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PDXWIT Presents: October Happy Hour Networking Event @ Viewpoint | Pivoting From Uncertainty to Passion

October 15 @ Viewpoint – We have all experienced uncertainty in our lives and career, but sometimes this uncertainty can lead us in amazing directions. This month’s theme will be “Pivoting from uncertainty to passion.” To help get the networking flowing we will be using the conversation prompt “How have you overcome uncertainty in your […]

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2019 Portland State of Mind Events | A Festival of Knowledge and Culture, Family Friendly Events, Yoga, Sports, Lectures & More!

October 10-20 – For 10 days in October, Portland State University rolls out the welcome mat and invites everyone to campus for a jam-packed celebration of knowledge and culture. Join us for Portland State of Mind, an annual festival that highlights the unique relationship between PSU and the Portland community.

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,700+): Portland Comedy Festival, VegFest, Haunted Pub Tour, Bigfoot Bash, Fall Home & Garden Show & More! | October 3-6, 2019

The Weekend is back, Portland! Get in some laughs with Tree Huggers Comedy. Bella Organic’s Haunted Corn Maze Opens Friday! Learn more about plant-based eating at VegFest. And apple season is here!

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Sustainable Building Week

2019 Portland Sustainable Building Week | Open Houses, Happy Hour Hike, Yoga, Networking & More!

October 14-19 – The second annual Sustainable Building Week (SBW) was created to Keep Portland Green. SBW offers a week of over 20 events to break down siloed thinking to improve cross-disciplinary education, connectivity and future collaboration to promote sustainable practices and design across the city of Portland and beyond.

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Space Jam

Space Jam @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Free Popcorn, 90s Cartoon Sports Comedy w/ Michael Jordan & Looney Tunes, Free Admission for Portland State University Students

October 4-6 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – The eponymous film in which the highly sought after, consistently retro’d, Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” (shiny patent leather anyone?) offers a strong distraction from the panic that daily life currently creates. A star-studded cast of Looney Tunes pokes fun at and highlights the absurdity of NBA and […]

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,750+): Oktoberfest @ The Zoo, Spirit of Halloweentown, Randy Rainbow, Beaverton Restaurant Week & More! | September 26-29, 2019

The Weekend is back, Portland! Dive into Fall w/ Oktoberfest Beer Belly dinner Thursday at EastBurn Public House. Suit up on Sunday for How I Met Your Mother trivia! Halloweentown opens and Randy Rainbow is in town! And Portland Comedy Festival starts Tuesday!

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From These Hands - IRCO November Bazaar

From These Hands – IRCO November Bazaar | Live Music, Art Gallery, Featuring Handmade Good From Local and International Makers, 2019 Portland Holiday/Christmas Gift Ideas

November 23 @ IRCO Sokhom Tauch Community Center – Join us at our inaugural event hosting handmade goods by makers from the local and international community, including live music and an art gallery.

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2019 Bigfoot Bash @ Logtoberfest Festival near Stevenson, WA | Free, Beer, Chain Saw Art, Vendors, Harvest Goods, Live Music & More!

October 5 near Stevenson, WA – Skamania County, Washington celebrates their rich logging history and the status of being a Sasquatch refuge at Logtoberfest, an event that has become a fall tradition. Experience chain saw art demonstrations as well as blacksmithing and vintage logging equipment demonstrations, Sasquatch vendors, arts and crafts vendors, food and more.

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,250+): Oktoberfest, Geek Prom, Urban Winemaking, Burger Bonanza & More! | September 19-22, 2019

The Weekend is back, Portland! Oktoberfest season is here! Weather this weekend should be perfect for a visit to Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze. Celebrate 20 years of Urban Winemaking w/ Hip Chicks Do Wine. And treat your taste buds at Happy Hour Burger Bonanza!

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,450+): Secrets & Illusions, Rose City Comic Con, FEAST Portland, RV & Van Show, Mortified & More! | September 12-15, 2019

The Weekend is back, Portland! Get a head start on your next adventure at the RV & Van Show.  Artists Repertory Theatre kicks off their ART on Tour Season w/ 1984. Hear adults breathe life into their childhood memories w/ Mortified Portland. And get a taste of Portland’s wonderful food scene w/ Feast Portland.

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PDX Women in Tech (PDXWIT) Happy Hour Networking Event

PDX Women In Tech (PDXWIT) September Happy Hour @ AltSource, Inc. | Networking, Discussing Functional Workspaces

September 17 @ AltSource – In the tech industry, companies often tout all the “fun” benefits they offer to employees, but do those perks really matter to everyone? Yes, ping pong can be entertaining for a few minutes, and kombucha is great for your gut, but are these the types of benefits that make workspaces […]

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,150+): Turbulence, 1984, Corn Maze, Rose City Rollers & More! | September 5-8, 2019

The Weekend is back, Portland! Have to visited the Alien Zoo yet? You have less than a month left to join the hunt for Bigfoot w/ Portland Spirit! Revisit 1984 w/ Artists Repertory Theatre. Killer Queen honors John Waters on Friday, and Turbulence Returns!

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Harakiri (35mm)

Harakiri (35mm) @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Free Popcorn, 1962 Japanese jidaigeki (period-drama) Directed by Masaki Kobayashi, Free Admission for Portland State University Students

September 6-8 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Set in the year 1630, Harakiri begins with rōnin (masterless samurai) Hanshiro Tsugumo making an unusual request of a local lord of the Iyi clan: to use the lord’s grounds to commit harakiri- ritual suicide. Director Masaki Kobayashi challenges the feudal customs of Japan’s past in a gripping […]

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MANY Portland Labor Day Weekend Events & Giveaways ($300+): Tumbleweed Music Festival, Corn Maze, Tour de Lab, Oregon Ducks & More! | August 29-September 2, 2019

Labor Day Weekend is back, Portland! Savor the dog days of summer at Tour de Lab Pub tour. The swifts are making their yearly stop in Portland. Check out Reuse design build competition Dropbox Derby! And you have one more weekend to see the lovely flowers at the Swan Island Dahlia Festival.

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Lovett Deconstruction’s 2019 Dropbox Derby @ Eastbank Esplanade | Reuse Design Build Competition Supporting Raphael House of Portland, Labor Day Weekend

September 2 @ Eastbank Esplanade Parking Lots – Lovett Deconstruction presents the 3rd Annual “Dropbox Derby,” a design-build competition using salvaged materials at the Eastbank Esplanade (between SE Salmon and Madison). This year’s competition will feature 25+ teams and dozens of vendors and will include the addition of Revive Design’s Flea Extravaganza!

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Portland’s Lents International Farmers Market | Featuring Culturally Specific Produce, Diverse Local Items, Live Music & more!

Sundays Through November – Lents International Farmers Market (LIFM) is the only one in Portland with an intentional international focus. LIFM provides fresh, affordable, and culturally appropriate produce to the diverse community of Lents neighbors.

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CONCERNING VIOLENCE

Concerning Violence (Digital) @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Free Popcorn, Exploration of Physical & Psychological Effects of Colonialism, Narrated by Lauryn Hill, Free Admission for Portland State University Students, 2019 Labor Day Weekend

August 30-September 1 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – In nine chapters, Afro-French revolutionary Frantz Fanon’s post-colonialist essay (of the same title) from The Wretched of the Earth, as read by Lauryn Hill, discusses the ways in which the native frees oneself from their European oppressor and explores the dehumanizing physical and psychological effects of colonialism.

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