Silicat Valley Cat Con - July 27-28, 2019, 11am - 5pm
Club Auto Sport Event Center, 521 Charcot Ave., San Jose CA 95131
Cats | Art | Music plus a full bar serving Meowmosas and Meowgaritas all weekend long. Part comic-con, part adoption event, part music & art festival...Silicat Valley Cat Convention is an event for cat, music and art lovers alike.
Homer Davenport Community Festival - Aug 2-4, 2019
Coolidge and McClain Park, Silverton OR 97381
The first full weekend in August is always a hot time in Oregon’s coolest small town, Historic Silverton. And this year will be no different! Silverton’s Annual Homer Davenport Community Festival boasts an impressive line-up of family-friendly small-town activities. From Homer’s 10K Fun Run and Crafts Fair to the Horses and a Parade!
Englewood Forest Festival - Aug 10, 2019, 10am - 4pm
Englewood Forest Park, 1298 19th St NE, Salem, OR
Free Art, Environmental and Community Festival in Englewood Park. Music, Art Vendors, Food Trucks and free Family-Friendly Activities for all ages.
Oregon Bunny Palooza 2019 - Sept 1, 2019, 11am - 4pm
Oak Parks Dance Pavillion
7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland OR 97202
Enjoy a fun-filled day of activities, pet rabbit care education, vendors, a silent auction, raffle, adoptable rabbits, and much more! It’s all about the bunnies!
Jordan Scio Chicken Run Fly-in - Sept 22, 2019 - 10:30am - 3pm
Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 39043 Jordan Rd, Scio OR
85th annual cruise in / fly in and chicken dinner!
POP Cats - Sept 28, 2019 10am - 7pm & Sept 29, 2019 11am - 5pm
Oregon Convention Center, Portland OR
POP Cats 2019 Portland - A fun-packed festival fueled by the spirit of cats, pop, and art! You’ll love the cat playgrounds, artists, music, photo ops, artisans, brands, workshops, influencers, cat adoptions, tattoos, and more! A portion of profits benefits participating cat organizations.
Christmas Mouse Holiday Market - Nov 8-10, 2019
5605 Jubilee Dr. SE Turner, OR
Historic Turner Tabernacle & Pioneer Hall
The market offers a wide variety of handcrafted and locally produced items. Enjoy lunch at the Country Mouse Café. The holiday market takes place in two historic buildings: Turner Tabernacle (1891) and Pioneer Hall (1886).