You can ride the Ferris wheel on The Wharf, go mini-golfing on Adventure Island, take a glass-blowing class at the arts center, or, you know, lie on the beach.
But anytime you have the opportunity to eat and drink on a boat while watching dolphins, you should always take it. is romantic in its own way, a couples retreat in AK isn't complete without some Northern Lights action. Make sure to book a place with aurora wake-up calls (many of them do this) and then decide whether you want to embark on a lights-themed van tour or dogsled adventure for the day.
At a certain point in every relationship, dollar pizza date nights just don't cut it anymore.
With over 200 events spanning the entire month of June, Pedalpalooza is a chance for bike enthusiasts of all backgrounds to celebrate one of the many pastimes that makes Portland what it is. Not your typical stalls-and-suds beer fest, Cheers to Belgian Beers is a throwdown in which more than 50 Oregon brewers try their hand at brewing a Belgian with a single strain of yeast—Imperial Gnome B45 this time around—and a goal for color and IBUs that was determined with a dart throw back in January. Get lit with one of the Rose Festival's marquee events, the Starlight Parade, in which a steady stream of illuminated floats and marching bands putzes around downtown Portland in a garish display of civic pride.
The World Naked Bike Ride gets all the press, but the Kickoff Ride is worth your time to get a look at who's who in the scene while they're still fully clothed. The North Warehouse, 723 N Tillamook St., oregoncraftbeer.org/ctbb. If you want to get out of the sun and feel cultured, head downtown to watch some talented youths tell the adventures of little Bilbo Baggins and all the dwarves and wizards he encounters in the Metropolitan Performing Arts Academy's production of The Hobbit.
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You're in luck, because a Portland Pickles game is an inexpensive and low-stakes affair that's about as Summer in America as it gets. Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, 17200 NE Delfel Road, Ridgefield, Wash., 360-816-7000, Peninsula Park, 700 N Rosa Parks Way, 503-823-2525, shift2 Portland's Resistance is commemorating the birth of the oldest and dumbest president to assume office by celebrating literally everyone else born on June 14—Che Guevara, MC Ren, even dirty-ass former San Antonio Spur Bruce Bowen.