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Sunday
Nov 30, 2008
Secret Society Sale
Secret Society Ballroom

Secret Society Sale

Local – Handmade - Art

Shop for unique, locally handmade gifts at the Secret Society Sale, an annual artist-run holiday sale. All vendors participating in this sale will donate 10% of their profits to the Oregon Food Bank, because no one should be hungry.

Sunday, November 30th, 2008 (One Day only!) Secret Society Ballroom 116 NE Russell (next to the Wonder Ballroom) 10 am – 6 pm

Thirty-five artists will feature unique, locally handmade gifts including jewelry, accessories, handbags, crocheted hats, clothing for adults & children, reconstructed apparel, soap & candles, glassware, clay ware, plushies, cards & original artwork at the 4th annual Secret Society Sale.

In the beautiful Secret Society Ballroom local artists will sell their handmade treasures in a relaxed atmosphere where shoppers can chat with artists. This year it just keeps getting better . . . the newly opened Secret Society Lounge will be open from 4-6 pm for drinks and snacks during the sale!

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Friday
May 15, 2009
The 2009 Solar & Sustainability Science Fair
PHC Northwest

The 2009 Solar & Sustainability Science Fair is presented by PHC Northwest, host to the largest single-roof solar array in the Pacific Northwest. This FREE event challenges the minds of tomorrow and celebrates the people working towards a cleaner, more sustainable world today. It features “green” projects created by local students alongside exhibits from more than 35 solar and renewable energy organizations showcasing their latest programs and technologies. For more info visit http://www.phcnw.com/solar.

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Wednesday
Apr 7, 2010
Gubernatorial Candidate Forum - Democratic Candidates
World Trade Center

The Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN), Software Association of Oregon (SAO) , Oregon Business Association (OBA) and the Portland Business Alliance are presenting the 2010 Gubernatorial Candidate Forums. Tech America will be a supporting organization for the forums

Oregon’s economy is facing great challenges. The state is struggling with serious budgetary shortfalls and that is exacerbated by an unemployment rate that is hovering above 10 percent. With the recent passage of measures 66 & 67 many Oregonians question what the impact will be for Oregon businesses. Policies that support and encourage business growth and economic development are a top-of-mind priority for many Oregonians. These candidate forums are intended to provide an opportunity for members of the business community to ask the candidates from each party what they would do to help support business and economic growth in Oregon.

The Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate forum will take place on Wednesday, April 7 at Portland General Electric’s auditorium located at 121 SW Salmon St, 2WTC in Portland. It will feature Democratic candidates Bill Bradbury (www.bradburyfororegon.com) and John Kitzhaber, (www.johnkitzhaber.com).

The Republican Gubernatorial Candidate forum will take place on Tuesday, April 27 at the Multnomah Athletic Club 1849 SW Salmon St. in Portland. It will feature Republican candidates Allen Alley (www.allenalley.com) and Chris Dudley (www.chrisdudley.com).

Tickets are required for onsite attendees and individual live stream access. Registration is recommended for satellite venues.

The gubernatorial candidate forum will be held prior to the primaries and will be moderated by Laural Porter of KGW News (twitter.com/lauralkgw). Check-in begins at 4:00PM. The program will begin at 4:30 PM and will run to 6:00 PM. Tickets are $20 for members of presenting or supporting organizations and $40 for non-members. We encourage attendees to pre-register online using the link below.

The forums will be streamed live over the web. Individual web stream tickets can be purchased for $10 in advance, but business community members outside of the Portland area may attend a satellite event in their local area at no charge.

For more information about the forums, or to register for either of these events, please go to:

Democratic Candidates Forum: www.sao.org/event/dgp

Republican Candidates Forum: www.sao.org/event/rgp

Follow the discussions on twitter: #pdxGDP & #pdxRGP.

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Tuesday
Apr 19, 2011
Portland Female Executives
Courtyard by Marriott City Center, Portland

Like wine? Enjoy tasting ‘new’ wines? Join PDXfX on April 19th for our "Wine & Social Event" at the Courtyard Marriott.
This event features an evening of mixing and mingling with friends old and new. Establish some new contacts and nurture existing relationships. See what your colleagues are doing and share what you are up to.

Enjoy appetizers, live jazz and learn about 3 local wines while meeting other professionals in our community. General introductions will be made at 6pm.

Plan to attend this fun night as this is one of our rare events that men are welcome!

Admission is $30 for a flight of wine, gourmet cheese and more. Portland Female Executive Members will receive a complimentary glass of wine. Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. And don’t forget about the door prize!
Read who is attending on LinkedIn, Facebook & Twitter. Advance ticket purchases are suggested.

Register Today for the Wine & Social Event! Wine & Social Event Fee

$30.00 if registered by April 17th.
($35.00 if registered after April 17th)
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Wednesday
May 20, 2015
Tech On Tap
CorSource

Hey Tech-On-Tappers (sorry for a lack of better name, I welcome any ideas!)

Next week is our next Tech On Tap event! If you are in tech, in Portland, and want to try some local beers, stop by! An Oregon brewery will donate beers for us all to enjoy.

Please make sure to RSVP through the link above, so we can get a good headcount.

If you have any questions, please contact Denise at [email protected] .

I look forward to seeing you!

Denise

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Saturday
Sep 10, 2016
Portland Mini Maker Fair
OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry)

Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning.

Operating in and around the OMSI complex, Portland's Mini Maker Fair 2016 is expected to draw around 20,000 visitors over this 2 day extravaganza of creativity and making. With a wide range of local makers, presentations, workshops, activities and vendors, there's literally something here for everyone. From textiles to sculpture, 3d printing to bee keeping, steampunk hovercraft to supersonic ping-pong balls, you never know what you'll find as you explore Portland's Mini maker Faire 2016.

Getting Tickets Tickets to the 2016 Portland Mini Maker Faire will include the north parking lot and the museum.

Tickets on sale now!

One-Day Passes: $15 Adults, $10 Youth 3-13 and Seniors 63+ Two-Day Passes: $25 Adults, $15 Youth 3-13 and Seniors 63+ OMSI Members get 50% off all tickets

Food & Drink A food cart pod will be serving up local food and flavor, with Full Sail beer, Union Wine Co. wine, and Reverend Nat's hard cider available at the bar. OMSI's restaurant, Theory, will also be open with wood-fire pizza, salads, sandwiches, and Salt & Straw ice cream.

Participating Food Carts:

50 Licks Altengartz Aybla Grill Hungry Heart Moberi Smoothies Nineteen27 S'mores PDX Sliders Right Bayou So Cold Sweet Day Tamale Boy Taqueria la Merced Cash and credit cards will be accepted at the bar, but some food carts are cash-only so please plan accordingly. An ATM is available inside the museum.

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Sunday
Sep 11, 2016
Portland Mini Maker Fair
OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry)

Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning.

Operating in and around the OMSI complex, Portland's Mini Maker Fair 2016 is expected to draw around 20,000 visitors over this 2 day extravaganza of creativity and making. With a wide range of local makers, presentations, workshops, activities and vendors, there's literally something here for everyone. From textiles to sculpture, 3d printing to bee keeping, steampunk hovercraft to supersonic ping-pong balls, you never know what you'll find as you explore Portland's Mini maker Faire 2016.

Getting Tickets Tickets to the 2016 Portland Mini Maker Faire will include the north parking lot and the museum.

Tickets on sale now!

One-Day Passes: $15 Adults, $10 Youth 3-13 and Seniors 63+ Two-Day Passes: $25 Adults, $15 Youth 3-13 and Seniors 63+ OMSI Members get 50% off all tickets

Food & Drink A food cart pod will be serving up local food and flavor, with Full Sail beer, Union Wine Co. wine, and Reverend Nat's hard cider available at the bar. OMSI's restaurant, Theory, will also be open with wood-fire pizza, salads, sandwiches, and Salt & Straw ice cream.

Participating Food Carts:

50 Licks Altengartz Aybla Grill Hungry Heart Moberi Smoothies Nineteen27 S'mores PDX Sliders Right Bayou So Cold Sweet Day Tamale Boy Taqueria la Merced Cash and credit cards will be accepted at the bar, but some food carts are cash-only so please plan accordingly. An ATM is available inside the museum.

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Monday
Sep 18
Marketing Loves Sales
through The Leftbank Annex

Marketing Loves Sales is the only event where marketers can focus entirely on generating, developing, and closing marketing-led opportunities. Generate more revenue, refocus on sales, and learn from other B2B marketers. The two-day event, hosted at the beautiful Leftbank Annex in downtown Portland, brings together the top B2B marketing minds and thought leaders to share how marketing departments can better coordinate with Sales and drive revenue. Marketing Loves Sales 2017 will focus on Event Marketing, Landing Page Optimization, Sales Development, Programmatic and Social, and Search. Join us in discovering what strategies and tactics most effectively drive revenue.

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