SMART seeking volunteers in SE Are you looking to make a difference in the life of a child? SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) is seeking volunteers for the 2013-14 school year at the following sites in SE Portland: • Arleta Elementary • Atkinson Elementary • Buckman Elementary • [...]
Tree health: Fact, Fiction and a Few Lies Trees are a vital part of urban and suburban communities. Whether...
Library’s 40th Fall Used Book Sale Celebrate the Friends of the Multnomah County Library’s 40th Fall Used...
Our Bull Run watershed and Historical Reservoirs Monday September 16 Doors at 6:30 pm Presented by Scott Fernandez At: Western...
Reaping the harvest “Harvest to Table”, will be presented by John and Caprial Pence, restaurateurs and television hosts September 10 by Multnomah County Master Gardeners. After carefully tending and toiling in your veggie plot all season you are now finally reaping rewards with an abundant harvest. Now inspiration to bring [...]Read more ›
TriMet will launch the highly anticipated TriMet Tickets app on Wednesday, Sept. 4. “We are excited to put this innovative app in the hands of our customers,” said TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane. “TriMet riders will be the first in the nation to use a mobile ticketing app to ride [...]Read more ›
WHAT: Fall 2013 Call to Action: This fall, Maureen Hosty and Aliesje King of the Multnomah County 4-H program are sending out a call to action to any local 4-H Alumni. Multnomah County 4-H is gearing up for another year, and is searching for alumni to volunteer with the growing [...]Read more ›
Friends Tar ‘n’ Trail Benefit 5k Sunday September 15, is the second annual Friends of Mt. Tabor Park Tar ‘n’ Trail Benefit 5kK walk/run and 10K run takes place. The event is a fundraiser to for the non-profit group Friends of Mt. Tabor Park, who provide assistance to the [...]Read more ›
By Jean Baker What’s the City doing here? What’s going on here? The simple answer is: a lot and all at once. Some was planned but more is serendipity. The City Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) and the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT and Tri-Met aren’t the only cause of [...]Read more ›
By Kristin Schuchman “We very much wanted to honor the history and unique style of this building by creating a 1940s feel, but we also wanted the color palette to appeal to modern tastes. Ultimately, we decided to create an interior reminiscent of a vintage Technicolor movie – the colors [...]Read more ›