tarts. During this fun event, children under five eat for free and the actual Easter Egg Hunt will be happening between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm, so don’t forget the kiddies Easter baskets to use for trading in their eggs for prizes. While the children hunt for eggs, parents can enjoy live entertainment and take pictures of their children having fun.
The cost is $25 per adult, $22 for seniors, and $13 for children ages 6 to 11. The Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt will be happening on Sunday, March 31, from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Holiday Inn Portland South, located at 25425 SW 95th Avenue in Wilsonville, Oregon. To make a reservation, please visit the Holiday Inn Portland South website or call the hotel anytime.
March 29, 2013 by Sarah
This month’s ‘First Thursday’ event included an appearance from abstract artist James Leonard, and local art lovers still just about have time to catch his exhibition at the Shaffer Fine Art Gallery before it concludes this Sunday, March 31.
portland’s Art Dealers Association (PADA) organized the [Read more]