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Tuesday
Jun 27
Resist Trump Happy Hour
Church Bar

Join the staff and supporters of the Working Families Party for a once-a-month community happy hour where we can come together to talk about the issues that matter. We want to hear how you are engaging with the #Resist movement!

This time we will be in NE Portland at Church Bar on Sandy from 5-7pm!

There will be happy hour food and drink available, featured speakers, and a great opportunity to get to meet other Working Families Party supporters to decompress, plan, and organize. Come have a drink with us!

We hope to see you there!


Oregon Working Families Party - The WFP is a grassroots, independent political party that fights for good jobs, good schools, and affordable health care for all. Join us!

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Wednesday
Jul 12
Beaverton Drinking Liberally High Summer Hang Out
Lodge at Cascade Brewing

Join Drinking Liberally Beaverton for our July meeting. No guest this month but there's plenty to discuss in the world of politics so let's just hang out and shoot the breeze over some beers.

To find us in Raccoon Lodge (7424 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy, Portland OR 97225), go in the main entrance and walk upstairs. We will be in a semi-private area to the left of the upstairs bar. There is ample parking next to the building. You can also get personalized directions at http://www.raclodge.com/index.php?p=contact.

Come for the discussion and to talk politics over a beer with a friendly crowd. Bring your friends - All are welcome!

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Thursday
Jul 13
Clean Air Volunteer Happy Hour!
The Oregon Public House, 700 NE Dekum

Clean Air Lovers and Warriors! As the legislature winds down, please join us to recuperate, commiserate and re-sharpen the spears to make the final push on the Cleaner Air Oregon rulemaking! This work is far from over, and we need all hands on deck. So NCA would like to by you a drink and discuss how you can get involved with our fight for clean air!


Neighbors for Clean Air - Creating a healthier Oregon through the reduction of air pollution. Visit us at whatsinourair.org

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Friday
Jul 14
Portland Democratic Socialists of America Happy Hour
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub 915 SE Hawthorne

Come socialize with socialists!

Prior to the happy hour, we will be joining the Burgerville Workers Union picket. We will meet at the SE 92nd and Powell MAX Station. More information on the picket here: https://www.facebook.com/events/802032203278836/?active_tab=about

Following the picket, we'll head over to Lucky Lab for our regular happy hour, though please note that we plan to meet at 8 instead of 7 this time.

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Tuesday
Jul 25
Resist Trump Happy Hour
Suki's Bar, 2401 SW 4th

Join the staff and supporters of the Working Families Party for a once-a-month community happy hour where we can come together to talk about the issues that matter. We want to hear how you are engaging with the #Resist movement!

This time we will be in SW Portland at Suki's Bar -2401 SW 4th Ave from 5-7pm!

There will be happy hour food and drink available, featured speakers, and a great opportunity to get to meet other Working Families Party supporters to decompress, plan, and organize. Come have a drink with us!

We hope to see you there!


The Oregon Working Families Party is a grassroots, independent political party that fights for good jobs, good schools, and affordable health care for all. Join us!

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Wednesday
Aug 9
9th Annual Pink Party to benefit Planned Parenthood Portland!
Dig A Pony, 736 SE Grand

The Pink Party is back! This family-friendly happy hour will feature drink specials, the ever-popular photo booth, face painting, raffle prizes, all-ages games and the talents of DJ Moodytwoshoes and DJ Graceless!

The Pink Party is the largest annual fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon's award-winning Multnomah County Leadership & Advocacy Team, which works to keep Oregon the No. 1 state in the nation for reproductive freedom and birth control access. Learn how you can join us at the local level to make a real difference in promoting access to lifesaving, affordable, nonjudgmental health services.

  • WHAT: 9th Annual Pink Party
  • WHEN: 5-8pm Wednesday, August 9th
  • WHERE: Dig a Pony, 736 SE Grand Ave., Portland
  • COST: $5 general admission, $10 VIP admission (includes a limited-edition "Don't F@#^ With Us. Don't F@#^ Without Us" notebook), FREE for kids younger than 10

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization formed as the political arm of Planned Parenthood.

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Friday
Aug 18
Portland Democratic Socialists Happy Hour
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub 915 SE Hawthorne

Come socialize with socialists!


Portland Democratic Socialists of America is a local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the US. We organize together for economic and social justice in Portland and nation-wide.

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Tuesday
Aug 29
Resist Trump Happy Hour
The Waypost, 3120 N Williams

Join the staff and supporters of the Working Families Party for a once-a-month community happy hour where we can come together to talk about the issues that matter. We want to hear how you are engaging with the #Resist movement!

This time we will be in N Portland at The Waypost from 5-7pm!

There will be happy hour food and drink available (taco tuesday!), featured speakers, and a great opportunity to get to meet other Working Families Party supporters to decompress, plan, and organize. Come have a drink with us!

We welcome presentations from members and friends of the Party on campaigns, organizations and projects that relate to our core values and the Resistance movement. If you are working on something you would like to present at this event, please email Hannah at: Oregon@workingfamilies.org

We hope to see you there!

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Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG)'s Portland Election Watch Happy Hour & Fundraiser
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub 915 SE Hawthorne

PORTLANDIANS & Oregonians!: Interested in ensuring fair elections in our country? Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) Foundation is launching a groundbreaking, non-partisan Election Watch program and we need your help! http://www.lawyersforgoodgovernment.org/

Think voter suppression and erosion of voting rights cannot happen in Oregon? Think again.

Exhibit 1: Oregon Proof of Citizenship to Vote Initiative. Signatures are now being sought to put this on the 2018 ballot. It calls for CLEARING Oregon's Voter Rolls by 2020, at which time anyone wanting to vote MUST register (again), but this time with proof of US citizenship. Let that sink in.

We will be discussing this issue, and other voting issues - as well as the new non-partisan ELECTION WATCH program - on 8/29, 6-8 pm at the Lucky Lab SE. The event is FREE and more info is in the "about" section in this post.

Election Watch will be the first nationwide program to ensure that at least one trained volunteer lawyer is in every county in the U.S. for the purpose of proactively addressing voter suppression BEFORE an election, as opposed to litigating after the damage is done. http://www.lawyersforgoodgovernment.org/blog/electionwatch

Come to the Portland Election Watch #SpiritedVoting HAPPY HOUR & Fundraiser event on 8/29 at the SE location of “Lucky Lab” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. to learn more about the program and help us raise the money we need to get it off the ground. The suggested donation for this event is $20, but feel free to donate MORE, or less. You can donate online here: http://www.lawyersforgoodgovernment.org/donate OR bring cash or a check made out to "Lawyers for Good Government Foundation."

Hope to see you there!

#SpiritedVoting is a fundraising effort to support Election Watch, a project by the Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) Foundation, which is organized as a nonprofit and is seeking a 501(c)(3) tax-exemption designation. Upon the Foundation's receipt of an exemption determination from the IRS, contributions will be tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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Tuesday
Sep 5
Re- Legalizing Housing Options in Portland, the Happy Hour
Pizza Baron

NOTE: Please click the tickets link (event is free!) to the EventBrite page and reserve your spot. Space is limited. We will book more HH's if there is demand!

  • Having trouble paying your rent?
  • Can't afford to buy?
  • Need better access to transit?

Portland faces a housing shortage. And many Portlanders don't like McMansions going up on their streets, especially when they replace otherwise good structures. Portlanders also wonder sometimes why more neighborhoods in the city aren't being built to resemble the now-expensive ones within a few miles of downtown that are in such high demand. The reason is that it's currently illegal to build neighborhoods like those.

In 1959, Portland banned most new small multifamily dwellings like duplexes, four-plexes and internal home divisions -- the same small, efficient homes that continue to make corner stores and frequent buses viable in Portland's most beloved, walkable neighborhoods. Neighborhoods built out under newer, less-dense zoning rules might never support frequent buslines ... unless we change the rules.

Join Portland for Everyone on Tuesday September 5 at Pizza Baron, near SE Divison & 122nd, for a short presentation and community discussion around Portland's brief window of opportunity to re-legalize aspects of the city we love. A representative from the Portland for Everyone campaign will present, followed by a discussion and Q&A.

Doors Open with Food & Beverages: 6:00 pm Presentation: 6:30 pm Discussion: Following presentation/ Until 7:30 pm

We will focus on the decisions being made soon through the Residential Infill Project, a once-in-a-generation chance to once again allow more types of "missing middle" housing in more of the city: more affordable, lower-profile, energy-efficient homes that would help more of us age in place and give developers something better to build than another McMansion. We will also beirfly touch on the changes that may happen in Portland's multi-dwelling (apartment) zones.

Please RSVP here so we know to plan for you!!

2017-2018 presents a rare but brief window of opportunity: Portland will be making critical land use and policy decisions over the next 18 months that will impact our city’s livability for decades. To ensure a Portland that is affordable and accessible for all residents, our civic leaders can and must do more.

About the campaign: Portland for Everyone, a project of 1000 Friends of Oregon, is a growing coalition of organizations and community groups that support diverse, abundant, and affordable housing options citywide, and connecting them with opportunities to share their stories and take action.

Portland can learn from both the successes of other cities and regions that face similar challenges. We can and must make the right choices on landmark land-use decisions: One set of choices will strengthen the ability of all to live, work, and play throughout Portland, with increased access to reliable transportation and open spaces. Another set of choices will squeeze those of middle and low incomes out of the city and increase homelessness, with disproportionate impact on people of color, immigrants and refugees, and the elderly, taking them away from employment centers, transportation options, and their communities. Together, we will encourage the City Council and other civic leaders to make inclusive and equitable decisions that will enable Portland to become a more equitable and affordable place. Visit the P4E website to take action now.

We hope to see you there!

Website
Thursday
Sep 7
Happy Hour with New Leaders Council - Portland
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub 915 SE Hawthorne

Please join us for Happy Hour at Lucky Lab to learn about the Portland chapter of New Leaders Council and the application process to become a 2018 NLC fellow. Feel free to drop in at any time to chat with former fellows and enjoy some appetizers and food on us!

New Leaders Council is a nationwide program designed to recruit, train, and promote the next generation of progressive leaders.

Applications to be a 2018 NLC Portland Fellow are are due by 11:59 PM EST on October 1, 2017. https://newleaderscouncil.nationbuilder.com/2018application

To find out more, see: http://www.newleaderscouncil.org/


New Leaders Council - Portland - NLC is the bench of talent for the progressive movement. Our alumni are leaders in business, politics, and media.

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Friday
Sep 15
Portland Democratic Socialists of America Happy Hour
Neat Pub

Come socialize with socialists! We have the entire space at Neat on Hawthorne reserved for us, so come hang out and bring your friends!


Portland Democratic Socialists of America
Portland DSA is a local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the US. We organize together for economic and social justice in Portland and nation-wide.

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Saturday
Sep 16
Karaoke Democrats Every 3rd Saturday
Catedral Tapatia, Vancouver

Karaoke with local Democrats!

We'll have plenty of opportunities to sing!

Cathedral Tapatia is located near the corner of Mill Plain and NE 164th Avenue in Fishers Landing

It's a really nice venue with a huge selection of songs

They even have Happy Hour Beer, Drinks & Apps on Saturday night

SEE THERE!

Please feel free to invite friends :)

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Monday
Sep 18
Women of KEEN Present: Diversity Matters Panel
KEEN, Inc. Headquarters

KEEN present Diversity Matters, a night of networking and conversation about diversity in the outdoor industry.

Please register here: http://www.keenfootwear.com/events/diversity-matters.html

4:00-4:30pm: Networking 4:30-5:15pm: Panel Discussion 5:15-6:00pm: Happy Hour

Discussion Panel:

  • Sally Johnson: Sr. Events Marketing Manager at REI
  • Casey Sheahan: President at KEEN
  • Sydney Clark: Diversity and Inclusion Manager at NOLS
  • James Edward Mills : Author and Founder of Joy Trip
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Tuesday
Sep 19
Taco Tuesday with New Leaders Council
White Owl Social Club

Please join us for Taco Tuesday at White Owl Social Club on Tuesday, September 19 and enjoy some free tacos on us! You will have the chance to meet board members, alumni, and prospective applicants while learning about the Portland chapter of NLC and the application process to become a 2018 NLC fellow.

New Leaders Council is a nationwide program designed to recruit, train, and promote the next generation of progressive leaders.

Applications to be a 2018 NLC Portland Fellow are due by 11:59 PM EST on October 1, 2017. https://newleaderscouncil.nationbuilder.com/2018application

  • January 27 & 28
  • February 24 & 25
  • March 24 & 25
  • April 28 & 29
  • May 19 & 20

New Leaders Council - Portland
NLC is the bench of talent for the progressive movement. Our alumni are leaders in business, politics, and media.

Website
Sunday
Oct 8
Sunday Funday for Our House
Crush Bar, 1400 SE Morrison St

Join us for a fun Sunday afternoon in support of HIV/AIDS services in Portland! 15% of sales from Crush Bar and Roost will go to Our House this afternoon.

This happy hour gets even happier hosted by Summer Lynne Seasons, and don't forget to enter the Funday Raffle to win fabulous prizes like a wine tasting at Abbey Creek Vineyard & Winery and a class package at Unfold Yoga Studio! Don't miss out!

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Thursday
Oct 12
Re- Legalizing Housing Options in Portland, the Happy Hour - advance RSVP
Pizza Baron

NOTE: Please click the tickets link (event is free!) to the EventBrite page and reserve your spot. Space is limited. We will book more HH's if there is demand!

Having trouble paying your rent?
Can't afford to buy?
Need better access to transit?

Portland faces a housing shortage. And many Portlanders don't like McMansions going up on their streets, especially when they replace otherwise good structures. Portlanders also wonder sometimes why more neighborhoods in the city aren't being built to resemble the now-expensive ones within a few miles of downtown that are in such high demand. The reason is that it's currently illegal to build neighborhoods like those.

In 1959, Portland banned most new small multifamily dwellings like duplexes, four-plexes and internal home divisions -- the same small, efficient homes that continue to make corner stores and frequent buses viable in Portland's most beloved, walkable neighborhoods. Neighborhoods built out under newer, less-dense zoning rules might never support frequent buslines ... unless we change the rules.

Join Portland for Everyone on Thursday October 12 at Pizza Baron, near SE Divison & 122nd, for a short presentation and community discussion around Portland's brief window of opportunity to re-legalize aspects of the city we love. A representative from the Portland for Everyone campaign will present, followed by a discussion and Q&A.

Doors Open with Food & Beverages: 6:00 pm
Presentation: 6:30 pm
Discussion: Following presentation/ Until 7:30 pm

We will focus on the decisions being made soon through the Residential Infill Project, a once-in-a-generation chance to once again allow more types of "missing middle" housing in more of the city: more affordable, lower-profile, energy-efficient homes that would help more of us age in place and give developers something better to build than another McMansion. We will also beirfly touch on the changes that may happen in Portland's multi-dwelling (apartment) zones.

Please RSVP here so we know to plan for you!! 2017-2018 presents a rare but brief window of opportunity: Portland will be making critical land use and policy decisions over the next 18 months that will impact our city’s livability for decades. To ensure a Portland that is affordable and accessible for all residents, our civic leaders can and must do more. About the campaign: Portland for Everyone, a project of 1000 Friends of Oregon, is a growing coalition of organizations and community groups that support diverse, abundant, and affordable housing options citywide, and connecting them with opportunities to share their stories and take action.

Portland can learn from both the successes of other cities and regions that face similar challenges. We can and must make the right choices on landmark land-use decisions: One set of choices will strengthen the ability of all to live, work, and play throughout Portland, with increased access to reliable transportation and open spaces. Another set of choices will squeeze those of middle and low incomes out of the city and increase homelessness, with disproportionate impact on people of color, immigrants and refugees, and the elderly, taking them away from employment centers, transportation options, and their communities. Together, we will encourage the City Council and other civic leaders to make inclusive and equitable decisions that will enable Portland to become a more equitable and affordable place. Visit the P4E website to take action now.

We hope to see you there!


Portland for Everyone
Nonprofit Organization
We support land use, policy, and funding decisions that will create abundant, diverse & affordable housing options for all Portlanders.

Website
Thursday
Oct 19
Happy Hour with Portland Tenants United
The Firkin Tavern

Have you been wanting to get more involved with PTU but not sure where to start? Join us for informal fun while getting questions you've got answered!

$1 off all draft beers and buy 1 get 1 half off entrees!

Open to members and non-members. Friends and friends of friends also welcome.

If you want to join the union, you can sign up online today and we'll have your union card ready at happy hour (Membership is sliding scale $5-$20/month. Low income waiver also available). Here is the link:

www.pdxtu.org/join

Cheers!


Portland Tenants United
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
Portland Tenants United is a growing tenants union dedicated to organizing tenants to take action to strengthen and enforce tenants rights and protections.

Website
Re- Legalizing Housing Options in Portland, the Happy Hour - advance RSVP
Duke's Country Bar

NOTE: Please click the tickets link (event is free!) to the EventBrite page and reserve your spot. Space is limited. We will book more HH's if there is demand!

Having trouble paying your rent?
Can't afford to buy?
Need better access to transit?

Portland faces a housing shortage. And many Portlanders don't like McMansions going up on their streets, especially when they replace otherwise good structures. Portlanders also wonder sometimes why more neighborhoods in the city aren't being built to resemble the now-expensive ones within a few miles of downtown that are in such high demand. The reason is that it's currently illegal to build neighborhoods like those.

In 1959, Portland banned most new small multifamily dwellings like duplexes, four-plexes and internal home divisions -- the same small, efficient homes that continue to make corner stores and frequent buses viable in Portland's most beloved, walkable neighborhoods. Neighborhoods built out under newer, less-dense zoning rules might never support frequent buslines ... unless we change the rules.

Join Portland for Everyone on Thursday October 12 at Pizza Baron, near SE Divison & 122nd, for a short presentation and community discussion around Portland's brief window of opportunity to re-legalize aspects of the city we love. A representative from the Portland for Everyone campaign will present, followed by a discussion and Q&A.

Doors Open with Food & Beverages: 6:00 pm
Presentation: 6:30 pm
Discussion: Following presentation/ Until 7:30 pm

We will focus on the decisions being made soon through the Residential Infill Project, a once-in-a-generation chance to once again allow more types of "missing middle" housing in more of the city: more affordable, lower-profile, energy-efficient homes that would help more of us age in place and give developers something better to build than another McMansion. We will also beirfly touch on the changes that may happen in Portland's multi-dwelling (apartment) zones.

Please RSVP here so we know to plan for you!!

2017-2018 presents a rare but brief window of opportunity: Portland will be making critical land use and policy decisions over the next 18 months that will impact our city’s livability for decades. To ensure a Portland that is affordable and accessible for all residents, our civic leaders can and must do more.

About the campaign: Portland for Everyone, a project of 1000 Friends of Oregon, is a growing coalition of organizations and community groups that support diverse, abundant, and affordable housing options citywide, and connecting them with opportunities to share their stories and take action.

Portland can learn from both the successes of other cities and regions that face similar challenges. We can and must make the right choices on landmark land-use decisions: One set of choices will strengthen the ability of all to live, work, and play throughout Portland, with increased access to reliable transportation and open spaces. Another set of choices will squeeze those of middle and low incomes out of the city and increase homelessness, with disproportionate impact on people of color, immigrants and refugees, and the elderly, taking them away from employment centers, transportation options, and their communities. Together, we will encourage the City Council and other civic leaders to make inclusive and equitable decisions that will enable Portland to become a more equitable and affordable place. Visit the P4E website to take action now.

We hope to see you there!

Website
Saturday
Oct 21
Karaoke Democrats Every 3rd Saturday
Catedral Tapatia, Vancouver

Karaoke with local Democrats!

We'll have plenty of opportunities to sing!

Cathedral Tapatia is located near the corner of Mill Plain and NE 164th Avenue in Fishers Landing

It's a really nice venue with a huge selection of songs

They even have Happy Hour Beer, Drinks & Apps on Saturday night

SEE THERE!

Please feel free to invite friends :)

Website
Tuesday
Oct 24
Resist Trump Happy Hour (Oregon Working Families Party)
The Firkin Tavern

Join the staff and supporters of the Working Families Party for a once-a-month community happy hour where we can come together to talk about the issues that matter. We want to hear how you are engaging with the #Resist movement!

This time we will be in SE Portland at The Firkin Tavern on Oct 24th* from 5-8pm!

There will be happy hour food and drink available, featured speakers, and a great opportunity to get to meet other Working Families Party supporters to decompress, plan, and organize. Come have a drink with us!

->We welcome presentations from members and friends of the Party on campaigns, organizations and projects that relate to our core values and the Resistance movement. If you are working on something you would like to present at this event, please email Hannah at: Oregon@workingfamilies.org

Website
Thursday
Oct 26
Urban League of Portland Young Professionals Happy Hour
Creepy's

Please RSVP: https://www.ulpdxyp.org/events-1/yp-halloween-happy-hour

This event is free and open to the public.

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Thursday
Nov 2
Branching Out Reception - a fundraiser for Rose Haven
Elephants on Corbett

Please Join us for a hosted happy hour and to kick off the giving season!

This annual event celebrates the 3,200 resilient women and children we are honored to help each year. Learn more about Rose Haven's mission, and our plans to continue empowering people to make meaningful change in their lives.

Bring a friend you would like to introduce to Rose Haven and help us branch out! Rose Haven supporters can connect and network to raise crucial funds for some of those most marginalized in our community.

Room and appetizers generously donated by Elephants Delicatessen.

It's never too Early to RSVP! contact Katie O'Brien at 503-997-5277 or kobrien@rosehaven.org.

Can't make it?

For only $189 we can serve a woman or child in crisis for an entire year at Rose Haven. You can make a difference in the lives of women and children experiencing homelessness and abuse in our community today.

Consider making a gift at rosehaven.org or check out our amazon wishlist! https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/259P4IKAI4VNM/ref=bnav_topnav_lists_1

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Monday
Nov 6
In These Times Happy Hour: Portland, Oregon
Rogue Ales & Spirits (Distillery & Public House PDX)

Hello Portland! In These Times Magazine is hosting a happy hour in your town. Join other ITT readers for an evening of beer and community building.

We'll have ITT swag and a chance to win a free copy of "The Age of Inequality," In These Times' 40-year investigation into corporate America's attack on working people.

Snacks and your first drink is on us! This is a family-friendly event.

Please let us know you're coming by RSVPing at Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-these-times-magazine-happy-hour-portland-tickets-39259217376

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