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Foot Patrol Workshop: Creating Good Energy

Friends of the Pearl Foot Patrol Workshop: Creating Good Energy by Stan Penkin Pearl District Foot Patrollers turned out on a recent Saturday morning for the first of several planned workshops to better prepare them for situations that might be encountered on the street. Brad Taylor, a Mental Health Specialist from the Office of Neighborhood Involvement, engaged the group on ways to recognize, respond and report persons experiencing mental health illness and related issues. Mr. Taylor stressed the importance of building positive energy should an encounter occur, rather than escalating negativity. He portrayed a number of potential situations and demonstrated how they can be dealt with in a non-confrontational […]

2017 Summer Movies & Concerts

NW Summer Movies & Concerts Join us for some summer fun in the parks around NW Portland! Wallace Park Thurs., July 13, 6:00 pm Tezeta Band (jazz, soul) Lovejoy Fountain Park Sat., July 22, 6:30 pm Movie: The Eagle Huntress Fri., Aug. 11, 6:30 pm Ken DeRouchie Band (Muddy nominated blues) Fri., Aug. 18, 6:30 pm Chata Addy & Susuma (Afro-Reggae, funky highlife dance music) Kearney & 23rd Ave. Tues., Aug. 1, 5:00 pm NNO Party with music and activities for kids Couch Park Tues., Aug. 1, 6:00 pm White Rhino Marimba North Park Blocks Thurs., Aug. 3, 6:30 pm Tracy Kim Band […]

Footbridge over Burnside

Public Informational Meeting The Portland Parks Foundation invites you to come and learn more about plans for the new footbridge over Burnside! They will report on the community’s fundraising campaign and construction plans for an elegantly designed pedestrian bridge to create a safe passage along the Wildwood Trail between Washington Park and Forest Park. Thursday, June 15th 6:30 – 8:00 pm World Forestry Center, Cheatham Hall, 4033 SW Cayon Road  

Recover NW23 Meeting

Recover NW23 COMMUNITY MEETING Monday, JUNE 5 6:00 – 8:00 pm Holiday Inn Express, NW 23rd & Vaughn Refreshments provided The Portland Bureau of Emergency Management and Nob Hill Business Association are co-hosting a community meeting with two key topics: 6 – 6:45 pm · Explosion: What happened on Oct. 19? A representative of the Oregon Public Utility Commission will provide an overview of their investigation into the explosion and fire on NW 23rd and Glisan. The original PUC report is fairly long and includes some government/utility language that can be hard to understand. Representatives from the Oregon PUC, the […]

TSP Stage 3 Update

Review + comment on the policies and objectives in the Discussion Draft from May 19 to July 21. STEP 1: Review the updates here STEP 2: Email your feedback to TSP3@portlandoregon.gov PLEASE BE SPECIFIC. Include page numbers and headers (or other content identifiers) to make it easier for staff to consider your feedback and make updates. Your feedback will go directly to the staff person responsible for the content of the specific sections you comment on. PLEASE READ THE FRONT. Reading the gray Summary of Revisions boxes at the beginning of each section will provide key guidance to focus your review and comments. Staff […]

King of Roads

Premier Portland Screening May 18th, 7:00 pm Cerulean’s Portland Tasting Room, 1439 NW Marshall St. A $15 donation to benefit Lift Urban Portland includes the screening, wine and dessert. Reserve tickets Here!  Join producers John Hardham and Michael Friend for a screening of “King of Roads,” a Laughing Deva Productions documentary. The film is a 47-minute documentary on the Historic Columbia River Highway that brings to life many stories and issues connected to the historic highway — from its beginning in 1913 and into the future, via interviews, research and local perspectives.

Hunger Match at New Seasons

This next weekend, May 20th & 21st.  New Seasons Market will be having their Hunger Match event.  Where each store actively promotes their partnership with their Hunger Partner.  The Slabtown’s location partner is Lift Urban Portland, so we will be going all out to let our customers know about Lift and helping to raise as much money as possible for them. NSM will be matching the first $1,000 donated at each store, which we are very excited about! (Yet only donations made at Slabtown go to Lift Urban Portland).