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Pioneer Courthouse Square

701 Sw 6th Ave
Portland, OR 97204, US (map)
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  • Tuesday
    Sep 27 2016
    On Demand Day: FREE Blue Lemonade Delivered to You

    Tuesday September 27th, you’ll have access to on-demand blue lemonade delivered to you anywhere on Pioneer Square! All you have to do is click the “blue lemonade” button on our app, and we’ll be on our way in less than 15 minutes! We’ll be in the middle of Pioneer Square for more information!

    COST: FREE This includes: FREE blue lemonade FREE delivery Free smiles

    EASY AND SIMPLE: 1. Download our app 2. Make an appointment 3. Select blue lemonade

    Hours of Operations: 11 am to 2 pm (September 27th) Once you have completed your request we’ll send you a text to let you know we’re on our way. Yes, its that easy

    Ebernade #BLUED #BLUEDbyEbernade

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  • Thursday
    Aug 12 2010
    Portland Java User Group: High-Tech Block Party at Pioneer Courthouse Square

    This month's topic: High-Tech Block Party!

    Java developers, architects, programmers, and enthusiasts: get ready for a real adrenaline rush. The Java Road Trip: Code to Coast tour is visiting 20 cities across the United States showcasing Oracle's commitment to everything Java. Heading up the tour are key Java technologists from Oracle, who will be demonstrating the latest Java software, engaging with Java User Group (JUG) members, and meeting with enterprise developers and consumers.

    The event will be hosted from 6-9pm at Pioneer Courthouse Square

    701 SW 6th Avenue (bordered by SW Yamhill, SW Morrison and SW Broadway) Portland, OR 97205.

    This high-tech block party on wheels is your chance to share the spirit of innovation that is the essence of Java.


    Speaker: Brent Christian

    Brent Christian, a Senior Member of Technical Staff with Oracle, will be doing technology demos for the Portland event. In his 10+ years with Sun, he worked on Client Java technologies which included the AWT and Swing toolkits, as well measuring, analyzing, and improving client performance. He has spent the last few years on the JavaFX graphics team, focusing on the animation system along with performance benchmarking and analysis.


    This will be quite different from the typical PJUG meeting, so who knows what to expect? :)

    http://twitter.com/pjug http://pjug.org/ (to join our mailing list, see the links on the website)

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  • Java Code to Coast event in Pioneer Courthouse Square

    Java Code to Coast event in Portland Oregon

    Free

    THURSDAY August 12th 6-9pm

    Java developers, architects, programmers, and enthusiasts: get ready for a real adrenaline rush. The Java Road Trip: Code to Coast tour is visiting 20 cities across the United States showcasing Oracle's commitment to everything Java. Heading up the tour are key Java technologists from Oracle, who will be demonstrating the latest Java software, engaging with Java User Group (JUG)members, and meeting with enterprise developers and consumers.

    The event will be hosted from 6-9pm at Pioneer Courthouse Square

    701 SW 6th Avenue (bordered by SW Yamhill, SW Morrison and SW Broadway) Portland, OR 97205.

    This high-tech block party on wheels is your chance to share the spirit of innovation that is the essence of Java.

    Speaker: Brent Christian

    Brent Christian, a Senior Member of Technical Staff with Oracle, will be doing technology demos for the Portland event. In his 10+ years with Sun, he worked on Client Java technologies which included the AWT and Swing toolkits, as well measuring, analyzing, and improving client performance. He has spent the last few years on the JavaFX graphics team, focusing on the animation system along with performance benchmarking and analysis. Location: The event will be hosted from 6-9pm at Pioneer Courthouse Square

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  • Wednesday
    Mar 11 2009
    KGW Newschannel 8's "The Square Live @7" Tweetup

    Join The Square anchor Stephanie Stricklen (@StephStricklen) and show producer Aaron Weiss (@TheSquare) for an in-person tweetup and look at the new KGW HD studios at Pioneer Courthouse Square. For details, follow @TheSquare on Twitter or visit the show blog

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  • Wednesday
    Jan 14 2009
    Lunch 2.0 Party Train to OTBC

    All Aboard! We're going to par-tay all the way down to the OTBC for Lunch 2.0.

    Here's the scoop: Meet up at Pioneer Square MAX stop and catch the Blue Line MAX at 11:27. It will arrive just a few feet from the OTBC at 11:50. We'll all be in the rear MAX car cuz that's how we roll.

    Don't forget to RSVP for Lunch 2.0 http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/1148458/

    Chuga Chuga Choo! Choo!

  • Wednesday
    Dec 3 2008
    Holiday Ale Fest
    through
    Pioneer Courthouse Square

    Cost: $20 for 10 tasting tickets and souvenir mug.

    The winter season holds many gifts for beer lovers in the form of big, bold ales designed to fend off the cold chill of a long winter's night. Each year, the Holiday Ale Festival annually gathers up dozens of these winter warmers for a joyous five-day celebration. As a result, this quintessential Portland event has earned a reputation as the premier winter beer tasting venue on the West Coast.

    Held in the heart of downtown Portland, the Holiday Ale Festival keeps attendees warm and dry under a large clear top tent that covers Pioneer Courthouse Square while allowing for views of the city lights. Gas heaters create a cozy ambience under the boughs of one of the region's largest decorated Christmas trees.

    More than 40 potent winter ales are featured at this year's event, all of which are created specifically to bring warmth and cheer to the holiday season. These aren't beers you'll find in the supermarket - our brewers have put together special recipes just for the Holiday Ale Festival. From Belgians and Barleywines to Porters and Stouts, these beers are rich, robust and full of complex flavors.

    Come hoist a pint and toast to the spirits of the season. We look forward to seeing you at the Holiday Ale Festival...Cheers!

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  • Monday
    Sep 22 2008
    One Web Day

    OneWebDay is an Earth Day for the internet. The idea behind OneWebDay is to focus attention on a key internet value (this year, online participation in democracy), focus attention on local internet concerns (connectivity, censorship, individual skills), and create a global constituency that cares about protecting and defending the internet. So, think of OneWebDay as an environmental movement for the Internet ecosystem. It’s a platform for people to educate and activate others about issues that are important for the Internet’s future.

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  • Thursday
    Aug 7 2008
    Dirty Martini

    Dirty Martini features Stephanie Schneiderman, Lea Krueger, McKinley, and Lara Michell.

  • Wednesday
    Jul 23 2008
    Free Root Beer Floats in Pioneer Courthouse Square

    Free Root Beer Floats!
    July 23rd
    11:00am – 4:00pm

    Thomas Kemper Soda Co. will return to the Square this year for an afternoon of Thomas Kemper Root Beer and Soda float samples. Be sure to stop by the Square for your free afternoon treat!

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  • Saturday
    Jun 21 2008
    Starbucks Surprise & Delight

    The Starbucks Chill Patrol Van will be at the Square giving away free samples of new Starbucks seasonal beverages! Be sure to visit the Square for your free refreshing treat!

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