FRIDAY MARCH 15ME SIENTO CON VALLEJO
[DANCE] That hammock isn’t just for lounging—Luciana Proaño turns the modest piece of netting into a bed, swing and even a prison gate in her tribute to the surrealist Peruvian poet César Vallejo. Studio 14, 333 NE Hancock St., 971-275-0595. 8 pm. $10-$15.
MAZAMAS USED-GEAR SALE
[GEAR] Mazamas membership requires summiting a glaciated peak. No climbing is necessary to shop the group’s used-gear sale. Members sell used adventure gear: snowshoes, camping supplies and climbing equipment to outfit your next ambitious outing. REI and the Mountain Shop will bring deals, too. Mazama Mountaineering Center, 527 SE 43rd Ave. 6-8 pm.
A TRIBUTE TO PLASTIC ONO BAND
[MUSIC] When John Lennon left the Beatles, he truly went solo. Plastic Ono Band, his first post-Fab Four album, is a record made only for himself and those willing to travel with him to deep, dark, alarmingly personal places his previous group never dared. Fanno Creek, the We Shared Milk and Old Age perform the record in full along with other Lennon material. Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi Ave., 288-3895.
9 pm. $5. 21+.
SATURDAY MARCH 16NORDIC WALKING
[SPORTS] You too can be one of those baffling walkers using ski poles for propulsion. Learn all the health and eccentricity benefits of Nordic walking at this group walk. Register by Friday, March 15. Next up: the lesser-known nordic walk competition in the Portland Marathon. Salmon Fountain at Southwest Salmon Street and Naito Parkway. 7:30-8:30 am. $25, poles $5. wondersofwalking.com.
SUNDAY MARCH 17ST. PATRICK’S DAY
[HOLIDAY] Make like the Irish and get bladdered, blootered, fluthered, langered, pished, rubbered, stocious, steamin’ or just plain plastered. You’ll be talkin’ like a wet wellie in no time at all. Anywhere with Guinness or whiskey. As early as you can stomach. 21+.
SEINFELD QUIZ NIGHT
[TRIVIA] What kind of bike did Jerry have hanging on his wall? Did Jerry have any siblings? What was George’s ATM code? EastBurn, 1800 E Burnside St. 6 pm. Free. 21+.
MONDAY MARCH 18MILK MUSIC
[MUSIC] If this Washington-based quartet isn’t living in the past, it certainly trades in it, playing mossy, guitar-heavy indie rock that conjures the spirits of Pacific Northwest forebears from the Wipers to Nirvana. Star Theater, 13 NW 6th Ave., 248-4700. 9 pm. $8. 21+.