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Looking for something special to do? Have a piece of pie on Pi Day, March 14 at Petunia's Pies and Pastries in downtown Portland.

Editor's note: Many of these events may be affected by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Contact organizers to find out the latest.

Looking for something special to do this weekend and into next week? Check out this list of entertainment options. Most are free and many are family friendly.

Through April 12 — Lakewood Theatre Company presents "The Odd Couple" at Lakewood Center for the Arts. 368 S. State St., Lake Oswego. Two Bachelors. One Apartment. Zero In Common. Felix, an uptight neat freak journalist, is thrown out by his wife and moves in with his friend Oscar, a slovenly sportswriter. The two must learn to get along as roommates, as Felix's neuroticism and Oscar's carelessness hilariously clash in Simon's classic comedy. For tickets and show times visit lakewood-center.org.

March 13 through 15 — Attend McMinnville's Wine and Food Classic Sip at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. The event is a fundraiser for St. James School in McMinnville and features more than 75 wineries from all over Oregon participating in the event. Enjoy live music. One- and three-day tickets are available as well as a new "decide later" one-day ticket. To order tickets visit macclassic.org.

(Editor's note: This event was canceled after the Review went to press) March 14, 15 — Aurora Colony Handspinners Guild presents its Antique Spinning Wheel Showcase, a family-friendly event with hands-on activities for all ages. The event runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The event is included with regular museum admission. The museum is located at 15018 2nd St., NE in Aurora. Learn more online at auroracolonyhandspinners.com.

March 14 (7 p.m.) — Get your toes tapping and fingers snapping at the Puddin' River Jazz Band dance taking place at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Willamette Falls, 710 6th St., Oregon City. All are welcome to this family friendly event. Admission is a suggested donation of $20 per person, but no one will be turned away. Call 503-656-7296 for more information.

March 15 (2-5 p.m.) — Attend Bach-A-Thon at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1126 SW Park Ave., Portland. The concert features organists Grant Edwards, Colin Frey, Bruce Neswick, Joe Pettit, Nate Sanders and Christopher Schindler. A free will offering will be taken.

March 15 (2:30 p.m.) — Newberg Community Band presents a concert designed for children at Bauman Auditorium at George Fox University campus in Newberg. The program features music from "Mary Poppins Returns," "Star Wars," "Raising Dragons," LeRoy Anderson's "Typewriter" and two pieces for trumpet solos with Grammy Award-winner Charlie Porter. Attendees will have an opportunity to conduct the band, too. It's free. Call 971-264-1509 for more information.

March 15 (3-5 p.m.) — Take an alcohol ink workshop led by Chessa Fait of Cerebral Artworks at Bakers Prairie Bakery, 1385 SE 1st Ave., Canby. Chessa will teach different techniques to make a unique piece of art to take home, all supplies provided. Cost is $58 per person. Register online at instagram.com/cerebral_artworks or call 503-266-2253.

March 16 (noon to 1 p.m.) —Attend the open house hosted by Coachmasters at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 15751 Quarry Road, Lake Oswego. They are celebrating the successful launch of their club with food, beverages and prizes. All are welcome.


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