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  • January Events 2015

    Winter_Wonderland_by_midnightstouch copyIt’s a new year and this January is the perfect time to start anew by changing up that daily routine and trying some new and exciting things! This month Portland’s event scene provides plenty of reasons to get out of the house and join in on some fun with family and friends! For starters, there is discount museum day and on the first Sunday of January you can attend OMSI for only $2! For dog lovers there’s the Rose City Classic dog show and for chocolate connoisseurs there’s ChocolateFest. January is also packed with music festivals including jazz, folk and string-band. Check out the four more fabulous events below that will motivate you to get moving and make the most of your experience in Portland! Continue reading

  • Holiday Party Fashion Tips for Women

    Looking to catch Jack Frost's eye at your company's holiday party this year but not sure what wintery ensemble will increase your odds of stealing a kiss under the mistletoe with your Christmas crush? Check out the below festive fashion tips that will melt Frosty the Snowman’s heart and have him warming up to you this Yuletide!
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  • December Events 2014

    ‘Tis the season to celebrate the holidays in Portland, all of which are full of fun and Christmas cheer! Jack Frost may be nipping at your nose, but that’s no reason to stay inside and miss out on these exciting events! Portland has plenty to over this December including an after-hours ZooLights adventure, a cozy drive-thru Winter Wonderland light show, a wild ride on the Holiday Express and much, much more! So grab your family and friends and join in on festive fun!

    1. It’s the most wonderful time of the year when the brightest and best holiday light show, Winter Wonderland, is open to the public at Portland International Raceway! Get ready to bundle up and buckle up with your loved ones for a journey full of flurries and fun! With over 250 sparkling Christmas lights, Winter Wonderland promises a jolly good drive-thru time!
    2. Lions, tigers, bears and jingle bells, oh my! Come celebrate the Christmas season at ZooLights where millions of LED lights will be twinkling from the trees at this wonderful winter festival! While you may not be able to visit the Santa at the South Pole, you can swing by the polar bear exhibit and say hello to one of his furry friends! So grab the family and head out for some fantastic holiday fun!
    3. Don’t be a Scrooge and come celebrate Christmas cheer this year by attending A Christmas Carol at the Portland Playhouse! According to Charles Dickens, “There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor,” and A Christmas Carol promises to inspire both! So say, “Bah humbug,” to boring and make yourself some merry memories with family and friends!
    4. All aboard the Holiday Express! Come have snow much fun on this wintery one-hour train ride through the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge! Keep your eyes open for Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer! You never know who or what you’ll see on this magical adventure!
    5. This year, go dashing through the snow to Santa’s House on the Bricks in Pioneer Courthouse Square to say hello to Santa and share a hint or two about what presents you hope to find under the tree Christmas morning! The weather outside may be frightful, but the fire is so delightful! While waiting in line, you and the family can stay cozy snacking on roasted chestnuts and almonds while sipping mugs of hot cocoa under the large rain cover provided.

    For more Christmas-themed events such as the Holiday Ale Festival, Holiday Bazaar, Santa Pub Crawl and Christmas Ship Parade, check out this helpful calendar full of holiday events here!

  • November 2014 Portland Events

    Cozy autumn days and crisp fall nights are here again and this November we have a lot to be thankful for! The colors of the leaves may be changing but the fun and family-oriented community events in Portland keep on coming. Bargain hunters will find unbeatable prices at Portland’s Largest Garage Sale and the SkiFever and Snowboard Show, those looking to practice healthy habits will enjoy free health screenings at the Diabetes Expo and a fit and fun adventure at the Turkey Trot at the Zoo, and last, but not least, families will make memories at the unforgettable Macy’s Holiday Parade!

    • Looking for some one-of-a-kind antiques or reasonably priced appliances? What about some gently-used clothing or a handful of affordable books and DVDs? Save yourself the time of scouring the streets in search of hard-to-see garage sale signs and make a one-stop shopping trip to Portland’s Largest Garage Sale at Portland Expo Center November 1st. With over 100 vendors, you’ll be sure to find something fun and unique at this one-of-a-kind community event! See link for general and Early Bird admission costs.
    • Calling all snowboarders! SkiFever and Snowboard Show at Portland Expo Center November 16th-18th offers a winter wonderland of new and used snow gear as well as Rail Jam demos and a Big Air Show. Brands like Proshop, Zumiez, Sublimity and Gorge Performance will all be in attendance and promise up to a 70% discount on all items and apparel. See link for admission costs and scoop up discount coupons at a local McDonald’s before their gone!
    • Be proactive about maintaining good health by attending the Diabetes Expo at the Oregon Convention Center November 22nd. From tips on cooking healthy meals to understanding risk factors and management of diabetes and other illnesses, this event encourages families to lead a lifestyle dedicated to health and happiness. Admission and health screenings are free. If you’re interested, check out our blog on how diabetes impacts your feet and why wide shoes can help eliminate pain and risk of injury. Also, be sure to check out our page of Diabetic Shoes.

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    • Start your day off right and celebrate Thanksgiving bright and early at the annual Turkey Trot at the Oregon Zoo November 27th. Starting at 8am four waves of 4 mile runs will be offered to participants who wish to walk or run. The family-friendly event offers a Tot Trot (1/2 mile) for your little ones too! Costumes are encouraged whether Thanksgiving-related or not and the best part is $20,000 of entry fees go to the Oregon Zoo! See link for entry fees and volunteer opportunities.
    • Christmas has come early and what better way to start off the holiday season than attending the Macy’s Holiday Parade November 29th at 9am. Bundle up in a blanket and bring the whole family to this fun and festive event! Whether you’re moving to the music of marching bands while being mesmerized by fun and fanciful floats or sending Santa some holiday cheer as he and other colorful Christmas characters wave to the crowd, this event is one not to be missed!
  • October Events in and around Portland

    Halloween PortlandSearching for some hair-raising Halloween-themed events? Portland offers a wide and wicked range of magical mischief to take part in this October! From horrifying haunted houses to howl-inducing Halloween parties to perilous pumpkin festivals and patches, Portland is the place to be if you’re looking to run into things that go bump in the night!

  • Carve out some good times at Pumpkin Fest (October 1-31) where you can prowl the pumpkin patch, howl on a hauntingly fun hayride, squeeze your way through a sticky spider web and creep through a cringe-worthy corn maze. Pumpkins are cheap and kid-friendly activities a plenty so come get into the spirit of Halloween!
  • Double, double toil and trouble! The Oregon Zoo is hosting their annual fang-tastic Howloween (October 25-26) that promises animal tricks and edible treats! Eerie and educational, the event includes a spook-tacular scavenger hunt and Halloween-themed activities. Cackling and costumes encouraged!
  • Are you afraid of the dark? Let’s hope not, because when the sun goes down Saturday October 26 Portland’s hippest and most horrifying adult Halloween party, Boogie Nights X, begins! Sip on some spider cider, murder it on the dance floor doing the Monster Mash or cast a spell on the crowd during the costume contest that offers $4,500 in prizes and cash. Ghosts, goblins and ghouls enter at your own risk!
  • Forget the tricks and treat yourself to pumpkin potions at the Killer Pumpkin Festival (October 19-20). With 25 pumpkin flavored blood-curdling beers and cursed cocktails, this is one petrifying party you don’t want to miss! And bats not all folks, you can partake in pumpkin bowling and/or make a spectacle of your specter self smashing pumpkins all night long.
  • Make no bones about it, The 13th Door, is one haunted house that promises to chill you to the bone. Run for your life from shapes and shadows through a labyrinth of haunted hallways and a cursed cemetery where the dead do rise. You can also get your scare on at two other haunted attractions, Four Horsemen and Fright Town. Check links for dates.
  • For a list of more Halloween-themed events, as well as events that have no relation to the holiday, please check out

  • Fall 2014 Footwear Trends for Women

    Autumn is in the air and just as the leaves are changing, so is the style of our shoes.  Cozy autumn days and crisp fall nights call for warmer footwear so it’s time to turn your sandals in for edgy boots, sugary shades and polished printed pumps!  Check out the below footwear trends that will have you falling in love with fall.


    1. Believe it or not, hiking boots aren’t just for trailblazing this fall.    Survival is now for the fittest and the most fashionable!  These are perfect for the on and off the trail explorer extraordinaire looking to add the perfect earthy edge to their look.
    2. Over-the-knee boots may not be right for the job but they are the reason we love autumn oh so much.  Cozy and cute, over-the-knee boots give your outfit a flirty and feminine look when worn during the day or night.
    3. Mary Janes are making a come back!  This blast from the past style is sweet and simple when paired with the perfect pair of jeans and pea coat or fun tights and a dress.  Give your outfit an old school twist by embracing your inner school girl while keeping it classy outside of class.
    4. Ankle booties are a must this autumn.  They transition great from casual to chic while remaining extra comfortable.  Find the right style and they are wearable to work too!

    Prints, Patterns, Ornaments and Colors

    1. Embrace your inner animal and get frisky with your footwear this fall!  Shimmering snakeskin and lively lizard prints are all the rage.  They’re a great touch to a tame outfit and a wild way to sass up your style.
    2. If you love the rocker chic look, great news because heavy metal is in.  Metallics, especially silver, are heating up as the weather is cooling down.  The perfect pair will give your outfit that rock and roll feel that is racy with rhythm and not so much blues.
    3. Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, even when it comes to shoes.  Treat yourself like royalty this fall and strut your stuff in a pair of princess-worthy bedazzled pumps.  Flirty and fun at any age, the embellished look is one to be worshipped.
    4. Get ready for a toothache because sugary shades are super sweet this autumn!  Bubble gum pinks and mint fresh greens are delectable for footwear and give a naughty look a nice touch.

    For those of you looking to make the most out of your previous purchases, great news!  Three of the summer shoe trends are still in style this fall!

    1. Chunky high-heeled sandals are a blast from the past we still just can’t get enough of.
    2. Sassy sneakers are still a smart and stylish way to add some spunk to a pair of jeans and sweatshirt.
    3. Cute and comfortable flats…well they simply go great with anything and at any time of the year.
  • Shoes On or Off - That is the question

    When it comes to shoe etiquette, we Oregonians are excellent at remembering to take off our shoes before entering a home.  Most of us even have mud-rooms to store our filthy footwear in.  That’s because we live in a state where it rains often and adding extra chores to our routine, such as mopping up muddy footprints, is something we strive to avoid at all costs.  Hawaiians and Alaskans also share our same reasoning.  It just makes sense to keep your home clean by taking your shoes off.  You can prevent not only a mess but also eliminate the risk of tracking pesticides, carcinogens and lead inside your home. Continue reading

  • Brands We Love: New Balance

    Motivated by the desire to assist others in achieving athletic excellence, New Balance encourages others to put their best foot forward when it comes to performance, health, fashion, environmentalism and community service.  It’s no secret, we’re a huge fan.  Here are a few reasons why: Continue reading

  • Keep Protecting Your Skin This Season

    We Oregonians may not be able to wish all of the gloomy weather away by singing, “Rain, rain go away, come again another day,” but when summer comes we soak up as much sun as we can.  Bumming it at the beach is a must and playful picnics at the park are the perfect way to spend time with family and friends.  With that said, it’s important to remember amid the excitement over the endless activities to do outdoors to protect our skin this summer.  Below are several ways to keep your skin healthy while having fun in the sun.

    1. Sport a stylish pair of sunglasses when outdoors whether you’re taking a short stroll in the park or sunbathing.  Research shows sunburns can apply to eyes and put them at risk for skin cancer.
    2. Try out a self-tanner that promises a pretty and painless glow.  For those without the patience or time to lounge around outdoors, these sprays and lotions will get the job done without the risk of skin damage.
    3. Take Vitamin C and E supplements.  Research shows that both provide protection from sunburns.
    4. Stock up on sunscreen and always apply every two hours.  Sweat decreases the strength of the SPF as well as swimming and showering.
    5. Have some fun with bohemian –style big brimmed hats that promise a break from the beating sun and a fun and fashionable addition to an outfit.
    6. Drink up some green tea.  Herbs such as those found in green tea provide the antioxidants needed to lessen skin damage.
    7. Avoid breakouts by investing in an exfoliating oil-free facial cleanser.  The sweltering heat promises your body’s production of excess oil which can clog pores.
    8. Find a shady spot, sit back and relax.  Give your skin a break from tanning, especially during the hottest times of the day.

    It’s easy to forget to take the precautions above to protect your skin.  It’s also easy to justify risky behavior (opting out of sunscreen, sunglasses and shade) to get a trendy tan.  Equally easy is protecting your skin, even if only adhering to one of the above rules.  Remember to weigh the consequences before stepping outdoors.  Beauty is not pain and fun in the sun should not be at a cost.

  • September Events In and Around Portland

    September is here and we are taking advantage of the wonderful weather with these exciting outdoor events below!  Whether it’s a bow-wow kind of bike tour, a muddy and messy obstacle course, a walk to encourage talk about AIDS prevention and treatment, or a happy-go-lucky harvest festival, Portland has got it going on this month!

    • Sit.  Stay.  Go!  Get ready for the best dog-gone bike tour, Tour de Lab, Portland has to offer for dog lovers!  Who let the dogs out is right!  Lucky Labrador is hosting 19-40 miles of fun September 7 for their one-of-a-kind dog-themed bike extravaganza.  Be prepared to come in costume!  A pair of dog ears and attachable tail will do, but if you’re feeling frisky, paint on a nose and whiskers too.  No (real) dogs allowed though.  Finish the race earlier than 3:45pm and you’ll be eligible to compete in a costume contest and everyone receives free beer and hotdogs!
    • Go big or go home at the Warrior Dash September 6!  The three-mile outrageous obstacle race, also known as the largest in the world, promises to push your every limit.  With obstacles such as the barricade breakdown, giant cliffhanger, great warrior wall, plunge, vicious valleys, road rage, warrior peak and warrior roast (where you literally jump over fire)…you’re not even there yet and you already feel exhausted!  The good news is if you survive there is a post-race party that provides juicy turkey legs, endless amounts of beer and live music.
    • Come support a great cause, the annual AIDS Walk Portland September 6!  Not only does the walk hope to spread awareness about AIDS, it also hopes to raise $500,000 to fight the epidemic.  There are several ways you can contribute.  Individuals can receive generous prizes by earning points for each dollar they raise, the number of posts put on Facebook, referring friends to sign up and sending emails through the website encouraging friends to donate, register or join a team.  So grab your friends and family members and walk your way to a better and brighter future for those in need.
    • Grape stomping competitions, barrel rolling races, watermelon eating contests and helicopter rides?  An artists market, magician, music, entertainment and wine, beer, and food tastings?  Carlton Crush Harvest Festival, held on September 13, is definitely a family-friendly event worth checking out!  Celebrating agriculture, sustainability and the annual harvest, this has tons of fun to offer and all of it is free!

    Be sure to check out for more fun events!  Get your art fix at the Pearl District Art Festival, nerd out at Rose City Comic Con, drink it up at the Hops Festival, color yourself crazy at the 5K Run or Dye race, and much, much more!

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