Hello Weekend! January 29th-31st

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On January 28, 2021

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Are you hoping to finish out a great week with an even better weekend? Then you’re in luck, because this weekend you can do it all. There’s shopping to support local vendors,  a little relaxation, learning and outdoor fun! The best part is that you don’t have to break the bank to get out and enjoy yourself (unless you want to, of course – Portland has some pretty talented artists!) Check it out!

January 29th – How To Navigate Virtual Learning At Home (a workshop for parents – FREE)

In case you missed out last week, this informative webinar is back for another weekend. Having trouble with at home education? This webinar helps to provide resources, coaching and goal driven achievement tracking for grades K-12. Sponsored by SocietyX and hosted by a long-time educator, Brandielee Johnson. Brandielee, who has been an educator for 12 years and visited 43 countries and 7 continents, is no stranger when it comes to working with different cultures. Her past experiences with teaching have included ESL- English as a Second Language, Social Studies, English, Geography, History, Theater, Literacy Intervention, High School, and College Readiness, and working with Special Education students. Don’t miss out – make sure you take advantage of this useful, free workshop.

January 30th – Hollywood Farmers Market

One thing that Portland is known and loved for is it’s multitude of farmers markets. And the Hollywood market is one of the best that Portland has to offer. It may be small, but it offers a ton of great stuff! It features an impressive selection of farm fresh veggies and fruits, honey (and the vendor brings an enclosed, glass hive so you can see the bees in action!) There are candles, soaps, cheese and much more. Music is always great, featuring a local band. Snacks, coffee, and other drinks are available. Sit at a table by the music and enjoy yourself. Dog friendly and lots of cool northeast Portlanders! The market takes place every other Saturday and is open from 9am to 1pm so don’t miss out!

January 30th – Gentle Yoga  (FREE webinar)

When you’re done shopping and supporting local vendors at the farmers market, come home and unwind with Gentle Yoga. Refresh yourself for the year ahead with this simple and accessible yoga course. No matter your size, ability, or experience, instructor Joyce Wu will guide you through breathing exercises, stretches, and guided meditation. The webinar is free, but Classes consistently “sell out” so make sure you reserve your spot today!

January 29th-31st – Scavenger Hunt! ($20)

Puzzling Adventures are a cross between a scavenger hunt, an adventure race, and an informative self-guided tour. Each adventure consists of a series of locations that you are guided to where you are required to answer questions or solve puzzles to receive your next instruction. All you need is your own mobile device and an Internet connection. Participate in a small group, as a couple, or individually. Create multiple teams and race each other. Almost all of the adventures are designed to be wheelchair and stroller friendly and all are carefully crafted to be entertaining and informative with something to appeal to all ages. And the cost is per group, not per person, which makes this activity fun and affordable! So get out and enjoy the beautiful sights of the city.

 

If you’re facing a DUI (or DUII) charge in Oregon, call Reynolds Defense Firm today. Our team has the expertise to handle your criminal case and the understanding to help you on the human-side as well. We hope that you never need to call us, but if you do, we are here. You can contact us for your free consultation by filling out the form on our website or by calling us at 503-223-3422.

 

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