PDX Happenings :: March Family-Friendly Events

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Ahhh, March. The month of transitions. The rainy days are not yet over but spring is juuuuuust around the corner. To pass the time, we’ve collected a handful of fun events for you and your family to enjoy this March!

March Events in Portland :: PDX Happenings

Shamrock Run (March 15)

Oregon’s biggest run is also a family-friendly event. Run the distance of your choice or sign your kiddo up for the Leprechaun Lap (1K)! Whatever the length, the Shamrock Run is a festive and fun event that is worth experiencing! More info on the website!

BabyFest NW (March 21)

Head to the Convention Center for the ultimate baby experience; this has been the Northwest’s largest baby-focused event since 2001! Win prizes, attend seminars, get pampered, shop and enjoy! Featuring the Children’s Village with entertainment for the pint-size crowd. Music, crafts, play zones and the Micah and Me Music Show & Dance Party! More info on their website.

Life in 1914 at Pittock Mansion (March 25, half-day)

Spend Spring Break back in time! From their website: “Life in 1914 is an entertaining and educational half-day program for children ages 8–12. Campers go back in time and behind the scenes to experience what life was like 100 years ago through engaging, hands-on activities.” Reservations required, more info on the Pittock Mansion events page.

Frozen at Broadway in Portland (March 8-22)

“Frozen” comes to the stage and to Portland’s Keller auditorium. The show features the songs you know and love from the original film plus an expanded score with a dozen new musical numbers. Daytime and evening performance options; get your tickets on the Broadway in Portland website!

Community Events Calendar

Our events calendar features community-submitted events from organizations and businesses throughout the Portland area who offer family-friendly activities. Each event is reviewed by a member of the PMB team prior to publication. If you have an event or activity that you think would be of interest to our readers, please complete your submission here for review.

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Lee Ann moved to Portland in 2008 following an eight-year stint in Paris, France, where her eldest was born. Though she thought nowhere could compete with the City of Lights, the City of Roses immediately stole her heart. As a great place to raise kids, she loves getting out and exploring the city and the PNW with her husband and four young children. While in France, Lee Ann earned a B.A. in Journalism and a Master's in Linguistics at the American University of Paris and L'Universite de Paris - La Sorbonne, respectively, before returning stateside to become a Speech-Language Pathologist through the Portland State University graduate program. Throughout her studies, she kept one foot in the digital world, writing content for publications and creating websites for clients. After many years as a medical Speech Pathologist, she left to the field to continue freelance writing, become the owner of Portland Mom Collective (!), and to create a crafting/workshop space for PDX makers. She likes to spend whatever "me" time she can muster making soap, geocaching, jogging, sewing, and staring at the wall with no small humans talking to her. Get in touch by sending a note to leeann {at} portlandmomcollective {dot} com, or follow her on Instagram.

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