Wayfinding Academy Learning Labs
Sep
5
to May 6

Wayfinding Academy Learning Labs

The Wayfinding Academy believe that "college and community should be woven together", so they're always looking for ways to invite the St. Johns community into the exciting things happening at the school.

One way they do that is through Wayfinding Labs. These are 12 hour classes that Wayfinding students take throughout the year designed as deep dives into a variety of interesting topics. They invite community members to join students because they think that when students and community learn alongside one another, it provides an opportunity for richer conversation and new discovery. 

Classes are just $30 for community members and they range in topic from social media to social justice, everyday physics and sketching. 

To see the full list of classes and to sign up, visit the website here

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Conversation Project: "A Place to Call Home"
Jan
20
1:00 PM13:00

Conversation Project: "A Place to Call Home"

  • St. Johns Center for Opportunity (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the St. Johns Center for Opportunity and Oregon Humanities for a community conversation around housing in Oregon. Entitled "A Place to Call Home: Exploring Housing in Oregon", the conversation will explore that at the most basic level, a home is a place that gives you shelter, protecting you from the weather and unsafe situations. It’s also where you live your life, eat your meals, raise your family. If housing is a basic human right, why do so many people struggle to find or keep housing? How do we as individuals and as a society make decisions that undermine the idea that we all have a right to home? 

The conversation will be facilitated by Cristina Palacios. She was born in Tolimán, Jalisco, México, and started organizing at age fourteen. Most recently, Christina worked with Community Alliance of Tenants as senior organizer. She is driven by a passion for housing and social justice and the belief that everyone—regardless, their income, disability, race or immigration status—deserves a safe and healthy place to call home.

The event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP online to reserve your seat here.

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Flood- Exhibition Opening Reception
Jan
20
6:00 PM18:00

Flood- Exhibition Opening Reception

  • Disjecta Contemporary Arts Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Disjecta is proud to announce the third exhibition by Curator-in-Residence Julia Greenway. Portia Munson’s Flood presents a meditation on archive, materiality, and mass consumption. Describing her process of as “collecting objects and assembling, in essence using as my resource the refuse of consumer culture,” Munson assembles thousands of found objects, all of them made of blue plastic, creating a singular large-scale installation.

At the entrance of the exhibition, the visitor is greeted by multiple vitrines encasing found objects. Among the display cases, wall-mounted monitors display video footage of scanned installation materials. Flood, the installation work in which the exhibition takes its title, fills Disjecta’s main gallery. Carefully sorted, arranged, and compartmentalized, blue objects cover the floor in its entirety. Muson’s installation speaks to humanity’s failure to contain its waste.  Through monumental scope, Flood constructs an archive through which we can decipher the artifacts of consumerism.

This is the third of four exhibitions of the Season 7 Curator–in–Residence Program curated by Julia Greenway. 

On display January 20-March 4, 2018 at Disjecta Contemporary Arts Center in Kenton. 

Image credits: Image courtesy of the artist and P•P•O•W, New York

 

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Jan
27
1:00 PM13:00

Hygiene & Homelessness Community Conversation

This is an informational discussion/dialogue to create community-driven change! 

Sisters of the Road believes that everyone has the right to a dignified place to use the restroom, take a shower, and a place to wash their clothes. But in Portland, there is limited access. We need immediate solutions that create opportunities for our communities to work toward increased hygiene access for the longterm, FOR ALL! 

Help us build a community response that is humane, dignified, and informed - from the ground up!

We want hygiene access and we want it now! Please join us for a presentation and dialogue on homelessness and the lack of access to human necessities.

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Jan
31
5:30 PM17:30

Land Use Training

The Bureaus of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) and Development Services (BDS) offer a 3-hour workshop on the basics of land use planning on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at the Historic Kenton Firehouse. This event is sponsored by North Portland Neighborhood Services (NPNS), Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods(NECN), and Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI).

This comprehensive workshop will include:

  • State land use planning laws and the land use planning system in Oregon;
  • An overview of long-range planning, including the Comprehensive Plan and the public’s role;
  • An overview of the development review planning process;
  • An interactive exercise responding to a recent land use proposal in the community.

Please RSVP, Light meal provided, capacity is limited to 45 people

Questions? Call Mary 503-823-4099mary@npnscommunity.org

Tri-Met bus lines #4 and Kenton/North Denver Ave light rail station nearby

 

 

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Screening of "Priced Out"
Feb
1
6:30 PM18:30

Screening of "Priced Out"

Come to a free community screening of Priced Out, a documentary about gentrification in Portland, on February 1st at 6:30 pm at Portsmouth Union Church. The director, Cornelius Swart, will be present at the showing, followed by a panel discussion on housing in Portland. The event is free and open to the public. Spanish translation will be available at the event.  

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Feb
3
10:00 AM10:00

Portland Urban Wetlands Tour

  • Smith & Bybee, Oaks Bottom and Johnson Creek (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Explore crucial wetland habitats within the Portland metro area with Portland Audubon! Learn about the ecological importance of wetlands as well as conservation efforts to protect them. 

Sign up at: http://bit.ly/wetlands-tour

Free, transportation provided!

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Pop Up Pug Cafe and Art Show
Feb
3
10:00 AM10:00

Pop Up Pug Cafe and Art Show

Grab your pug and join us at our Pop-Up Pug Cafe & Art Show on Feb 3-4 at Cathedral Park Place in the St. Johns neighborhood. Each human attendee will each get a hot beverage and a donut, and attendees with curly tails will get a treat and a puggachino! Please bring your emailed receipt (print out or on your phone) to check in.

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Introduction to Scent in Art Practice Workshop
Feb
4
2:00 AM02:00

Introduction to Scent in Art Practice Workshop

Join the c3 Initiative for a workshop with Catherine Haley Epstein at Working Library, where she will provide a brief history of olfactory art and introduce contemporary artists using scent, weave in notes from anthropologists' olfactory findings, and address the challenges of using scent in the typical art setting. There will be odorous exercises and time for discussion. Most importantly, she will share practical ideas and resources to help you on your way to getting scent into your studio's tool kit. 

When: Sunday February 4, 2-4 PM
Where:  Working Library 8836 North Lombard Street
How: Sign up by emailing catherine@mindmarrow.com or theworkinglibrary@gmail.com
Cost: Suggested donation $15

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Feb
6
10:00 AM10:00

Our Voices United Legislative Action Day

On February 6th, students, families, community-based organizations, community members, and the Urban League of Portland will gather in the Oregon Capitol Building. Together, we will bring our voices to the biggest issues of the session-- from education to environmental discrimination, from health to housing instability. 

Attendees will hear from legislators, learn more about the biggest bills of the session, take a tour of the Capitol, and lift up their voices on the issues that impact our communities. The day will begin in Room 350 of the Oregon State Capitol at 10AM. Lunch is provided. Transportation from Portland is available. 

Please RSVP for the Legislative Action Day by January 29th by clicking here

 

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Feb
8
4:00 PM16:00

Public Hearing for Commercial Building Energy Reporting

On April 22, 2015, the Portland City Council adopted the Commercial Building Energy Performance Reporting Policy and administrative rules became effective on October 8, 2015. The rules detail requirements for commercial buildings 20,000 square feet and larger to track and report energy usage, due annually on April 22.

The City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) is updating administrative rules for more clarity, simplicity and flexibility. We are inviting interested parties to comment on the draft administrative rules available on the policy website at www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/energyreporting.

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Biz Mob-Shop the Block!
Feb
9
5:00 PM17:00

Biz Mob-Shop the Block!

  • 8400 North Lombard Street Portland, OR, 97203 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Meet and support our small business owners with our monthly Biz Mob series! This month, we'll be supporting the 8400 block between N. John and N. Leavitt streets at Hound & Hare Vintage, Metamorphic, Bridge City Kid and Salty Teacup!

Listen to live music, enjoy special sales during the event and free snacks & beverages! 

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Mar
13
9:00 AM09:00

NW Youth Career Expo

The annual NW Youth Careers Expo is the Northwest’s premier career-education event. In 2018, the Portland Workforce Alliance will welcome more than 6,000 students from about 70 high schools across Oregon and Southwest Washington, as well as 170+ exhibitors representing the state's leading employers. The Expo shows students the region's amazing diversity of career opportunities, along with the skills and education needed for those jobs.

To attend, register your student or school group here

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Walk MS
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Walk MS

WALK TO CREATE A WORLD FREE OF MS.

Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Together, we become a powerful force. And with every step we take, every dollar we raise ... we're that much closer. 1 mile or 3 mile options.

Registration Opens at 9:00AM

Walk begins at 10:00AM

Walk ends at 1:00PM

 

Event Contact: Tracy Leeper tracy.leeper@nmss.org 503-445-8342

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Remembering Vanport
Jan
15
10:00 AM10:00

Remembering Vanport

  • Smith & Bybee Wetlands Natural Area (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Smith and Bybee lakes were once adjacent to Vanport, Oregon’s second biggest city until the devastating flood of 1948. On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we will learn about the culture and history of Vanport while getting the opportunity to explore and learn more about Metro’s largest natural area, Smith and Bybee. 

January 15th, 2018 from  10am-12pm

There is no fee to attend, but registration is required. 

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Meet the Employer Event
Jan
12
12:00 PM12:00

Meet the Employer Event

Meet employers looking to hire in Portland! DeSANTIS Landscapes will be hiring for commercial landscaping positions. HDE Home Care will be hiring home care staff for seniors and adults with disabilities. 

Bring your resume and apply on the spot. We will have computers available to fill out applications online.

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NET Team Trivia Fundraiser
Jan
11
6:00 PM18:00

NET Team Trivia Fundraiser

NECN hosts this event to raise funds for the Neighborhood Emergency Teams, all-volunteer groups that coordinate aid and assistance in the event of natural disasters or other major emergencies. Come to Lagunitas Community Room on January 11th at 6pm for a night of trivia, raffle prizes, beer, and delicious food from La Sirenita.


$5-$50.00 suggested donation.


Find out more info and RSVP here.

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St. Johns Community Clothing Closet
Jan
11
2:00 PM14:00

St. Johns Community Clothing Closet

  • St. Johns Center for Opportunity (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The St. Johns Center for Opportunity (SJCO) will be opening a monthly free clothing closet for North Portland community members in need at their offices (8250 N. Lombard St). 

The closet will be open the 2nd Thursday of each month from 2 pm-7 pm. The next one will be held Thursday, December 14th.

The community clothing closet will have clothing in a range of sizes for infants to adults, as well as shoes, coats, purses, new undergarments and some accessories available for all genders. Any community member in need is welcome to shop at the clothing closet.

The #4, #16 and #75 Trimet bus lines serve the downtown St. Johns area within easy walking distance of the SJCO offices, which is across from Signal Pizza.

You do not need to RSVP to attend this event.

If you are interested in volunteering or donating to support the clothing closet, please visit the SJCO website here: http://www.stjohnsopportunity.org/clothing-closet/

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What is the "Right" Budget for Parks?
Jan
4
6:00 PM18:00

What is the "Right" Budget for Parks?

Join Portland Parks and Recreation to discuss how we respond to the direction from Mayor Wheeler to reduce Portland Parks & Recreation's operating budget by 5% or $3.27 million. 

PP&R Staff will present options for budget reductions developed in collaboration with the Budget Advisory Committee.

Language interpretation, childcare, ASL accommodation, and light snacks will be available.

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New Years Eve Glowga + Kombucha Toast
Dec
31
to Jan 1

New Years Eve Glowga + Kombucha Toast

Glow into the New Year with us! Sweat and stretch late at night in a blacklit room with a stellar soundtrack- what better way to begin the best year of your life so far? Admission includes glow-cessories and a kombucha toast at midnight. Bonus: you won't feel hungover on the 1st! 

Doors at 10pm
Class at 10:30
Toast at Midnight

$10 BYSJ members
$20 non-members

*Please arrive around 10 to get glowed up & make new friends
**Wear white for best effect!

***Beginners are welcome- however please note that this class will not be led with verbal instruction like a regular class. The teachers will practice with you along with the music. We recommend attending a regular Bikram yoga class at least once or twice before giving Glowga a go! Here's our schedule:http://www.bikramstjohns.com/schedule.html

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Community Posada in support of Titan Manor
Dec
30
4:00 PM16:00

Community Posada in support of Titan Manor

  • 6722 North Fessenden Street Portland, OR, 97203 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Over 19 families at Titan Manor face one of the worst holiday nightmares - the potential to lose their homes. Come show your support at our Community Posada. We will be gathering to share stories, food, and empower one another to keep these families housed. Bring a dish to share and please note this will be an outdoor event. We recommend dressing warmly!

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Christmas Ships event and holiday open house
Dec
21
5:30 PM17:30

Christmas Ships event and holiday open house

The Christmas Ships are a beloved local tradition. On December 21 they’ll be sailing past Terminal 1 and we’ll have the WareHouse ‘23 event space open to the public for viewing! Our waterfront project team and staff with Vesta Hospitality and Columbia Waterfront LLC will also be on hand to share the latest information about revitalizing Terminal 1 and the downtown waterfront.

The event also features:

• Holiday classics by the Vancouver Community Concert Band
• Face painting, balloons and free children’s books from the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation and port tenants NuStar Energy L.P. and Food Express, Inc.
• Warm beverages and cookies
• Delicious mac and cheese for purchase
• Cash bar
• And of course, the Christmas Ships, estimated to arrive between 7:30 and 8 p.m.

Questions? Contact Julie Rawls at 360-992-1137 or jrawls@portvanusa.com

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c3 No. 2 Perfume Launch and Pencil Pop-Up
Dec
15
to Dec 17

c3 No. 2 Perfume Launch and Pencil Pop-Up

  • c3 Initiative Working Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Dec 15, 6-9 pm: 
A super special unveiling of a pencil perfume conceived by ersatz librarian, Rory Sparks and blended by the lovely and talented, Catherine Haley Epstein. A collaboration combining a love for scents and pencils—a one of a kind homage to a favorite studio tool. Also enjoy a sneak preview of Sunday's Pencil Pop-up and Sharpener show!

Dec 17, 1-6 pm:
Join self-proclaimed leaddite, Rory Sparks and friends for an homage to the humble yet powerful pencil. A show of artist designed pencil sharpeners will launch alongside a micro shop filled with custom printed pencils and accessories. 
The No. 2 pencil scent, pencils, and accessories will be available for purchase at the library throughout December.

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St. Johns Community Clothing Closet
Dec
14
2:00 PM14:00

St. Johns Community Clothing Closet

  • St. Johns Center for Opportunity (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The St. Johns Center for Opportunity (SJCO) will be opening a monthly free clothing closet for North Portland community members in need at their offices (8250 N. Lombard St). 

The closet will be open the 2nd Thursday of each month from 2 pm-7 pm. The next one will be held Thursday, December 14th.

The community clothing closet will have clothing in a range of sizes for infants to adults, as well as shoes, coats, purses, new undergarments and some accessories available for all genders. Any community member in need is welcome to shop at the clothing closet.

The #4, #16 and #75 Trimet bus lines serve the downtown St. Johns area within easy walking distance of the SJCO offices, which is across from Signal Pizza.

You do not need to RSVP to attend this event.

If you are interested in volunteering or donating to support the clothing closet, please visit the SJCO website here: http://www.stjohnsopportunity.org/clothing-closet/

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Carols for a Cause: Pt. 2
Dec
10
2:00 PM14:00

Carols for a Cause: Pt. 2

Join us Sunday, December 10 as we celebrate the season with caroling, cookies, and cocoa! We'll stay toasty inside the Cathedral Park Music as we sing our favorite winter songs and holiday carols. 

Good news! This year we're offering double the fun with our annual "CAROLS FOR A CAUSE" event:

December 2 from 4-6PM at Bridge City Kid
-AND-
December 10 from 2-4PM at Cathedral Park Music

Join us for one or both of these special events! Family-friendly with a suggested donation of $5/family. Bring a friend and sing-along to your favorite carols and winter songs.

IS THERE A SPECIAL SONG YOU WANT TO SING? Post your song request to the event wall, and it just might be added to the list!

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Occidental's Humbug Lager Fest
Dec
9
to Dec 10

Occidental's Humbug Lager Fest

  • Occidental Brewing Company (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

It’s time to celebrate cold weather and lager beers, Occidental Brewing style. Our yearly Humbug Lager Fest will be stocked with lagers from Occidental and other great breweries from Portland and beyond. There will be a wide range of beers, light to dark, easy drinking to strong and bold. This year we have so many great breweries participating we had to make Humbug Lager Fest TWO DAYS. That's right, for the first time ever this year's festival will be Saturday December 9th and Sunday December 10th. 

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Art Walk & Silent Auction 2017: "A Peaceful World"
Dec
9
10:00 AM10:00

Art Walk & Silent Auction 2017: "A Peaceful World"

  • Pioneer United Methodist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Montessori House of St. Johns will be hosting their 8th annual Art Walk, Silent Auction and Arts and Craft Fair on Saturday, December 9th. This event is a celebration of children’s creativity and an opportunity for the school to build their teacher’s material fund for the new year. All are welcome!

The Montessori House’s mission is to provide a nurturing environment for the holistic development of children, one year to six years of age. The Montessori House strives to guide the child along his or her own individual path of construction while nurturing the social responsibility needed to live within a cooperative community. It is our goal to provide an environment that recognizes the authentic nature of the child.

Please help us in our mission to create a new generation of responsible and caring St. Johns citizens! 

The Art Walk Silent Auction will be held on December 3rd, 2016 from 10am-12pm.

Located in the Pioneer United Methodist Church
7528 N Charleston Ave, Portland, Oregon 97203
Portland, OR 97203

If you are interested in donating to our aution, please contact us here or jessamyn@themontessorihouse.org

 

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Dec
8
to Dec 10

Hoplandia 2 Year Anniversary

Celebrate the 2 year anniversary of Hoplandia Beer in St. Johns with a weekend-long celebration of rare beers and ciders from all around the world! They'll have local favorites like Upright's Special Herbs, 2016 Abyss and Pfriem's Abrikoos, along with Lagunitas High Westified, Dieu Du Ceil's Peche Mortel AND SO MANY MORE.

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Dec
8
9:00 AM09:00

Rose City Taqueria Fundraiser

We need your help and support.! On November 26th 2017 a young gentleman was trying to cross the street right in front of Rose City Taqueria, his name was Daniel Ramsey II with the purpose of buying dinner for the family, at around 9:56pm. Unfortunately, this was a hit and run and In his honor we are going to donate 50% of all our profit to support his family with any costs, on Friday December 8th from 9am-10pm! Yes we know that it gets packed specially on Fridays, but we would like to see the whole St. John’s come out and support not only us but especially Daniel Ramsey II and his family. 
Rest In Peace!


¡Necesitamos su ayuda y apoyo! El 26 de noviembre de 2017 un joven estaba tratando de cruzar la calle justo en frente de Rose City Taqueria con el propósito de comprar la cena de la familia. Alrededor de las 9:56 p.m Desafortunadamente, ocurrió un accidente y el conductor del auto no se detuvo. El nombre del joven que fue atropellado se llama Daniel Ramsey II. En su honor, vamos a donar el 50% de todas nuestras ganancias para ayudar su familia con sus gastos funebres, ¡el viernes 8 de diciembre de 9:00 a.m. a 10:00 p.m.! Regular mente viernes es un día ocupado, pero nos gustaría que todo St. John's salga y apoye no solo a nosotros, sino especialmente a Daniel Ramsey II y su familia.
¡Descansa en paz!

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Dec
2
6:30 PM18:30

Wayfinding Academy "Live Your Dreams" Party!

We are throwing a party to celebrate the past year, our community members, and make some new friends! It’s a chance to bring our community together to look back at what we’ve accomplished over the past year and look ahead to our dreams for 2018.

Last year's event was pretty great and this year we are going to try to kick it up a notch! There will be food and drink, music, dancing, entertainment, gifts and prizes, the opportunity for people new to our community to learn about how Wayfinding works, and some surprises!

Dress is between formal and fancy. Ticket price includes one free drink and all the appetizers and desserts you can eat.

Entertainment and dance lessons by Prashant Kakad of Bollywood Dreams Entertainment

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Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl
Dec
2
6:00 PM18:00

Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl

It's time for the 4th Annual Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl in St. Johns! Put on your best ugly sweater, bring your friends and visit 6 local watering holes in St. Johns. Bartenders at each bar will pick their favorite ugly sweater and you'll win sweet prizes! 

We'll be starting at Leisure Public House at 6 pm. Stay tuned for the full schedule of bars!

RSVP to the Facebook Event here

*Please drink responsibly. Uber & Lyft or your own walking feet are worth it.

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Caroling for a Cause
Dec
2
4:00 PM16:00

Caroling for a Cause

Join us Saturday, December 2 as we kick-off the season's festivities with caroling, cookies, and cocoa following the tree lighting in downtown St. Johns! Come with us as we carol all the way from the square (N. Lombard & N. Philadelphia) past our favorite local businesses until we end at Bridge City Kid, where we'll provide sweet treats and more singing. 

Good news! This year we're offering double the fun with our annual "CAROLS FOR A CAUSE" event:

December 2 from 4-6PM at Bridge City Kid
-AND-
December 10 from 2-4PM at Cathedral Park Music

Join us for one or both of these special events! Family-friendly with a suggested donation of $5/family. Bring a friend and sing-along to your favorite carols and winter songs.

IS THERE A SPECIAL SONG YOU WANT TO SING? Post your song request to the Facebook event wall, and it just might be added to the list!

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Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Plaza
Dec
2
2:00 PM14:00

Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Plaza

Join the St. Johns community for the tradition of lighting the Christmas tree in the downtown St. Johns plaza.  This is an event for the whole family. Caroling and live music, Santa Claus visits and hot cider! Bring a shatterproof ornament to decorate the tree. 

We will light the tree at 3:45 pm. 

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Holiday Wine Tasting Fundraiser for RHS PTA
Dec
1
6:00 PM18:00

Holiday Wine Tasting Fundraiser for RHS PTA

Taste beer, wine and cider at 45th Parallel Wine Shop in St. Johns to support the 2018 Roosevelt High School graduation party fund. 45th Parallel will donate 10% of sales to the Grad Party fund. Other activities include a silent auction, snacks and spin the wheel raffle! 

Free admission and snacks! Questions, contact Lorrie @ parentsclubpdx@gmail.com. 

 

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Doomsday Clock #1 Midnight Release Party
Nov
21
to Nov 22

Doomsday Clock #1 Midnight Release Party

It's time for the long-anticipated miniseries to start where Superman and other DC heroes and villains meet the Watchmen characters. We'll have special permission to sell this issue the night before so I'm gonna open up Comic Cave for an hour and will possibly have some fun swag, definitely variant covers and the like. I hope you can make it out! This is a test for future such events.

Watch the official TV commercial for Doomsday Clock here.

Preview of the opening here!

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Nov
18
12:00 PM12:00

Street Opening Party!

The Richmond/Lombard entrance to downtown St. Johns will be opening soon! We're excited to celebrate increased access to downtown as construction wraps up.  

Come celebrate the street opening in the plaza with live music, special events and celebration throughout the St. Johns business core area! 

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Dark Horse Comic Young Reader Book Signing!
Nov
18
12:00 PM12:00

Dark Horse Comic Young Reader Book Signing!

Fun day to celebrate your local comic shop! There will be some exclusive merchandise (variant covers, statues) and sales and drawings, too! This is the Black Friday of the comic world where we celebrate what's unique about having a shop in your neighborhood.

We'll also have a signing of the new Dark Horse kid book Lifeformed Cleo Makes Contact with both creators Matt Mair Lowery and Cassie Anderson.
 

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