A monthly guide to life on the Weﬆside
August 2012 • • • • •
[sub]Urban Living Wetland Walks Summer Concerts Picks for Kids Events Calendar
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CONTENTS The Rhythm and The Flavor ... 6 Make it a first for Beaverton ... 7 The Rhythm and The Flavor. Photo by Michael James Nipper.
Editor: Cindy Dauer Phone: (503) 716-8551 For Advertising Inquiries Contact Kara Volz
Wetland walks ... 8
firstname.lastname@example.org Copy Editor: Ira Jewell On the Cover: Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge Photo by Cindy Dauer Member of the following Chambers of Commerce:
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Monthly music scene ... 10-12
The Moondoggies. Photo by Christopher Nelson.
Cure Kids Jam and Festival ... 14
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Cure Kids Jam and Festival. Photo by Krissy Allori.
Suburban living trends ... 16 Urban living in the suburbs at Orenco Station.
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Former ‘YES’ students
River art on display
Culture is often invisible to the encultured. We sometimes forget that people around the world lead lives very different from ours. To gain a little perspective, some people host international exchange students. One program, NW Services, goes even further by bringing students from predominantly Muslim countries that Americans need and want to understand better. Created by the state department in the wake of September 11, the Youth Exchange and Study Program (YES) is facilitated locally by Pacific University graduate Nicole Nowlin who works with the NW Services PEACE Program. Nicole is placing students and looking for ‘welcome families’ on the Westside for the 2012/13 school year. Contact her for more info: 866-576-3977 or email@example.com.
Heather L. Wells has set out to capture the essence of Oregon rivers through her photography. Whether using her lens to examine riverbanks or the relationship between light and water, Wells has taken pictures of rivers in the Mt. Hood Wilderness, Eagle Creek Wilderness, and the Wilson Metolius River by Heather L. Wells River. This month Wells will display her photography at Summa Real Estate Group in Downtown Hillsboro. A reception for the photographer will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday August 7 at the real estate office on Main Street. Summa will host another event this month, celebrating its two-year anniversary in business. Join the agents for food, music, and entertainment on August 28 during the final Tuesday Marketplace of the year. For more information, visit www.heatherljwellsphotography.com
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Coyote’s Bar and Grill in Hillsboro will host two events to benefit Greenlink Community Development Foundation, a local organization with the goal of helping people facing economic hardships. The community is invited to attend a ‘Cruise In’ classic car event starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday August 18 hosted at the restaurant at 5301 W Baseline Road. Proceeds from the event will go to benefit Greenlink. Then on Saturday August 25, Coyote’s will host a motorcycle poker run with festivities also starting at 11 a.m. For more information about the events, call (503) 260-0449. Garlic has been used around the world for centuries in cuisine, for medicinal purposes, and to ward off evil spirits. This month, you can celebrate locally grown garlic and whatever purposes you use it for at the 15th annual Elephant Garlic Festival in North Plains August 10 -12. With local musicians, food booths serving up garlicky dishes, arts and crafts, a parade, and more, the garlic festival will be held at the Jessie Mays Community Center at 30955 NW Hillcrest in North Plains. Festivities begin Friday at 12 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, visit www.funstinks.com
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Hosts Lisa Bolden, Parker Bolden, and AJ Ramadan pose for the camera while filming in Seattle. Photo by Michael James Nipper.
The crew seeks out colorful, cultural hot beds - like this San Francisco market - in their travels.
They’ve got ‘The Rhythm and The Flavor’ Westside natives who created and star in a stylish “new age” travel reality show hope to get a network gig and continue the pursuit of beats and food By Cindy Dauer It’s like if a hispter from Portlandia went on a road trip with Rick Steves, except fewer pompous scenarios, more spontaneous moments and grit in your teeth. That’s The Rhythm and the Flavor - a “new age” travel show that’s part reality television and part travelogue. At least two full episodes of the web-based project have been released so far, starring hosts and Gaston natives Parker Bolden, his sister Lisa Bolden, and AJ Ramadan. For viewers, the show not only takes them to the places where culture is being shaped, it presents creative content in a highly-stylized production with a killer soundtrack. So far the project has been funded primarily by donations and sponsorships on indiegogo, a fundraising website for independent art and film projects. But the crew - which also includes videographer Mike Nipper and producer Sarah Savier - is hoping to land a bigger sponsor or a network deal. As of recently, the group has explored Portland, Seattle, Vancouver BC, and San Francisco, video cam-
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eras in tow. They’ve sought out the sites behind the scenes, attempting to capture the essence of each city. Combing through hours of footage, they splice together a brilliant balance of their personal story and the stories of those they are featuring. Since they started the project in December 2011, they’ve traveled some 20,000 miles, split off from their former production company, and started to make a name for themselves on social media. The group behind The Rhythm and the Flavor plans to release episodes three and four - Vancouver BC and San Francisco - soon. The Portland and Seattle episodes can be viewed on the project website. The final cut of each episode is the result of what Parker Bolden calls “gravitational creativity”, where people of like minds are pulled together through their passions and their projects. “We are drawn to people and they are drawn to us,” Parker Bolden explains of how the group finds content for its episodes. He and Ramadan have also used resources
like Craigslist to find underground bands and culture. For friends Parker Bolden and Ramadan, traveling became their calling when they turned their lives upside down in 2010, leaving their studies at Portland Community College, quitting their food service jobs, breaking off emotional engagements, and hitting the road. They took off with a few hundred dollars in their pockets, went to 27 states and seven islands - and came home with a few hundred dollars in their pockets; they got good at traveling and took odd jobs along the way. After doing some on-camera work for a snowboarding event, they decided to enlist Parker’s sister, Lisa Bolden - an aspiring filmmaker - in what originally started as an idea for a travel blog and is now a web-based series. To find out more and watch episodes, check out: www.therhythmandtheflavor.com The team is also seeking donations to continue their pursuit of The Rhythm and The Flavor.
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A first for Beaverton The downtown association takes on First Friday to showcase the historic heart of the city Above: Judy and Daniel Donovan in period dress at the Beaverton Historical Society during a First Friday event.
Above: Artist Linda J. Baker demonstrates her technique for onlookers at Art on Broadway.
Did you know that there is a bakery, quilt store, art gallery, sandwich shop, history center, costume boutique, tea house, half a dozen restaurants and more in Downtown Beaverton? As part of the efforts to revitalize the historic district and get Westsiders reacquainted with all that the area has to offer, the Downtown Beaverton Association initiated a â€œFirst Fridayâ€? event in May that will run each month through October. This month, the event will take place on August 3, featuring busi-
nesses open late and providing entertainment and refreshments in a street fair type style. With some 44 participating businesses, you are bound to see a little bit of everything starting at 5 p.m. and running through 8 p.m. Several venues will feature live music, others theatrical performances. There will be live dance, face painting, henna, juggling, and art demonstrations. For more information about the event and a map of participating businesses, check out BeavertonOregon.gov/firstfriday
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Wetland walks on the Westside The Tualatin River and its feeder creeks meander through the Westside, from origins in the Tillamook State Forest west of Forest Grove to The City of Tualatin where it crosses the county line and flows into the Willamette River near Oregon City. As things heat up this summer, you could head to the coast, or you could turn to the river. There are several great places to walk near river wetlands and see native plants and animals along the way. Check out these sites to get close to the water without having to go too far. Fernhill Wetlands, Forest Grove
Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Beaverton
Phase one of the wetlands improvement project is now underway at the 748-acre property, but you can still enjoy the walking trails and wildlife viewing with few disruptions. Restrooms and a picnic facility were also recently constructed.
While not on the Tualatin River, this park includes wetland areas around Cedar Mill Creek and Beaverton Creek with walking trails and a nature center. Check out the smaller, Beaverton Creek Wetlands on the other side of Milikan Way.
Jackson Bottom Wetlands, Hillsboro
Tualatin River Wildlife Refuge, Sherwood
Walk the trails around this wetland, or check out the Education Center (built in 2003) to learn more about the plants, animals, and ecosystem found there. Bring your camera for the wetlands and your thinking cap for the education center.
Three miles of seasonal trails are open to visitors until October, so now is the time to get a different view of the refuge and wetland area located off Highway 99W. The wildlife center is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Alfresco Outdoor Theatre You may have never heard of the style of theatre called commedia dell’arte, but you would probably recognize some of the antics including slapstick fighting, hat juggling, and period costumes. This month, Masque Alfresco, which performs in the commedia dell’arte style, will bring Goldoni’s Superior Casa Nova to a park near you, for free. Though the play was
originally written in the 18th century, it has been updated with current political jokes, social barbs, and celebrity slams. Catch a performance at Bagley Park in Hillsboro on August 10-12 and on the Beaverton Library Lawn on August 18, 19, 25 and 26. All performances begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.masquealfresco.com
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Miss Massive Snowflake Miss Massive Snowflake started as a family art project and evolved into a band, explains Shane de Leon - the creative force behind what is now a trio. After playing brass with experimental Portland band Rollerball for nearly a decade, de Leon started tinkering with his own music at home. He’d lay acoustic guitar over electronic beats, getting his wife, mother-in-law, daughter, and nephew to sing. Some of the first songs de Leon ever self-recorded were Christmas songs - hence the origin of the project’s name. From there, de Leon went on to record dozens of other progressive pop songs in a series of different releases. He’s taken those songs and toured Europe seven times, playing shows in different countries, getting room and board. In addition to his family, he’s also been joined on tracks by Jeanne Kennedy Crosby on bass and most recently Andy Brown on drums. Since becoming a trio, the band has taken on a more rock-based sound, putting out the album called Like a Book earlier this year. Miss Massive Snowflake has recently played shows in Hillsboro and Astoria. The band will return to Hillsboro on Friday August 24 at Primrose and Tumbleweeds in downtown Hillsboro.
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Dismal Niche Orchestra William Clark wrote many memorable things in his journal while making the famous trek across the country more than 200 years ago. He wrote one of those things while the party was stranded on a steep, rocky bank of the Columbia River during an intense winter storm. He dubbed the spot where they were stuck, “that dismal little niche.” The name stuck, and now the location is part of the National Park System. But that “dismal little niche” inspired more than misery for the Lewis and Clark expedition. It inspired a modernday fusion band that has adopted the dramatic name - Dismal Niche Orchestra. Since forming in 2005, the Hillsborobased band has collected members from around the Metro area and played a number of different shows. The band’s sound includes styles of bluegrass, rock, classical and jazz. This month, The Dismal Niche Orchestra will play a show at 9 p.m. on Friday August 10 at Ballad Town Billiards in Forest Grove. For more information about the band, visit www.dismalnicheorch.com
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Showtime at Shute Showtime at Shute will wrap up its 31st season this year with three final free outdoor concerts in August. Aaron Meyer - concert rock violinist - and Friends will perform on August 2, Patrick Lamb and Band on August 9, and Soul Vaccination on August 16. Concerts start at 7 p.m. but be sure to arrive early for pre-show entertainment. Concerts are open to all ages. For more information, go to www.showtimeatshute.com
All things Americana It’s a celebration of Americana - music, food, artisans, and more, but mostly music. And it’s free. Some 13 bands will perform at the two-day McMenamins Festival of Americana at the Grand Lodge in Forest Grove August 10 and 11, including indie rock band The Features and folky Americana rockers The Moondoggies. Guests can camp out on the lawn for $25 a night. Families are welcome. In addition to the traditional McMenamins food fare and brew, the special festival menu will include items with an Americana twist including spiced watermelon, grilled corn on the cob with garlic butter or cumin-lime butter, peach BBQ chicken skewers with summer slaw, and grilled shrimp with mango glaze over pineapple rice with siracha. The festival will also feature an outdoor movie, showing “A Mighty Wind” along with vendors from Crafty Underdog, a Portland-based group of painters, photographers, potters, jewelers, crafters and more. Campsites are available from Friday to Sunday and can be reserved by calling The Grand Lodge. Bathrooms and showers will be available in the basement of the lodge. The music starts at 6 p.m. on Friday and 12 p.m. on Saturday. Other performers include The Parson Red Heads, Freak Mountain Ramblers, The Shook Twins, Lynn Conover & Gravel, Sassparilla, Water Tower, BBQ Orchestra, and more. For more information about the festival, visit www.mcmenamins.com
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Piano concert at Jenkins Concert pianist Michael Allen Harrison and Friends will perform at the 15th annual Summer Celebration Concert on August 7 at the Jenkins Estate. Gates open at 5 p.m. and tickets are $8 each. Children under 10 are free. Bring a blanket or low beach chairs to enjoy the evening in the historic parkland setting. Bring your own picnic or purchase gourmet foods from Reedville Catering and taste vintages from Oak Knoll Winery. For more information, visit www.thprd.org The Features will play McMenamins Festival of Americana at The Grand Lodge.
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This year everybody is going to get a free snow cone at the Cure Kids Jam and Festival on August 19 at the Hillsboro Stadium. That was Mason Smedley’s wish. Mason, who was diagnosed with Juvenile Myositis at 17 months old, passed away on June 19, 2012. He was ten. The Hillsboro boy was one of approximately 17,000 people in the United States with a form of Juvenile Myositis (JM), an autoimmune disease the cause of which is unknown. Another 1,000 cases are diagnosed each year, according to the Cure JM Foundation. To raise money and help find a cure for JM, the Smedley family has put on the Cure Kids Jam and Festival every year since 2009. Despite the recent loss of their son, this year will be no exception. “Mason just wanted everybody to have fun,” said father Damon Smedley. Since the event started three years ago, the Smedley family has raised more than $200,000 for the Cure JM Foundation. The Cure Kids Jam and Festival features live music, food and vendor booths, face painting, caricature drawing and more, just about everything a kid would want in a festival. Returning to perform this year will be American Idol runner-up Blake Lewis and recording artist Jessica Lerner. Lerner wrote the song, “Hey Mason” for Mason Smedley after meeting him in a San Diego hospital. Also taking the stage will be five local bands that will battle for cash prizes. In order to compete, the bands have to receive the most votes on the Cure Kids Jam and Festival Facebook page. Local television news reporter Drew Carney - of Newschannel 8 at Sunrise - will emcee the Cure Kids Jam and festival. While Mason won’t be there this year to enjoy the festivities, his family still looks forward to raising money, offering hope and support to other children with JM. The Cure Kids Jam and Festival starts at 2 p.m. on August 19 at the Gordon Faber Recreation Center in Hillsboro. Tickets are $10 each. For more information, visit www.curekidsfest.com
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Below: Development plans for 4th and Main in Downtown Hillsboro
With more mixed-use developments breaking ground and being planned for the Westside, residents can expect to find more “urban living” options By Cindy Dauer The face of the suburbs may be changing as more urban-style living communities are being planned for the Westside. Developers recently broke ground on ‘4th and Main’ in Downtown Hillsboro, a project that will create 71 market rate apartments and 10,000 square feet of new and refurbished groundfloor commercial space near the MAX station and downtown amenities. Several similar projects - which will mix residential and commercial uses in higher-density developments - are in the planning pipeline in Beaverton, Hillsboro, Forest Grove, and Tigard. Some of these projects are closer to fruition than others, including a site at 1st and Lombard streets in Downtown Beaverton. City officials have identified a potential developer for that site and are working to create a vertically mixed-use project in a style similar to 4th and Main.
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Local and regional experts say these types of urban-style developments near transit centers will create more livable, walkable communities that cater to the housing preferences of Generation Y. These mixed use developments also appeal to baby boomers, offering the option of “aging in place” with services nearby and without the upkeep that comes with single family home ownership. Mixed use developments - which can include either vertically stacked uses or a patchwork ‘village’ - represent a philosophical shift in development policies which has been in the works in the Portland Metro area since at least the ‘90s. In Washington County, planners point to Orenco Station as a successful example of this mixed-use paradigm. These mixed-use developments, experts say, are a shift away from the automobile-dependent sprawling devel-
opments that were popular in the latter half of the 20th century and included large tracts of separate residential and commercial uses, hence the rise of the suburbs and big-box malls. But while a philosophical shift has taken place toward more transit-based mixed-use development, developers and planners are waiting for the market to catch up. Orenco may be an acclaimed commercial success, but another mixed-use development on the Westside - The Beaverton Round - has so far fallen short of expectations. Ownership of that development changed hands earlier this year however, and planners are optimistic that positive changes could be in the works. Stay tuned for other mixed use developments slated for South Hillsboro and the AmberGlen neighborhoods.
The Vineyard View Life at Plum Hill Vineyards is never average. In this column, follow the lives of newbie vintners Juanita and RJ Lint who, four years ago, converted a 33-acre dairy farm just north of Gaston into a vineyard. Between making the wine, running the tasting room, managing employees, and the adventures of Ghost the winery dog, you’ll see there’s never a dull moment.
Westside Farmers Markets Few things compare to biting into a ripe summer berry and letting the sweet, sticky juice fill your mouth and tickle your taste buds. This month at local farmers markets, the berries will be out in force. From blueberries to blackberries and raspberries, there’s a berry for nearly every taste and color of the rainbow.
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Hillsboro Farmers Market Saturdays thru Oct. 27 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Downtown Hillsboro Sundays thru Oct. 28 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Orenco Station Wednesdays thru Aug. 29 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tanasbourne Thursdays thru Sept. 20 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuality Hospital
North Plains Farmers Market Saturdays thru Sept. 29 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Commerical Street
Sherwood Saturday Market Saturday thru Sept. 29 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Old Town Sherwood
Tigard Farmers Market Sundays thru Oct. 28 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pacific Highway and 217
Tualatin Farmers Market Fridays thru Sept. 28 4 to 8 p.m. Tualatin Commons
Tuesday Marketplace Tuesdays thru Aug. 28 5 to 8:30 p.m. Downtown Hillsboro
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Yeast / yēst/ Noun: “A microscopic fungus (genus Saccharomyces, subdivision Ascomycotina) consisting of single oval cells that reproduce by budding,” and are... “a grayish-yellow preparation of this obtained chiefly from fermented beer, used as a fermenting agent, to raise bread dough, and as a...” Doesn’t sound like something that would make a grown man jump over the coffee table, but 3 weeks ago we received a new yeast “catalog”. I had it halfway into the recycle bin when RJ yelled out for joy over the opportunity to explore new yeast “experiments” with our wine. It is now in his library of yeast catalogs. While RJ was acting like a kid putting up a train set with his yeast experiments, I, the marketer, am wondering how I am ever going to market our wine (especially the whites) when they vary not only from year to year, but sometimes from tank to tank. For example, this year RJ had two tanks of Pinot Gris fermenting. He claims that is because I am too cheap to let him buy a big tank (like I can stop him from buying anything). He used 71B yeast in one tank and X5 yeast in another. One yeast acts on citric acid leaving behind a granny smith apple profile. The other yeast consumes the malolactic acid leaving behind a grapefruit profile (goes great with the Lemon Vanilla Wine Wafers). While both of these have their fans, the big hit was the “Blend” which sold out in three months. When RJ was doing his bench trials on the Pinot Gris, he wasn’t completed satisfied. So in frustration, he brought them both to the tasting room and let a few of his “closest” friends critique it. They were all happy with the crispness of the two yeast-specific gris but on a whim, RJ poured them together. That was what he was looking for and it was even better once it went through the filter and rested in the bottle. The oddity is the new “blend” wine didn’t have the profile of either the other two.
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Westside kidS Bug Fest We’ve had the age of reptiles and mammals, could the age of insects be next? According to experts, there are more species of beetles than any other animal on Earth. Westside kids can learn more about beetles and other creepy crawlers at Bug Fest from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on August 25 at the Nature Park Interpretive Center in Beaverton. The cost is $3.
Bike and Walk “¡vámonos!” biking and walking events are happening this month. Explore two Westside cities on foot and by bike with Metro-lead events in August. Events are free and open to the public. Advance registration is not required. All ages are welcome. Events are hosted in both Spanish and English.
Children’s Educational Theatre Smarty Pants - an educational children’s theatre program - will test your child’s knowledge about making healthy choices for yourself, your family, and your community. Children of all ages will enjoy this mock-game show with host Frank Summers and the chance to win a “Smarty Pants” badge. The program - sponsored by Kaiser Permanente and The Oregon Children’s Theatre - will come to the North Plains Library at 1 p.m. on Wednesday August 8. For more information, visit nplibrary.org
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Hillsboro walking event 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday August 11 Meet at the Hillsboro Civic Center at 150 E Main Street Forest Grove bike ride 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday August 15 Meet at the Metro booth at the Farmers Market on Main Street Hillsboro biking ride 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday August 25 Meet at Hillsboro Futsal at 346 SW Walnut Street
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Themes • !mpact Summer Olympics • Under the Big Top • The Great Outdoors • Superhero Challenge • A Bug’s Life • Pirate’s Cove • Lights, Camera, Action! • Out of this World • Mad Science! • Art Palooza • Forever Summer!
503-640-8373 23780 NW Huﬀman Street Suite 109 Hillsboro, OR 97124 Services oﬀered at an additional fee Early Drop-oﬀ/Late Pick-up Tutoring Services during camp times
Open Wed - Sun 11 am to 9 pm
Pizza, Sandwiches, Salads, Soups, Pasta, Desserts
“A Healthy Hamburger Place” Natural & Organic Food Homemade Burgers, Fries, & Shakes Local Beer & Wine Gluten-Free: buns, fries, chicken strips & beer
See us at the North Plains Garlic Festival Aug. 10-12 Like “Geraldi’s West” on Facebook! Clip this coupon to get $2.00 off any $20 order in store Offer good Sunday - Tuesday only
10395 NW Glencoe Road #600 North Plains, Oregon 97133 (503) 647-5761
First Wednesday, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. Downtown Forest Grove Activities and prices vary Music on the Green, Sherwood 6:30 p.m. Stella Olsen Park Ramsey Y Los Montunos Free Sky in the Road Duo, Tigard 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tigard Public Library Live Music Free Historic Walking Tour, Forest Grove 7:30 p.m. Meet at Corner Antiques Sojourn Forest Grove presents $7 per person
Thirsty Thursday, Hillsboro 5 to 7 p.m. Mainbrew Beer tasting FREE Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Pagan Jug Band Free Writers’ Group, North Plains 6:30 p.m. North Plains Public Library Writers welcome Free Beaverton Community Band 7 p.m. Beaverton City Library Lawn Free Showtime at Shute, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Shute Park Aaron Meyer and Band Free
First Friday, Beaverton 5 to 9 p.m. Downtown Beaverton Free Music and Wine, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary First Friday, Sherwood 6 to 9 p.m. Old Town Sherwood Free Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge The Northstar Session Free Oregon Air Show, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Hillsboro Airport Frontier Friday Ticket prices vary Concerts on the Commons, Tualatin 6:30 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Free Damselfly, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. HART Theatre Community theatre $14 adults Flicks by the Fountain, Beaverton 8 p.m. Beaverton City Park Student movies and feature films Free Charlie Brown, Beaverton 8 p.m. Beaverton Library Auditorium Beaverton Civic Theatre $15 adults
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Live Music, Hillsboro 8:30 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Ian Lindsay Free Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Rogue River Band Free
Oregon Air Show, Hillsboro 9 a.m. Hillsboro Airport Ticket prices vary Summer Festival, Hillsboro 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Rice Museum of Rocks and Minerals Activities for adults and kids $5 adults, $4 kids Local Authors, Hillsboro 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jacobsen’s Books & More Meet local authors Free Beaverton Modular Railroad 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Beaverton Library Models for viewing Free Bow Wow Bash, Beaverton 10 a.m. Garden Home Rec Center Free Art in the Vineyard, Gaston 12 to 5 p.m. Plum Hill Vineyards See artists and musicians at work Free Twangshifters, Beaverton 6 p.m. Autumn Ridge Park Free Live Music, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Free
Damselfly, Hillsboro 7:30 p.m. HART Theatre Community theatre $14 adults Charlie Brown, Beaverton 8 p.m. Beaverton Library Auditorium Beaverton Civic Theatre $15 adults Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Jeff E. Reed/Paradox Free Movies on the Commons, Tualatin 9 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free
Oregon Air Show, Hillsboro 9 a.m. Hillsboro Airport Ticket prices vary Summer Festival, Hillsboro 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rice Museum of Rocks and Minerals Activities for adults and kids $5 adults, $4 kids Beaverton Modular Railroad 1 to 4:30 p.m. Beaverton Library Models for viewing Free Charlie Brown, Beaverton 2 p.m. Beaverton Library Auditorium Beaverton Civic Theatre $15 adults Damselfly, Hillsboro 2 p.m. HART Theatre Community theatre $14 adults
BAR & Miss Massive Snowflake performs at 8:30 p.m. on Friday August 24 at Primrose and Tumbleweeds in Downtown Hillsboro
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5301 W Baseline Road - Hillsboro, OR 97124 (503) 640-7225
Tuesday Marketplace, Hillsboro 5 to 8:30 p.m. Downtown Hillsboro Food, art, music, vendors Free Artists’ Reception, Hillsboro 6 to 8 p.m. Sequoia Gallery + Studios Downtown Hillsboro Free Artists’ Reception, Hillsboro 6 to 8 p.m. Summa Real Estate Downtown Hillsboro Free Summer Concert, Beaverton 6 p.m. Jenkins Estate Concert Pianist Michael Allen Harrison $8 Trivia for Adults, Garden Home 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Garden Home Library Open to individuals and teams Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurant Free
Music on the Green, Sherwood 6:30 p.m. Stella Olsen Park Chris Baum Project Free Speed Date An Author, Tigard 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tigard Public Library NW Independent Writers Association Free Historic Walking Tour, Forest Grove 7:30 p.m. Meet at Corner Antiques Sojourn Forest Grove presents $7 per person
Crab Boil, Beaverton 2 to 4 p.m. Regency Park Assisted Living Food and drink Free Thirsty Thursday, Hillsboro 5 to 7 p.m. Mainbrew Beer tasting Free Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Jon Koonce and One More Mile Free Showtime at Shute, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Shute Park Patrick Lamb and Band Free
McMenamins Festival of Americana, Forest Grove 11 a.m. until late McMenamins Grand Lodge Free Nano Brew Fest, Tigard 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Max’s Fanno Creek Brewpub Beer and music Prices vary Garlic Festival, North Plains 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. Jessie Mays Community Center Food, vendors, entertainment Free LESTA, Hillsboro 4 p.m. HART Theatre Children’s bilingual theatre Free Crawfish Festival, Tualatin 5 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free
Music and Wine, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary FILM Series, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Hillsboro Main Library Foreign and Independent film club Free Concerts on the Commons, Tualatin 6:30 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free The Superior Casa Nova, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Bagley Park Masque Alfresco presents Free Hula Halau Dance, Cedar Mill 7 to 8 p.m. Cedar Mill Community Library Hawaiian cultural performance Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Free Flicks by the Fountain, Beaverton 8 p.m. Beaverton City Park Free Live Music, Hillsboro 8:30 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds John Bunzow Free Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Dismal Niche Free
Crawfish Festival, Tualatin 7:30 a.m. Tualatin Commons $4 adults
Local Authors, Hillsboro 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jacobsen’s Books & More Meet local authors Free Garlic Festival, North Plains 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Jessie Mays Community Center Food, vendors, entertainment Free Writers Workshop, Forest Grove 10:30 a.m. to noon Forest Grove City Library Teens and adults Free McMenamins Festival of Americana, Forest Grove 11 a.m. until late McMenamins Grand Lodge Free Nano Brew Fest, Tigard 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Max’s Fanno Creek Brewpub Beer and music Prices vary Artist’s Reception, Beaverton 6 to 9 p.m. Art on Broadway Gallery Artist Annie Salness Free Summer Concert, Beaverton 6 p.m. HMT Complex Los Lobos headlines Free The Superior Casa Nova, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Bagley Park Masque Alfresco presents Free Are You Seated Comfortably, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Live storytelling $5
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Upcoming Events at Cornell Estates • Artist David Small Show August 3 - 1:30 p.m. • Perseid Meteors Talk August 10 - 1:30 p.m.
Our residents indulge in art, music, nature, adventure, education, community service, and many other activities!
1005 NE 17th Avenue Hillsboro, OR 97124 (503) 640-2884 www.Cornell-Estates.com
Movies on the Commons, Tualatin 9 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free
Garlic Festival, North Plains 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jessie Mays Community Center Food, vendors, entertainment Free Nano Brew Fest, Tigard 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (or longer) Max’s Fanno Creek Brewpub Beer and music Prices vary Art in the Vineyard, Gaston 12 to 5 p.m. Montinore Estate Artists paint and musicians play Free The Superior Casa Nova, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Bagley Park Masque Alfresco presents Free
Tuesday Marketplace, Hillsboro 5 to 8:30 p.m. Downtown Hillsboro Food, art, music, vendors Free How to Publish, Tualatin 7 to 8 p.m. Tualatin Library Meet three local publishers $10 The History of Tualatin, Beaverton 7 to 8:30 p.m. Beaverton History Center Loyce Martinazzi presents FREE Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurant Free
Crossroads Lecture, Rock Creek 2 p.m. Washington County Museum Braceros in the Northwest $3 Music on the Green, Sherwood 6:30 p.m. Stella Olsen Park Country Rock Association Free Historic Walking Tour, Forest Grove 7:30 p.m. Meet at Corner Antiques Sojourn Forest Grove presents $7 per person
Thirsty Thursday, Hillsboro 5 to 7 p.m. Mainbrew Beer tasting FREE Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Jack McMahon Band Free Summer concert, Cedar Mill 6 p.m. Cedar Mill Park 5 Guys Named Moe Free Showtime at Shute, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Shute Park Soul Vaccination Free
Alice meet Dracula, Hillsboro 4 p.m. HART Theatre Children’s bilingual theatre Free
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• Educational Travelogue August 15 - 1:30 p.m. • Orenco Photography Club August 23 - 7 p.m. • Nike: Making of a Shoe August 31 - 1:30 p.m. Events are free and open to the public. All ages are welcome to attend.
Music and Wine, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge 23 Window Free Concerts on the Commons, Tualatin 6:30 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Free Flicks by the Fountain, Beaverton 8 p.m. Beaverton City Park Free Live Music, Hillsboro 8:30 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Finn Doxie Free Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Bar Pilots Free
Local Authors, Hillsboro 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jacobsen’s Books & More Meet local authors Free Family Adventure Day, Sherwood 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tualatin River Wildlife Refuge Naturalists lead activities Free Cruise In, Hillsboro 11 a.m. Coyotes Bar and Grill Benefit fundraiser Donations accepted
August 2012 Native American Flute Demonstration, Beaverton 2 to 4 p.m. Beaverton City Library Performance by “Heartstrings” Free Alice meet Dracula, Hillsboro 4 p.m. HART Theatre Children’s bilingual theatre Free Forest Grove Uncorked 4 to 9 p.m. Downtown Forest Grove Food and wine $10 The Superior Casa Nova, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Beaverton Library Lawn Masque Alfresco presents Free Live Music, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Brooks Robertson Free Live Music, Hillsboro 8:30 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Taresa Ketcherside Free Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Nilika Remi Free Movies on the Commons, Tualatin 9 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free
Community Fair, Raleigh Hills 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Scholls Crossing Raleigh Hills Businesses Free
Cure Kids Jam and Festival, Hillsboro 2 p.m. Hillsboro Stadium Benefit fundraiser $10 The Superior Casa Nova, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Beaverton Library Lawn Masque Alfresco presents Free
Westside Quilter’s Guild, Hillsboro 6:45 p.m. Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Quilts of wool Free
Tuesday Marketplace, Hillsboro 5 to 8:30 p.m. Downtown Hillsboro Food, art, music, vendors Free Meet the Author, Garden Home 7 to 8:30 p.m. Garden Home Library Local Author Dane Batty FREE Storytelling Picnic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Walters Cultural Arts Center Anne Rutherford presents Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurant Free
Music on the Green, Sherwood 6:30 p.m. Stella Olsen Park Woody Hite Band Free Historic Walking Tour, Forest Grove 7:30 p.m. Meet at Corner Antiques Sojourn Forest Grove presents $7 per person
Thirsty Thursday, Hillsboro 5 to 7 p.m. Mainbrew Beer tasting FREE Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Sonny Hess Free Summer Concert, Beaverton 6 p.m. Raleigh Park Freak Mountain Ramblers Free Orenco Photography Club, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Cornell Estates Newcomers welcome Free
Music and Wine, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary Floating Lights Performance, Garden Home 6 p.m. Garden Home Rec Center Northstar Dance presents Free Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Brad Creel and the Reel Deel Free Pix on the Plaza, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Tom Hughes Plaza Music and Movies Free Concerts on the Commons, Tualatin 6:30 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free Japanese Koto Music, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Hillsboro Main Library Mitsuki Dazai presents Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Free Flicks by the Fountain, Beaverton 8 p.m. Beaverton City Park Student movies and feature films Free Live Music, Hillsboro 8:30 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Miss Massive Snowflake Free Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Josh Smith Free
Local Authors, Hillsboro 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jacobsen’s Books & More Meet local authors Free Bug Fest, Beaverton 11 a.m. Nature Park Interpretive Center $3 Motorcycle Poker Run, Hillsboro 11 a.m. Coyotes Bar and Grill Benefit fundraiser Donations accepted Pacific Rim Festival, Forest Grove 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. SakeOne Food, music, performance Open Mic, Forest Grove 2 to 4 p.m. Forest Grove City Library Readers and listeners wanted Free
The Superior Casa Nova, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Beaverton Library Lawn Masque Alfresco presents Free Live Music, Forest Grove 7 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Science Free Movies on the Commons, Tualatin 9 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free
100th Anniversary, Beaverton 12 to 4 p.m. Jenkin’s Estate Tours, history Free The Superior Casa Nova, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Beaverton Library Lawn Masque Alfresco presents Free
Conversations with Writers, Hillsboro 7 to 9 p.m. Influence Music Hall and Gallery Author Alan Roth Free Science Pub, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Venetian Theatre High Fructose Corn Syrup $5
Last Tuesday, Beaverton 5 to 8 p.m. Beaverton Round Free Tuesday Marketplace, Hillsboro 5 to 8:30 p.m. Downtown Hillsboro Food, art, music, vendors Free Storytelling Concert, Garden Home 7 to 8 p.m. Garden Home Library Barbara Fankhauser tells four stories Free Trivia Night, Sherwood 7:30 p.m. Clancy’s Pub and Restaurant Free
Historic Walking Tour, Forest Grove 7:30 p.m. Meet at Corner Antiques Sojourn Forest Grove presents $7 per person
Thirsty Thursday, Hillsboro 5 to 7 p.m. Mainbrew Beer tasting FREE Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Free
Art by Sharon Haywood Hoff on display at Sequoia Gallery + Studios in Downtown Hillsboro
Music and Wine, Forest Grove 5 to 8 p.m. The Friendly Vine Prices vary Live Music, Forest Grove 6 p.m. McMenamins Grand Lodge Vagabond and Tramp Free Pix on the Plaza, Hillsboro 6 p.m. Tom Hughes Plaza Free Concerts on the Commons, Tualatin 6:30 p.m. Tualatin Commons Free Confessions of a Horseshoer, Hillsboro 6:30 p.m. Hillsboro Main Library Local author Ron Tatum Free Open Mic, Hillsboro 7 p.m. Influence Music Hall Free Live Music, Hillsboro 8:30 p.m. Primrose and Tumbleweeds Ron Hughes Free Live Music, Forest Grove 9 p.m. Ballad Town Billiards Roots Night Free
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August Music Friday 3 Ian Lindsay
Wine Beer Music Food
Saturday 4 Tim Trautman Friday 10 John Bunzow Saturday 11 Tim Trautman
Downtown Hillsboro 248 East Main Street
Friday 17 Finn Doxie
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Saturday 18 Taresa Ketcherside Friday 24 Miss Massive Snowflake
Daily wine tasting Cigar humidor Gifts and eats
Friday 25 Bill Feldman Friday 31 Ron Hughes
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