It’s midway through December, and vacation songs and amusement have taken more Portland place calendars. Search our very own list of concerts, household series, and happenings, such as the return of this Cinnamon keep, a Portland standard for over 80 years. it is all going on when you look at the week ahead of time.
Just remember that , COVID mandates needing masks indoors remain set up. Seek the advice of sites for other COVID safety requirements.
The Portland Gay Men’s Chorus presents a holiday concert. Document photograph by Statement Barry. Bill Barry
Portland Gay Men’s Chorus: “Gather”
Join the Portland Gay Men’s Chorus to commemorate the growing season with musical everything about cheer and togetherness. The program blends holiday preferences and winter songs to warm up your own season.
8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10-12, Newmark Theatre, 1111 S.W. Broadway, seats beginning at $19, pdxgmc or 503-226-2588
Oregon dancing theater’s “The Nutcracker” will go back to the Keller this year. Beth Nakamura/Staff
George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker”
Oregon dancing Theatre’s yearly vacation show returns to explore youth dreams of Marie along with her Nutcracker Prince, sugar-plum Fairies, a Mouse King and a stage saturated in moving sweets. A live orchestra performs Tchaikovsky’s classic score.
Opens 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, and keeps numerous hours and times through Dec. 26, Keller Auditorium, 222 S.W. Clay St., $24-$105, obt or 503-222-5538
The Cinnamon keep return to the escort girl Augusta level at Oaks playground for trip shows. Graphics due to Oaks Playground
The Cinnamon Bear
The precious Portland traditions of vacations because of the Cinnamon Bear ‘s been around for over 80 ages. This season the Cinnamon Bear comes back to the stage at Oaks Park for a live tv show. Youngsters of every age group can also enjoy real time tunes featuring the Cocklebur Cowboys performing together with their outdated pal Paddy O’Cinnamon. This past year the tv show was held outside as a result of COVID restrictions. This year’s tv series are going to be inside into the old dancing Pavilion.
4:30 and 6:30 p.m. Saturday-Sunday through Dec. 19, Oaks Amusement Park, 7805 INTERNET SEARCH ENGINE Oaks playground ways; entry $14.95-$24.95 must be bought online and beforehand at oakspark/cinnamonbear
Vancouver Symphony Band
VSO Broadway Vacation
The Vancouver Symphony band offers two shows of Broadway and getaway songs featuring Tony Award-nominated singer and actress Liz Callaway. Maestro Salvador Brotons conducts.
7 p.m. Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11-12, Skyview senior school, 1300 N.W. 139th St.; and online streaming on line; entry $30; vancouversymphony or 360-735-7278.
People in the traditional dancing Academy provide “Nutcracker Vignettes.”
This is basically the 2nd year when it comes to socially distant vacation light display that benefits the Classical dancing Academy. Enjoy moments through the dancing vintage “The Nutcracker” while creating or strolling through life-sized art installations set-up on eight yards throughout an Eastmoreland area. The scenes feature special illumination, props, sets and sounds with costumed dancers carrying out in each world.
5-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, Eastmoreland at places south of Southeast Woodstock Boulevard. Downloadable chart available at classicalballet.net/nutcracker; donation of $25 per parents required.
Portland Panto Players: “Cinderella”
The Portland Panto users offering a boisterous, family-friendly, entertaining vacation event full of slapstick funny, sounds and some adults-only laughs. The show retells the traditional adventure of Cinderella and Prince Charming while including comedy characters and entertaining times using the market.
Opens 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, and continues 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, 7:30 p.m. Fridays through Dec. 19, Alberta Abbey, 126 N.E. Alberta St.; passes $19-$25; eventbrite/e/cinderella-the-musical
Tsering Cheophel’s immigration facts falls under a brand new show at Oregon Jewish art gallery. Graphics thanks to OJMCHE
“To Keep Witness – Extraordinary Life”
Another exhibit, beginning this weekend at the Oregon Jewish art gallery, characteristics photographs, pages, and quick flicks telling the stories of people just who leftover their own homelands for safer destination in Oregon. These immigrants from Austria, Bosnia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Germany, Hungary, Rwanda, Sudan, Syria, and Tibet seen the atrocities of battle, genocide, while the Holocaust. Each profile stocks tales of endurance and remembers the kindness of these exactly who aided in the process.
Opens 11 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, continues during museum several hours 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays through will 15, 2022; Oregon Jewish Museum, 724 N.W. Davis St.; admission $5-$8; ojmche
Portland Symphonic Choir: “Wintersong”