I wrote a thing! "So, this is what I want you to do. I want you to harness your inner Donna Redwing (and/or Donna Summer, your choice.) and come down to the Portland Dyke March June 16th 2018, 6:00pm Kickoff at sw Naito and Pine. Let’s make noise! Dykes! Come with signs! Go to Homo Depot, head to home décor and grab some paint sticks from the cute femme with the side-hair, then hit the liquor store. You know, “For cardboard”, for “your sign.” Make it a thing! Come with chants! Let’s be loud. Get drunk and ask side-hair to come! She likes you!"
The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. Your registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route. Plus you can enjoy massage, cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. Register here
Dates: September 12-19
Miles: 387 – 450 depending on route
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The World Naked Bike Ride is an annual, worldwide bike ride that highlights the vulnerability of cyclists everywhere and decries society’s dependence on pollution-based transport. It’s also a lot of fun and it’s free for all! Click here for more information.
NOTE: The route will not be disclosed prior to the ride.
Wear a white dress, be ready to marry Portland!
Walking (and dancing) involved, make sure your shoes are comfy!
Bring cash and your ID.
1- Wear a white dress.
2- Bring your ID.
3- Carry cash and don't start tabs.
4- Don't do things that lead to jail time; you are dressed like me.
5- Bring your sense of humor.
Did I mention that you should wear a white dress?
THIRST fest will introduce members of the LGBTQ community to some of the newest alcoholic beverages hitting the glass. Thirst Fest 2015 was designed and organized in support of Cascade AIDS Project. THIRST fest will introduce members of the LGBTQ community to some of the newest alcohol beverages hitting the glass. The two-day event will feature beverage sampling, cocktail competitions, and opportunity for members of the LGBTQ community to influence it's own mixology trends, and support the work of local charities. Enjoy our “Battle of the Bartenders” in which Portland’s best bartenders compete to make an original cocktail on the fly for a panel of celebrity judges, with unique entertainment. More Information
Additional tasting tokens can be purchased at the event for $1.00 each.