Celebrate Oregon Agriculture

Celebrate Oregon Agriculture brings you tips for enjoying Oregon agriculture with your family. Over 37,000 family farms in Oregon grow over 220 amazing products. We’re lucky to live in Oregon, where world-class soils and our mild climate grow the world’s greatest food. Click here for tips, videos and more! Sponsored by Do It NW!, Food Services of America and Wilco.

94/7 is partnering with Vitalogy Foundation for the EB Research Partnership

Pearl Jam​'s Vitalogy Foundation has partnered with us to raise money for several amazing nonprofit organizations in 2015 and beyond! The Vitalogy Foundation is a public non-profit organization founded in 2006 by the members of Pearl Jam and their manager, supporting the efforts of non profit organizations doing commendable work in the fields of community health, the environment, arts and education, and social change. $2 from every ticket sold to our December to Remember concert series will benefit the Vitalogy Foundation which supports the EB Research Partnership. EB (Epidermolysis Bullosa) is devastating, and currently without a cure. An individual with EB lacks a critical protein that binds the layers of skin together. Without this protein, the skin tears apart, blisters and sheers off, leading to severe pain, disfigurement, and wounds that never heal. Given that EB affects only 30,000 people in the US, advancing this research relies on the generosity of individuals and corporations. Stay tuned to 94/7 this fall for December to Remember show dates and lineup announcements! (NOTE: Pearl Jam will not be performing at these shows.) Learn more about Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy Foundation.

Give Back today!

During this season of thankfulness and joy, please join New Tradition Homes in their “Give Back” campaign supporting Neighbors Helping neighbors, a non-profit, volunteer-based, food and clothing bank in Clark County.  Through the month of December, New Tradition Homes will be collecting food, clothing and cash donations at all of their model home locations.  Visit the New Tradition Homes Facebook page to see how together local families in need can be helped this season.

Zoo Lights is back!

It wouldn't be the holidays in Portland without a visit to the Oregon Zoo's annual winter festival ZooLights! As you walk around the zoo, you'll see a dazzling display of a million and half lights, and experience your zoo in a whole new light! This must-see holiday light extravaganza runs from November 27th through January 3rd.  For more information, or to purchase value night tickets, click here!

Help Support Portland's Boys & Girls Club..

Click here to purchase a $40 raffle ticket for your chance to win a brand new car – and help Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro, courtesy of Dick’s Auto Group! Your purchase of a raffle ticket goes well beyond the chance to win a brand new car. Proceeds will be directed to enhancing the services provided to the thousands of youth served daily in Portland area Boys & Girls Clubs! Raffle tickets are available through December 24th, 2015. Hurry – only 3,500 tickets will be sold!

Regal Cinemas introduces My Way Matinee

Regal Entertainment Group has announced the My Way Matinee program featuring sensory friendly screening of some of the most popular family films of the season. Each month through December, Regal will feature a new hit movie in a sensory friendly environment with the lights on and volume lowered. My Way Matinee gives audiences the opportunity to sing, dance and shout during the screening. All show times for the sensory friendly screenings will begin at 10:30 a.m. for the special ticket price of $6.50 (plus tax). See a full list of participating locations and additional information.

Pass the Keys!

Tailgating this football season? Then do yourself and everyone else a favor and Pass the Keys! Designate a driver BEFORE the party gets started, have a plan for getting people home safely if you’re the host, and always buckle up—it’s still the best defense against drunk drivers. Nearly 10,000 people lose their lives each year in alcohol-related crashes and sports fans should be aware that the Oregon State Police (OSP), local sheriffs and police departments plan to have extra traffic patrols on game days to keep the roads safe. This football season, Pass The Keys and designate a driver. A message from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, OSP, Oregon Department of Transportation…and every other driver on the road. 

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