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Tripster: Weekend Plans

Warhol exhibit opens in Tacoma, wine country honors its vineyard workers, Bigfoot arrive on Mount Hood, and more.

By Kasey Cordell November 1, 2012


NOV 3–FEB 10 Andy Warhol's "Flowers for Tacoma" recently opened at the Tacoma Art Museum. Details: To celebrate, Hotel Murano is offering a Flowers for Tacoma package that includes a night's stay, two tickets to the exhibit, and $20 in food and drink vouchers. Details:

NOV 9–10 ¡Salud! Wine auction, dinners, and tastings in support of Oregon's seasonal vineyard workers. Details:

NOV 16 "Wild Nights: a Wilderness Big Enough for Bigfoot”at Resort at the Mountain. Join writers and scientists for a Sasquatch discussion followed by a bigfoot-inspired meal at the Altitude restaurant. Details:

SKI BOWL PASSES NOW ON SALE The popular unlimited night skiing pass is now on sale for $149. Other unlimited passes range from $50 to $525 based on age. Details:

PDX NEWS: On Oct. 29, the airport's long-term garage parking fees jumped $2 per day (to $18 per day) to support future airport improvements, such as parking and shuttle bus purchases. One recent improvement already in place: six new electric vehicle charging stations on the garage's fourth floor, near the south skybridge.

30 PERCENT OFF SEATTLE HOTEL Save up to 30 percent on signature Seattle hotel The Edgewater with at least 14 days advance booking.

$158 FLIGHTS TO SAN DIEGO available now at Plus $170 flights to LA and San Francisco.

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