Calendar Listing for Oregon and Southwest Washington
(Updated Regularly)

Tour de Lab
Sunday, September 1

Get ready to ride your bike with thousands of other whimsical, pooch-loving people in support of DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital.  You can register for any of their two options: the Big Dog 42-Mile or Puppy Dog 19-Mile that are routes within the Portland metro area...MORE   

Dropbox Derby
Monday, September 2

This is an annual design/build challenge using salvaged materials to raise money for a good cause.  If you love Iron Chef for the creativity and competition, you are a DIY fanatic, a design junky, or a fan of Portland's quirky, innovative, and unique talent, then grab your friends and family and head down to the east waterfront on Labor Day for the Annual Dropbox Derby...MORE   

Roy Webster Cross-Channel Swim
Monday, September 2

At dawn on Labor Day each year, a large group of hearty souls jumps in the mighty Columbia River and swims the 1.1-mile stretch across to the Port of Cascade Locks. The Roy Webster Cross-Channel Swim, attracting hundreds of participants from around the world. On the day of the swim, participants board the famous Sternwheeler paddleboat on the south shore of the Columbia at the Sternwheeler dock in Cascade Locks, OR, and are ferried across the river to the Washington shore. When signaled, swimmers jump off the Sternwheeler into the “refreshing” Columbia and head back for Cascade Locks. To help them find their way, a special swim lane lined with volunteers in sailboats, kayaks and paddleboards are there to guide, encourage, and protect swimmers as they cross the channel. This popular event fills up quickly, so be sure to register early!  This is NOT a race...MORE 

Spinning Yarns: 
Storytelling and Fiber Arts at Singing Creek Educational Center
Wednesday, September 4

Join us for a wonderful evening of pioneer stories told by Karen Haas, a remarkable storyteller also know as "Many Voices".  Then we will make needle felted figures, and you can try the loom and the drop spindle.  Supplies and instructions provided.  Location is the historic Snapp House at 360 S. River Road in Cottage Grove.  Pre-registration is required; pay with Paypal.  Cost: $10 per participant.  Ages 8 and up only.  SCEC is a 501 c(3) non profit bringing history to life for children and adults...MORE 

North Bank Beer Week
September 5 - 14
(Southwest Washington)

Northbank Beer Week is a celebration of Southwest Washington Beer! From North Jetty Brewing at the mouth of the Columbia to Dwinell Country Ales upstream in Goldendale, WA & Loowit Brewing at the Interstate Bridge Crossing to Dick’s Brewing Co. in the shadow of Mount St. Helens.  The festivities begin on September 5th at their annual Kick-Off  Celebration at 3Peaks Public House in Ridgefield...MORE 

Tacos, Tequila & Cervezas
September 6 - 7
(Southwest Washington) 

A first time event, it's a celebration of Latino foods, beverages and entertainment...MORE

Hells Canyon Mule Day
September 6 - 8

From its humble beginnings in 1981 it has progressed steadily and is the fastest growing Mule Show in the Northwest. This annual event draws mule and donkey owners, and spectators intrigued by this long-eared equine, from all over the West. In 2010 Hells Canyon Mule Days was selected, for the fifth consecutive year, by American Cowboy Magazine as one of the 101 Great Western Events. Also, in part of this historical event, in 2008 First Lady Laura Bush awarded the city of Enterprise a Preserve American Community Award...MORE

Oregon Brews & BBQs
September 6 - 8

Oregon Brews and BBQ is all about Great Food, Great Regional Brews, & A Whole Lot of FUN!!  Located in the heart of McMinnville they'll have over 18,000 square feet of tent space, 40+ taps serving craft beer from 25+ breweries for your enjoyment throughout the weekend, delicious barbecue and other food delights, as well as live music.  It is a time to get together and have a good time...MORE 

Sisters Folk Festival
September 6 - 8

The Sisters Folk Festival is a three-day celebration of roots music, from blues to bluegrass, held September 6, 7 & 8 in beautiful Sisters, Oregon.  The festival hosts eleven stages throughout the downtown area, including a 900-seat venue at the Village Green Park in downtown Sisters, and 1100 seats at Sisters Art Works.  FREE parking (including handicap-accessible parking) is available near all the venues and a FREE shuttle runs continuously all weekend...MORE

Care to Dance?
Saturday, September 7

Have fun and raise funds at the 4th annual "Care to Dance" event for local community based not-for-profit hospice, Care Partners!  This FREE event will feature DJ Dave Ott of Born2Dance Productions playing Swing, Salsa, Tango and other danceable music from 4 - 6 p.m., while Dance instructor Cynthia Hively of Impressions Dance Club teaches dance lessons. Everyone's favorite - NoPo Big Band will play classic danceable tunes from 6 - 8 p.m.  Bring your friends and family for a night of music, dancing and making fun memories!...MORE 

Downtown Tigard Street Fair & Latino Festival
Saturday, September 7

Bring the family for a fiesta style party to enjoy lots of vendors, a variety of performances on the Main Stage, Latino enertainment, arts & crafts, food and drink...MORE 

Antiques in the Streets and Classic Car Show
Saturday, September 7

Antiques Dealers from all over the NW and over 125 classic cars will line the streets of historic downtown Albany.  Find great deals at Albany Antique Mall and Cronies Antiques sidewalk sales.  While you're downtown you can also visit the Farmer's Market, Historic Carousel, and all the fabulous specialty shops.  Lunch will be a tough choice with over 10 amazing restaurants to choose from.  Everything is within walking distance.  Brand new streets, sidewalks and trees!...MORE

Brookings Oregon Monarch City USA Festival
Saturday, September 7

Monarch butterflies migrate through Brookings every year.  This event is a celebration of the monarch butterfly’s amazing annual migration, as well as a promotion of Brookings as a Monarch City, USA – the first in Oregon and only the fifth in the nation.  There will be a live butterfly release, science exhibits, educational activities, crafts, costume parades, and prizes for the kids.  Leashed pets are welcome...MORE 

Carlton Crush Harvest Festival
Saturday, September 7

Now celebrating its eighth year, this full-day celebration features a Team Grape Stomp Competition, Kids' Watermelon Eating Contest & Kids' Grape Stomp Competition, live music, car show, and an Artists' Market, with many unique craft merchants.  Enjoy terrific Festival food from a variety of providers, and (of course!) sample a large selection of fine wines and craft beers from wineries and breweries throughout the area.  There is no admission fee and plenty of free parking throughout downtown Carlton.  To consume alcoholic beverages, adults must purchase a Carlton Crush logo glass...MORE

Catio Tour
Saturday, September 7

The Catio Tour, held annually in September, is designed to educate our community about how outdoor cat enclosures keep pet cats and wildlife safer.  We hope to inspire people to build one for their cats.  Catios offer pet cats healthy exercise time as well as safety from outdoor hazards like cars, predators and poisons...MORE  

Downtown Tigard Street Fair & Latino Festival
Saturday, September 7

Bring the family for a fiesta style party to enjoy lots of vendors, a variety of performances on the Main Stage, Latino enertainment, arts & crafts, food and drink...MORE 

Ridgefield Multicultural Festival
Saturay, September 7
(Southwest Washington)

Saturday, September 7th is the second Ridgefield Multicultural Festival! Spend the day in downtown Ridgefield where we will showcase Ridgefield’s traditional heritage and rich cultural diversity. We will introduce visitors to cultures from around the world through live music, dance performances, storytelling, sporting events, kids activities and a wide range of ethnic vendors! The festival begins at 9 a.m. in Overlook Park and continues throughout the day with activities all around downtown Ridgefield!...MORE

Taste of Latinoamerica
Saturday, September 7

Join along for the fifth annual Taste of Latinoamérica.  Support more than 25 Latinx Empresarios while taking part in the food, drinks, and cultural activities from across Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean Islands.  Enjoy a day out full of live music, dancing, art, kids' activities, an open air bar, and more!...MORE

Banner Bank PBR Classic
September 9 - 10

Welcome to Professional Bull Riding…the toughest sport on dirt.  The rules are simple. Place a wiry 150-pound cowboy on the back of a hulking, snorting temperamental 2,000 pound bull and see if he can ride the beast for an eternal eight seconds…with one hand strapped to the bull’s massive backside.  Professional bull riding is a fierce, rough, and grueling sport with roots deeply imbedded in American culture.  It’s America’s original extreme sport.  The PBR has evolved into a captivating and adrenaline charged sporting event that features an all star cast of the greatest bull riders and bucking bulls in the world...MORE

Pendleton Round-Up
September 11 - 14

While the rodeo is the heart of the Round-Up week, the Round-Up refers to all of the excitement that draws thousands to Pendleton in the second full week in September each year.  Pendleton’s Main Street is closed to motorized traffic and becomes a carnival grounds with vendors and live music throughout the week. Whether it’s the Happy Canyon Night Show Pageant, the Indian Pow-Wows and vendor booths, the Westward-Ho! Parade or the nightly shows on Main Street, the whole town transforms into a fun-filled festival with something for everyone...MORE 

Feast Portland
September 12 - 15

Feast Portland is more than a food and drink festival.  It’s a movement that celebrates the diverse food and beverage community in Portland and around the world.  Feast represents Oregon the incubator: a place where chefs, restaurateurs and entrepreneurs redefine what it means to be a leader in the 21st Century; a think tank where conversations about mindfulness, balance and leadership in food and beverage intersect; and a platform to showcase the most inspiring ideas and personalities from our city, our region, our country and worldwide. Through expansive one-of-a-kind large-scale events, intimate hands-on classes and collaborative dinners and thought-provoking panels, Feast has welcomed guests from around the globe and donated more than $450,000 to hunger relief charities helping to fight hunger in Oregon...MORE 

Mount Angel Oktoberfest
September 12 - 15

Oktoberfest in Mt. Angel is a celebration of the harvest in German style.  Besides great music, food and beer, you can also enjoy a variety of other activities, like a May Pole dance, Pedal tractor Race, Weiner Races, car show, golf tournament, and Volkswalk...MORE

8th Annual Newberg Oktoberfest
September 13 - 14

Enjoy local brews, savory eats, live music, and family fun!  The 8th Annual Newberg Oktoberfest is a fundraiser to support the Newberg Rotary Club's Projects!  Friday, Sept. 13th, 4 - 10 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 14th, 12 - 10 p.m. at the Chehalem Cultural Center in Newberg.  Ages 21+ just $10 entry, $5 per Drink Token.  Under 21 is FREE with paying adult.  Enjoy a casual and comfy bike ride followed by the famous wiener dog races or live music and the bier garden!  Newberg's Oktoberfest has something for everyone!...MORE

3rd Annual Peninsula Rhythm & Blues Festival
September 13 - 14

The 3rd Annual Peninsula R&B Festival will commence on September 13 & 14 at the Port of Peninsula in Nahcotta, Washington, on the shores of Willapa Bay.  At 5:30 p.m. on Friday, the festival kicks off with THE HARP ATTACK!! with Franco Paletta, Kim Field, and Cliff Ashmon, followed by North Coast Blues and finally, the fabulous Ty Curtis.  Saturday begins at 1 p.m. with Kris Deelane, the Bayou Boyz, Norman Sylvester, and in his only west Coast appearance this year, Matt Schofield...MORE

Bandon Cranberry Festival
September 13 - 15

The festival celebrates local cranberry farming with entertainment for everyone – live music and performing arts, classic cars and farm equipment, carnival rides, sports, shopping, dining, and contests.  Farmers and artisans strut their stuff at Cranberry City and the Festival Market.  Live music, from rock ‘n’ roll to classic country, will keep you hummin’ all weekend...MORE 

2019 Cannon Beach Cottage Tour
September 13 - 15

Don't miss the 2019 Cannon Beach Cottage Tour.  This weekend-long series of events is a fundraiser for Cannon Beach's only museum.  The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum has opened the doors to beach dream homes, vintage cottages, and historic houses for sixteen years.  The tour has received accolades from Oregon Home Magazine, Sunset Magazine, The Oregonian, Seattle Times, Oregon Coast Magazine, among others...MORE 

Play Fair
September 13 - 15

A Celebration of Play and Entertainment for All Ages, Play Fair brings new and beloved toy and pop culture brands together under one roof for an interactive and fun-filled live event open to families, fans, and media!...MORE 

Rose City Comic Con
September 13 - 15

Portland’s premier pop-culture event, Rose City Comic Con, is produced locally with a focus on creating a fun and friendly event for everyone!  While their primary focus is that of comics, comic creators, and the creative process, it also provides the attendees with access to gaming, sci-fi, cosplay, anime, fantasy, and everything in between...MORE

Oregon State Capitol: Hispanic Heritage Day
Saturday, September 14

You are invited to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Day at the Capitol on Saturday, September 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  There will be live performances of dance and music, family-friendly activities and demonstrations.  The event is FREE and open to the public, it will take place rain or shine and will be inside the Capitol building at 900 Court Street NE, Salem...MORE

El Grito Fiestas Patrias
September 14 - 15

El Grito Fiestas Patrias celebrates the independence of Mexico and other Latin American countries from Spain.  As the Mexican President presents the nation’s traditional El Grito in Mexico City, so too will Portland commemorates Mexico’s independence at the Rose Quarter Commons.  In addition to folkloric and Aztec dancers, live Mariachi, salsa, cumbia, and pop music, there will also be traditional food and beverages, community booths with interactive and educational materials, and the Mexican tradition known as El Grito de Independencia...MORE

Fall Antiques & Vintage Sale,
Medford Armory Benefitting DOGS for better LIVES
September 14 - 15

The Fall Medford Armory Antiques & Vintage Sale Benefitting DOGS for better LIVES takes place indoors Saturday, September 14 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, September 15 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  $6.00 admission with FREE return and FREE parking.  Fabulous selection of antiques and collectibles, dealers from five states plus quilt displays, antique appraisals and doll restoration...MORE 

Shrewsbury Renaissance Fair
September 14 - 15

 Come be Blythe and Merry at the 24th annual Shrewsbury Renaissance Faire September 14th and 15th between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. in beautiful Kings Valley, OR.  Be sure to cool off in Friar Tuck's Forest and enjoy the shaded VIP seating at the joust at noon and 4 p.m. each day...MORE

En Plein Art Competition & Exhibit
September 14 - 18

The Josephy Center for Arts and Culture will host a Plein Air painting competition and exhibit September 14 - 18 as part of the Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts.  A reception to celebrate the opening of the exhibit will be held on September 15 from 6 - 8 p.m. Approximately twelve En Plein Air artists will bring their paintings that they’ve created over the last two days to the Josephy Center, located at 403 N. Main St. in Joseph at 3 p.m. for the “Quick Finish”, framing and hanging of their pieces. The “Quick Finish” kicks off the Joseph Art Walk.  Visitors can peruse all the Joseph galleries and enter the drawing for Tom Clevenger’s beautiful wood-segmented vase...MORE 

Ride the Rim Crater Lake
September 14 - 21

Want to ride one in one of the most beautiful and toughest rides in Oregon?  Actually, want to ride one of the most beautiful rides in the world?  If you said yes, then know we’re applauding, but also freaking out a little for you – Ride the Rim Crater Lake isn’t for the weak hearted.  There’s a reason we caution participants to know what the route involves before committing to the challenge.  But, if you’ve got the gall and the wattage to crank up some equally gorgeous and steep, long climbs, then Ride the Rim Crater Lake is also a heck of a lot of fun and a great way to experience Crater Lake National Park first hand...MORE

Oregon International Air Show
September 20 - 22

The Oregon International Air Show is a high-flying event featuring fighter jets and stunt planes.  Besides aerial performances, they'll also have static displays.  This is the Northwest's finest aviation event to honor the past while inspiring the future...MORE

5th Annual Pacific Women's Herbal Conference
September 20 - 22
(Coastal Washington) 

Over 40 Workshops & Herb Walks

A Lively MarketPlace

Engaging Social Activities

400 Acre Forest Reserve 

1.5 miles of beach on the Salish Sea

An inter-generational, nourishing, engaging, integrated weekend with women

exploring health, place and the mysteries of life!

Come Outside and Play!...MORE

Cruz the Coos
Saturday, September 21

Cruz the Coos is one of the longest-running and largest classic car cruises on the Oregon Coast.  It has been a major draw to the Bay Area Fun Festival for nearly 25 years.  The cruise runs through the streets of downtown Coos Bay and is enjoyed by thousands of spectators.  The Cruz the Coos is limited to 500 vehicles, and must be 1979 and older...MORE

The 13th Annual Great Salt Lick
Saturday, September 21

The 13th annual and highly unusual salt lick auction will be held this  year at Churchill School Art Center in Baker City on Sept. 21.  It's an auction, benefit and contest and all proceeds go to OHSU Parkinson's Center of Oregon to fight Parkinson's Disease.  Ranchers and contestants bring in their best-found animal-licked sculpted salt lick.  The town's merchants ante in $100 each making up the prize money given to entrants.  The categories and prize money is General 1st $150 2nd place $100 3rd $75 4th $50.  Best general poem with block 1st $100 2nd $75 best expose yourself to salt lick poem without block is $100 for 1st and 2nd is $75.  Best Forgery 1st $100 2nd $75 and Peoples's choice  $100.  This year's theme is "Expose Yourself to Salt Lick".  The blocks are auctioned off, some for four figures...MORE 

Historic Homes Walking Tour & Reception
Saturday, September 21

Join us for a wonderful walking tour of the historic homes in the East Skinner Butte neighborhood, concluded with a special wine reception at the beautiful historic Pironi house.  Doug and Sherrill, the owners, love to entertain and will delight you with true stories about their house and property.  Hear about the latest developments and upcoming projects from both organizations putting on this event: the Lane County History Museum and the Singing Creek Educational Center...MORE 

Hood River Hops Fest
Saturday, September 21

The Hood River Hops Fest is an annual celebration of beer’s bitter friend, freshly harvested hops. Hood River County is surrounded by world-renowned hop growing regions, and since 2003 brewers have gathered each September in downtown Hood River to share their fresh-hop beer creations. The family-friendly event features more than 40 breweries with more than 60 fresh-hop beers, plus a variety of food vendors, live music, and an awesome collectable mug...MORE

River Lantern Lighting
Saturday, September 21

Join along for a river lantern lighting to celebrate love, life, happiness and great memories!  The River Lantern Lighting brings together individuals from all ages, backgrounds, and walks of life to join in one memorable night.  Each ticket provides entry into the festival area and comes with: Floating lantern, marker, one FREE beer or cider, and FREE snacks.  There will also be food trucks there for meals to purchase...MORE

Shorty's Wiesn: Oktoberfest Celebration
Saturday, September 21
(Southwest Washington)

Shorty’s Oktoberfest is back – it’s new – it’s different – it’s fun – it’s a traditional German-style Oktoberfest.  “Shorty’s Wiesn” is pronounced /veezn/, meaning meadow and named after the traditional grounds of the Munich Oktoberfest.  Eat a tasty selection of authentic German foods; drink delicious German-style beer in the beergarden; and dance to live music...MORE

Treasures in the Attic
Saturday, September 21

The Yamhill County Historical Society (YCHS) will be presenting “Treasures in the Attic” Quilt Show, Appraisal Faire & Vintage Market on Saturday, September 21 at the Yamhill Valley Heritage Center, 11275 SW Durham Ln., McMinnville, OR 97128, and we would like to invite you to attend!  YCHS is committed to sharing the history and heritage of Yamhill County and beyond, and we are excited to present “Treasures in the Attic” to the public once again!  The day will include:

 - Quilt show with 150+ new and antique quilts from the Yamhill County Historical Society collection, and Gone to Pieces, Coastal Hills, and Piecemakers quilting groups

 - Special Crazy Quilt display

 - Appraisal Faire with oral evaluations by local experts

 - Vendors

 - Vintage toys, dolls, and musical instruments and novelties on display

 - Quilt Raffle of rustic country style quilt made by Gone to Pieces Quilt Association, value $500, proceeds benefitting Yamhill County Historical Society

Blacksmith and Sawmill demos

Special presentations:

 - Bed Turning 10:30 - 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. by quilt historian and YCHS member Donna Hulett

 - “19th Century Crazy Quilts” by quilt historian Rachel Greco 12:30 - 2 p.m. (owner of Grandma's Attic in Dallas, Oregon)

 - Music by the Old Time Fiddlers 2 - 4 p.m...MORE

Fall Festival of the Arts
September 21 - 22

Admission is FREE!  The Festival is a great weekend of juried art booths, demonstrations, music, wine, beer and food in Glenn Otto Park by the beautiful Sandy River, located at 1102 E Historic Columbia River Hwy. in Troutdale.  They'll have regional fine artists selected by the jury will be displaying their work for sale, Troutdale galleries, restaurants, shops, and services will be open throughout event, so make a weekend of it!...MORE 

26th Annual Polish Festival
September 21 - 22

Fun for the whole family, it's two festive days of the best Polish food, dance and music.  The Polish festival is an event for families and singles, adults and children, for food connoisseurs, music lovers, concert goers, dance enthusiasts, … It is for everyone.  During the festival, they will have non-stop stage performances, including a few dance groups and music bands, polka contest on Saturday and Sunday, a street dance, delicious Polish food and imported Polish beer.  Admission is FREE...MORE 

Summer Spirits Fest
September 21 - 22

1. Have a drink

2. Catch a show

3. Shop Local

Spirits Fest highlights local distillers who are shaking up Portland’s vibrant scene. 

It is all about meeting the makers of the local crafted spirits and the wonderful concoctions people can create using local spirits. 

Each distiller will have a signature cocktails to tantalize your taste buds.

Tastings are FREE, but you can purchase cocktails and bottles too.

This is a FREE event, entrance with valid 21+ ID.  Summer Spirits Fest is hosted by Portland Saturday Market...MORE

Harvest Century
Sunday, September 22

Cap off your summer bike riding season with the sights, sounds and smells of autumn.  The Harvest Century, benefiting Community Vision, will provide participants with rolling hills, wineries, and routes that have something for every rider. Choose from 25-mile, 45-mile, 75-mile and 100-mile options...MORE 

Beaverton Restaurant Week
September 26 - October 6

Dine local, taste global.  This event is a celebration of Beaverton's independent and diverse restaurants with flavors from around the world - the Westside's food destination!...MORE

BridgeTown Swing
September 26 - 29

Enjoy 4 days of dancing, competitions, and workshops in the Pacific Northwest!  Hosted by the Portland Swing Dance Club, they will have top instructors and DJs from across the continent; Thursday night lesson; night dancing, workshops, intensives, contests, and more...MORE  

Oregon's Alpenfest
September 26 - 29

Beer, bratwurst and a rousing good time! The only Swiss-Bavarian festival in the western U.S will be in a tent at the Wallowa Lake State Park Marina for 2019. You'll enjoy a polka band, free dance lessons, authentic Swiss yodeling, alphorns, accordionists, folk dancers and art, craft and gift shopping. We serve tasty Hines Meat Co, bratwurst and pour four local artisan brews...MORE

Cre8con: The Portland Creative Conference
Friday, September 27

Cre8con, the Portland Creative Conference, is an exploration and celebration of the creative process across all creative industries. We feature keynote presentations by leading creatives who take you inside their creative process, show their work, and talk about their projects, problems, influences and inspirations. Bring your team (discounts available) or just bring yourself–either way you won’t leave the same as you arrived. You’ll be inspired and motivated in new ways, viewing your world with a fresh perspective. The event is a non-profit fundraiser for youth arts education programs in Oregon...MORE 

POP Cats Festival:
Cat, Pop and Art Convention
September 27 - 29

POP Cats is a fun-packed festival fueled by the spirit of cats, pop, and art!  You’ll love the cat playgrounds; artists; music; photo ops; artisans; brands; workshops; influencers; cat adoptions; tattoos; and more!...MORE 

Portland Juggling Festival
September 27 - 29

Fun for all ages.  It's three days of special guests, workshops, vendors, open juggling, and juggling games, plus the Juggling & Vaudeville Extravaganza show.  This year's extra special guest is Wes Peden from Sweden.  He's been voted the most popular juggler in the world for nine times since 2007...MORE  

9th Annual Florence Festival of Books at the Coast
Saturday, September 28

9th Annual Florence Festival of Books, a book fair for authors and publishers held September 28, Florence Events Center (715 Quince), in Florence from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Admission FREE.  Browse among 70+ authors, all genre, and several publishers.  Great opportunity to talk to authors, get books signed, talk one-on-one with publishers, and for holiday shopping...MORE 

TacoFest Vancouver
Saturday, September 28
(Southwest Washington)

Join along for Vancouver's Inaugural TacoFest.  This event was brought out of its love of tacos, tacos, tacos, and beer….and tequila.  The Evergreen School District Foundation are bringing together the best tacos in the Clark County region to showcase the culinary highlights in our area...MORE