horrific earthquake in Haiti
Eat, drink, shop, party and be merry.
Know about another local way to help or planning your own event? Email kclarke@wweek.com.
**Scroll down to the bottom of the post of ongoing event, aid collections and resources.**

**EAT
SUNDAYS & WEDNESDAYS:
Sunday and Wednesday during January and February
2340 NW Westover Road, 477-8348.
TUESDAY JAN. 26: Urban Farmer and Departure Happy Hour for Haiti
3-6 pm Urban Farmer, 4-6 pm Departure Tuesday, Jan. 26. 525 SW Morrison, Urban Farmer is on the 8th floor; Departure is on the 15th floor.
THURSDAY, JAN. 28: Fenouil Haiti Benefit Dinner
Fenouil, 900 SW 11th Ave., 525-2225. 6:30 pm Thursday, Jan. 28. $50, wine included.
SATURDAY, JAN. 30: Sunday Supper at Olympic Provisions
107 SE Washington St., 954-3663. Dinner at 7 pm. $50 per person.
SUNDAY, JAN. 31:
People's Co-op upstairs, 3029 Southeast 21st Ave. 2-5 pm Sunday, Jan. 31. There is a Facebook invite for this event here. All proceeds going to Mercy Corps.
TUESDAY FEB. 2: Beast Benefit Dinners
Beast, 5425 NE 30th Ave. 6 and 8 pm Tuesdays, Jan. 26 and Feb. 2. $100. Reservations by phone only: 841-6968.
SakeOne, 820 Elm St., Forest Grove, 357-7056 x 234, sakeone.com. $10 tasting fee. 21+.
ONGOING:
K & F Select Fine Coffees/Clinton Street Coffee House
Clinton Street Coffee House, 2706 SE 26th Ave., 238-2547.
ONGOING: Theo Chocolate
**LISTEN/DANCE/WATCH
THURSDAY, Jan. 28: Salsa/Tango for Disaster Relief
PEAR, 338 NW 6th Ave., 560-1266, Facebook. 9:30 pm-2 am. $10 suggested donation.
FRIDAY, JAN. 29: Cappella Romana
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 3131 NE Glisan St., 236-8202. 7 pm. $20-$40 per family.
FRIDAY, JAN. 29: Taborspace for Haiti
5441 SE Belmont St., 704-6807, taborspace.org. 7 pm. All ages.
FRIDAY, JAN. 29: Hope for Haiti: Relief Benefit
Ambridge Event Center, 300 NE Multnomah St., 544-0612. Doors at 7 pm. $10. 21+.
SATURDAY, JAN. 30: Knee-High for Haiti
Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, oakspark.com. 10 pm-12:30 am. $7-$10.
SUNDAY, JAN. 31: Save Haiti at Club 915
915 SW 2nd Ave., 709-5948, club915pdx.com. Doors at 5 pm. 21+. $10.
SUNDAY, JAN. 31: Blues for Haiti
"
The Refectory, 1618 NE 122nd Ave. 6 pm Sunday, Jan. 31. Free, with humanity.
SUNDAY, FEB. 7: Stefanefit
Echo Theater, 1515 SE 37th Ave., 231-1232. $7-$15 suggested donation.
THURSDAY, FEB. 11:
Hell To Pay: Fuck Pat Robertson & Rush Limbaugh
An evening of highly entertaining all-star action benefiting Haiti

"HELL TO PAY - FUCK PAT ROBERTSON AND RUSH LIMBAUGH"

featuring musical guests

BLUE GIANT

THE MINUS 5

LEWI LONGMIRE BAND

HOSANNAHS (formerly Church)

plus SPECIAL GUESTS

Thursday February 11 @ Mississippi Studios

Yep....we're raising money for Satan.

And giving it to Haiti.

I find hate to be such a powerful unifier.
fuck pat robertson
THURSDAY, FEB. 11: Lean on Me: A Musical Benefit for Haiti
The Great Hall Restaurant, 1406 SW Broadway, 477-7335. $5-$15 suggested donation.
SATURDAY, FEB. 13:
ATLAS: A Pre-Valentine's Bleeding Hearts Dance to Benefit Haiti
Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, holocene.org. 9 pm Saturday, Feb. 13. $5. 21+.
ONGOING: Allegro Music
**SHOP, ETC.
MONDAY-FRIDAY, JAN. 25-29:

THURSDAY, FEB. 4: Handpulled for Haiti- Printed with love from Portland, Oregon.
224 NW 13th Ave., blog.wkstudio.com. Opening night 5:30-9 pm, with music by Les Etrangers.
THURSDAY, FEB. 18: Haircuts for Haiti
9 am-9 pm Thursday, Feb. 18. Portland Campus, 1542 Ne Weidler St., 239-0838. 9 am-6 pm Milwaukie Campus, 16550 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Milwaukie, 652-2668. $5+ donation.
More here: http://milagrosboutique.com/2010/01/14/wave-of-support-for-haiti-from-local-businesses/
ONGOING RELIEF PROJECTS
Southlake Church Re-gifting for Haiti Auction
Southlake Church, 1555 SW Borland Road, West Linn, will open its doors to anyone willing to drop off easy-to-ship items in new or excellent condition. Donation hours: Monday, January 18 through Thursday, January 28 (9 am-4 pm Monday-Friday, 5:30-7:30 pm Saturday, 8:30 am-12:30 pm. Sunday)
To make an immediate, secure gift, please go to www.medicalteams.org. Or call, 1(800)959-HEAL (4325). Or send your contribution to: P.O. Box 10, Portland, OR 97207-0010.
Riverbed Technology
"That Gamer's Haiti Response Fundraiser"
Check it out at http://www.mercycorps.org/fundraising.
American Red Cross
Relief and global low cost healthcare champions Partners In Health, started in part by the fascinating
Dr. Paul Farmer, has been working in Haiti for years. Now they need your help, stat. Find out minute-to-minute updates on their organization's relief efforts on its new website www.standwithhaiti.org—as well as donate funds, set up your own donation page, check out benefit events and connect with other aid workers. And really, you should read Mountains Beyond Mountains, Tracy Kidder's excellent biography of Farmer and his cohorts' quest to fight diseases like
and help Haitians and other people across the globe get access to health care. It's freakin' amazing.

PAST EVENTS: THANK YOU TO THESE LOCAL BUSINESS FOR THEIR HAITI RELIEF EFFORTS
TUESDAY-SATURDAY, JAN. 19-23: Lincoln Restaurant
Haiti Relief, Take 2
All this week Lincoln will be donating 5 percent of our food sales to Mercy Corps Haiti relief efforts.
3808 N Williams No. 127, call 288-6200 for reservations.
MONDAY, JAN. 25: All Souls Rising
The Woods, 6637 Milwaukie Ave., 890-0408. 9 pm (not confirmed). $10 donation. 21+.
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, JAN. 22-24: Wildwood
Wildwood, 1221 NW 21st Ave., 248-9663 or wildwoodrestaurant.com.
SUNDAY, JAN. 24:
Racha Thai,
12000 SE 82nd Ave., 503-794-3939. Sunday, Jan. 24.
Alpha Haiti Radio-athon
Great news for Mercy Corps and the fundraising effort executed yesterday by the Alpha Broadcasting stations: KINK, KUFO, KUPL, KXTG/95.5 The Game, KXL and KCMD. A few more donations came in late last night and will be factored in to the amount raised, which now stands at a whopping, $129,367. Again, Northwest based Mercy Corps will use that money to provide food, water, clothing and shelter for those victims of the horrific devastation in Haiti.
6 am-7 pm Tuesday, Jan. 19
Le Pigeon, 738 East Burnside, 546.8796, www.lepigeon.com. Dinner hours Wednesday, Jan. 20. Regular menu prices.
Delta Cafe, 4607 SE Woodstock, 5 pm ‘til late, 771-3101, deltacafepdx.com.

Thursday, Jan. 21
7910 SW 35th Ave., 245-0199.
Portland Opera
Cosi fan Tutte
50 percent of the proceeds
Scottish Rite Center, 1512 SW Morrison St., 241-1802. 7 pm Wednesday, Jan. 20. $10-$50.
Thomas Lauderdale, Cool Nutz, Portland Cello Project, Janice Scroggins, Holcombe Waller, Oregon Symphony concertmaster Jun Iwasaki, with pianist Grace Fong, Broadway veteran, baritone Douglas Webster, Flash Choir, PHAME, the Grant High School Royal Blues, and Storm Large
Aladdin Theater, 3017 SE Milwaukie Ave. 7:30 pm Thursday, Jan. 21. $30.
SATURDAY, JAN. 23:
Groove Movement Haiti Relief Concert
Saturday, Jan. 23
Mt. Tabor Theater, 4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd., 360-1450
. 9 pm Saturday, Jan. 23. $8.
SUNDAY, JAN. 24:
Helping Haiti: A Community Concert for a Critical Cause
Mt. Tabor Theater, 4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd., 360-1450
. 5-10 pm Sunday, Jan. 24. $5+ sliding scale donation. 21+.
For info, interested bands/performers, ways to donate crafts or services, and ways to volunteer please contact: Chelsea Chick at chickchelsea@hotmail.com.
SUNDAY, JAN. 24:
Classical Revolution & Opera Theater Oregon
Haiti Benefit
Kennedy School, 5736 NE 33rd Ave. 7 pm Sunday, Jan. 24. Donation.
Betsy & Iya Jewelry
through Thursday, Jan. 21
betsyandiya.com
FRIDAY, JAN. 22: McKenzie Books
Friday, January 22
100% of profits from its MKZbooks.com website and in-store book sales
Contact him at 880-1019 richard at spiritbodymassage.com. Activspace, 833 SE Main St., Box 146. You can also donate on his Mercy Corps personal giving page.
SEEK yoga apparel at 20-40 percent off Wednesday-Saturday, Jan. 20-23.
Bhaktishop, 2500 SE 26th Ave., 224-0108.
Portland Haiti Relief Container Project
Portland Foursquare Church, 1302 SE Ankeny St., 852.1635. 10 am-6 pm, Friday through Wednesday, Jan. 15-20.
  • Plastic Sheeting/Tarps/Duct Tape
  • Baby Formula
  • Peanut Butter
  • First Aid Supplies and Over the Counter Medications like Tylenol or Anti Bacterial Cream, Etc.
  • Clothing: new & gently used, light weight
  • Sport sandals
  • Hygiene items
  • Sanitary Wipes