Hayride in pumpkin patch

Haven’t gotten your fall fun fix yet but don’t want to fight the crowds on Sauvie Island? East Portland / East County has got you covered. Take a look at a few of the options below… fall attractions include corn mazes, hay rides, pumpkin patches, and even a pumpkin sling.

If you can guess what decade they’re websites were built in, you get a free mini pumpkin (just kidding).

Rossi Farms * Fazio Farms * The Growers Outlet * Liepold Farms Bushue Farming

The City hosts several Halloween-themed carnivals too. Here’s the link (might be good to double-check dates, a few of the dates are off).



Live music at The O’Neill Pub:

“The Smut City Jellyroll Society (video) is a wild and crazy bunch of fun loving musicians playing blues and early jazz from the 1920s and 1930s. With a unique sound somewhere between ragtime blues, early jazz and jugband music, the Jellyroll Society keeps it loose and lively with a driving syncopated swing that gets the dancers out on the floor”

 The O’Neill Public House, 6000 NE Glisan St * 9:30 pm – 1 am


All weekend, Academy Theater’s Halloween series continues with “The Evil Dead” (1981). For movie times, visit this link.

Academy Theater, 7818 SE Stark * adults $4, seniors and children $3


Another refurbished park for East Portland:

Luuwit View Park, 129th and NE Fremont * 11:00 am to 2:00 pm


Sponsored by RACC, learn how to plan and host an artistic event with a workshop called “Produce It”:

“Take your next event from idea to execution. In this workshop we’ll dive into the planning cycle of hosting an artistic event and come away with tangible work plans to make it happen. Through flash work sessions, brainstorming, and small group coaching, we’ll quickly hone key components like your artistic concept, venue planning, budgeting, fundraising, audience development, marketing, production management, staffing and more.”
Register here.
Milepost 5, 850 NE 81st Ave * 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm * $30 
Public safety training: “The training is designed to provide information, resources and materials available to mitigate public safety and livability issues in neighborhoods. This is not a problem-solving meeting for specific locations.”
If you want to attend email Yolanda Sanchez, City of Portland Crime Prevention Coordinator @ yolanda.sanchez@portlandoregon.gov.
Portland Police Bureau East Precinct, Community Room, 735-737 SE 106th Ave * 10 am – noon
Bollywood Dreams Entertainment

A family-oriented dance party presented by Bollywood Dreams Entertainment:

“Make the world a better place, one move at a time. Come and have fun learning moves that will teleport you into a Bollywood world full of possibilities & big smiles, complete with the authentic Indian Head Shake. Everyone at every skill level is welcome!”

Midland Library, 122nd Ave * 2 pm – 3 pm * free


Market music at the Lents International Market with Njuzu Mbira from 11 am – 2 pm. Sunday is the second to lasts market of the season… ’tis the season.

SE 92nd Ave & Reedway St, between Foster and Harold * 9 am – 2 pm 


 Bolt Upright blues jam @ Montavilla Station… always a good time, always a big crowd.
417 SE 80th Ave * 9 pm * free