Discover why folks say this year’s Multnomah County Fair has all families need for a day of fun, including free admission and easy parking. It’s open through Memorial Day …

Find out why so many people came to the event, held again at East Portland’s Oregon Rail Heritage Center …

It’s amazing how many pounds of pharmaceuticals and documents were taken for destruction during this yearly event …

Here’s why you need not wait until June to shop directly from the farmers: The Montavilla Farmers Market is now open on Sundays …

Find out why an outer East Portland park was again the location for this combined Cambodian, Lao, Thai, and Burmese “New Year in the Park” celebration …

After years of holding it downtown, see which East Portland park was chosen to host this year’s celebration, held on Earth Day …

As groups threatening protests make good their promises up north, see how hundreds celebrated the spirit of the cancelled 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade, on the south end of the long street …

Learn more about your southeast Asian neighbors, and how they celebrate the most important holiday carried from their home country …

Find out how hundreds of folks came, and walked away with scores of unique plant treasures. And, learn about their upcoming Children’s Nature Fair on May 20 …

Find out why neighbors, city officials, and leaders of the Asian Health and Service Center expressed joy at the celebration …

Find out about an important environment program, and a special Earth Day event held at Powell Butte on April 22 …

Discover why the rally called “Portlanders Stand with Refugees and Immigrants” was a celebration …

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