Portland always has a variety of fun events taking place, no matter what day of the week it is. If your weekend is feeling a little empty, check out these five fun activities taking place today.
Sunday, December 22
What: The first half of class will be focused on a slow vinyasa flow, and the second half will be a deeper stretch and opening, allowing the body to passively receive the medicine of yin yoga.
Where: 635 Northwest 23rd Avenue, Portland
Admission: Free. Register here
What: Midnight gravy is a late-night stand-up showcase featuring Mark Normand and Curtis Cook.
Where: 4800 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland
Admission: $0 to $5. Buy tickets here
What: The smash hit, Tony Award-winning Matilda the Musical is about to spark a revolt on the NWCT stage. An inspiring, heart-breaking, captivating masterpiece, Matilda revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination, and a girl who won’t let being “little” stop her from putting an unjust world right.
Where: 1819 NW Everett Street, Portland
Admission: $9.50 to $11.50. Buy tickets here
What: If you’re craving paella, then hit up Bar Casa Vale for their Paella nights. They have vegan options too!
Where: 215 Southeast 9th Avenue, Portland
Admission: Reserve a table here
What: Queer Eye for the Magi is a holiday show like no other. Portland singers Dru Rutledge and Jimmy Wilcox are back with new music and even more hijinks than last year’s sold-out shows. This year will be bigger and better as they will be joined by the fabulous and fierce Monét X Change, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars – Season 4. It will be an outlandish evening of holiday songs and drag performances. It’s the perfect way to celebrate the holigays.
Where: 3017 SE Milwaukie Avenue, Portland
Admission: $25 to $80. Buy tickets here