Cuddle up by the fire in this decorative throw blanket from Seek and Swoon. We love the geometric pattern and chic design from this Portland company, and it comes in many colors and patterns so you can choose the best style for your home.
No holiday gathering is complete without a signature cocktail to thrill your guests. This cocktail set from Bull in China PDX will help you do just that. The set is equipped with all the essentials to complete your home bar and make a killer drink, as well as a complementary cocktail recipe.
The 37th Annual Holidays at the Capitol will run from November 27 to December 21, with a detailed performance schedule available online. The building will also be open to view the holiday lights and train from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The Holiday Ale Festival takes place in Pioneer Square, the heart of downtown Portland, November 28 to December 2. This evening event might be a little chilly, but well worth a trip. Cozy up to the heaters under the tent and take in the city lights with the region’s largest decorated Christmas tree as the backdrop. There will be food vendors, craft booths and a root beer garden for minors. Many of the beers available for tasting are special releases just for the event.
The Frozen Trail Run Fest on December 8 takes you through the muddy trails of Buford Park at Mt. Pisgah in Eugene with scenic winter trails and a variety of terrain. Run lengths are 5K, 15K, 25K and 50K.
Show your statehood pride with an Oregon concrete soy candle from Pine District Botanicals. This accent item is sure to enhance your space, with a hand-poured base and wood wick, which gives these a fun crackle sound as they burn for sixty hours. They’re only $15 and you get to choose your own scent!
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