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Things to do in Portland this week. Tunes, Films, Beer, Art and More!

Some of the events start on Tuesday, and I didn't want you to miss a thing!~Iris

July 17, 2017

Another list of "Things to do in the Portland Area (and beyond) This Week:"  

Tuesdays at noon through - Aug. 29: Noon Tunes Summer Concert Series in Pioneer Courthouse Square on Tuesdays.  Free.

Tuesdays July 18 - Aug. 29 (6:30 to 8:30 p.m.)- Newberg Family-friendly Tunes on Tuesday  presents a different band each night and has food and wine vendors outside Chehalem Cultural Center. Free.

Wednesdays through Sept. 6: Music on Main Street next to Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Free. Great local bands and various genres of music. July 19 - Pura Vida Orquestra.

July 20 – 24: SeaDog Nights and Gypsy Carnival.  Calling all pirates and gypsies! Dance, play, compete, entertain, shop, party, and camp at Cheadle Lake Park in Lebanon. Guests are encouraged to wear costumes.

July 18 – 24: Puckerfest at Belmont Station.  50 sour, wild, & funky beers.

July 21 – 23: Stumptown Cluster - Portland Kennel Club Dog Show with specialty breeds on Friday and all breeds on Saturday & Sunday at Portland Expo Center. Free.

July 21 – 23: Tualatin ArtSplash is an art show and sale with live music and kids’ art activities on Saturday at Tualatin Commons. Free.

July 21 - Aug. 18: Flicks on the Bricks shows films at Pioneer Courthouse Square at dusk, preceded by music at 7 p.m. Free. July 21 - Guardians of the Galaxy

July 22: Division/Clinton Street Fair holds a fun parade starting at 10:45 a.m., with arts & crafts booths, live music, food, sidewalk sales, and children’s events. Free.

July 22: The Great West Brew Fest with live country music, a baseball game (Portland Pickles vs. Chico Heat), and a beer at Walker Stadium in Lents Park.

July 22: The Oregon Trail Brew Fest. The First City Celebration has an art fair, food carts, vendors, live music, and a kid zone.

July 22 – 23: The Slavic Festival features art, music, dance, food, soccer, children’s activities, & vendors of Russia, the Ukraine, Serbia, and Armenia at Ventura Park. Free.

July 23: Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways. Walk, bike, or roller-skate on 8 miles of streets when most cars are banned. Nearby parks have activities & music. Free.