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Rose Festival RoZone Concert: KUPL-CountryFest featuring Chris Cagle

 

Two Fulton House Bed & Breakfast guests will be attending this afternoon’s concert  at Waterfront Park to see Chris Cagle, an American country music artist.

He was first known for writing songs for David Kersh before signing to Virgin Records Nashville in 2000.

Tickets were given away by the Fulton House Bed & Breakfast for this afternoon’s event along with free admission into the Rose Festival’s City Fair at Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park.

Don’t miss out on all the fun, make your reservations for this year’s Rose Festival Events.

Check out Chris Cagle’s lastest hit:  Got my Country On:

Portland’s Saturday Market

Portland Oregon's Saturday Market

Check out the link to Portland’s Saturday Market!  Lots of things to do and great places to eat!  Go enjoy the FUN!

Cyclists — A Great Day of Touring Oregon Wine Country Plus Treat Yourself to a Fabulous Brunch at Eola Hills Winery

Buena Vista Ferry

Today, I completed my first 2011 MAC Annual Wine Ride  touring Oregon wine country and treating myself to a fabulous made-to-order gourmet brunch — without guilt!

Starting at the Eola Hills Winery in Rickreall, Oregon I wandered along 36.8 miles of scenic Polk County Wine Country, through the town of Independence and across the Willamette River on the historic Buena Vista ferry and then made a loop back to the winery.  As I approached the ferry crossing,  I spotted an osprey nests up on the platforms and along the route was up close and personal with two turkey buzzards feasting on a dead rabbit just a few feet from me as I crossed the dead carcass in the road.  This was just an incredible day in Oregon to be cycling.

For additional information about cycling in Oregon read this article from the NY Times.

Click here for the 2011_MAC_Wine_Ride_Map.

After my ride, I returned to the Eola Hills Winery for the reward of a fabulous  brunch prepared by Eola Hills Winery’s master chefs that include stuffed crepes, eggs Benedict, waffles, omelets, sauteed oysters, and more, along with a choice of wine or champagne.

Check out their wonderful Menu for July 24th:
Fresh Pan Fried Oysters from Willapa Bay
Washington
Roast Beef Sliders with Onions and Cheese
Fruit Supreme w/
Fresh Fruit, Yogurt and Granola
FOUR styles of Eggs Benedict; Ultimate,
Traditional, Seafood and Veggie
Stick to your Ribs Biscuits and
Gravy
Breakfast Ham
an Omelet Bar with about 20 toppings to choose
from
Belgian & Hazelnut Waffles along with Crepes
Country Fried
Potatoes
Stir Fried Veggies
Spring Mix Salad with Apples and
Strawberries
Platter of Watermelon
Cold Cucumber
Soup
homemade desserts and much more.

And don’t forget to belly up to the wine tasting bar to sample their wine selections and take home a bottle of their outstanding wines.    I particularly like their 2009 Pinot Gris and their Pacific Blanc a Oregon White Wine after a hot day biking the latter that I am sipping now as a draft this post.

The Eola Hills Winery is approximately 58 minutes from the Fulton House Bed & Breakfast in Portland, Oregon.  Bring your bikes and enjoy a day of cycling Oregon.

 

Festival of Birds at Oak Bottom Park

Lazuli Bunting -- photo by Jim Cruce

“Festival of Birds” is an event sponsored by the  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the City of Portland and Portland Audubon for a Celebration of Migratory Birds.

“A welcome sign of spring, Portland’s migratory birds are arriving in the northwest from their tropical wintering grounds in Mexico and Central America. The Festival invites families and bird lovers to enjoy a day outdoors and learn about birds through a variety of fun activities such as: Guided bird walks, Live music and stories, Nature photography field trips, Kids’ games and art activities, Live birds from Portland Audubon, and Exhibits about the birds of Portland.

Oaks Bottom and other natural areas in Portland are important to migrating birds for nesting, wintering, resting and re-fueling. Come and see birds hailing from as far away as Argentina in Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, the City of Portland’s first designated Migratory Bird Park.

This is a free festival for the whole family to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day. No registration is required.

  • Attend the Early-Bird Bird Walk at 7:30 a.m. Registration required: Call 503-823-2525 or go to www.portlandparks.org and click on recreation tab, choose class #345264.
  • Guided Bird Walks on the ½ hour from 9 am – 2 pm.  Compare this year’s sightings with bird appearances in earlier years.
  • Family Activities, make bird feeders for your mother’s garden, run as fast as birds fly in Bird Olympics, create bird pictures using forms from NW Native American art, send a bird postcard to schools along the Pacific Flyway, or choose from a myriad of other activities.
  • Storytelling and Live Music by local storytellers and musicians. Come hear songs and stories about migratory birds in the Portland area.
  • Education Birds from Audubon Society of Portland’s Wildlife Care Center.  See up close a Peregrine Falcon, Great Horned Owl, Northern Spotted Owl, American Kestrel, Turkey Vulture and Common Raven.
  • Our Partners. Visit with local partners of the Migratory Bird Treaty Program and learn about other locations to visit and enjoy birds.
  • Look for our Nature Store booth.”

Pack a lunch, bring your bikes and enjoy birding!

 

 

Spring Beer & Wine Fest April 22 & 23, 2011 in Portland, Oregon

One of Portland’s original beer festivals, the 17th annual Spring Beer & Wine Fest returns to the Oregon Convention Center for another year of exceptional artisan food and drink. Enjoy samples of more than 80 craft beers, 30 regional wineries and local artisan spirits, plus tastes of specialty cheese and handcrafted chocolate, all while mingling with brewers and winemakers and enjoying a global shopping marketplace, cooking demonstrations, educational seminars and live music from Northwest bands!

It’s not too late to enjoy the “2010 Waterfront Blues” in Portland, Oregon

We still have rooms for the Waterfront Blues Festival , July 2 through July 5th.  Get out and  enjoy the sun, the waterfront and the music.  

You can make your reservations at The Fulton House at any time on our website — www.thefultonhouse.com We’re located right in the city, just a few minutes from city center. Or walk a short block and take a bus or two short blocks and take the trolley.  No need to drive —  enjoy our wonderful transit system here in Portland, Oregon.

Waterfront Park Portland, Oregon Blues Festival

Summer has come to Oregon in a rush. Temperatures here in Portland are in the high 70’s-80’s, the sun is shining brightly and the weatherman  is predicting  perfectly clear skies with not a cloud in sight. But, like almost always, there is a cooling breeze that keeps us from over-heating.

Check out a video of the Waterfront Blues 2009 — Robben Ford .

Don’t miss this exciting event and great entertainers.  The Portland Waterfront Blues Festival is the 2nd largest in the USA.

Join us at 2010 Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival, July 2-5, Tom McCall Waterfront Park

"Water Front Blues" Tom McCall Park

The Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival is the largest blues festival on the West Coast and the second largest blues festival in the nation.

The festival not only brings the best blues artists to Portland, it benefits Oregon Food Bank’s work to eliminate hunger and its root causes … because no one should be hungry.

And we still have rooms left.  So don’t delay — book your reservations now.   Call us at 503-892-5781. or book on-line at www.thefultonhouse.com

Also, remember that there’s a bus stop a half-block from The Fulton House, which will take you downtown to the Festival. You’ll avoid the incredible hassles and expense of trying to park near the Park by taking public transportation, and you’ll also have no fears of a Breathalyzer and DUI if you have a beer or two.

Schedule of Events:  Check out the Waterfront Blues Website for more information.

Friday, July 2
Time Stage Performance
03:00PM – 03:45PM AE Kicking it off::
03:00PM – 03:45PM CU Kicking It Off: Gunnar Roads Band
03:45PM – 04:30PM MS Boogie Bone
03:45PM – 04:30PM WS TBA
04:00PM – 04:45PM AE Bob Shoemaker Band
04:30PM – 05:15PM CU Lisa Mann & Her Really Good Band
05:00PM – 06:00PM AE Swingin’ to the Blues: King Louie & Baby James
05:15PM – 06:00PM MS  Moreland and Arbuckle
05:15PM – 06:00PM WS Solo Lap-Slide Guitar: Colin Lake & Chance Hayden
06:00PM – 07:00PM CU  Walter Trout
06:15PM – 07:15PM AE Swingin’ to the Blues:  PorterDavis
07:00PM – 08:00PM MS  Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
07:00PM – 08:00PM WS Blues of the Delta Jukes::  Cedric Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm
07:30PM – 08:30PM AE  Andre Thierry & Zydeco Magic
08:00PM – 09:00PM CU  JOHN MAYALL, presented by Schwindt & Co..
08:45PM – 09:45PM AE Too Loose Cajun Band, with Reggie Houston, Steve Kerin & Portland All Stars
09:00PM – 10:15PM MS  TAJ MAHAL , presented by Safeway.
09:00PM – 10:15PM WS Texas dust, Mississippi mud:  PorterDavis
09:30PM – 12:30PM H50  
10:00PM – 11:00PM AE  Donna Angelle & Zydeco Posse
10:15PM – 01:15AM BC DME Hoodoo Moon Cruise:  Moreland and Arbuckle
10:15PM – 01:15AM BC DME Hoodoo Moon Cruise:  Super Chikan & the Fighting Cocks
10:15PM – 01:15AM BC DME Hoodoo Moon Cruise: Colin Lake & Chance Hayden
10:30PM – 11:45PM MH After-hours Blues Jam:  Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
10:30PM – 01:15AM BC DME Hoodoo Moon Cruise: Lucky Peterson with:  Michael Burks
11:55PM – 01:15AM MH After-hours Blues Jam: Walter Trout with:  JOHN MAYALL
 
Saturday, July 3
Time Stage Performance
12:00PM – 11:00PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp , presented by Cascade Zydeco Association.
12:00PM – 12:45PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp: dance demonstration/class: Roland & Janine Jemerson
12:00PM – 12:45PM WS Eric Tweed
12:00PM – 12:45PM MS Dudley Taft
12:45PM – 01:30PM CU  The I-5 Nine: Healy, Miller, Bott, Pain…et al
12:45PM – 01:45PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp:  Corey Ledet & his Zydeco Band
01:30PM – 02:15PM WS Blues Guitar 101:  Walter Trout
01:30PM – 02:15PM MS Ty Curtis Band
02:00PM – 03:00PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp: Capt. Leroy & The Zydeco Locals
02:15PM – 03:00PM CU Terry Robb Band
02:25PM – 04:30PM BC DME Blue Bayou Cruise:  Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Blue Bayou Cruise:  Cedric Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Blue Bayou Cruise:  Donna Angelle & Zydeco Posse
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Blue Bayou Cruise:  David Vest
03:00PM – 04:00PM WS Cigarbox guitars: Jerry Zybach
03:00PM – 04:00PM MS Northwest Women in Blues, w/ special guests Tahoe Jackson and Nicole Fournier
03:15PM – 04:15PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp:  Andre Thierry & Zydeco Magic
04:00PM – 05:00PM CU  Lucky Peterson with:  Michael Burks , presented by the Boeing Company.
04:30PM – 05:30PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp :  Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble
05:15PM – 06:15PM WS Boogie Woogie piano::  David Vest
05:15PM – 06:15PM MS  Super Chikan & the Fighting Cocks
05:45PM – 06:45PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp: Capt. Leroy & The Zydeco Locals
06:15PM – 07:15PM CU Juke Joint Duo: Cedric Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm
07:00PM – 08:00PM MS BOOKER T. , presented by FedEx.
07:00PM – 08:00PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp: Donna Angelle & Zydeco Posse
07:15PM – 08:15PM WS Super Chikan’s Chiktars and Diddly Bows: Super Chikan & the Fighting Cocks
08:15PM – 09:15PM CU Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound
08:15PM – 09:15PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp: Corey Ledet & his Zydeco Band
09:00PM – 10:15PM WS Electric Blues Guitar 102 and 103: Michael Burks with: Lucky Peterson
09:00PM – 12:00PM H50  
09:15PM – 10:15PM MS Bobby Rush, presented by Karolyn H. March, attorney.
09:30PM – 01:00AM RE Encore After Hours:TBA
09:30PM – 11:00PM AE Zydeco Swamp Romp: Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble , presented by Cascade Zydeco Association.
10:15PM – 01:15AM BC DME “Rock the Boat” dance cruise: Bridgetown Sextet, with special guest Marilyn Keller
10:15PM – 01:15AM BC DME “Rock the Boat” dance cruise: Alan Hager & Albert Reda
10:30PM – 01:15AM BC DME “Rock the Boat” dance cruise: PorterDavis
10:30PM – 11:45PM MH After-hours Blues Jam: BOOKER T.
11:55PM – 01:15AM MH After-hours Blues Jam: Bobby Rush
 
Sunday, July 4
Time Stage Performance
12:00PM – 03:00PM AE Cascade Blues Association: International Blues Challenge Winners/Finalists
12:00PM – 12:45PM CU Billy D and the Hoodoos
12:10PM – 12:40PM AE Journey to Memphis Finals: The Catillacs , presented by Cascade Blues Association.
12:45PM – 01:30PM MS Gary Farmer & the Troublemakers
12:45PM – 01:30PM WS  
12:50PM – 01:20PM AE Journey to Memphis Finals: David Brothers Band
01:30PM – 02:00PM AE Journey to Memphis Finals: Vicki Stevens Band
01:30PM – 02:15PM CU Gretchen Mitchell Band
02:10PM – 02:40PM AE Journey to Memphis Finals: Lisa Mann & Her Really Good Band
02:15PM – 03:00PM MS Sultans of Slide: Amundson, Cooper & Goldwasser
02:15PM – 03:00PM WS TBA
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Driftin’ Blues Cruise:
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Driftin’ Blues Cruise: Commander Cody & the Lost Planet Airmen
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Driftin’ Blues Cruise: Norton Buffalo’s Knockouts
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Driftin’ Blues Cruise: Janiva Magness
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Driftin’ Blues Cruise: : Dale LeRoy Perry
03:15PM – 04:15PM CU Linda Hornbuckle & Janice Scroggins Old Time Gospel Hour, w/ special guest Lucky Peterson
03:15PM – 04:00PM AE Journey to Memphis 2009 Winner, solo-duo: Son Jack Jr. & Michael Wilde
04:00PM – 04:50PM WS  
04:00PM – 04:45PM MS Mingo Fishtrap
04:15PM – 05:15PM AE Jim Mesi Band
04:45PM – 05:30PM CU The Twisters
05:30PM – 06:30PM MS Commander Cody & the Lost Planet Airmen , presented by First Tech Credit Union.
05:30PM – 06:30PM AE Journey to Memphis 2009 Winner, Band: Karen Lovely
05:40PM – 06:30PM WS 21st Century Blues: Chris Thomas King
06:30PM – 07:15PM CU Norton Buffalo’s Knockouts
06:45PM – 07:45PM AE Harmonica Blow-Off: : Bill Rhoades’ Harmonica Blow-off
07:15PM – 08:15PM WS Music of Louisiana’s Bayous: Atomic Gumbo: Steve Kerin & Friends
07:15PM – 08:15PM MS Janiva Magness
07:55PM – 08:40PM AE Harmonica Blow-off: Bill Rhoades’ Harmonica Blow-off
08:15PM – 09:00PM CU Kara Grainger
08:50PM – 09:30PM AE Harmonica Blow-Off: : Bill Rhoades’ Harmonica Blow-off
09:00PM – 12:00PM H50 Kara Grainger
09:00PM – 10:00PM MS Curtis Salgado , presented by Good Neighbor Pharmacy.
09:00PM – 10:00PM WS  
09:30PM – 10:00PM AE Harmonica Blow-Off: Bill Rhoades’ Harmonica Blow-off
09:30PM – 01:00AM RE Encore After Hours: TBA
10:00PM – 10:30PM TMWP FIREWORKS!
10:00PM – 10:00PM MS National Anthem: Alonzo Chadwick
10:30PM – 11:45PM MH After-hours Blues Jam: Mingo Fishtrap
11:55PM – 01:15AM MH After-hours Blues Jam: JJ GREY and MOFRO
 
Monday, July 5
Time Stage Performance
12:00PM – 12:45PM CU Gary Burford Band
12:00PM – 12:45PM AE Steve Cheseborough
12:45PM – 01:30PM MS Dani Paige Band
12:45PM – 01:30PM WS  
01:00PM – 01:45PM AE John-Alex Mason
01:30PM – 02:15PM CU Kolvane
02:00PM – 03:00PM AE North Mississippi by Northwest: McMurrian, Lemhouse, Shoemaker & Bott
02:15PM – 03:00PM MS Robbie Laws Bigger Blues Band, featuring Mz. Dee
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Sail on Sister! Cruise: Baskery
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Sail on Sister! Cruise: Kara Grainger
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Sail on Sister! Cruise: Divas of Soul (Linda Hornbuckle, LaRhonda Steele, Juliane Johnson, Janice Scroggins)
02:30PM – 04:30PM BC DME Sail on Sister! Cruise: Ellen Whyte Quartet
03:00PM – 04:00PM CU Chris Thomas King
03:15PM – 04:15PM AE Swingin’ to the Blues: Devin Phillips Black & Blue
04:00PM – 05:00PM WS  
04:00PM – 05:15PM MS JJ GREY and MOFRO, presented by Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival.
04:30PM – 05:30PM AE Swingin’ to the Blues: Kevin Selfe & the Tornadoes w/ Jim Wallace
05:15PM – 06:00PM CU Baskery
05:45PM – 06:45PM AE Swingin’ to the Blues: Robbie Laws Bigger Blues Band, featuring Mz. Dee
06:00PM – 07:00PM WS  
06:00PM – 07:15PM MS LITTLE FEAT , presented by IQ Credit Union.
07:00PM – 08:00PM AE Swingin’ to the Blues: The Twisters
07:15PM – 08:00PM CU Reggie Houston’s Crescent City Connection
07:50PM – 09:00PM WS  
08:00PM – 08:05PM MS Oregon Food Bank Presentation
08:00PM – 09:15PM MS GALACTIC with Cyril Neville and Corey Henry (from Rebirth), presented by ecoShuttle.
08:15PM – 09:30PM AE Swingin’ to the Blues: Duffy Bishop
09:00PM – 12:00PM H50  
09:00PM – 01:00AM MH After-hours Blues Jam:
09:30PM – 01:00AM RE Encore After Hours: TBA

 

STAGE KEY
H50 = H50 Bistro at Hotel 50
RE = Rafati’s Encore 310, University Place Hotel
TMWP = Tom McCall Waterfront Park
MS = Miller Stage
MH = Marriott Hotel
TBA = Stage To Be Announced
AE = A&E Front Porch Stage
CU = Credit Union Blues Stage
BC = DME Portland Spirit Blues Cruise
WS = FedEx Workshop Stage

 Featured Performers
<b></b><b>Kara Grainger</b> Kara Grainger: “One of the best new voices on the Americana scene this year belongs not to an American, but an Aussie, Kara Grainger. She brings the whole trifecta of singing, playing and writing… ” – www.americanaroots.comPERFORMANCES:
Sunday, July 4
08:15PM
Credit Union Blues Stage

Sunday, July 4
09:00PM
H50 Bistro at Hotel 50

Monday, July 5
02:30PM
DME Portland Spirit Blues Cruise


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What happening at the 2010 PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL?

Rose Festival Dragon Boat Race

In Portland, Oregon the spirit of the spring is Rose Spirit, a time to cheer up and celebrate community with Portland’s Official Festival, the Portland Rose Festival!”

  • Opening Celebration — Friday, May 28 –includes Free Admission–Free Concert featuring Curtis Salgado–Fireworks presented by Pacific Power
  • Waterfront Village — May 28-May 31; June 2-6; June 9-13
  • Fleet Week — June 2-6
  • Starlight Run & Starlight Parade — June 5
  • Fred Meyer Junior Parade — June 9
  • Grand Floral Parade & Walk — June 12
  • Dragon Boat Races — June 12-13

We invite you to browse the many more great events of  the 2010 Portland Rose Festival Calendar of Events located on their website:  Portland Rose Festival 2010.

Please note that The Fulton House Bed & Breakfast is located in southwest Portland, the same quadrant of the City as Tom McCall Waterfront Park, the mooring of the naval vessels and the tall ships, and many of the activities. All the parades, including the Grand Floral Parade, wind through southwest.

If you drive, it’s about 5 minutes away. If you prefer public transportation to avoid the hassle and expense of downtown parking, there’s a bus stop about a half-block away from us.  We are also just one block from Willamette Park and just a few blocks from the boat ramp so if you are bringing your boat to enjoy the fun during Fleet Week stay with us so you can conveniently launch your boat.

But make your reservations now.  Thousands pour into Portland each year for the Portland Rose Festival.  The Fulton House Bed & Breakfast  is a terrific place to stay while you explore Portland and enjoy the Rose Festival.   And we are just minutes to downtown Portland.  Book your room today!

Spring Beer & Wine Fest

We’re looking forward to seeing you Friday, April 2 & Saturday, April 3, 2010at the 16th Annual Spring Beer & Wine Festival. Here’s how easy it is to get to the Oregon Convention Center from the Fulton House Bed & Breakfast. Walk a 1/2-block to SW Macadam & Nevada St, ride city bus #35 (for just $2) exit at the Rose Quarter stop and then a short 4 minute walk to the Convention Center. Then Reverse directions to get back to us. Follow these instructions and you’ll have absolutely no worries about the hassles and expense of downtown parking. More importantly, you’ll avoid being stopped by one of Portland’s finest and being issued a ticket for DUI.

Book your reservations now! Mention this blog and receive $10 off each night in April when booking for 2 or more nights.

One of Portland’s original beer festivals, the 16th annual Spring Beer & Wine Fest returns to the Oregon Convention Center for another year of exceptional artisan food and drink. Enjoy samples of more than 80 craft beers, 30 regional wineries and local artisan spirits, plus tastes of specialty cheese and handcrafted chocolate, all while mingling with brewers and winemakers and enjoying a global shopping marketplace, cooking demonstrations, educational seminars and live music from Northwest bands!

Hop aboard the Tour de Cheese
Mingle with artisan brewers, vintners, distillers & cheese makers
Nibble on tasty gourmet delights
Get schooled at the Chefs Stage – and eat your homework
Groove to tunes from hot NW bands

For tickets and info, check out the website!

TRI MET INFORMATION:
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TransitTracker is TriMet’s real-time arrival information for buses, MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail and Portland Streetcar. You can get the latest arrival times for your stop online at trimet.org, over the phone at 503-823-RIDE, and on reader boards at MAX/WES Stations. Using TransitTracker gives you a better idea of when your ride is coming. Instead of standing at the stop, you may choose to wait inside, run another errand, grab a cup of coffee or finish one more projects. Or download a Iphone app called PDX Transit for instant information about the arrival of the bus, streetcars, commuter rail or MAX lines.

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