Live music with Bahttsi: “Slamfunkingroovingreengrass, Moozik that Swings and Snorts” Music samples are available here.
O’Neill Public House, 6000 NE Glisan * 9:30 pm – 1 am * free
Rahab Sisters are hosting their weekly meal: “We offer ‘radical hospitality’ to vulnerable and exploited women every Friday night … We serve a nutritious meal, personal hygiene products and a warm, safe and companionable environment with no questions asked!”
Volunteers are welcome, and are asked to arrive at 6:20 pm.
Sts. Peter & Paul, 247 SE 82nd Ave * 7 pm – 10 pm * free
The Columbia Gorge Express starts this weekend, offering a direct route to both Rooster Rock and Multnomah Falls. The bus service operates Friday through Sunday and federal holidays (like Monday’s Memorial Day).
There are twelve departures a day from Gateway Transit Center, and at $5 per person round trip, it’s a great way to get out of the city. Purchase tickets and learn more here.
“Story360: Knowing Who You Are”:
“Community members from many cultural backgrounds learn the skills of storytelling and practice with other learners to connect with their own heritage and the wisdom of our shared humanity. We learn stories from our families and communities or from books and online sources and weave them into our everyday lives. We are practicing our cultures, connected to one another and our ancestors. All ages and cultures welcome.”
Midland Library, 805 SE 122nd Ave * 11 am – 2 pm * free
Montavilla Farmers Market is on again Sunday. Due to the late spring, market manager Amanda Cross wrote that berries will be ready in a week or two. Lent’s Farmers Market opens June 4th!
For a full list of vendors, and new choices at the market, click here. EBT is accepted and the Double Up Food Bucks program (learn more here) will match up to $10 per customer per day for fruits and vegetables.
Montavilla Farmers Market, 7700 block of SE Stark St * 10 am – 2 pm
“Vanport, the Musical” at the Midland Library (event):
“They came from all over the country: men, women, children, families. They came mostly by train during WWII to serve their country, not only to survive but to obtain the American Dream. After the war many left returning to their hometown of Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma and beyond but some stayed making the city their home until the flood of 1948 washed it away. In this musical for the whole family, members will smell the opportunity, touch the dream, hear the music, taste the victory and see the canvas of Vanport.”
805 SE 122nd Ave * 2 pm – 2:45 pm * free