Need to keep the clan happy and active during the long weekend? These Thanksgiving plans are fully baked.
At the Mexico City Olympics in 1968, Dick Fosbury changed the sport forever.
Join a fire hike, enjoy a vegan Thanksgiving feast, get sweaty at punk rock aerobics, and learn self-defense from a Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champ.
Run in your best Halloween costume (with dogs!), learn how to fight food waste, and taste the city’s best apples, ferments, and vegan snacks.
Portlanders can surf, run, ferment, bike, stretch, rock climb, and give back to Oregon’s public lands.
Walk with corgis, run along the Oregon Trail, cycle on a Portland rooftop, and learn how to prepare a pelvic steam.
Molly Woodstock and Regan Breeden
Power through a 5k run/walk/roll to raise funds for Girls Inc, then celebrate bold Oregon women with feminist social club the Perlene, the Badass Women's Protest Choir, Salt & Straw, and local nonprofits.
Run the Starlight Parade route, test out new bike trails, improve your exercise nutrition, and practice yoga at an urban farm or rose garden.
Forest Park: Freak of Nature
A runner sets out to complete the entire length of Forest Park's trademark track.
Forest Park: Gear Guide
From a lightweight headlamp to waterproof socks, here's the local gear to pack for your epic treks.
Bike to the beach, run in support of paid family leave, celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day, and take a walk with 1,000 puppers.
Walk for wishes, run for brews, bowl for abortion funds, swap clothes for Planned Parenthood, and try ski mountaineering for, uh, fun.
Unwind with free massages and yoga classes, a community-building potluck, a healing-focused crafts fair, or a Grinch-themed bike ride.
Shake off holiday stress, stock your herbal pharmacy, join an epic plant-based potluck, and sign up for a turkey (or Tofurky) trot.
The determinedly mellow Oregon Brewery Running series starts this fall.