It took many volunteers from multiple neighborhood groups to manage Thursday’s Portland City Council forum hosted by the Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association.
Twenty four candidates attended, the room was nearly full, and we had a good crowd tune in for the livestream. A recording of the livestream is here, and the forum begins at about 1:21:00.
Village Portland was happy to participate, and give folks who couldn’t make it a chance to meet the candidates.
Thanks to all the organizers and volunteers who worked to make this event successful.
SATURDAY, MARCH 7TH
Johnson Creek restoration work (event):
“Join us for Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s largest restoration event of the year! For nearly 50 years, local residents have worked tirelessly to restore, repair, and clean Johnson Creek. We are proud to have been part of this grassroots legacy for the past 25 of these years.”
There’s a free lunch afterwards.
Volunteers will restore, repair, and clean this waterway that wends through multiple neighborhoods in Portland. Register at the event link in the header.
Ten locations * 8:45 am – noon
School fundraiser (event):
Vestal Elementary is having their annual fund raiser!
“Join us for our 6th Annual Rock, Paper, Soiree! Funds raised during this event go toward the Garden Program and other Outdoor Initiatives at Vestal.”
Milepost 5, 850 NE 81st Ave * 6 pm – 9 pm * $25 @ Vestal office or at the door
SUNDAY, MARCH 8TH
For the full list of vendors and how to get involved in the market, go here.
Montavilla Farmers Market, 7700 block of SE Stark St * 10 am – 2 pm