Stuff To Do in PDX

There is always something fun and unique happening in PDX. We want to make sure you are in the know.  Here is the list for the week of 07/16/2018 through 07/22/2018.


Best of Portland Block Party July 17th 5 to 9 pm

This block party is an all-ages event with food carts, a bar and local vendors on NW Quimby St. Free admission.

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SeaDog Nights and Gypsy Carnival July 19th – 22nd

Calling all pirates and gypsies to this festival to dance, play, compete, entertain, shop, party, and camp at Cheadle Lake Park in Lebanon. Bring sunblock, water, and ID, and wear a costume if possible.

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The Robin Hood Festival July 20th & 21st

The Robin Hood Festival has medieval re-enactments, a knighting ceremony, Maid Marian and Robin Hood, archery (July 21 & 22), castle building, 100 craft and food vendors, a beer and wine garden, a kids’ area, and a Sherwood Robin Hood Festival Parade (10 a.m. Saturday). Free.

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Portland Kennel Club Dog Show July 20th – 22nd

Stumptown Cluster – Portland Kennel Club Dog Show has specialty breeds on Friday and all breeds on Saturday and Sunday at Portland Expo Center. Free.

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Division/Clinton Street Fair July 21st

Division/Clinton Street Fair holds a wacky parade starting at 10:45 a.m., and it has arts & crafts booths, live music, food, sidewalk sales, and children’s events. Free.

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Tea Fest PDX July 21st

Tea Fest PDX has tea tastings, vendor booths, classes, speakers, a Japanese tea ceremony, and British tea traditions at World Forestry Center in Washington Park. Children 12 and younger are free.

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Gresham Arts Festival

Gresham Arts Festival has 170 artists, live music on multiple stages, a paint party, and a children’s village in Gresham. Free.

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Vegan Beer & Food Festival July 21st & 22nd

The inaugural Vegan Beer and Food Festival promises food vendors, local bands, DJ music, and vegan-friendly clothing, skin-care, and artwork at Holladay Park. Children age 12 and younger are free.

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Beaverton Night Market July 21st & August 11th

Beaverton Night Market promises a family-friendly event with ethnic food and crafts, plus performers from around the world at The Round. Free.

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