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Glowing Greens Mini Golf Blacklight Adventures in Downtown Portland | Axe Throwing, Escape Games, 13-Hole Blacklight Miniature Golf, Beer, Wine
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Glowing Greens Mini Golf Blacklight Adventures in Downtown Portland
Sunday – Thursday: (Last full Round at 9pm)
Friday – Saturday: (Last Full Round at 11pm)
More info: glowinggreens.com
Glowing Greens is a 13-hole indoor blacklight miniature golf course in the heart of downtown Portland. Created by the fun and imaginative minds behind 13th Door Haunted House and Mental Trap Escape Rooms, the owners wanted to create a space where they can share their love of indoor surreal blacklight mini golf. Filled with original 3D art work, moving pirates, sharks, and more, it has often been called one of Portland’s Best Kept Secrets! Come down to check us out and ask about our 3D Glasses!
Blacklight Miniature Golf
Glowing Greens is Portland’s premier, black light, indoor, 13 hole, 3-D Adventure miniature golf course. Stop in for a unique game of golf in our fun and memorable atmosphere. We offer individual and group rounds for 13 holes of miniature golf. Give your family and friends a party that they will never forget. Glowing Greens is great for every age and groups of any size. An average game takes approximately 45 minutes to finish depending on group size, course capacity and personal pace of play. (ADA compliant, limited to 4 total guests based on space)
Wicked Axe Throwing
This is like darts but with throwing axes. Rent a lane for one hour or two with a group of friends, for Company Teambuilding Events, Date night, or just to burn off some frustration.
Mental Trap Escape Game
Your mission is to escape this real life locked multi-room Journey. There are clues all around you; each clue leads to a series of other clues. However, you must use logic and intelligence to notice the clues and solve the puzzle. Eventually, one clue will lead you to Escape…
More Upcoming Portland Events
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Portland Wednesday Food & Drink Specials including daily specials, happy hours, & late night specials.
Note: Menus are subject to change. Please contact venue in order to verify.
Bare Bones Bar & Cafe | (2900 SE Belmont St) | Happy Hour 4-7 PM
- Drinks: Whiskey Wednesdays – $1 Off All Whiskey, $3 Well Drinks | $2 Pabst & Ranier Tall Boys | $2 Session, Mickey’s, Miller LT | $1 Off All Other Beers
- Food: Grilled Cheese, Chili Dogs, Hummus Plate, Tuna Salad, & more (Happy Hour Menu)
Goodfoot Lounge | (2845 SE Stark St.) | Happy Hour 5-8PM
- Drinks: $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon | $1 Off Infused Cocktails | (Drink Menu)
- Food: Cheese Burger, Cheese Dog, Kimchi Plate, Koritos & Salsa (Food Menu)
- Drinks: $5 Tinto & Txakoli | 10% Off All Wine Bottles
- Food: 1 free tapas with purchase of adult beverage
- Drinks: $1 Off Draft (Happy Hour Menu)
- Food: $3 Soft Pretzel / Fries with Cheese / All Salads, $5 Chicken Strips; Half off Pizza Slices (late) (Full Menu)
The EastBurn (1800 E Burnside St.) | Happy Hour 3-5PM
- Drinks: Whiskey Wednesday – $2 off all premium whiskeys, Happy hour Drinks Available (Menu)
- Food: $1 Off Salad & Entrees (Menu)
- Late Night: Late Night Food & Drink Menu starts at 10pm (Menu)
North Bar (5008 SE Division St.) | Happy Hour 3-6PM
- Drinks: $8 Margarita, Patron Select Barrel Aged Reposado $6
- Food: Vegan Chilli, Greek Salad, Flatbreads & More (Happy Hour Menu)
5&Dime (6535 SE Foster Rd, Portland) | Happy Hour 3-7 p.m.
Discover Portland’s Hidden Mysteries w/ Urban Adventure Quest’s Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure! | Discount / Promo Code
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Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure
Hours of Operation – Play anytime, Sunrise to Sunset
$39.20 for a team of 2-5 people w/ code PDXPIPELINE at urbanadventurequest.com
Looking for a way to turn Portland into a giant game board? Give the gift of adventure with a city-wide scavenger hunt!
Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the Amazing Race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Portland. Guided from any smart phone, groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. (more…)
2020 Cascade Festival of African Films @ PCC Cascade | Portland Celebration of Black History Month, Free, 30+ Feature/Documentary/Short Films
A free popular Portland event for 29 years, this year’s film festival features five weeks of more than 30 feature, documentary and short films by established and emerging African directors from 18 countries. The Cascade Festival of African Films shows us Africa through the eyes of Africans, rather than a vision of Africa packaged for Western viewers.
The films celebrate Africa’s achievements, expose its failures, and reveal possibilities for a hopeful future.
See full film schedule at africanfilmfestival.org.
Need a Newsletter? Letter-O-Matic is here to Help! | Perfect for Freelancers, Small Business Owners & Activists
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Letter-O-Matic Newsletter Services
More info: letteromatic.com
Need a newsletter? Letter-O-Matic is here to help!
We provide easy to read, easy to monetize newsletters for only $300 and 30-45 minutes of your time per month.
This service is perfect for busy freelancers, small business owners and activists who know the value of a monthly newsletter, but don’t have enough time to put one out on a monthly basis. (more…)
The Littman + White Gallery are proud to present, Standing Strong: the Awakening, an exhibition featuring photography and film works by Native American artist Josué Rivas. Standing Strong aims to capture the revival among Indigenous peoples who are taking pride in their culture while stepping up to protect the natural world. As stated by Rivas, “this body of work is a record of the spirit, of the land, water, and all our relations.” Curated by Safiyah Maurice.
There There Everywhere: Urban Native Experience in Portland, Chicago and Oakland @ Central Library | Free, Everybody Reads
Join Theodore Van Alst (Lakota descent) as he talks about his linked short story collection, Sacred Smokes, which follows Teddy, a Native kid growing up in Chicago. He’ll discuss the urban Native experience as described in his work and There There.
Dr. Van Alst is the Director of Indigenous Nations Studies at Portland State University. He is co-editor and creative editor for Transmotion (an online journal of postmodern indigenous studies). His writing and photography can be found in The Rumpus, Indian Country Today, Entropy, Electric Literature and High Desert Journal, among others.
Join us for Everybody Reads, Multnomah County Library’s annual community reading project.