Econo Lodge Expo Center
405 NE Columbia Blvd.
Portland, OR 97211-1421
Phone: (503) 285-7777
Fax: (503) 286-8834
Concordia University is an acknowledged arts university which is open to students who want to make it big in life. It offers education in a very challenging, yet supportive environment that prepares the students for the trials and tribulations that life puts forth for them. Besides studies, there are enough facilities for sports, recreation and cultural activities. Annual Transfer Admission Event, directed towards the foreign transfer students completing their bachelor's degree, events directed towards those students interested in gaining their MAT degree and baseball and golf championships are to name a few of the events that take place in Concordia University.
Wondering where to have your next major event? Planning a wedding but not sure where to hold the ceremony and reception? Whatever the occasion, this North Portland ballroom is sure to meet your needs. More than 6,000 square feet of space should be plenty to accommodate your entire party. The unique architecture and cozy interiors of North Star Ballroom will put everyone at ease. Separate adjoining rooms, including the salon, parlor and dining room, provide extra space for dressing rooms and more.
The PDX Q Center is primarily involved in holding various cultural activities of the LGBTQ community and to create support systems for them. They come up with various art-related programs and events with an aim to create more awareness in the public about LGBTQ groups. The center also hosts numerous workshops, events and many other activities for increased support from the community people for the LGBTQ.
Resting within Columbia Park, this community pool brings fun and enjoyment to all. The indoor pool is heated to at least 84 degrees and offers a multitude of healthy activities. With a shallow end only one- and one-half feet deep, it's popular with swimmers who like to keep their feet planted and heads out of the water. Twenty-five yards long, the pool is also popular with avid lap swimmers.
The Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center is Oregon's largest exhibition venue. When the Oregon Convention Center is too cramped for a business meeting or an exhibition, organizers look to Portland Expo Center's 330,000 square feet of floor space. The Expo Center hosts several large consumer events every year, including the Portland Home and Garden Show, Portland Boat Show, as well as gun, antique and animal shows.
Cool off in the historic Irvington District and take advantage of yet another Portland pool. This L-shaped, indoor pool will not only cool you; it will keep you out of the sun. There's a diving board and a whirlpool spa. You'll find classes and other events offered at the pool center. Great for a day out with young ones, you'll appreciate the family atmosphere.
Formerly Pilots Field, this baseball facility was renamed in 2004, in honor of Portland athletic director and long-time head coach Joe Etzel. The stadium was constructed around what is considered one of the best natural grass surfaces in the Portland. The facility has a enclosed, heated press box, batting cages, dugouts, bleachers and concession stands. The field has a seating capacity of 1500 at a time. It is the venue for some really good baseball matches between various local teams. Head to the Joe Etzel Field for some of the best baseball action in Portland.
Harry A. Merlo Field is completely soccer stadium, punctuated with complete entertainment. Home to the Pilots, it has been host to a number of memorable soccer fixtures, the most remarkable being the NCAA Women's Soccer Final Four—1994. Lately, the fully natural grass surfaced venue has been lit up with floodlights, encouraging nights games, thus driving in huge crowds during weekends and promising action packed entertainment. World class facilities has ranked it among the top sporting venues within Portland by Olympic officials.
The Leftbank provides ample space that can rented out for various events. From a host of cultural programmes, festivals, fund raisers to private parties and social events, this place makes an excellent venue for all kinds of activities and functions. Check website for rental details.
You'll find the Portland Winter Hawks here from September through March. While they're the main attraction on ice, there are other skating shows and competitions here. Concerts and other community events are scheduled throughout the year in this little cousin of the Rose Garden. Located near the Convention Center in Northeast Portland, the stadium is an oval-shaped coliseum encased by a large glass housing. It keeps Portlanders dry and comfortable while they're being entertained. Next to the Rose Garden, it's the biggest draw to the Rose Quarter.
Northwest Personal Training strives to keep the men and women of Portland in good shape with state-of-the-art nautilus equipment, free weights, and treadmills available for daily regimes. There are more than thirty classes to choose from, including cardiovascular conditioning, yoga, kick-boxing, pilates, and spinning. The sauna's heat will relax your aching muscles, the full spectrum light treatment will invigorate. Check out the nutrition programs offered as well, letting the club's nutrition experts guide you in the steps to making a total body transformation.
The Grant High School is a famous and well known school, located in Portland. The school has various academic options such as Science, Maths, Social Studies, Performing Arts, English, Health, Business Marketing among many others. There are facilities for tennis, track racing, baseball and softball here as well to ensure the students have enough time for physical fitness and activities as well. Various clubs such as the Latino Club and National Honor Society encourage participation of students. The school also has a fantastic library, where students can read up on world famous books.