Cody Weathers & The Men Your Mama Warned You About, live at Cartlandia.
“America’s favorite scat-rockers bring their smorgasbord of musical influences to Portland’s ultimate smorgasbord, The Blue Room Bar at Cartlandia. Gorge yourselves.”
The Blue Room Bar at Cartlandia, 8145 SE 82nd Ave
“The first two candidate sections will be a more formal question and answer segment where candidates will be answering five questions, sourced from Southeast and East Portland neighborhood associations and organizations. At noon, candidates will stay for an informal meet and greet with light refreshments. (Please RSVP (here) to this event to help us plan for enough refreshments!)”
The Gathering Church, 5921 SE 88th Ave * 10 am – 1 pm
“But what is Participatory Budgeting (PB), how does it work, and how is it different from other forms of governing? What are the potential benefits for increasing government accountability, making participation more meaningful and equitable, and building trust and community? What can we learn from other cities as we experiment with PB in the Portland metro region?”
This is a free event, but registration (here) is requested. Lunch is provide, childcare and translation is provided upon request.
Rosewood Initiative, 16126 SE Stark St * 9 am – 3:30 pm
“Join us this Saturday at our pop-up park on SE Stark Street! We’ll be taking over two parking spaces for a “parklet” as part of Portland Design Week. We’ll have fun activities for kids and adults to celebrate our neighborhood, National Poetry Month, and using the streets to build community!”
8037 SE Stark St * 10 am – 7 pm
“Come celebrate the new playground at Ventura Park!
Join the party to celebrate your new playground; free cake and activities.”
Ventura Park, SE 113th Ave and Stark St * 2 pm – 4 pm * free
“Courageous Vulnerability ‘How Can Men Support Women to Speak Up and Be Seen?’
A Non-Profit Fundraiser in Honor of #metoo, #hertoo, #timesup. Featuring an Expert Conference Panel with Audience Q & A. Presented by Cafe de la Culture, Musical Ambassadors for Peace, and 100 Thousand Poets for Change (Tickets).”