This weekend

Here’s an interesting editorial on the changes happening at Office of Neighborhood Involvement. In it the publisher of the NW Examiner questions the office’s lack of pubic process in its shift of mission and re-branding.

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There was another cougar spotted near 118th Ave & Division St this week. Authorities are telling people to keep pets inside.

FRIDAY

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Portland Pickles games are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. See the schedule and buy tickets here.

Walker Stadium, 4727 SE 92nd Ave * $5 – $13

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“A mix of Irish favorites and mellow rock originals” with The Bathtub Toasters.
The O’Neill Public House, 6000 NE Glisan St 9:30 pm – 1:00 am

SATURDAY

caribbean fest

“Summer’s here, and the heat has us missing home! The Mercado’s Caribbean crew (Que Bola Cuban KitchenMathilde’s Kitchen- Haitian Cuisine, Puerto Rico – El Coquí, and Que Bacano, Sabor Colombiano) are bringing us the fiesta and sharing a bit of that island culture in PDX. Join us as we keep the party going and continue to celebrate Latinidad in all its forms!

July 14th from 2 pm – 7 pm for a Caribbean celebration with food, drinks, live music, kids activities, community and culture! All ages. All backgrounds.” 

Portland Mercado, 7238 SE Foster Rd * 2 pm – 8 pm 

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Foster Tasting Tour:

“A Family friendly Tasting Tour that coincides with Second Saturday! Come out for tastes of everything from booze to board games.

Start out at any of the participating businesses,pick up your passport book and start tasting! Each participating business will have a special that day for a stamp (sticker) in your book. Collect as many stickers as you can and hand it into one of the hosts to be entered into the contest to win awesome prizes!”

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Outdoor Movie in Glenhaven Park – Tonight, starting about 6:30 p.m. it’s a “Movie in the Park” event. The evening starts off with music by the Beatles cover band All Together Now. Then, at dusk, they’ll be showing Star Wars: The Last Jedi on their big outdoor screen, with stereo sound. Bring a blanket or low beach chairs, a picnic dinner, and warmer clothing for when the sun goes down. This event is located at Glenhaven Park, 7900 NE Siskiyou Street Concert.

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Garden and cooking party with community chef Van Duong:

“Join us for a beautiful day in our new International Kitchen Garden! We will be tending to the garden, sharing knowledge about urban gardening, and harvesting food. Then Chef Van will lead us in preparing a lunch menu highlighting the garden’s summer harvest. Any harvested food that is not used will be for folx to take home to recreate the recipe! Children are welcome to attend alongside their adult. No one ever turned away for lack of funds.”

Registration: Space is limited. If you would like to attend, please email prairie@zengerfarm.org or click here to register.

Zenger Farms, 11741 SE Foster Rd * 10 am – 1:30 pm * pay-what-you-can, suggestion of $5 – $15 per group

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“Join us for the third annual Oregon Walkways (event), a pedestrian-focused open-streets event celebrating Portland communities… this year in the Rosewood Neighborhood! 

We’re working with The Rosewood Initiative to create a comfortable walking environment and a fun day of games, prizes, food, art, music, outdoor activities, and much more!”

SE 162nd between Stark & Main St, and SE Main between 162nd & Market Ct * 11 am – 4 pm 

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Farm Out: a farm to table celebration:

“The city’s top chefs will give demonstrations on everything from pasta to pie to barbecue while you taste, sip, and participate!”

Vegetarian options are available.

Rossi Farms, 3839 NE 122nd Ave * Sat & Sun, 11 am – 3 pm * $45 – $200 

SUNDAY

Early cherries, strawberries, and plenty of other goodness at Montavilla Farmers Market. Quail eggs, hot sauce, honey, kombucha, and plenty of fruits and vegis are on this week’s market highlights here.

Montavilla Farmers Market, 7700 block of SE Stark St * 10 am – 2 pm 

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Archives Roadshow

“We are taking the archives on the road and traveling to neighborhood libraries. Drop by and learn what you can find in the City’s collections and how you can do your own research. City archivists are ready to answer questions and get you started on your research projects. Even if you don’t have any specific questions, stop by to look at historic photos from the surrounding neighborhoods.”

Midland Library, 805 SE 122nd Ave * 2 pm – 3 pm

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