Summer is still kicking in Portland. Let’s get the most out of the sunshine while we can. There are endless amounts of sober activities to do here in PDX this August. Here are a few options for some end of summer fun in our wonderful city and beyond.
Dancers in the Moonlight (August 1-4)
If you’re into the art of movement, Dancers in the Moonlight is not to be missed. Located in Mary S. Young Park in West Linn, these performances are innovative and involve all kinds of aerial moves. Also, you get to watch incredible dancing while under the light of the moon. Who doesn’t love an outdoor performance?
Mother Earth News Fair (August 3-4)
Into green living? Mother Earth News fair is all about sustainable lifestyles, organic gardening, and healthy agricultural practices. This fair is located about an hour south of the city and has all of your green living events and education.
Beloved Festival (August 9-12)
If you love spiritual music, yoga, and all things new age, you might consider attending the Beloved Festival. With 53 musical acts, a yoga pavilion, a sacred fire, and an all-night dance, there’s something for every spiritual curiosity.
Alberta Street Fair (August 10)
This sweet street fair is filled with local products and vendors with food, arts, and socializing. Located in the heart of Portland on NE Alberta Street.
Concerts on Main Street (Wednesdays, starting July 10th)
Every Wednesday, hear live music on SW Main Street. It’s free and promises good vibes and tunes.
These are just a few of the many events happening in August in our corner of the country. There are also outdoor movies, concerts, and cultural events. Don’t forget to spend time outdoors, head to the coast, hike in the mountains, and wander around the bustling streets of PDX. August is one of the hottest and most vibrant months in our city and there are endless options for sober fun.
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