Pat Sanders “Montavilla Memories” article this week looks into how municipal water came to the neighborhood. For an individual, as well as for a neighborhood, the need for a steady supply of water makes things happen! Read “We Want Bull Run Water!” here.
There’s an extra special guest at this month’s Montavilla Neighborhood Association meeting.
Representatives from the Rocket Empire Machine building at 69th Ave & Glisan St will be attending. They’re the creative force behind buildings like The Fair-Haired Dumbbell (50 feet from me as I write), The Zipper on Sandy Blvd, and several other inventive buildings around town.
They have an interesting community-building plan (nicknamed “gentlefication”). for this building that you can read about here. They’ve also been exploring the idea of adding a hand-painted mural to that building!
Montavilla United Methodist Church, 232 SE 80th Ave * Mon, 6/10, 6:30 pm
Take a survey on options for changes to outer Stark Street here.
FRIDAY, JUNE 7TH
Farm to table meal (event / tickets):
“Join us at Zenger Farm’s beautiful Urban Grange for an evening of incredible food, wine, and community. Our 2019 Chefs’ Dinner brings together an incredible lineup of Black leaders from the local culinary and beverage community, led by award-winning chef Gregory Gourdet of Departure.”
Zenger Farm, 11741 SE Foster Rd * 6 pm – 9 pm * $85
SATURDAY, JUNE 8TH
African drums (event):
“Parents’ Choice Award winner Robbi K’s spirit is contagious as the entire audience is soon singing and clapping along with Osebo’s Drum.”
Midland Library, 805 SE 122nd Ave * 2 pm – 2:50 pm
SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH
For the full list of produce available, go here.
Montavilla Farmers Market, 7700 block of SE Stark St * 10 am – 2 pm