To Do: September 2019

September 7th on SW Main Street in Tigard. Experience Downtown Tigard’s largest event! Over 170 local businesses, nonprofits and organizations will take to the streets at the 8th Annual Tigard Street Fair. This day of fun is for the whole family featuring a bounce house for the kids, a beer & wine garden for the adults, as well as food trucks and live entertainment throughout the day. Stay for the after-party, fiesta style, as the Latino Festival kicks it into high gear with local sensation Pa’lante.

Feast Portland

September 12th - 15th at various Portland locations. Celebrate food, drinks and community at the best food festival in the country! Through expansive one-of-a-kind large-scale events, intimate hands-on classes and collaborative dinners and thought-provoking panels, Feast has welcomed guests from around the globe and donated more than $450,000 to hunger relief charities helping to fight hunger in Oregon.

Belmont Street Fair

September 14th on Belmont Street between SE 33rd and SE 39th. The Belmont Street Fair is the final Portland street fair of the season and it is sure to be an amazing time!! Enjoy great food and drinks, local arts, many vendors and live music while Belmont Street becomes pedestrian only for the day. This event is family friendly and fun for all ages!


September 21st & 22nd at the Portland Saturday Market. Spirits Fest highlights local distillers who are shaking up Portland’s vibrant scene. It is all about meeting the makers of the local crafted spirits and the wonderful concoctions people can create using local spirits. Each distiller will have a signature cocktails to tantalize your taste buds. Tastings are free, but you can purchase cocktails and bottles too. This is a FREE event, entrance with valid 21+ ID. Even better, you will get to experience all of the fun of the Saturday Market as well!

Portland Polish Festival

September 21st & 22nd at 3900 N Interstate Avenue. Each year, the Polish Festival features authentic Polish food, live music and dance performances, exhibits about Polish history and culture, activities for children, polka contests, local merchants, and a beer garden. Eat some pierogi (dumplings, cheese & potato and cabbage & mushroom), bigos, kielbasa, golabki (cabbage rolls), or placki ziemniaczane (potato pancakes). Pair that with some Polish beer, and don't forget to save room for desert!