Weekend Assembly is a five piece, cross-genre, cross-generational musical project that blends roots rock with blues, country, folk and indie music.”

O’Neil Public House, 6000 NE Glisan * 9:30 pm – 1 am * free



Portland Metro Arts’ Once Upon a Time Family Theatre presents: “The Princess Who Never Smiled.” “There’s always a slight twist to the traditional story that keeps these productions fresh. Though simply produced, these delightful and engaging productions will soon have everyone fully absorbed in the interaction of live theatre.” For more information and tickets, click here.

9003 SE Stark St * 11:30 am * adults $2, youth $1


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“Are you struggling with everyday needs? Are you needing help, but don’t know where to find it? Our Pantry wants to help! You are important to us. We want to unite and share the Light of hope to those in our community. Join us for a free dinner on Saturday, April 1. We look forward to meeting you! For more information, please call: 503-442-8228.”

Portland Open Bible Church, 3223 Se 92nd Ave* 3 pm – 6 pm * free


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“Artist Dave Ewing and spent years editing Back to the Future I, II, and III together chronologically. Like a secret message from the cosmos, from the middle section of this meticulous recut emerged a fourth fully formed film with its own brilliant story arc. Must be seen to be fully comprehended. Great Scott!”

Milepost 5 Theater, 8155 NE Oregon * 6 pm – 10 pm * free



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Along with seven other great second-run films, Academy Theater is showing 1988’s “They Live.”

“A homeless drifter discovers a reason for the ever-widening gap between the rich and the poor: a conspiracy by non-human aliens who have infiltrated American society in the guise of wealthy yuppies.”  

Academy Theater, 7818 SE Stark * 9:40 pm * adults $4, seniors and children $3