Portland’s Better Living Home and Garden show is returning March 25-27. Head over to the Northwest’s largest sustainable living show at the Expo Center for some free spring break fun.
Portland Showroom, 333 NW 16th Avenue Friday & Saturday, February 6 & 7 Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm Saturday: 9:00am-4:00pm Specials include: Stocked Blanco Sinks, 50% off list price. Select Cabinet Hardware up to 70% off. Bath faucets by Hansgrohe, Rohl and Phylrich. Bath sinks by Kohler, Porcher and Duravit. Sale will be held across the street next … Read more
At the ROSE CITY COLLECTORS MARKET SHOW, you can browse more than 150 tables topped with everything from vintage
glassware and kitchen items to 100-year-old paintings.
ANTIQUES WEEK on the Oregon Coast will features citywide sales of antiques and priceless appraisals by Harry Rinker, as well as special exhibits and an antiques auction.
Curated by former ID magazine editor Steven Skov Holt and art historian Mara Holt Skov, the exhibit MANUF®ACTURED: THE CONSPICUOUS TRANSFORMATION OF EVERYDAY OBJECTS includes new works made from mass-produced objects and materials, including a dress made from one continuous zipper and towers crafted from polystyrene. This is a great opportunity to think about the more serious issues of overabundance, appropriation and reuse. Some of the artists’ work will be for sale.
Shelter is one of our most basic human needs, both physically and psychologically. We seek shelter from the elements, from the storm, from harm. SHELTER, a national juried exhibition of contemporary photography, shows how shelter can be interpreted visually in all its manifestations.
Calling all Craigslist scrollers and yard salers: Start saving a little mad money to spend at the Catlin Gabel School’s 64th ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE. One of the largest fundraising sales in the world, the four-day event fills 100,000 square feet of the Portland Expo Center with donated items for sale. Look for antiques, furniture, clothes, toys, electronics, computers, music, videos and DVDs, jewelry and sporting goods. This year’s motherlode includes Tiffany jewelry, oriental carpets, antique furniture and fine art. A first-time online presale will take place in October (go to catlin.edu/newrummages//index.php). Proceeds from the sale benefit the student financial aid program at Catlin Gabel School.
The 26th annual LANE COUNTY HOME IMPROVEMENT SHOW will include more than 225 exhibits as well as seminars and a chance to meet home and garden experts. Learn about the latest materials, energy efficiency options and design tips.
Forty years ago, fourteen friends from Lake Oswego started what has grown into the annual LOCAL 14 ART SHOW & SALE, featuring the juried art of women from throughout the Pacific Northwest. This year’s show, “Branching Out,” will include art from some 90 female artists. Brunch, lunch and baked goods will be available as well.
Palmer Wirfs’ ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES SHOW includes more than 1,300 booths filled with vintage treasures, period furniture, prints and paintings, sterling flatware, linens, and lighting. Qualified appraisers and antiques experts will be on hand to provide verbal market evaluations for $5, which goes to the Portland Police’s Sunshine Division.