FRI MAR 30: Dolores Screening at Clinton Street Theater 1976-George Ballis / Take Stock / The Image Works

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28

Pop-Up Zine Fair
For an immersive glimpse into the work done by Know Your City, pop into this pop-up zine fair featuring their publications—including Oregon History Comics, youth-created children’s books, and Comics for Change. Plus, score discounted tickets to upcoming walking tours and enjoy a cider in support of future funding! Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider, 1813 NE 2nd, 5-8:15 pm, FREE

Pints for Parkinson’s Kick-off Party
Even though the Blazers’ 13-game winning streak came to an end last week, you can still prove you’re not a fair-weather fan by showing up to watch tonight’s game and help kick off Pints for Parkinson’s. During the months of April and May, you can stop by a handful of participating locations and indulge in pints that give back to the Brian Grant Foundation. Admission gets you inside and light appetizers, plus two drink tickets. Urban Studio, 935 NW Davis, 6-9 pm, $25-30

Queer Town Hall: Politics at the Intersection
Basic Rights Oregon has organized a town hall for LGBTQ folks and allies to engage in conversations at the intersections of LGBTQ identity. POC and LGBTQ legislators in attendance will include Representatives Diego Hernandez and Karin A. Power, Senators Lew Frederick and James I. Manning Jr., and many more! Smith Memorial Student Union at Portland State University, 1825 SW Broadway, 6-8 pm, FREE


THURSDAY, MARCH 29

Real Choice Initiative (RCI) Open House
RCI is a disability justice organization run by and for people with disabilities. They focus on supporting independent living, and tonight will discuss housing advocacy, person-centered service provisions, and Multnomah County’s inventory of accessible housing. SEIU Local, 6401 SE Foster, 6-8 pm, FREE


FRIDAY, MARCH 30

Dolores Screening for PCUN
Si se puede!” It’s a legendary phrase originally uttered by United Farmer Workers co-founder Dolores Huerta (and often wrongfully credited to co-labor leader, César Chavez). In many ways, Huerta is a hidden figure, but this documentary sheds light on her many achievements and her contributions to defending labor and women’s rights and fighting police brutality. Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton, 7-9:30 pm, $5-15 suggested donation

Cosmic Collaboration Release Party
Enjoy Crimson Star Hazy Double Pomegranate IPA, a collaborative beer from Ecliptic Brewing and Reuben’s Brews, in support of no-kill dog shelter One Tail at a Time PDX. For every pint or bottle that’s purchased, $1 will be donated back OTAT PDX. Beer Bunker, 7918 SE Stark, 6-8 pm, FREE

Foxfest III: A Hip-Hop Benefit for Morpheus Youth Project
Get down to some of the city’s best underground hip-hop at this benefit show for Morpheus Youth Project, a program that brings culturally relevant art and hip-hop to incarcerated and at-risk youth. No cover, but a portion of bar sales will be donated to the org. Starday Tavern, 6517 SE Foster, 9 pm-midnight, FREE


SATURDAY, MARCH 31

Benefit Concert for Transition Projects
Soak up the sounds of Pete Krebs and His Portland Playboys, along with the Hot Lovin’ Jazz Babies, at a show benefiting Transition Projects and their many resources for people experiencing homelessness. The Secret Society, 116 NE Russell, 9 pm, $20-25

WIC Family Day in the Garden
Tour the Mudbone Grown farm and community gardens with the Oregon Food Bank at this educational workshop. In addition to trying new foods, attendees will be able to take some home. And as an added bonus, participants in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) will earn a nutrition credit by attending! Oregon Food Bank, 7900 NE 33rd, 10 am-noon, FREE

Balikbayan: Send Us Home
Filipina Collective GABRIELA Portland and George Fox University will host a benefit dinner to raise funds for their balikbayan, or homecoming, to the Philippines this summer. Each year, the organization sends different delegates on immersive trips to engage and better understand the conditions of Filipino people. Back in Portland, they offer exposure to the issues and share their struggles with greater audiences, in hopes of mutual liberation for all. SEIU Local, 6401 SE Foster, 5:30-9 pm, $20-30


TUESDAY, APRIL 3

Grassroots Organizing in Puerto Rico After Maria
Daniel Orsini, an organizer from Puerto Rico with Centro de Apoyo Mutuo (CAM, Center of Mutual Support), is currently hosting conversations up and down the West Coast. In Portland, Orsini will discuss the most effective strategies for grassroots organizing in Puerto Rico—particularly in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria—and share the accomplishments of his own project and similar projects. Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th, 6-7:30 pm, FREE

Transit, Housing, and You
A new MAX line may launch in Southwest Portland or Tigard. The effects of transit and housing justice are complicated, so Momentum Alliance, Unite Oregon, and several other organizations will lead tonight’s informative discussion for residents of the affected areas. Free childcare, food, and Spanish language interpretation will be offered. St. Anthony Catholic Church, 9905 SW McKenzie, Tigard, 6-9 pm, FREE