Volunteers Help Children Read Volunteers, age 50 and above are needed to serve as tutors and mentors for children in local schools for the 2015-16 school year. Many children need a little extra attention to thrive academically. This is where AARP Experience Corps comes in, matching volunteers, age 50+, with […]
Parade starts at 10:00Events on Division St Hawthorne Chiropractic • 1222 • In-office promotions and specials Pastini...
Southeast Little League at Safeco Field By Kerry Beeaker, SEPLL Communications and league parent On Sunday,...
Fundraiser to Save Mt. Tabor and Washington Park Reservoirs Come out and hear the fabulous original music of Ron Rogers...
Walk + Bike Challenge The Walk + Bike Challenge is a friendly competition aimed at encouraging more kids and families to walk and bike to and from school and throughout their neighborhoods. The Challenge is hosted by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) with support from the Oregon Department of Transportation […]Read more ›
The public is invited to submit photos for Oregon Farm Bureau’s 2016 Oregon’s Bounty calendar celebrating Oregon agriculture: the people, production, the landscape, and everything depicting the beauty, culture, enjoyment, or tradition of family farming and ranching. Horizontal-format, high-resolution images, close-ups and panoramic views of crop harvesting, farmland, food, farm […]Read more ›
Portland Rose Society’s 21st Annual Information & Vendor Fair Oaks Amusement Park Dance Pavilion, Monday, March 16, 7:30 pm. Free admission. • shop local garden and supply centers • buy special PRS fertilizer and all organic fertilizer • talk with experts on disease control and sprays • enjoy […]Read more ›
Habitat Restoration in Mt. Tabor Park By Mary Kinnick Friends of Mt. Tabor Park (FMTP) Weed Warriors (WW) have accomplished a great deal over the past 14 years. They’ve removed acres of invasive species and replanted and mulched native species. This past year was the largest turnout ever […]Read more ›
By Midge Pierce In her intriguing debut novel, The God of Sno Cone Blue, Marcia Coffey Turnquist proves you can go home again. It’s especially true when you plumb for deep life experiences in an unpretentious corner of SE Portland where your parents are still living in your childhood home. Many […]Read more ›
The Mount Tabor Park CalendaR is a 6-year personal project of photographer Andrew Haliburton celebrating Portland’s beloved park and open water reservoirs. The 2015 calendar focuses on the reservoirs. For over 100 years, the reservoirs functioned as the heart of the City’s drinking water supply, balancing the flow and pressure in […]Read more ›