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Save the date: Saturday, August 20, 2022 for Multnomah Days, one of the oldest Street Fairs in Portland

Multnomah Village residents know the secret: Multnomah Days is simply the best! Experience the charm and history of quaint Multnomah Village. This beloved annual event incorporates a one-day open-air family friendly street festival with 100+ vendor booths, live music, street entertainers, art, food and beverage carts plus outdoor street dining. Additionally, there will be a Kids Zone at Multnomah Arts Center and other developing entertainment. Plus, shops and restaurants will be open for business. Stop in and say "hello!"New this year will be a community stage featuring local community talent in addition to the main stage planned for the Bridge/Viaduct. This will help expand the entertainment and community involvement opportunities throughout the event area and throughout the day. PARADE: Note that the morning parade is not part of the event plan for this year. The decision was made based on MVBA member input, previous vendor, and festival attendees' feedback as well as concerns with logistical and operational limitations unique to this year's event. We are confident that the entertainment and activities being planned throughout the day will be well received.

LOCATION: Multnomah Village - Capitol Hwy between the bridge/Garden Home Rd and SW 31st Ave.

COST: Free

PARKING: Village parking during event is limited. Be patient and plan ahead. If possible, walk, bike, or take public transportation to avoid parking issues. Disability Parking; use nearby disability spaces at Multnomah Arts Center or Meals on Wheels People's back parking lots.

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