Spring in Portland

Portland celebrates spring with beer and food festivals, fiestas and flowers.

Rain showers, blooming flowers and lots of only-in-Portland things to do hit the calendar every spring in Portland. The city bursts into bloom, as gorgeous rhododendrons, azaleas, cherry trees and roses come into full flower in parks, gardens and yards all over town. Amidst spring showers, sun-breaks and dry days are common, though, and spring visitors are rewarded with lovely vistas, bountiful outdoors adventures and the city’s signature event, the Portland Rose Festival, which runs from late May through early June. Read on for our top things to do, see and experience during a springtime visit to Portland.

Spring Weather

Rain showers continue in spring, along with plenty of cloud-breaks and dry spells. Spring days often start rainy and end up with clear blue skies and sunshine. With such a temperate climate, many flowers start blooming in Portland in early March.

What to Pack

For a springtime visit to Portland, we recommend packing layers and a light rain-proof jacket. Waterproof boots will come in handy on muddy spring hikes and for splashing through Portland’s puddles.

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Spring Activities

Don't let rain showers keep you from enjoying this verdant season in Portland.

Spring Hikes Near Portland

There’s something special about the first spring hike of the year. Enjoy wildflowers, bird watching and breathtaking scenery on these springtime rambles.

Best Spots for Spring Flowers

Find your favorite blooms, from roses to rhododendrons and tulips to trilliums, with our guide to spring flowers in Portland.

Soak It Up: Hot Springs Around Portland

Winter in Portland means plenty of rain, which is the perfect weather for fully appreciating a steamy dip in one of Portland's nearby hot springs.

Favorite Spring Events

The spring season in Portland overflows with exciting events and festivals.

Spring Holidays

Celebrations a season of renewal and rebirth with these annual celebrations around Portland.

Mother’s Day Events in Portland

Myriad Mother's Day events in Portland make it easy (and fun!) to celebrate moms, grandmas and all of the other important women in your life.

Easter Events in Portland

Spring is the harbinger of Easter festivities in Portland. Check out our favorite kid-friendly Easter egg hunts, annual picnics and candy-centric events.

Memorial Day Weekend Events

Enjoy vacation-level-fun events during Memorial Day weekend in Portland.

Spend Spring Break in Portland

Plan an epic spring break in Portland with our list of activities for families, friends, couples and solo travelers.

Events by Month

Each month of Spring in Portland offers its own unique selection of events and things to do.

March Events

Shop, eat and cheer your way through the last of winter with these March events in Portland.

April Events

Spring in Portland brings festivals dedicated to wine, tulips and tunes.

May Events

From farmers' markets to fiestas, there's plenty to do in Portland in May.

Upcoming Spring Events

Portland comes to life every spring with these special events and festivals.

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Portland Golf Show
Feb. 28–Mar. 1, 2020

Portland Golf Show

Oregon Convention Center Prices Vary

The longest-running and most successful golf show on the West Coast returns to the Oregon Convention Center. The Portland Golf Show features the lowest prices of the year on name-brand clubs and equipment from the industry’s leading manufacturers in the Fiddler’s Green Golf Shop, a free driving range lined with manufacturer’s reps showing off the…

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Bricks Cascade
Feb. 29–Mar. 1, 2020

Bricks Cascade

Oregon Convention Center The tickets will be $11 each for individuals over three years of age and a family four pack will be $40.

Head to the Oregon Convention Center for the annual Bricks Cascade event, Portland’s premier public LEGO event. See creations from hundreds of builders from the Pacific Northwest and around the world in this two-day event. Talk to the creators of these amazing creations, then leave your own builds on the Wall of Creation. Race your…

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Portland Saturday Market
Ongoing

Portland Saturday Market

Tom McCall Waterfront Park Free

Open every Saturday and Sunday from March–December, Portland Saturday Market is the largest arts-and-crafts fair in the U.S.

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Portland Dining Month
Mar. 1–31, 2020

Portland Dining Month

Restaurants Citywide $33

Every March, more than 100 Portland restaurants serve up three courses for just $33 nightly. There’s no better time to visit this top culinary destination.

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Worst Day Of The Year Ride
Sunday, Mar. 1, 2020

Worst Day Of The Year Ride

Lucky Labrador Brew Pub $44 and up, kids 12 and under ride free

Get ready to ride with thousands of other fun-loving people at the 18th annual Worst Day of the Year Ride. Choose from a 15-mile Urban course or 42-mile Hill Climb Challenge course. Laugh at the elements, and gather for a delicious finish line party at the Lucky Labrador Brew Pub. Breakfast, lunch, fun rest stops,…

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Womxn's March & Rally For Action
Sunday, Mar. 1, 2020

Womxn's March & Rally For Action

Portland State University Park Blocks Free

The Womxn’s March & Rally For Action returns in celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month. Take to the streets on a day that honors womxn and their long history of marching, organizing and speaking out for social justice. Educate. Engage. Empower.

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Portland International Film Festival
Mar. 6–15, 2020

Portland International Film Festival

Multiple Venues $9-55, see https://cinemaunbound.org/tickets for pricing

The Northwest Film Center is hosting its 43rd Portland International Film Festival March 6-15, 2020. This year, PIFF will include films, talks, workshops, visiting artists, and parties! While heading to individual screenings is always an excellent option, PIFF passes are a great way to experience all that the festival offers. Three-film Opening Night program features…

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Brain Fair
Saturday, Mar. 7, 2020

Brain Fair

OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) Free

Discover the amazing things our brains can do at the free annual OHSU Brain Fair! Science fans of all ages will be fascinated by hands-on exhibits, displays and more. Casey Eye Institute will have a booth at the fair, where you can learn about different parts of the eye, how our vision works and how…

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SheBrew
Sunday, Mar. 8, 2020

SheBrew

Castaway Portland $25-$50

Join the Human Rights Campaign and the Oregon Brew Crew for this all genders, all ages, fundraising event to show support for female-identified members of our community all while supporting LGBTQ+ people here in Oregon and across the nation. Featuring local female craft beer, cider and mead makers, musicians, comedians, businesses and community partners.

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Kells Saint Patrick's Irish Festival
Mar. 13–17, 2020

Kells Saint Patrick's Irish Festival

Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub Varies

Thousands of locals and visitors will celebrate their Irish heritage with live music, traditional Irish dancing, food and libations at the annual Kells Irish Festival, the largest Saint Patrick’s Day Festival in the Northwest. A limited number of advance five day festival passes are available in advance for $30 at KellsPortland.com for ages 21 and…

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Stumptown LepreCon
Saturday, Mar. 14, 2020

Stumptown LepreCon

Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub $15 presale, $20 day of

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this annual costume-required celebration. Wear something blinky and illuminated (it has to be more than just a green shirt or a button). This is a participatory event, so bring something LepreCons will enjoy: toys, games, stickers, buttons, signs and a great costume. A portion of the proceeds from this year’s…

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Shamrock Run
Sunday, Mar. 15, 2020

Shamrock Run

Tom McCall Waterfront Park $0-$89

Founded in 1979, the Shamrock Run Portland is the largest running and walking event in Oregon and is the third largest running event in the western United States. In 2020, 25,000 participants will celebrate the 42nd edition of the event on Sunday, March 15th at Waterfront Park in downtown Portland.

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The Portland Mercury's Highball
Mar. 16–22, 2020

The Portland Mercury's Highball

Bars Citywide $5 per cocktail

The Portland Mercury teams up with dozens of the finest bars and restaurants in Portland to bring you the Portland Highball, a one-of-a-kind boozetacular. At each of Highball’s locations, you’ll find specially crafted cocktails. Even better? Each of these fantastic cocktails will be available all day (not just during happy hour!) and cost you a…

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Paddy's Saint Patrick Festival
Tuesday, Mar. 17, 2020

Paddy's Saint Patrick Festival

Paddy's Free 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; $20 after 2 p.m.

Join Paddy’s for its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration, which includes a tented street party, Irish bands, bagpipers, Irish dancers, corned beef & cabbage, and plenty of Guinness and Irish Whiskey. The tented event is family-friendly until 8 p.m. and kids under 12 years old get in free. Enter the raffle to win a trip…

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Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival
Mar. 20–May 3, 2020

Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm $5-$60

Colorful fields reminiscent of Holland burst with acres of tulips in full bloom at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn.

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Whale Watching Week
Mar. 21–29, 2020

Whale Watching Week

Sites Along the Oregon Coast

Up to 20,000 gray whales migrate along Oregon’s coast every winter and spring. Spot them from these four locations.

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Prohibition Party with the Oregon Symphony
Mar. 21–22, 2020

Prohibition Party with the Oregon Symphony

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall $24 – $110

Relive the 1920s in all its decadence. The Oregon Symphony will take you through the dark cabarets and speakeasies of New York, Paris, Berlin, London and Atlantic City, featuring the top hits of the decade, from Rudy Vallée to Josephine Baker and from Kurt Weill to King Oliver. This concert will feature vintage imagery and…

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6th Annual Baker's Dozen Coffee Beer & Doughnut Fest
Sunday, Mar. 22, 2020

6th Annual Baker's Dozen Coffee Beer & Doughnut Fest

White Owl Social Club $35

13 breweries. 13 roasters. 13 bakeries. PDX Perfection The 6th Annual Baker’s Dozen, or BD6, melds three things Portland does best: coffee, beer, and doughnuts. Each brewer uses beans from different roasters in order to participate. Admission includes all 13 coffee beers, morsels of all 13 doughnuts, and a souvenir glass. (No extra drink tickets…

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Fade To Light: A Multidimensional Fashion Event
Wednesday, Mar. 25, 2020

Fade To Light: A Multidimensional Fashion Event

McMenamins Crystal Ballroom $20–$150

Fade to Light aims to not just be a fashion show, but to be an experience that leaves the viewer with a solid understanding of each designer and the collections being shown. Fade to Light* routinely showcases the work of both established and emerging designers within the Portland fashion community, including Project Runway winners and…

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Oregon Tattoo Expo
Mar. 27–29, 2020

Oregon Tattoo Expo

Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront $12.50–$17.50

Come out and get tattooed (or just admire tattoo artwork) at Portland’s annual Oregon Tattoo Expo. There will be daily contests, food, music and – of course – plenty of tattooing opportunities.

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Pi Nee Waus Elders Pow Wow
Saturday, Mar. 28, 2020

Pi Nee Waus Elders Pow Wow

Jackson Armory Free

The Pi Nee Waus (A Place To Come) Elders respectfully invite you, along with your friends and family, to this annual Powwow. Grand Entries will be at 1 p.m. and again at 6 p.m.

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PDX Tequila & Taco Festival
Saturday, Mar. 28, 2020

PDX Tequila & Taco Festival

Portland Expo Center Ticket Prices Vary

Spring welcomes the annual PDX Tequila & Tacos Festival! This event brings together the region’s top taco talent to compete for the fan favorite, “Best Taco in PDX.” Pair your tacos with a wide range of agave spirits and tropical margaritas, and don’t forget to bring cans, boxes or jars of non-perishable foods or make…

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TOAST: The Original Artisan Spirits Tasting
Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2020

TOAST: The Original Artisan Spirits Tasting

Oregon Convention Center See Details

The Oregon Distillers Guild and the American Craft Spirits Association presents a craft spirits tasting event held at the Oregon Convention Center Ballroom. Bid on gift baskets from local craft distilleries and vendors during the silent auction. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Oregon Food Bank. All are welcome for an evening…

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TechFestNW
Apr. 2–3, 2020

TechFestNW

Portland State University

TechfestNW is a global gathering of technology and business leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs held at Portland State University’s Viking Pavilion in downtown Portland, Oregon. Learn more about the innovative, impactful tech that helps define our region. Hear from thought leaders across industries. Experience workshops and live tech demos. Join the startup pitch festival. And of…

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Portland Night Market
Ongoing

Portland Night Market

Central Eastside Industrial District

The Portland Night Market showcases many unique businesses that call Portland home. Blending food, culture, music, drinks and retail together for an adventurous evening in the Central Eastside. Come meet some of Portland’s best makers and creators! The Portland Night Market is a bimonthly, free event and open to all ages.

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Rhododendron & Daffodil Show & Sale
Apr. 4–5, 2020

Rhododendron & Daffodil Show & Sale

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden Free

This annual show and sale returns every April to Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. See gorgeous rhododendrons and daffodils on display, then stroll through the garden in full bloom — one of the city’s most iconic and beautiful natural areas.

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Trillium Festival
Saturday, Apr. 4, 2020

Trillium Festival

Tryon Creek State Park Free

Join us for the 40th annual Trillium Festival! MEMBER BENEFITS ‘Early Bird’ Entrance to plant sale 9 – 10am BUY 1 get 1 FREE Trillium Brunch 8-10am PLANT SALE Boskey Dell Natives will be selling plants in various sizes, including Trillium and other specialty native plants that support native wildlife. Specific Questions about your yard?…

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Bridge to Brews
Sunday, Apr. 5, 2020

Bridge to Brews

Tom McCall Waterfront Park Varies

The annual Bridge to Brews foot race is back with a new route in 2020, taking participants over the Broadway, Steel, Morrison and Hawthorne Bridge. Head to Waterfront Park after the race for the “brews” section of the event which features a classic Portland beer festival where you can sample local beer, cider and distilleries….

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Peninsula Park Eggstravaganza
Wednesday, Apr. 8, 2020

Peninsula Park Eggstravaganza

Peninsula Park Community Center $5

Hippity hop down the bunny trail & discover what he left behind! Together, challenge yourselves uncovering a basket full of treasures. Experience a spirit of playfulness & helping your child develop self-direction skills & respect for others. It’s festive! It’s fun! Follow the link to register children ages 1.5-5 for only $5: https://apm.activecommunities.com/portlandparks/Activity_Search/egg-stravaganza/118146

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Portland Lindy Exchange
Apr. 10–12, 2020

Portland Lindy Exchange

Multiple venues Varies

Established in 2008, the Portland Lindy Exchange (PDXLX) is the biggest annual swing dance weekend in Oregon. Join us for 3 days of celebrating the music and vintage swing dances of the early 20th Century including Lindy Hop, Charleston, Balboa, and Collegiate Shag. The Music PDXLX 2020 will feature LIVE swing and vintage jazz from…

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Rabbit Romp
Saturday, Apr. 11, 2020

Rabbit Romp

Oregon Zoo Free with zoo admission

Welcome spring with candy hunts, activities and farm animal talks at Rabbit Romp. Bring the kids to Rabbit Romp, a celebration of spring geared at the 10-and-under crowd. Candy hunts and coloring activities will begin at 9:30 a.m. There will be two separate hunts on the concert lawn — one for kids 3-10 and and…

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Hippity Hop Bunny Hop Through the Pearl
Saturday, Apr. 11, 2020

Hippity Hop Bunny Hop Through the Pearl

Jamison Square Park Free

Join us in the Pearl to celebrate Spring with fun activities, treats and a hug and picture with the Easter Bunny. Smiles, laughter and some sweet treats will bring a burst of energy to the streets throughout the day as the Easter Bunny goes out and about taking photos and giving out candy and hugs….

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Cider Rite of Spring
Saturday, Apr. 11, 2020

Cider Rite of Spring

Leftbank Annex Tickets Available Feb. 17, 2020

Cider Rite of Spring is a celebration of the blossoming Northwest Cider industry — an annual cider tasting event welcoming the return of spring, featuring over 100 unique ciders served by over 30 different cidermakers.

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Easter Sunday at The Grotto
Sunday, Apr. 12, 2020

Easter Sunday at The Grotto

The Grotto Free

Celebrate Easter Sunday at The Grotto, a serene woodland sanctuary in Northeast Portland featuring 62 acres of botanical gardens. Mass celebrating Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord will occur at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. April 12, 2020. Main entrance is located at NE 85th Avenue and Sandy Boulevard.

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Easter Brunch Cruises on the Portland Spirit
Sunday, Apr. 12, 2020

Easter Brunch Cruises on the Portland Spirit

Portland Spirit Cruises & Events Adults from $66 Children from $33

Gather your friends and family for an Easter celebration to remember. Hop onboard the Portland Spirit for a two-hour Easter Brunch cruise featuring an elaborate brunch buffet, ever-changing views and excellent service. The Cinnabunny will be making a special appearance, and will be giving a gift to each child. The price includes our delicious Northwest…

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Rose City Salsa & Timba Festival
Apr. 16–20, 2020

Rose City Salsa & Timba Festival

Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown $15 and up. Children 12 and under enter free.

The Rose City Salsa & Timba Festival is focused on bringing top level salsa and timba talent and education to Portland, OR through its 501c3 non-profit status. This annual festival showcases local performers, national and international talent and social dancing until 4 a.m. HEADLINERS De’Jon Polanski & Clo Ferreira (Bachata) Alex Flavor & Natasha Silva…

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Quilt, Craft & Sewing Festival
Apr. 16–18, 2020

Quilt, Craft & Sewing Festival

Portland Expo Center $10 for all three days. 50% off admission coupon available at event website.

At the Quilt, Craft & Sewing Festival, you will find a wide variety of sewing, quilting, needle-art and craft supply exhibits from many quality companies, along with make ‘n’ takes, free demos, daily door prize drawings and more.

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Design Week Portland
Apr. 18–25, 2020

Design Week Portland

Various Locations

This annual springtime festival showcases Portland’s creative community, with a week full of lectures, design events and open houses.

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Nano Beer Fest
Apr. 24–26, 2020

Nano Beer Fest

John's Marketplace $20 presale

Started back in 2008, the Nano Beer Fest began at Max’s Fanno Creek where the owners were looking for a way to showcase the local small brewers who were coming on the scene. Nine years later, it has grown to a bi-annual event featuring small batch beers, ciders and mead made by some of the…

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Bloom Runway
Friday, Apr. 24, 2020

Bloom Runway

Splash Worldwide – The Buck Building $40-$85, afterparty online price $10/door price $20

Experience Bloom Runway, a powerful, fashion-forward event with ready-to-wear brands and designers. This is a curated mix-and-mingle experience for cultured individuals celebrating fashion, style and live music. This annual fashion show showcases Portland’s most creative fashion talent and entrepreneurs from all different backgrounds and nationalities, while giving back to the community by mentoring peers and…

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Pour Oregon
Saturday, Apr. 25, 2020

Pour Oregon

World Trade Center Portland $45-$90

The Pour Oregon wine festival is your chance to discover small, artisanal wine producers from all over Oregon. There’s so much great wine in this state from Southern Oregon’s Rogue, Applegate, and Umpqua Valleys, to the little places like Elkton and Milton-Freewater, to the hills and valleys of the great Willamette Valley. At Pour Oregon,…

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Inner City Blues Festival
Saturday, Apr. 25, 2020

Inner City Blues Festival

Aladdin Theater $25 in advance; $30.00 door; $75.00 VIP

Soul Queens & Blues Kings A benefit for HEALTH CARE FOR ALL- OREGON “Healing the Healthcare Blues” This very special showcase will celebrate icons of Soul and the Blues pioneers that helped shape the history of music. Norman “Boogie Cat” Sylvester brings together some of our local R&B favorites: Lenanne Miller, Renato Caranto, LaRhonda Steele,…

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Oregon Book Awards
Monday, Apr. 27, 2020

Oregon Book Awards

Portland Center Stage at The Armory $12-$65

Join Literary Arts’ annual celebration of the state’s most accomplished writers in the genres of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, young readers and graphic literature. Hosts in 2020 are Elena Passarello and Omar El Akkad.

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Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
May 1–3, 2020

Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Tom McCall Waterfront Park $10 for adults and kids 13 and under; $7 for kids 7-12 and seniors over 62. Kids 6 and under enter free.

Shop for handmade crafts, snack on traditional recipes and enjoy entertainment straight from Guadalajara at this popular Cinco de Mayo festival.

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Crafty Wonderland Spring Art + Craft Market
Saturday, May 2, 2020

Crafty Wonderland Spring Art + Craft Market

Oregon Convention Center Free

Portland’s biannual art and craft fair boasts unique handmade wares from 225+ local vendors.

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Camas Plant and Garden Fair
Saturday, May 9, 2020

Camas Plant and Garden Fair

NE 4th Ave Camas, Washington 98607 Free

Held the day before Mother’s Day, the Camas Plant and Garden Fair draws in thousands of people to enjoy and explore an amazing selection of plants, trees, garden art and supplies, and much more provided by local growers and vendors. Kids’ activities, live music, entertainment, fresh food, and the shops and restaurants of Downtown Camas…

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St. Johns Bizarre & Parade
Saturday, May 9, 2020

St. Johns Bizarre & Parade

St Johns Portland, OR 97203 Free

The St. Johns Bizarre is a uniquely crafted celebration that kicks off the summer street fair season in Portland with music, kids’ activities and more. Held annually on the second Saturday in May, the Bizarre brings music, crafts and food to the crowds attending the St. Johns Parade. After the parade, the entire six block…

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Mother's Day Rhododendron Show & Sale
May 9–10, 2020

Mother's Day Rhododendron Show & Sale

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden

Come and view gorgeous flowers at their peak bloom time, then pick bouquets for all the special moms in your life at this annual show and marketplace. All proceeds benefit Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden.

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UFO Festival
May 14–17, 2020

UFO Festival

Hotel Oregon $20 and up

Every May, thousands of visitors flock to the city’s famous UFO Festival, featuring four days of parades, costume contests, expert speakers

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Filmed by Bike Film Festival
May 15–17, 2020

Filmed by Bike Film Festival

Hollywood Theatre

Filmed by Bike is a film festival that features the world’s best bike movies. The packed weekend includes a bike ride, visiting filmmakers, six film showtimes, dozens of films, afterparties and much more.

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