Hotel Modera Still Has a Few Rooms Available!

Hotel Modera would like to wish you all a warm and happy holiday! If you have last minute family coming into town and don’t have the space – we still have a few rooms available! So, make your reservation today with the 10% to 15% discount off our best available rate. Here’s what you and your family can look forward to doing during the long weekend!

 

The Nutcracker

When: Friday December 23rd, 2011
Where: Keller Auditorium
Address: 222 Southwest Clay Street, Portland, OR 97201
Website: www.pcpa.com

THE HEART IS A CHILD…
…awakening to the magic of the season. Light the fire in a child’s heart (and spark your own childhood wonder) with this beloved trip into a land where toy soldiers fight rat armies, snowflakes come dancing to life and the sugarplum fairy presides over it all with the wave of a wand. Each year George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker sets the season a-sparkle, creating memories your family will cherish forever. This year seven performances will feature the full OBT Orchestra.

 

Christmas Around the World

When: Friday December 23rd, 2011
Where: Pittock Mansion
Address: 3229 NW Pittock Drive, Portland, OR 97210
Website: www.pittockmansion.org/

Every year, more than 100 volunteer decorators, designers, and local charities donate their time and talents to transform Pittock Mansion into a holiday wonderland. This year will highlight multi-cultural Christmas customs and traditions with dazzling decorations and more than 15 festive trees as we celebrate Christmas Around the World.

 

Sacramento Kings @ Portland Trail Blazers

When: Tuesday, December 23rd, 2011
Where: Rose Garden Arena
Address: 1 N Center Court St # 150, Portland, OR 97227
Website: www.nba.com/blazers

The NBA is back in action! Why not catch a game against the Sacramento Kings?

 

Woody Allen and His New Orleans Jazz Band

When: Tuesday, December 23rd, 2011
Where: Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Address: 1037 Southwest Broadway, Portland, OR 97205
Website: www.pcpa.com

For more than thirty-five years, Woody Allen and his New Orleans Jazz Band have been delighting audiences with a hot mix of New Orleans inspired music. The band’s sound is firmly rooted in the music that Woody Allen has loved since his childhood and draws inspiration from such legendary artists as Sidney Bechet, George Lewis, Johnny Dodds, Jimmie Noone and of course, Louis Armstrong.

Their repertoire consists of over 1200 songs and comprises a diverse collection of early 20th century popular tunes, hymns, spirituals, marches, blues and rags. In keeping with the spontaneous nature of the music every performance is an energetic collection of improvisations there is no play list, nor do the musicians know what song Allen, in collaboration with band director Eddy Davis, will call out next.

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