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Wednesday, August 15
Chipper's Preschool Mornings in SE PDX
15 Aug @ 09:30 am | Oaks Park
It's all the fun of Oaks Park at a pint-sized pace! Enjoy kiddie rides and selected family rides from 9:30 am-11:30 am, then join us for cookies and milk and storytime with Chipper the Squirrel and the Oregon Dairy Princess from 11:30 am-12 pm.$9.50 per child; 6 and younger only, please. One adult free per child's paid admission. Adults are consi
Summer Exploration Days in Sherwood
15 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Come learn about the wildlife on the Refuge with fun crafts and activities. From butterflies to beavers we will explore all that the Refuge has to offer with a different theme each week. Drop-in anytime between 10 am-1 pm. All ages are welcome, however, activities will be most suitable for elementary aged school kids and younger.  
Honeybee Hikes at Leach Botanical Gardens in SE PDX
15 Aug @ 10:00 am | Leach Botanical Gardens
This is a February through mid-December weekly occurring event - every Wednesday 10 am-11 am. Please dress for the weather. We will be outside exploring the garden, looking for wildlife, and possibly visiting the bees, working in the Children's Discovery Garden, listening to a story or making a craft item. Each week is different with seasonal them
Science in the Park in Vancouver
15 Aug @ 11:00 am | Esther Short Park
Science in the Park is a special learning treat awaiting families who enjoy Vancouver's Noon Concert Series. From 11 am-1 pm, prior to and during every noon concert, children can try hands-on crafts and science experiments, all designed for fun and learning about water, nature and the environment. This year’s theme is ‘Face Your Fears: A Journe
Family Concert Series in Oregon City
15 Aug @ 11:00 am | Oregon City Library
June 20: Red Yarn June 27: Chuck Cheesman July 11: Greta Pedersen July 18: Hula Halau Ohana Holo ’Oko ’A July 25: Nathalia August 1: Portland Taiko August 8: Chayag Andrea Folk Music August 15: Micah and Me At library park.
End of Summer Reading Lawn Party / Lectura de Verano Fiesta in Beaverton
15 Aug @ 12:30 pm | Beaverton City Library
Celebrate all the reading you did this summer on the library's front lawn! / ¡Festeja lo tanto que has leído este verano en el césped de la biblioteca!   Ages 2-12 with family / Para niños de 2-12 años con sus familias. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Chak de! India in SE PDX
15 Aug @ 06:30 pm | Laurelhurst Park
Summer 2018 marks the 12th season of free Movies in the Park events throughout Portland. Evening after evening, summer nights in Portland parks offer families and friends the perfect backdrop to renew connections. Since 2007, crowds have gathered in parks to experience cinematic magic in an outdoor setting. The program has grown from 13 movies to a
Bat Chat at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
15 Aug @ 07:30 pm | Tryon Creek Park
Sign up for a free night hike led by trained naturalists to experience the bats of Tryon Creek. We will talk about our local bat species and the amazing adaptations that allow them to survive while we walk through the park, ending at a spot to view bats. There, we will watch bats and listen to echolocating bats with the Bat Detector. Parents must a
Thursday, August 16
Free Metro Parks Day in Fairview, Gresham and NE PDX
16 Aug @ All-day | Portland
Enjoy free parking at Oxbow and Blue Lake regional parks, Broughton Beach, M. James Gleason Memorial Boat Ramp and Chinook Landing Marine Park on 17 days in 2018: Jan. 1, 15 and 18 Feb. 15 and 19 March 15 April 19 May 17 June 21 July 19 Aug. 16 Sept. 20 Oct. 18 Nov. 11, 15 and 23 Dec. 20 Parking at all other Metro parks and boat ramps i
Family Forest Days in SW PDX
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Hoyt Arboretum
Bring the family to Hoyt Arboretum for free drop-in nature and science hands-on activities. Each week a Hoyt Naturalist will be stationed out in the Arboretum Visitors Center to teach about an environmental education theme. Family Forest Days will be accompanied with a self-lead activity to learn with your children as you stroll along the wooded tr
Family Fishing Days in Fairview
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Blue Lake Regional Park
Learn to fish at Blue Lake Regional Park every Thursday from June 28-August 9 from 10 am-noon with the guys from Get Hooked! Even if you've never used a hook, rod or reel, Dishaun and Philip can teach you and your children. Gear is provided and kids under 12 fish for free. This event is wheelchair accessible.
Reading in the Wild Storytime with Nature in Vancouver
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Water Resources Center
The City of Vancouver’s Water Resources Education Center offers a free, outdoor reading series for kids, from 3 to 6 years old, called Reading in the Wild. The program connects fun stories with nature activities.   We read, and your little ones explore. Sit under a tree, listen to a story, then roam around our garden to play with plants, roc
Noontime Arts & Culture Performances in NE PDX
16 Aug @ 12:00 pm | Gateway Discovery Park
Enjoy an afternoon of free music in the park! Check the site for details on weekly performers.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) PG in SW PDX
16 Aug @ 06:30 pm | Elizabeth Caruthers Park
Summer 2018 marks the 12th season of free Movies in the Park events throughout Portland. Evening after evening, summer nights in Portland parks offer families and friends the perfect backdrop to renew connections. Since 2007, crowds have gathered in parks to experience cinematic magic in an outdoor setting. The program has grown from 13 movies to a
Twilight Thursday at Oxbow Park in Gresham
16 Aug @ 06:30 pm | Oxbow Regional Park
As the sun begins its descent in the sky, many animals go out to forage for one last meal. At the same time, nocturnal animals awaken and move across the landscape. Join a naturalist on a hike at Oxbow Regional Park to explore the magical space between day and night. Cost: $6/person, $11/family; no parking fees on Free Park Day Ages: ages 6 and o
Movies in the Garden in Silverton
16 Aug @ 07:00 pm | Oregon Garden
Doors will open at 7pm and the show will begin at dusk on the beautiful Garden Green, in the heart of The Oregon Garden. It’s also a great opportunity to catch a sunset in the Garden! Parking will be available in the lower parking lot, across from the Pavillion. Please no outside food or drink. Food, candy, popcorn and beverages (spirits, wine
Friday, August 17
Portland Parks Ladybug Walk in SE PDX
17 Aug @ 10:00 am | Lents Park
Ladybug Walks are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and their grown-ups who want to investigate nature in Portland’s parks with trained preschool naturalists! Children explore and discover nature with an Environmental Educator at just the right pace. Walks introduce children to plants, creeks, insects, birds, and animals. All walks are geared fo
Summer Discovery Series in Hillsboro
17 Aug @ 10:00 am | Hillsboro Parent Preschool + Kindergarten
Stomp, sculpt and splash your way through childhood classics! Discover favorite stories with activities in our outdoor classroom. Children ages 2-6 will find special delight, but all children welcome. Parents must be present. $2 suggested donation per child to cover supplies.
Black Panther in SW PDX
17 Aug @ 06:30 pm | Lents Park
Summer 2018 marks the 12th season of free Movies in the Park events throughout Portland. Evening after evening, summer nights in Portland parks offer families and friends the perfect backdrop to renew connections. Since 2007, crowds have gathered in parks to experience cinematic magic in an outdoor setting. The program has grown from 13 movies to a
Pix in the Park: ParaNorman - with Special Guests from Laika in Hillsboro
17 Aug @ 07:00 pm | Ron Tonkin Field
Catch a family movie at a different park each week. Arrive at 7 pm for pre-show live music and popcorn! Movie begins at dusk (approximately 9 pm). Bring a blanket and stretch out in front of the big screen! FREE6-Year Anniversary Screening and Q & A w/ Special Guests from Laika!ParaNorman (2012)Rated PGRuntime: 92 minutesA misunderstood boy takes
Flicks on the Bricks in SW PDX
17 Aug @ 07:00 pm | Pioneer Courthouse Square
On five Friday evenings in July and August, the Square will be transformed into Portland’s largest outdoor movie theater for the entire community to enjoy! The movie series will kick-off on Friday, July 20th and continue through August 17th on five Friday nights accompanied by live pre-movie entertainment. Pre-movie music begins at 7 pm with the
Saturday, August 18
SUPERHERO 5K - Candlelighters For Children With Cancer in Tigard
18 Aug @ 08:30 am | Cook Park
Be A Hero. Help Our Cause. Join Our Run. 5K Run/Walk 8:30 am | Kid's Obstacle Challenge 10 am Join Candlelighters For Children With Cancer at it's 6th annual SUPERHERO 5K Run/Walk. It's a morning of fun for the whole family with a 5K Run/Walk, Kid's Superhero-in-Training Obstacle Challenge, themed family activities, therapy animals, and SUPERHEROES
POP Club (Power of Produce) in NE PDX
18 Aug @ 09:00 am | Hollywood Farmers Market
Power Of Produce (POP) Club is a free kids program that will run at Hollywood Farmers Market in 2018 on Saturdays from June-September 1. POP Club is designed to empower kids to make healthy food choices, introducing them to where their food comes from through fun activities.Here’s how POP Club works: Kids, aged 5-12 come to the POP Club booth on
Explora el bosque sobre el domo de lava del parque natural Scouters Mountain in Happy Valley
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Scouters Mountain Nature Park
Ven y explora el bosque que creció sobre el domo de lava de un volcán extincto en compañía de un naturalista. Este habitat de abetos de Douglas y arces brinda protección y alimento a los mamíferos y aves que anidan en nuestra región. Durante la caminata buscaremos señales de estas interacciones. La clase será guiada en español. Costo: $6
2018 Portland Adult Soapbox Derby in SE PDX
18 Aug — 19 Aug | @ 10:00 am | Mt Tabor Park
The Portland Adult Soapbox Derby is a free event, fueled by over 100 volunteers, typically held on the third Saturday in August. 40+ teams of racers hurtle down a closed course in hand-built contraptions, powered only by one push at the top of the hill, and the inescapable force of gravity.  
Adventures in Rain, Mud, and Play Day in SE PDX
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Adventure Play Garden
The Adventure Play Garden will be a place for open-ended creative play in nature. This flowering fallow field is a maze of discovery, with kid pathways and little rooms already being formed. We are thrilled to see how this magical space develops through the playful work of children!   We are currently open for free Play Days on Saturdays, from
Family Exploration Hike in Sherwood
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Join a volunteer to explore the Refuge using all five senses on this special guided family hike. Listen for birds, smell the flowers, feel the plants, and look for signs of illusive animals. Trail is mostly flat and gravel. Wear walking shoes. Strollers and wheel chair accessible.  All ages are welcome, especially families with children.  Free a
Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tryon Creek Park
Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.  Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.  No groups more than 10 please. Free, no pr
Neighborhood Nature Scavenger Hunt with Author Wendy Gorton in SE PDX
18 Aug @ 10:30 am | Made You Look
Join us at Made You Look for a Neighborhood Nature Scavenger Hunt led by Wendy Gorton, the author of our favorite summer book, 50 Hikes with Kids: Oregon and Washington.   Meet at Made You Look on Saturday, August 18th at 10:30 am for a short walk around the neighborhood with Wendy. Afterwards she will lead the kiddos in a debrief with identificat
Open Saturdays at Philip Foster Farm in Eagle Creek
18 Aug @ 11:00 am | Philip Foster Farm Historic Site
We have Real History and Real Fun for the whole family on the Oregon Trail. Grind corn, use the crosscut, build a log cabin, scrub your laundry with a washboard and wringer. Explore the history of these original and reconstructed buildings.   Admission $5 per person, or $20 per family. Bring your picnic for a trip to the past.
8th Annual Nadaka Community Festival in Gresham
18 Aug @ 12:00 pm | Nadaka Nature Park
It is time for the 8th Annual Nadaka Community Festival! This fun and exciting event will be at Nadaka Nature Park in Gresham on Saturday, August 18th from 12 pm-3 pm. This is a free event for the community with:  Aztec Dancers Free food (while supplies last) Nature & sports activities for all ages Portland Audubon’s live educational birds Comm
The Homecoming: "Iron Sharpens Iron" in North PDX
18 Aug @ 01:00 pm | Denorval Unthank Park
Join us for the annual SEI summer music celebration! "The Homecoming" is a free event celebrating family, community and quality of life. This year's theme: "Iron Sharpens Iron" offers the opportunity to recognize a long standing community member with an award to recognize their impact and influence in the African-American community. This event inc
Champoeg Living History:Farmstead, Skills and Trades Day in St. Paul
18 Aug @ 01:00 pm | Champoeg State Heritage Area
Discover through hands-on living history and demonstrations by costumed interpreters how items were made for survival on a 19th century homestead. See working blacksmiths create tools and hardware using hammer and anvils.  Watch and learn as traditional woodworkers demonstrate the tools and skills needed to turn a piece of wood into necessary hous
Moana — Tonga Day — in NE PDX
18 Aug @ 06:30 pm | Gateway Discovery Park
This evening's feature film is Moana (2016) PG at Gateway Discovery Park. Pre-movie entertainment will be provided by Tongan 101—Tongan/Pacific Island music and dance. Pre-movie entertainment starts at 6:30 pm. Movie begins after Dusk.
Sunday, August 19
Outer Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways
19 Aug @ 11:00 am | Gateway Discovery Park
In 2018, Sunday Parkways is returning to Outer Northeast with new attractions and new parks/marketplaces. This route that begins after Gateway green will bring you home or introduce you to life in the Outer NE. This 6.4 miles route will take you to Knott, East Holladay and debut the newly constructed Gateway Discovery Park. These parks will be
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