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Aug 10, 2013
Trek in The Park Portland Instagram group Potluck
Cathedral Park

Bring a dish or beverage to the Portland Instagram Groups summer potluck and watch the Trek in the Park Play: The Trouble with Tribbles. Totally free in the always photogenic Cathedral Park.

Mar 15, 2014
Play Matters - ElbowFish Launch Party
Guardian Games

Play Matters!

Elbowfish: A Portland Games Studio Invites You To Our Launch Party

Saturday, March 15, 7:00pm - 10:00pm+ Guardian Games, 345 SE Taylor St, Portland Open to the public • All ages • Children welcome

CELEBRATE the retail release of Antimatter Matters: A Quantum Physics Board Game (Really!)

PLAY the game critics call “The perfect recipe for a fun-filled, nerdy evening" PLAYTEST our new games in development ENJOY Music, Dancing, Food and Fun

MEET our talented designers & artists: Game Designer: Leana Galiel Game Artists: Thomas Conrad Rigby, Noah Patrick Pfarr & Liz Lundblade Producer: David Galiel • And Scott Isler, creator of Antimatter Matters

MUSIC by: Olivia & René
Parzival - Special Guest from Seattle
And, closing out the night: DJ Mr. Moo!

Special Thanks to Angel May & the wonderful folks at Guardian Games

Got questions? We've got answers! What is Playtesting? Playing a prototype of a new game, to help the designers improve it. Is this really all ages? Can I really bring my 8 year old? Yes, really! We encourage attendees to bring their children! What if I'm not a geek or into science? Will I still have fun? Antimatter Matters is an easy game to learn, thecombines elements of chance and strategy, it can be played in competitive, team-based or cooperative modes, and it requires exactly zero prior knowledge of quantum physics.

For more info contact: [email protected]

Feb 13, 2013
PDXScala Meeting
Janrain Headquarters

Come join other Scala fans, whether you're a seasoned oldtimer or complete beginner. We'll have open discussions and a variety of presentations and examples. If you have topics you're interested in hearing more about or something you'd like to give a presentation on, please let us know! Also, feel free to bring code you'd like to show off or get input on from the rest of the group!

This month we'll have talks on Spray, iteratees as implemented in Play and the new SIP-15 value classes.

May 20, 2011
Debut of first kid-created digital puppet play made in Luz (FOSS Ruby+OpenGL interactive motion graphics editor)
Sunnyside United Methodist Church

A culmination of several months of work/fun, this unique and entertaining play features kid-created hand-drawn and computer-animated graphics with live dialog written by the kids of The Roost.

The play begins around 6 to 6:30 and delicious homecooked middle eastern food will be available for $5 donation.

6pm / Free or $5 for food Sunnyside United Methodist Church 3520 SE Yamhill St