Star Trek: The Ultimate (Musical) Voyage
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Wednesday, April 6
Sure, you’ve seen walls all over school plastered with invitations to purchase tickets, but you have to realize the scale of this musical venture to fully appreciate it. The Trek experience goes back more than five decades and crosses TV, film and even societal-norm lines. Mixed with iconic footage from the celebrated Star Trek brand, come see and hear some of your old and new favorites. Boldly go and purchase a ticket now!
Wednesday, April 6
NW Hip-Hop Mixtape
PSU School of Social Work
This free conversation lead by Donnell Alexander will examine the intertwined hip-hop music of the Pacific Northwest with our local Portland culture and where all those influences can be seen.
Rock Climbing 101
4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Rec Center rock wall
The rock wall is one of the coolest things about the gym, and everyone should try it once! This is a great opportunity to meet the climbing staff, learn about safety and see just how tall that sucker really is.
Thursday, April 7
Youth Identity in Scripted Reality
It’s hard to remember a time before reality TV and the question of its reality or lack thereof. Professor Amanda Klein tackles the subject by looking at the scholarship behind the kinds of identities you find on MTV.
If you haven’t seen this British comedian’s work on the Nevermind the Buzzcocks game show, his boyish charm and energy will surely win you over.
Friday, April 8
Rec Center pool
This free start-of-term selection with inner tubes and food is Finding Nemo. Splash around, bring the friends you can remember and also remember to never tap on the glass. The fish hate it.
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The 40th-anniversary edition of Robert De Niro’s masterful and chillingly suspenseful ode to overworked New York City taxi drivers. You’re quoting this one in your head right now.
Saturday, April 9
Plant & Art Sale
The homegrown Hardy Plant Society hosts this annual event in the hopes of making your world a little more beautiful without any barriers to those who love plants or art.
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Haven’t you ever wanted to be part of a whodunit? This interactive murder-mystery dinner show runs right up until New Year’s and will leave you guessing, with a prize package for the winner.
Sunday, April 10
Bridge to Brews
If you’re a runner before but never had the chance to run over the Fremont Bridge, this 8K and 10K event is your chance. Come run and dance to the music, groove on over to the food past the finish line, and get some free tasting tickets. Family friendly.
The New Electric Ballroom
Imago Theatre, Main Stage
Did you ever see the musical movie Once? Well, Enda Walsh also wrote this Irish-themed tale about three sisters seduced by the lead singer of a mysterious touring band that turned their lives and village upside down.