Live music with Bahttsi.
Malden Court Community Orchard planting party: “They provide tools, materials, coffee and snacks; and ask that you bring water, closed-toed shoes, as well as friends, families and neighbors! No RSVP is required. Questions? Want to get involved in orchard leadership? Contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
7677 SE 87th Avenue, south of SE Flavel Street, next to the Springwater Corridor Trail, park on Flavel Street * 9 am – noon
“PORTLAND MERCADO CELEBRATES 2 YEARS OF BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER! (Event) For the last two years Portland Mercado has transformed the block on 72nd and Foster into a vibrant place for over 50 small businesses, neighbors and cultural communities to gather and support each other. It’s time to celebrate that!” Food, drinks, face painting, live music, and community.
Live music with Edge of Eether at Montavilla Station. “An escape from reality. Three guys looking to make your night amazingly awesome. Rock out to the sounds of some of your favorite songs!”
Mancala: An African Counting Game: “Learn about the origins of Mancala, the rules of the game, and strategies for winning. Players will then have the opportunity to compete. Best for kids ages 8 and up.” For more information, call 503-988-5123.
Midland Library, 805 S.E. 122nd Ave * 1 pm – 2 pm * free
The Foster-Powell Community Garden (site) has their only fundraiser of the year this weekend:
“Happy Spring, Happy Weekend, Happy Easter, Pesach Sameach (Happy Passover)! … Sunday … is our annual plant sale and raffle, and the garden is open for the public to visit. The plants, gathered from neighbors, are at yard sale prices. There will be hidden eggs with candy and a painting project to add more flowers to the fence. We’ll have some refreshments, too.”
Saturday the garden is accepting donations of extra plant starts and divisions (no large shrubs or trees, please).
Foster-Powell Community Garden, 62nd Ave & Powell Ave * 9 am – 3 pm
Along with several other second run movies, Academy Theater is showing 1999’s “The Matrix”.
“A computer hacker learns from mysterious rebels about the true nature of his reality and his role in the war against its controllers.”
Academy Theater, 7818 SE Stark * 4:10 pm, 9:25 pm * adults $4, seniors and children $3