MARCH EVENTS
Calendar Listing of Oregon and SW Washington
(Updated Regularly)

Winter Blues Festival
Saturday, March 10

Now in its 7th year, the Winter Music Festival brings a danceable mix of music acts that showcases the region’s best talent and attracts audiences from out of state, while giving back to charity.  Every year the Festival offers some of the best acts that you would usually see on big festival stages across the country, including such artists as Curtis Salgado, Rae Gordon, Lloyd Jones, Bill Rhoades, Cee Cee James, CD Wodbury and Jim Gustin & Truth Jones from California.  This year will be no exception with award winning acts cultivated from the region on two stages: Gabriel Cox, Timothy James & The Portland Revival, Youth Music Project, Johnny Wheels & The Swamp Donkeys, Suburban Slim, Thunder Brothers, and Kris Deelane & The Hurt.  The venue also offers a large dance floor, a full service bar and food menu, limited on-site parking and is across the street from the MAX Orange line.  It will be held on Saturday, March 10.  The musical fun begins at 3 p.m. (doors open at 2:30 p.m.) with raffle and silent auction items to help with the charities at the Elks Lodge #142: 13121 SE. McLoughlin Blvd. in Miwaukie.  Must be 10 or older to attend.  The Winter Blues Festival benefits the Oregon Food Bank & Youth Music Project.  Please bring 6 cans of food to the door.  For more information, visit www.winterbluesfest.net.




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Dine the Couve
October 1 - 31
(Southwest Washington)

During the entire month of October, restaurants from across the city of Vancouver will offer special 3 for $23 menus that showcase what they do best.  That means it can be the traditional three-course meal of an appetizer, entrée, and dessert, or eateries can take a more unique approach by mixing in craft drink pairings, a variety of small plates, and other options.  Feeling ambitious (and hungry)?  This year, 31 restaurants are participating—that's one menu to try each day of the month!...More 

Wild Mushroom Celebration
October 1 - November 15
(Southwest Washington)

Celebrate fabulous fall fungi on the Long Beach Peninsula with the annual Wild Mushroom Celebration‘s series of events honoring the Pacific Northwest's delectable, edible wild mushrooms.  Chefs, innkeepers and foragers take pride in featuring and celebrating this natural treasure through the fall harvest season!...More

Clark County ScareGround's
Haunted House Scream Park
October 5 - November 4
(Southwest Washington)

The Clark County ScareGround's is the Northwest's premier all-ages Halloween event located on the 170-acre Clark County Event Center campus in Ridgefield, WA.  Featuring four Haunted Houses, the Scream Parlor, Midway & Exhibits, photo ops, and ghouls galore!  The ScareGround's is the #1 destination for a scary-good time this October...More 

Columbia River Gorge Quilt Show
October 19 - 20

Come see traditional and contemporary work by quiltmakers living in the Columbia River Gorge.  Special exhibitions by Beyond the Block: Art Quilters of the Gorge and nationally recognized fiber artist Pat Pauly known for her improvisational technique and bold use of color.  Enjoy on-going demonstrations; shop at vendor booths and the popular Quilter's Market, a treasure trove of new and gently used items at bargain prices...More

81st Annual Klamath Basin Potato Festival
October 19 - 20

The 81st Annual Klamath Basin Potato Festival is October 19 - 20 in Merrill, Oregon.  The 'Spud Bowl' is at Lost River High School Friday night.  On Saturday, the Parade begins at 11 a.m., featuring our Potato Festival Queen and Court, high school bands and many others.  Afterward there is a FREE BBQ with BBQ beef and locally grown baked potatoes, exhibits and vendors, arts and crafts, as well as a beer garden featuring several craft brews and live music. This historical community festival is a great experience for all ages...More