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The Big Lebowski at Hollywood Theater with Land Gallery

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Skin Care Routine: Men’s Skin Care Class at The Herb Shoppe

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Tarot Thursdays at Flutter!

Lebowskiland Art Show at Land Gallery

Winemaker Dinner with Crowley Wines at Quaintrelle

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Live Music & Fundraiser for Jefferson High School Art Department at Cherry Sprout

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Tarot Thursdays at Flutter

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Live Art Jam at PDXchange – fair & square

Traveling Alchemist at Paxton Gate PDX

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Tarot Thursdays at Flutter

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17th Annual Mississippi Street Fair!

Women’s Intro to Electrical for Homeowners at ReBuilding Center

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Trivia Night at Moloko with Proceeds Going to Q Center

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Tarot Thursdays at Flutter

Winemaker Dinner with Brianne Day of Day Wines at Quaintrelle

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Women’s Networking Event at Moloko

Intro to Woodworking: Divided Boxes at ReBuilding Center

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Intro to Woodworking: Rough Lumber to Finish Material at ReBuilding Center

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Tarot Thursdays at Flutter

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Open Mic at Nalu Kava Bar

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Every Tuesday at She Bop the Shop: 10% of sales go to In Other Words Feminist Community Center

No Bones Beach Club – Happy Hour! Tuesday – Friday from 4pm – 6pm

No Bones Beach Club’s non-profit of the month benefits different animal rescues every month. This month, it’s Meow Village, a cat rescue in Aurora, Oregon!

Tues-Friday 4:00-6:00pm (and all day Monday!) The Rambler – 4205 n Mississippi Ave: Happy Hour! $1 off beer, well drinks and specialty cocktails. Plus great deals on food! ramblerbar.com

Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 9-late, MOLOKO (3967 N Mississippi): DJ’s, playing an eclectic mix of vinyl

This month, SUNLAN LIGHTING’s fun window displays will feature Santa’s visit, along with the Sunlan family of motion dolls! The theme this year is world religions – “We are all children of the Earth. Respect each other’s beliefs.”

Mississippi Ave