The Society for Syncopated is proud to announce our 2nd annual Thunder Drumming Jamboree featuring performances by Portland elementary school level drummers from Sabin, Beach, and Llewellyn, also Robert Gray middle school drummers.
The Last Regiment will perform at the end of the jamboree as the grand finale.Abernethy Elementary School
One of our most popular events, the Portland General Electric/SOLVE Starlight Parade offers funky, eclectic fun for everyone. From traditional marching bands and flood-lit floats, to glow-in-the-dark umbrellas and unique hand-built entries, you’ll see the best of Portland’s diverse community groups (and surrounding Northwest region) together in one whimsical pageant. 2018 makes for an exciting Starlight Parade as it celebrates more than 40 years in the city of Portland!
The Starlight Parade continues a longtime festival tradition from the early 1900s, when illuminated floats built on electric trolley cars made their way through the city on trolley tracks. Today, participants light up the night with approximately 100 illuminated entries along a 2.25-mile route. The parade draws more than 325,000 spectators to downtown Portland, and is also broadcast live from 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. on FOX 12. Don’t miss the fun of one of the Rose Festival’s best and brightest traditions!
The Portland General Electric/SOLVE Starlight Parade will begin at 8:30 p.m. on June 2, 2018.Downtown Protland
The TEDx Fun Run/Walk, “Paint The Town TED,” will feature a unique partnership between OMSI and TEDx, and create excitement and hype leading up to the main event later that week. So, jump off the couch and join us for the 4th annual TEDxPortland 6K Night Run! Participants will enjoy a non-competitive experience that is family friendly around the Portland Waterfront.
Last Regiment kicks the beats!OMSI
What kid doesn’t love a parade? Apparently none in Lake Oswego as it seems every child under the age of 10 is either walking down A Avenue or cheering those on who are. Parade begins at 10:00 a.m. and finishes at Millennium Plaza Park with a Star Spangled Celebration…and pie eating contest at 12:00 noon. Things wrap up at 1:30.
The Last Regiment brings a Tsunami of sound to Lake Oswego!
Don't miss our circle up perfromance at the Millenium Plaza Park after the parade!!!Lake Oswego
Join us for a one way fun swim across the Willamette River and a chance to swim with our new Mayor - its a historic occasion, you can say you swam with our new Mayor across our river. It's the next step of the Portland Riverlution in creating better access to the Willamette River and transforming Portland's relationship with our river. Show up and be counted! Last Regiment serenades the swimmers from the Hawthorne Bridge.Fire Station 21
The Big Float is a celebration of our city’s river and a benefit for the Human Access Project. The goal is to help people embrace the Willamette River and to advocate for public beaches and better human access to our downtown waterway. In addition, we support our river's preservation and healthy development as a public resource. Join the flotilla. Viva la Riverlution!
The Last Regiment starts the parade to the river at 12:45!Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Together, we can end Alzheimer's disease. When you participate in Walk, your fundraising dollars fuel our mission-related initiatives of care, support and research.
The Last Regiment kicks off the Portland walk at 11:00amRose Garden Commons (near MODA Center)
The second annual Drop Box Derby, a one-day design build competition using salvaged materials.
This friendly, festive event (Portland Block Party meets Iron Chef) will feature local Portland cider, fine dining food carts and live music.
LAST REGIMENT bring in the judges at 2:00pm
This event will host ten teams of 2-4 members each. Each team will receive identical batches of salvaged (mostly wood) material and a set of parameters. Teams will have 4 hours to design and build a piece. A panel of 4 judges will select the top three designs for which prizes will be awarded.
While sipping cider and rubbing elbows with builders and makers, attendees will be able to bid in a silent auction on pieces as they are being made. All proceeds will go to Sisters of the Road.Eastside Esplanade
The 3-Course Challenge features three distinct courses with varying degrees of difficulty: easy, moderate, and difficult. Each of the races are run on grass, dirt, sand roads and trails; no pavement, though there is a little mud. Okay, more than a little. A giant mud hole, nicknamed "Clear Lake" is the highlight of the course for most of the runners. The mud on their faces, splashed across their competitor's number, and coating their running shoes is like battle scars at the end of the race, symbol of victory, proof of their conquering the quest! The Last Regiment drums the sound of victory!Camp Rilea
Hear ye, hear ye! The LRSD Annual party is being put together. We would like to see ALL alumni attend since this will be our 20 year anniversary!!
Stay Tuned and SAVE THE DATE!!!East Portland Eagle Lodge 3256