Sheryl Stewart

Community

Lights, Camera, Auction Benefit.


Help support the YMCA Child Care Division with an evening of Lights, Camera, Auction! Proceeds from this event benefit the YMCA's 2015 Annual Campaign to provide financial assistance for familes and youth development programs. The benefit dinner and silent auction will be held at the Multnomah Athletic Club on Saturday, September 19th and will go from 5:30pm to 10pm. To purchase tickets and learn more, click here. 

Widmer Brothers Oktoberfest


That’s right, it’s time again for Widmer Brothers Brewing’s yearly event, Oktoberfest!  To celebrate our 30th Anniversary and the 10th annual Oktoberfest, we will extend this year’s event to the Widmer Brothers Pub, where different food and beer choices can be claimed using your fest tokens.  Widmer Brothers staples such as Green & Gold Kolsch, Hefeweizen, Upheaval, and Alchemy will be available with this year’s version of Okto!  In the Pub, you’ll be able to find specialty beers and food that will only add to the overall experience.

First Friday


On September 4th at 5p.m., the Beaverton Downtown Association will sponsor its final First Friday for 2015. Visitors to First Friday will once again be treated to free live music at two locations, numerous dining options, and plenty of opportunities to shop in the small independent businesses that keep the historic downtown district vibrant.  The NW Riverside Band will perform at West and Broadway, and Graceless Lady will be featured at Beaverton Florists. Visitors can enjoy the music of both bands through the downtown or hopping on the Pacific Cascade Party Bus, free hop on, hop off service throughout the evening.  Vendors include Portland Cider Company, Baxter Fine Arts with Megan Turner Baxter, Beaverton Graphics with Tim Reilly, and Solar Energy Solutions with Chuck Fall.  Special promotions by downtown businesses.  
 

Celebrate Oregon Agriculture!


Celebrate Oregon Agriculture brings you tips for enjoying Oregon agriculture with your family. Over 37,000 family farms in Oregon grow over 220 amazing products. We’re lucky to live in Oregon, where world-class soils and our mild climate grow the world’s greatest food. Click here for tips, videos and more! Sponsored by Do It NW!, Food Services of America and Wilco.

Be The Match with Qdoba


Your hungry tummy has the power to help cure blood cancer, by joining forces with Be The Match and your local Qdoba restaurant! Be The Match helps cancer patients find marrow donors and afford their transplants – and during the month of September, you can do your part by going to Qdoba for some chips and queso. For every order sold, Qdoba will donate $1 to Be the Match! While you’re there, you can help even more by purchasing Be The Match Dollars. On the back is a coupon you can use to get a delicious entrée and soft drink for just $7 on your next visit! That’s 30% off—and you’ll be sending $1 to Be The Match. That dollar helps people like Dalton, a six-year-old from Salem with a life-threatening blood disease. Dalton is now happy and healthy because Be The Match was there for him.  Listen to your stomach…and your heart! Visit your locally-owned and operated Qdoba today—there’s 10 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington, committed to supporting the community through efforts like these. Find out more at BeTheMatchPDX.com.

Annual Walk, Roll & Run


The 11th Annual Walk, Roll & Run for United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and Southwest Washington takes off on Saturday September 19th! Choose the 2.5 mile stroll and roll around the Eastbank Esplanade, or the 5k or 8K run on the Springwater Corridor—both raise much-needed funds for UCP’s ongoing mission to ensure a life without limits for those with disabilities. There’s also food, music, booths and Rojo the Llama to enjoy after the event! Register today at www.walkrollnrun.org.  When you do, make sure and enter the promo code “BEWELLNW” and get $5 off your registration fee!

The Oregon State Fair


Beginning in the late nineteenth century, located in Salem, Oregon, the Oregon State Fair has attracted thousands as a yearly tradition of family-fun oriented games, concerts, rides and agricultural exhibits. Throughout the years the fair has housed showcases of Oregon crops and livestock, art, and culture, this year with the celebration of their 150th birthday. For more information, please visit oregonstatefair.org.


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