Portland Saturday Market | Waterfront Park | Ankeny Plaza
Market Hours: Saturdays 10am - 5pm, Sundays 11am - 4:30pm
Portland Saturday Market Mission Statement: “The mission of the Portland Saturday Market is to provide an environment that encourages the economic and artistic growth of emerging and accomplished artisans. Central to this mission shall be to operate a marketplace. That marketplace, and other market programs, shall honor craftsmanship, design innovation, marketing ethics, and authenticity of product.”
Oct 1 – Nov 3 | Fiddler on the Roof | Portland Center Stage
Winner of nine Tony Awards and with a record-setting Broadway run, Fiddler has become an American classic. Tevye, the loquacious father of five daughters, fights to maintain his family and their traditions while outside influences encroach upon their lives. He must cope both with his strong-willed daughters - as each one's choice of husband moves further from tradition - and with the edict of a tyrannical and unjust Tsar.
Performance times: Tuesday - Sunday evenings at 7:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m., Thursday matinees at noon
Nov 2–3 | Coffee Fair | World Forestry Center
Join us as we celebrate the world's most popular drink!
Fuel your caffeine addiction with Coffee Fair, a special event dedicated to espresso, lattes, and the plain ol' Cup O' Joe. Smell, taste, and learn about specialty coffees from knowledgeable local roasters.
Nov 8–17 | NW Filmmaker’s Festival | Portland Art Museum
The NW’s premiere showcase of new work by regional filmmakers.
The Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival—for 38 years called the Northwest Film & Video Festival—brings artists and audiences together for a singular community celebration. Each year the Festival draws more than 400 entries from filmmakers in Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, presenting to the public carefully selected programs of outstanding work and awarding critical recognition to top juror- and audience-recognized films. After the Festival, the event lives on in the form of the “Best of the Northwest” touring program, presented at key cultural and educational organizations across the Northwest.
Nov 16 | Michael Bublé
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter
Grammy Award-winner Michael Bublé is coming to ROSE GARDEN for one night only on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16.
Nov 16–Dec 22 | Twist Your Dickens | Portland Center Stage
A complete send-up of the holiday classic...
Fully festooned with the improvisational genius behind the legendary comedy troupe The Second City. Scrooge, Tiny Tim and those know-it-all ghosts find themselves hopelessly mixed up in zany holiday sketches with anachronistic characters, uproarious improv and an ever-changing stable of drop-in local celebrity guests.
Nov 24 | Trans-Siberian Orchestra | Moda Center
Each year's show gets bigger, better and more spectacular!
Trans-Siberian Orchestra will celebrate their first 15 years of touring with an encore and final performance of their multi-platinum rock opera, "The Lost Christmas Eve."
Nov 29–Jan 5 | Zoolights | Oregon Zoo
Celebrate the holiday season amid the sparkling lights.
Every holiday season, the Oregon Zoo transforms into a sparkling wonderland of more than a million LED lights. ZooLights is bigger than ever this year, with an immersive, continuous loop drawing visitors through the zoo to discover new features like the tunnels of light near the Africa Rainforest.
Nov 29 | Tree Lighting Ceremony | Pioneer Courthouse Sq.
Be Merry at the Square!
On the busiest shopping day of the year, the day after Thanksgiving, thousands of Portlanders will gather at the Square to celebrate the official start of the season by lighting the City’s spectacular 75ft Douglas-fir tree provided by Stimson Lumber Company. This year’s event will feature a holiday sing-a-long featuring Thomas Lauderdale with members of Pink Martini, “Oregon’s Own” 234th Army Band, the Pacific Youth Choir and many more.