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Join Portland Early Learning Project for a lively and interactive Spanish story and playtime. Get ready to shake maracas and ask for "más burbujas" with Jessica! Books, songs, and lots of movement make this event fun for the whole family.
Parents enjoy a night out while the kids rock out in their pjs with Little Wing's fun musical games and stories. RSVP to Little Wing Director Erin LaCerra by phone or email at (570) 932-1189 or email@example.com.
Imago's signature work returns! Alligators, haunted strings, musical windbags and an endless cowboy are just a few of the incredible creatures that come to life in this fantastical show that has been acclaimed worldwide for over three decades.
Get your picture taken with Santa, enjoy a pancake breakfast, and make a fun holiday craft in support of Milwaukie Cooperative Preschool.
FIT4MOM Cedarmill and Lucy Athleticwear in the Pearl are partnering for a fun fitness event. Try a free sample Body Back class for free followed by refreshments and discounted shopping at Lucy. Expect a 60-minute total body workout followed by a time for relaxation and meditation while meeting other like-minded moms. Be sure to bring a yoga mat or towel, and dumbbell weights if you have them. This event will take place on Saturday, December 14th at Friendly House Community Center. Check in will begin at 8:30am, for a 9:00am start time for class! This class is a kids-free event for women, but feel free to check out their website for opportunities to try out one of our Stroller Strides classes, all-levels workouts for moms and stroller-aged children.
[Description] Stop by anytime to make a Terrarium Ornament using airplants! $10 per ornament
Add a little handmade to your holiday cheer at the 3rd annual St. Johns Swapnplay Playspace Holiday Craft Fair. This event features local handmade goods, a raffle, snacks for sale and an extensive playspace for kids to enjoy. Table fees and food sales go toward a scholarship fund to assist families who can not afford membership to the playspace.
This annual craftastic shopping event only happens this weekend and features handmade, affordable and hip gifts from more than 250 local artists. Find items including stationery, jewelry, silk-screened t-shirts, wallets and belts made of bike tubes, fuzzy hats, ceramics, chocolates and scented soaps. Free goodie bags to the first 150 people through the door each day.
Join small batch food and beverage artisans for this annual food drive, providing hundreds of pounds of food to Oregon families during the holidays. Sample specialty cocktails in New Deal’s tasting room as well as other nibbles and bevvies, then shop for holiday gifts of spirits, gourmet cheeses, chocolates, craft brews and holiday baskets from Pok Pok SOM Drinking Vinegars, Tails and Trotters, Water Avenue Coffee, Briar Rose Creamery, Alma Chocolate, Unbound Pickling and others. Don’t forget to bring a can of food or two for the Oregon Food Bank.
Take a break from your downtown shopping to check out this quirky tradition that began in Rockefeller Center’s ice skating rink in New York City in 1974 to honor the late artist and teacher, William J. Bell. As 250 powerful tubas play the festive holiday carols by the tree in the square, spectators are encouraged to belt out the tunes in an interactive sing-along.
Girls ranging in age from 5 to 18 will celebrate the season with a choir concert, Jingle Bear Family Concert, “Visions of Sugar Plums." The performance will include a wide range of songs, including Antiphonal Alleluia, Kodaly’s Christmas Dance of the Shepherds, Britten’s Night Song from “The Little Sweep”, Sing Hodie, Noel, and Patapan, as well as favorites from “Grinch” and “Elf”.