Chance of Rain. 50% chance of precipitation.
POWFest showcases films by female directors, along with filmmaker workshops and moderated panels, every March in Portland.
Trade muddy trails for winter walks along the smooth, paved walkways of Portland's parks, then treat yourself to a warm mug of coffee or tea.
Every February, the Portland Winter Light Festival covers the city's east side with imaginatively-shaped LED light displays.
Our round-up of Portland public safety resources will help you stay informed and safe in case of extreme weather and other incidents.
Here are your best bets for ice skating in Portland and the region, from year-round indoor rinks to winter-only outdoor options.
Ready to relax? Practice aquatic self-care at these welcoming, all-weather soak spots
Oregon’s great outdoors offers excellent adventures all year-round. Here are six Portland-area paths perfect for all-weather adventures.
There's a lot of rain happening in Portland from November to March, but don't let that stop you! This zine offers great advice for staying dry (and safe!) as you bike around the city.
Don't hide inside just because it's raining! Make like a local and explore some of the best Portland events from November to March.
PDX Pop-Up Shops return downtown every winter, making it easy to find locally designed and crafted gifts for your holiday shopping list.