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Monthly Archives: May 2006
There’s a lot of love in the world, and it’s all concentrated into the little explosions of flavor we call Oregon Strawberries. To get the freshest, most delicious, most intense specimens, you should visit one of the zillions of Farmers Markets in the Portland area.
You can find a list here, or just drive randomly around [...]
Looking for fun things for your child to do this summer? Audubon Society of Portland’s Summer Camps are a fantastic way for your child to spend a week exploring the wonders of nature. As of May 15th, the following camps are still available for this Summer:
For kids going into 1st grade:
July 17-21: Homing in on [...]
One of the neatest parties in Portland is tomorrow at 9:30 AM- the Doggie Dash. Over 2000 Portland Dogs will converge on the Waterfront park with their bipedal friends and celebrate. Come for the races, stay for the costumes. There’s a 2 mile fun run/walk that everyone can feel good about and a contest [...]
Your chance to influence our future and our kids’ future looms. Take a close look at the candidates, fill in your ballots, and send them in.
For a progressive look at your ballot, we recommend the Willamette Week lineup. But here you go for our picks.
First, though he’s been quiet as a governor, we want to [...]
On Saturday, May 13, St. Johns will welcome its 44th annual parade. While not directly affiliated with the Rose Festival, the parade is usually the first time the Ambassador Court, comprised of one student representing each of the City’s eight high schools is seen together, and typically kicks off the festival season with a bang.