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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
Community Health Fair in Hillsboro
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Neighborhood Health Center - Tanasbourne
Members of the general public are invited to attend a free health fair presented by Neighborhood Health Center. The fair will feature interactive displays, sports physicals, immunizations/vaccines, well child exams, health and dental screenings, family-friendly activities, giveways and more. More than 15 community health providers will exhibit and
Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years in SW PDX
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Oregon Historical Society
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Racing to Change illuminates the Civil Rights Movement in Oregon in the 1960s and 70s, a time of cultural and social upheaval, conflict, and change. The era brought new militant voices into a clash with traditional organizations of power, both Black and white. Visitors of all ages and backgrounds will be engaged by the examination of the repressio
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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
Family Storytime in SE PDX
16 Aug @ 10:15 am | Rockwood Library
Children from birth to age 6 (with a favorite adult) enjoy books, songs, rhymes and movement activities while building language and literacy skills. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Storytimes at Lake Oswego Library
16 Aug @ 10:30 am | Lake Oswego Library
Tuesdays at 10:30 am: Preschool Storytime (three to five years old) Wednesdays at 10:30 am: Toddler Storytime (two to three years old)Thursdays at 10:30 am: Fun for Ones Storytime (12- 24 months) Fridays at 10:30 am: Baby Storytime (birth through 12 months)
Vain Little Mouse/La Ratoncita Presumida in SE PDX
16 Aug @ 11:00 am | Sellwood-Moreland Library
A bilingual (Spanish/English) folktale from Venezuela, our tiny heroine thinks herself much too fine to accept the proposal of a common mouse, as in love with her as he may be. Indeed, she sets her sights on ‘worthier’ matches, like the sun, the wind and the mountain. Yet, her search for a perfect suitor worthy of her love brings her right back
Free Lunch and Play Throughout Portland
16 Aug @ 11:00 am | Portland-Metro Area
Free lunches served at sites and times listed for those age 18 and under, plus free activities. Head to the PP&R website for specific sites and times.  57% of young Portlanders qualify for free or reduced-price lunch during the school year.Without school lunches, summer becomes the time when nearly 50,000 Portland children face hunger daily. The F
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.
Scales, Claws and Expanding Jaws in SE PDX
16 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Midland Library
Students slide, slither and hop into herpetology, the science of reptiles. We'll get up close and personal with live snakes, lizards and turtles in order to study the features which make this class of animals unique. Discover that snakes are smooth and dry, lizards have no earlobes, and geckos can lick their eyeballs!  
Sing-along and Interactive Movies in Beaverton
16 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Beaverton City Library
Enjoy singing along and interacting with your favorite movies this summer!   June 21: "The Incredibles" (2004) July 5: "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (1971) Aug. 16: "The Wizard of Oz" (1939).   Ages 2-12 with family (children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult). Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Video Game Truck in NE PDX
16 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Holladay Park
The Game Truck is back! All-ages are welcome to play free video games. The truck will be in the center of the park. Daily Drop-In Activities — Monday, June 11-Monday, September 3 Free fun everyday this summer in Holladay Park! Big games including Giant Checkers, Connect Four, Corn Hole, arts & crafts, and much more. A drop-in craft table will be
Legos at the Library in SW PDX
16 Aug @ 03:30 pm | Hillsdale Library
Bring your mad Lego skills to the library and let your imagination flow. Bricks and supplies provided. Donations welcome. For kids ages 5-11.  Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Preschool Sensory Storytime in NE PDX
16 Aug @ 03:30 pm | Hollywood Library
This preschool storytime is especially welcoming for children on the spectrum and families who are looking for a smaller, more adaptive library experience. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Thursday Afternoon Storytime in NE PDX
16 Aug @ 03:30 pm | Green Bean Books
Our weekly storytimes are great for kids to listen to stories and songs!  
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
AWEtism We Embrace in NE PDX
16 Aug @ 06:30 pm | Providence Medical Center
AWEtism We Embrace (AWE) is a group for parents, partners and adults on the autism spectrum wanting a fresh perspective of what autism can mean in their lives. This facilitated support group is for adults, both neurotypical and neurodiverse.  We welcome parents raising children of all ages on the autism spectrum. We also welcome adults on the au
Friday, August 17
Family Storytime in Fairview
17 Aug @ 10:15 am | Fairview-Columbia Library
Children from birth to age 6 (with a favorite adult) enjoy books, songs, rhymes and movement activities while building language and literacy skills. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Science Alliance: Meet the Ocean in SE PDX
17 Aug @ 10:30 am | Made You Look
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Get excited for an extra special edition of Science Alliance! We're thrilled to welcome our neighbor Paul North, Polar Expedition Diver & Director of Meet the Ocean. Paul will be sharing stories of his adventures exploring Antartica and sharing amazing footage of animals in the ocean. We're talking swimming penguins, R.O.V. footage from depths of
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Storytimes at Lake Oswego Library
17 Aug @ 10:30 am | Lake Oswego Library
Tuesdays at 10:30 am: Preschool Storytime (three to five years old) Wednesdays at 10:30 am: Toddler Storytime (two to three years old)Thursdays at 10:30 am: Fun for Ones Storytime (12- 24 months) Fridays at 10:30 am: Baby Storytime (birth through 12 months)
Micah and Me Toddler Dance Party in SE PDX
17 Aug @ 10:30 am | Hammer and Jacks
The Micah & Me Children's Music show is a dance party for toddlers and their families starring their biggest fans, At-Home Dads!  We do appreciated tips ($5 per child suggested)!
Baby Storytime in NE PDX
17 Aug @ 10:30 am | Green Bean Books
Baby storytime is unique because it will focus on ways that parents and caregivers can interact with their children during storytime. We will give you fun ideas of things to do with your babies that encourage interaction and early literacy and then show you how to model those interactions for them. We will read two or three short books and also hav
Family Storytime in NE PDX
17 Aug @ 11:00 am | Albina Library
Children from birth to age 6 (with a favorite adult) enjoy books, songs, rhymes and movement activities while building language and literacy skills. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Summertime Concert in North PDX
17 Aug @ 11:00 am | North Portland Library
Michal Karmi, aka Peanut, is one of Los Angeles' most sought after children's musicians. Her sweet voice and clever lyrics meet ukulele strums and impressive trilingual (English, Spanish, Hebrew) chops.  Toting her ukulele and a gentle voice, Peanut is named by parents as the sweetest children’s musician around. Her uplifting energy and genuine
Free Lunch and Play Throughout Portland
17 Aug @ 11:00 am | Portland-Metro Area
Free lunches served at sites and times listed for those age 18 and under, plus free activities. Head to the PP&R website for specific sites and times.  57% of young Portlanders qualify for free or reduced-price lunch during the school year.Without school lunches, summer becomes the time when nearly 50,000 Portland children face hunger daily. The F
Free Open Play Swimming in St. Johns
17 Aug @ 01:45 pm | Pier Pool
Drop in and have a splash! No registration needed to keep cool in the pool at designated Free Open Play Swimming dates, times, and locations. Click here more information about hundreds of FREE summer events in Portland parks, including concerts, movies, and lunches for kids.
Belmont Builders in SE PDX
17 Aug @ 03:00 pm | Belmont Library
Drop in and explore your building prowess with Legos and more! We’ll supply the building materials … you bring the creativity and imagination. All ages welcome. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Babywearing International of Portland Playdate in NE PDX
17 Aug — 18 Aug | @ 03:00 pm | The Oregon Public House
Join us every 3rd Friday of the month for a happy hour playdate at The Oregon Public House! We will have a table reserved in the back by the kids play area. Our playdates are a free, casual opportunity to get together with other local parents and caregivers, on a regular basis. Our volunteer educators host our playdates and are there to help wit
Legos at the Library in North PDX
17 Aug @ 04:00 pm | Kenton Library
Bring your mad Lego skills to the library and let your imagination flow. Bricks and supplies provided. Donations welcome. For kids ages 5-11.  Click here for info about library accessiblility.
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
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
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