WEEKEND WARRIORS 3/22-3/24/13
at Warehouse Cafe. Weaving together live music, puppetry, and
interactive storytelling, Red Yarn teaches positive values while
reviving American folklore for a younger generation. Friday 10am. $5
Enjoy free admission to the Portland Art Museum. Friday 5-8pm.
Dragon Theater Puppet Shows at Playdate PDX. Friday 6-6:45pm. Show is free to the public, play area and food at venue extra.
Guided Nature Walk at Tryon Creek: Ethnobotany.
Kids' Storytime at Powell's Books on Burnside. Join for a reading of A Little Book of Sloth by Lucy Cooke. Saturday 11am. Free!
Send up the signal in the sky, its time for Superhero Celebration at The Portland Children's Museum! Dust off your super costume and unite with other cape crusaders! Meet out-of-this-world guests and create your very own a one-of-a-kind superhero cape. Saturday 11am-2pm. Free with admission ($9).
All American Magic and Ventriloquist Show. The two hour family show is filled with mind bending illusion, music, dazzling assistants and audience participation, plus the side splitting comedy magic and ventriloquism. Saturday at 1pm and 5pm. $8 children & Seniors, $14 adults, $45 family.
Vernal Equinox Celebrations at L.L. 'Stub' Stewart State Park and Rooster Rock State Park. From beginners to experts of all ages, here's your opportunity to view the stars and other celestial objects up close and personal through telescopes. Viewing begins at sunset. $5 car parking fee.
Spring Whale Watch Week. Cetacea-loving volunteers help spot whales at 24 sites along the Oregon Coast. March 23-30,
Make a Snake Mobile at Lan Su Chinese Garden. Create a twirling, colorful paper mobile for the Year of the Snake. Sunday 1-3pm. Free with admission.