At Duff’s Garage: Theater of Sheep (@ 9 pm).  A 1980s American new wave band from Portland, Oregon that was popular locally. Musically, the band had much in common with stylish new wave and New Romantic bands of the day such as Echo & the Bunnymen. Warthog Stew begins the evening at 6 pm2530 NE 82nd Ave * ?? 


downloadJoin Unit Souzou for a free workshop exploring pedestrian safety, transit, neighborhoods, and community identity through “taiko” Japanese drumming, theater, and discussion. Get your bodies and voices engaged as we strengthen our neighborhoods! RSVP here. Jade/APANO Multicultural Space, 8114 SE Division St. * pm – 3 pm * free


There’s also a Powell Butte clean up today: Join Hands On Portland and Portland Parks & Recreation to rebuild and restore the trail and fence systems, maintain native plantings, and remove invasive species. Wear long thick pants, a long-sleeved shirt and sturdy shoes. Bring a backpack, water bottle, rain gear and sunhat. Instruction, tools, gloves, water, coffee/tea and KIND Snacks provided. RSVP here. meet @ SE Ellis and SE 145th  * 9 am – noon * free

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At Milepost 5, there’s Psychedelic Psynema, a new film event every second and fourth Sunday.

This week’s trip:
Alien Love, dir. Sissy Creamcheese and MWR (2016)
The Dark Crystal original cut, dir. Jim Henson (1981)
Logan’s Run, dir. Michael Anderson (1976)

If you haven’t seen the 1981 black and white original cut of the Dark Crystal, it is completely insane. You need to see it. If you think the theatrical release is weird, you are in for a very strange journey, friend. Companion piece Alien Love is a lovely and otherworldly recent work of stop-motion animation and poetry by local artists Sissy Creamcheese (Bacchus’ Boogiers) and Michael Roberts. And of course, Logan’s Run. You know Logan’s Run. Does the robot eat people? It bothers me every day. off NE Oregon, west of 82nd by courtyard6 pm * free


The Montavilla Farmers Market is on every Sunday until October! There are these opportunities to sweeten the deal, as well as supporting your local farmers. 7600 block of SE Stark Street in the gravel lot across from Mr. Plywood * 10 am – 2 pm * free