It goes without saying, Dylan was one of the greats, and will be missed! LRSD performs a tribute 5 pm sharp at OmalleysOmalleys
This is the Society for Syncopated Drummings first Thunder Drumming Jamboree featuring 3 Elementary schools participating in our afterschool drumming workshops.
Sabin, Beach & Llewellyn.
*This event will be FREE, open to the public, and include a raffle, snack bar, with a special performance by the Last Regiment of Syncopated Drummers.Abernethy Grade School
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!SW Portland City Streets
The Last Regiment partners with NIKE to present the ultimate Pride experience for 2017!North Park Blocks
Mark your calendar! On Saturday, July 23rd, celebrate the funky charm of one of SE Portland’s oldest neighborhoods at the Division/Clinton District’s Annual Street Fair and Parade. The morning parade along Division and Clinton Streets will kick off a full day of live music, family fun, children’s events, great food, interesting art, craft and community booths, sidewalk sales for bargain hunters, and much more. All events are free and open to everyone. The Last Regiment lead the parade starting at 10:30AMSE Division St
This is a HUGE opportunity to bring positive attention to Human Access Project River Huggers, Human Access Project and the Willamette River. Plus, its a chance to give Ted additional confidence in championing better access for the Willamette River.
Please come if you can - it will be very fun, either way please liberally invite friends. Our goal is to get 200-300 participants. Totally do-able but it will take contributions from a lot of people to help promote it to get the word out.
The Last Regiment serenades swimmers from the bridge!
Join over 700 runners and walkers for our annual SHOC Walk & Run, always on the first Saturday in August. Offering a timed 5K and 10K walk or run option, along with an untimed 1-Mile Family Fun Walk, the course offers a casual stroll or an invigorating run along the peaceful Clackamas River and throughout the quaint town of Gladstone, Oregon. The SHOC Walk & Run is an opportunity for families, survivors, supporters and businesses from surrounding communities to come together for a common cause. Like in years past, dogs and strollers are welcome! The Last Regiment performs as the runners cross the finish line and then again for the pancake breakfast!Latus Motors
Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions!
The Last Regiment kicks off the walk at 12:15pm!
Portland International Raceway
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