• Demimonde is hosting a li'l open house holiday event, with 20 percent off storewide, including the awesome in-house line of Native American/art deco-inspired jewelry. Demimonde, 2428 NE Broadway, Wed Dec 4, 5-9 pm

• Twenty-five businesses (Demimonde, Soho Boutique, Golden, Sweet Jayne, Here We Go Again, Kitchen Kaboodle, and more) are banding together for Ladies' Night Out, with 15-20 percent discounts, among other deals, and food and drink specials at area participants like Great Wine Buys and Hale Pele, so you can graze as you shop. NE Broadway, Wed Dec 4, 5-9 pm, nebroadway.com

• Mabel & Zora is hosting what they're calling their biggest party yet, with A Yen for Chocolate handing out sweets, champagne and Widmer Brothers beer a'flowing, samples of the famously fancy-pants La Mer line of skincare, and other specials. Cocktail attire is requested. Mabel & Zora, 748 NW 11th, Thurs Dec 5, 5-8 pm

• Portland's hardest-partying shoe source, Solestruck, is hosting its first-ever holiday bazaar with an array of party favors and guest vendors like Imaginary Authors, Reif, and Seaecho—the latter two, along with men's neckwear company PINO, have custom Solestruck exclusives in the works, too. Solestruck, 417 SW 13th, Thurs Dec 5, 7 pm

• Should you find yourself walking the First Thursday beat in the Pearl tonight, you'll encounter a handful of shops' holiday open-house events, such as at FlairWalk, which is giving a sneak peek of a mysterious new Portland fashion designer, dessert, drinks, discounts, and a raffle for $100 good in the store. FlairWalk, 1023 NW 11th, Thurs Dec 5, 5:30-8:30 pm

• Surprisingly, this event isn't a bazaar or pop-up shop. It's a good old-fashioned runway show, something we are otherwise usually deprived of this time of year. Communion will be featuring clothing from their current season, though, so if you see something you like, 'tis still the season... Dig a Pony, 736 SE Grand, Thurs Dec 5, 8 pm

• There are other things to celebrate this month, you know. Like the repeal of Prohibition! Goorin Bros. is hosting a speakeasy-themed launch party to commemorate the anniversary of the 21st Amendment's demise, featuring its new Repeal of Prohibition holiday collection. Whisper the code "scofflaw" to try the '20s-themed party's special secret cocktail. Goorin Bros., 808 NW 23rd, Thurs Dec 5, 6-9 pm

Yo Vintage! is pairing up with home goods website Nice Work (Nice Work, Yo!) for a month-long pop-up of "all things rad." The kickoff goes down as part of First Thursday, or stop in post-party for a mellower to-do. Yo Vintage!, 413 SW 13th, Thurs Dec 5, 6-9 pm

• Eight of the businesses on one of Portland's newest shopping avenues are hosting the annual Shop Williams Late. Shops like Ink & Peat, Lodekka. Myoptic, and SpielWerk Toys will stay open late as well as offer 20 percent discounts. N Williams between Shaver & Beech, Fri Dec 6, 6:30-9:30 pm

Give Good Gift is a standout, with vendors including Portland Apothecary, Oso Market, Mazama, Lowell, Imogene + Willie, Hand-Eye Supply, Jacobsen Salt, Fieldwork Flowers, Bridge & Burn, AK Vintage... the list goes on and on. Union/Pine, 525 SE Pine, Fri Dec 6, 6-10 pm, Sat Dec 7, 10 am-3 pm

• Northeast vintage store Patti Smith West is re-launching its annual artists' trunk show, Knick Knack Patti Whack, featuring an eclectic mix of clothing, jewelry, and knickknacks served alongside the customary refreshments. This edition features Nicole Carlon, Nancy Goldman, Trina Hesson, Moss and Mirror, and Serge Sisters. Patti Smith West, 3746 NE 42nd, Fri Dec 6, 6-9 pm, Sat Dec 7, 11 am-6 pm

• If you've got anything denim on your list, here's a happy coincidence: Agave Denim is hosting its annual winter warehouse sale with 40-80 percent off denim, knits, sweaters, and jackets for men and women. You'll also get an additional discount for donating clean used jeans, which are donated to nonprofits. Agave Warehouse, 6210 S 11th, Ridgefield, WA, Fri Dec 6 & Sat Dec 7, 9 am-5 pm

• Not Quite Neon is hosting the Not Quite Christmas holiday pop-up, featuring the in-house Winifred Jewelry line, Kat Seale Collections, vintage treasures, and specialty wine with local cheese, chocolate, and crackers (oh yum). Not Quite Neon, 811 E Burnside, Ste. 221, Fri Dec 6, 5-9 pm, Sat Dec 7, 2-8 pm

• The Portland Bazaar is huge, hosting heaps of design-friendly vendors over three days (it has the Design*Sponge seal of approval). It's basically a one-stop best of the city, drawing in vendors who are makers as well as shops in their own right. (A very brief list: OLO Fragrance, Ampersand Vintage, Poler, the Good Flock, Beam & Anchor.) The Bazaar opens Friday with a pay-to-play ticket price, or come for free throughout the rest of the weekend. 217 NE 8th, #101, Fri Dec 6, 5-9 pm, $10, Sat Dec 7 & Sun Dec 8, 9 am-4 pm

• The Peninsula School Holiday Bazaar will give you the opportunity to peruse goods inspired by Latino traditions and art, plus live music, a bake sale, raffle, and more. Peninsula School, 8125 N Emerald, Sat Dec 7, 9:30 am-3 pm

• Mink is hosting their daylong holiday party with sweets, champagne, 15 percent off dresses and holiday attire, and a free gift with purchase. Mink, 3418 SE Hawthorne, Sat Dec 7, 10 am-7 pm

• Every year we get a chance to support the budding artists of da Vinci Arts Middle School with their annual holiday arts fair, featuring more than 70 juried artists from the region selling ceramics, clocks, soaps, and more, plus live music and student artwork for sale. da Vinci Arts Middle School, 2508 NE Everett, Sat Dec 7, 10 am-5 pm, Sun Dec 8, 10 am-4 pm

• A diverse group of local designers are throwing open the doors for an open house and holiday shopping, with jewelry, art, hand-crafted dolls, vintage, and more from vendors like Reif and Heather Goodwind. 3403 NE 56th, Sat Dec 7 & Sun Dec 8, 1-6 pm