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Umbrella Festival – a Circus of Comedy
April 1st - 2nd
Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest
April 1st - 30th
http://w w w.woodenshoe.com/events/tulip-fest
Bridge to Brews
Folk Heroes of the Northwest Presentation
Portland Spring Beer & Wine Fest
April 14th - 15th
Old House Revival Tour
Rabbit Romp at the Zoo
Hortlandia – Plant & Garden Art Sale
April 15th- 16th
A Gathering of the Guilds
April 21st - 23rd
A fast paced line up of world class artists that show off their most astonishing tricks.
Featuring aerialists, acrobats, comics, clowns, and burlesque!
Stroll through 40 acres of stunning beauty, experience expansive vineyards, distant
mountains and a few puddles. Fresh flowers, food, and fun for the whole family!
Participate in the only running/walking event that takes you over the Fremont Bridge.
Enjoy the very unique views of the city! There will be tons of entertainment on the
course! At the end of the race you can celebrate at the Beer Festival with many great
breweries, live music and more!
Join Oregon author William L. Sullivan for a slideshow tour of Northwest folk heroes
like Sacajawea, Bigfoot and D.B. Cooper. These educational and entertaining tales
about the Pacific NW’s historical figures are sure to impress. Sullivan has written a
dozen nonfiction books and 4 novels about the Northwest, including “The Case of
D.B. Cooper’s Parachute,” “Hiking Oregon’s History,” and “Oregon Favorites.”
The 23rd annual Portland Spring Beer and Wine Fest brings 80 Northwest wines, beers,
and spirits. Also enjoy food, cheese, chocolate, chef seminars and much more!
The Old House Revival Tour is excited to announce that it is back! This self-guided
tour features several newly renovated and preserved homes. The homes on tour are
characteristic of the many common eras and architectural styles that were found in
Portland between the late 1800s and 1960s. Bring the family and step back in time!
Welcome spring at the Oregon Zoo with Easter egg hunts (ages 3-10), bunny crafts,
activities, pettable bunnies, candy & prizes! Featuring fully compostable “Eco Eggs”.
Free with zoo admission.
The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon invites you and your family to the Portland Expo
Center for their annual plant and garden art show! Spring is upon us and what a better
way to prepare. Featuring nearly 100 local nurseries, studios and metalworks. It’s time to
get your botany on! FREE ADMISSION
Join the Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, Oregon Glass Guild, Portland Bead Society,
Creative Metal Arts Guild, Oregon Potters Association, and Portland Handweavers
Guild for this fine exhibition! This is your chance to experience and take home fine
craft and gift items—all unique and of exceptional quality! FREE ADMISSION
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