Good in the Hood Festival
Jun
22
to Jun 24

Good in the Hood Festival

The 26th Annual Good in the Hood Multicultural Music, Arts & Food Festival in Portland is this weekend at the King School Park! Enjoy live music, food, kid's activities and more! Click here to see all the event details.

Festival Hours:
Friday, June 22nd 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Saturday, June 23rd 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sunday, June 24th 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Jun
23
9:00 AM09:00

Pick It Up, Portland!

SOLVE and the City of Portland invite you to join Pick it up, Portland! – a two day, city-wide, clean up event, focusing on litter removal throughout our community. Help keep Portland clean and healthy and ensure it can be enjoyed by all. All cleanup materials will be provided. Please dress for the weather and wear closed-toed shoes.

To sign up to volunteer in St Johns, click here


Meeting Location: Cathedral Park, Portland, 97203. Look for the SOLVE signs.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/XnvCc8Ke8S52

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Sunday Parkways North Portland
Jun
24
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Parkways North Portland

North Portland Sunday Parkways rolls through town from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 24. Join us for a 9.5 mile traffic-free, family-friendly bike route that takes you on a tour to Willamette Boulevard and over to Peninsula Rose Garden, Columbia Annex, Arbor Lodge, Kenton and McCoy Parks to grab a bite to eat, listen to tunes, and join some activities. 

Be sure to play the Kaiser Permanente Sticker Hunt: Collect all the stickers from the Kaiser Permanente parks on the route, and for every completed sitcker card you'll earn the collectible North Portland decal shown here, and Kaiser Permanente will make a donation in support of mental health organizations in our community. 

Spend a lovely summer day walking, strolling, and rolling around our North Portland route. See the map:
https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/67622

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Career Readiness 101 Workshop
Jun
26
to Aug 9

Career Readiness 101 Workshop

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

Searching for a job? Need to create or update your resume? Want to nail that job interview? 

Come to a free workshop led by Carolyn Snipes of Impact NW CORE (Career Opportunities Readiness and Exploration) to learn the basics of building a strong resume, how to use Linked In for online job searching, interviewing tips and more.

Choose from 2 dates: June 26th or August 9th from 6-7:30 pm at the St. Johns Center for Opportunity

To register, call 503-841-5522 or email info@stjohnsopportunity.org.

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Jun
27
6:30 PM18:30

Circle Talks at c3:initiative

Part of our summer Circle Talks series that celebrates the acquisition of Working Library, a dialogic art project by Laura O’Quin and Rory Sparks. Over the next several months we will invite artists, curators, and arts administrators to lead conversations about the evolution of socially engaged artworks and how they expand the public discourse around what art can be and how it is valued.

ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us for a conversation with Libby Werbel, Stephanie Syjuco, Stephanie Parrish and Works Progress Agency, as we discuss how social practice artworks fit into the larger arts ecosystem. Using Stephanie Syjuco’s notMoMA project as a touchstone, participants will share their experiences around creating, acquiring, and activating a social practice artwork. How can this type of work broaden the ways we think about art and how can institutions support artistic authorship that prioritizes social engagement? There will be dedicated time for audience questions, an opportunity to view our notMoMA Satellite Exhibition in partnership with Portland Art Museum, as well as light refreshments.

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Movie in the Park
Jul
12
6:30 PM18:30

Movie in the Park

Join your neighbors for the Portland Parks and Rec "Summer Free for All" Movie in the Park at George Park in St. Johns. They'll be showing "The Sandlot" (1993, rated PG) in English with Spanish subtitles. The pre-movie entertainment will be Colectivo de Son Jarocho de Portland. Check them out on Facebook here! The movie begins at dusk. The event is free!

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Jun
22
11:30 AM11:30

St. Johns Boosters BBQ Fundraiser

  • Oregonians Credit Union St. Johns Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Stop by for a free hot dog lunch as we kick off our fundraiser to help the St. Johns Boosters replace 2 marquee signs. This is a neighborhood event. All are welcome!

Oregonians Credit Union will be donating 1% of your auto loan balance to the St. Johns Boosters' fundraising for a new electronic marquee sign. Use the promo code STJOHNS when you apply online or when you visit the St. Johns branch. 

BBQ at the Oregonians Credit Union St. Johns Branch: 7825 N Lombard St. 

RSVP here today!

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Farmers Market Fundraiser at Occidental
Jun
21
4:00 PM16:00

Farmers Market Fundraiser at Occidental

Occidental will be donating $1 of every beer sold at their tap room on the 21st towards the St. Johns Farmers Market food equity work, as part of their 3rd Thursday event series. Come have a beer and support our efforts to increase access to fresh fruits and vegetables for our low income community members! 

Read more about the St. Johns Center for Opportunity food equity programming at the St. Johns Farmers Market here!

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St. Johns Community Clothing Closet
Jun
21
2:00 PM14:00

St. Johns Community Clothing Closet

The St. Johns Center for Opportunity (SJCO) will host the monthly free clothing closet for North Portland community members in need at their offices (8250 N. Lombard St). The closet will be open the 3rd Thursday of each month from 2 pm-7 pm. The community clothing closet has clothing in a range of sizes for infants to adults, as well as shoes, coats, purses and some accessories available for all genders. Any community member in need is welcome to shop at the clothing closet. Each visitor gets to pick any 15 items (limit one coat and 2 pairs of shoes per person).

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. Dogs are not allowed in the clothing closet unless they are registered service animals. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times during the clothing closet.

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

Thank you to the Port of Portland for being a Presenting Sponsor of the community clothing closet and Guerrilla Development for being a sponsor! We appreciate you!

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St. Johns Art Walk + 3rd Friday
Jun
15
6:00 PM18:00

St. Johns Art Walk + 3rd Friday

The St. Johns Art Walk is a quarterly event that pairs local businesses with fine artists to showcase art in the St. Johns neighborhood for the evening! Enjoy live music, fine art, performance art and snacks at participating venues.

Make an evening of it on the same night as 3rd Friday in St. Johns, where local businesses stay open late with special deals, snacks and music!

Stay tuned for the full list of participating art walk artists and businesses!

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Jun
13
2:30 PM14:30

Home Repair Program Information Session

  • North Portland Multnoham County Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

If you are a longtime homeowner in the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area, you may qualify for a home repair loan through the Portland Housing Bureau. 

The no interestno monthly payment loan provides up to $40,000 to make substantial home repairs, and is forgiven after 15 years, as long as you have remained in your home during that time. Join us for an upcoming information session to learn more.

Short presentations about the N/NE Portland Home Repair Loan Program will be given at 3:00pm and 4:00 pm. Doors open at 2:30 for anyone interested in learning more, getting an application, or signing up on the spot. We’ll have our service partners available as well to answer questions about Home Repair grants, up to $5,000, that are also available for critical mobility and life/safety repairs.

Who is eligible? 

  • Must live in the Interstate Urban Renewal Area. To check your location eligibility, click here
  • Income under $5,698 per month, or $68,376 per year (for one person, and higher as family members are added)
  • Must not have a reverse mortgage on the property
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Jun
9
9:00 AM09:00

SURJ White Ally Toolkit Training

  • First Congregational United Church of Christ (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you struggle, as a white person, to practically advance the cause of anti-racism in your community?

Many white allies are in need of effective tools to engage in honest & productive conversations about race with their white friends, relatives & neighbors.
The White Ally Toolkit Project focuses specifically on helping these allies have more effective encounters with people who are skeptical that racism is a problem.

Utilizing contemporary research on persuasion, this interactive workshop leaves participants with concrete skills to advance racial equity.

Event Details:
Sponsor: First Congregational United Church of Christ
Dr. David Campt was an advisor on race to the White House during the Clinton Administration. He is a national speaker & expert on topics of inclusion, equity, conflict resolution & dialogue.

Info & registration:
https://www.universe.com/events/white-ally-toolkit-workshop-tickets-portland-C56XZB

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Portland Consortium Annual Action Plan Meeting
Jun
5
5:30 PM17:30

Portland Consortium Annual Action Plan Meeting

Join the Portland Housing Bureau on Tuesday, June 5th, to learn how Portland, Gresham, and Multnomah County plan to invest federal funds locally in housing and community economic needs over the next year —and share your thoughts and comments. Click here to reserve your seat.

The new Annual Action Plans, outlining the strategies selected to meet community-identified needs, will be posted online here two weeks prior to the meeting, followed by a 30-day comment period. Click here to review the current plans.

Click HERE to reserve a seat (your reservation helps us plan for food and materials, but is not required to attend). Light dinner served at 5:30 pm, presentation begins at 6:00 pm.


To request language services, accommodations, or childcare, please call 503-823-5312. This meeting is located on MAX lines and near the downtown Portland bus mall. Street/lot parking available nearby.  

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Jun
5
5:00 PM17:00

The Gathering

The Gathering is a free community networking event to meet fellow leaders and citizens in the North Portland community. All are welcome! Dinner is provided. Please bring any announcements or updates from your respective business, organization or leadership initiatives to briefly share with the group. 

Commissioner Amanda Fritz, Charles Jordan Community Center, Meals on Wheels People, and North Hollywood Senior Center will co-host the June 5th Gathering. The event venue is ADA accessible. 

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Jun
4
to Jun 8

Free Spay & Neuter Cat Event

Fix every kitty in your house for free with Spay & Save, a program of the Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland. 

June 4th-8th. Call 1-800-345-SPAY to see if you qualify and to schedule a spay/neuter appointment. 

Are you feeding a stray or feral cat? Call 503-797-2606. 

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Raise Hope Gala
Jun
2
6:00 PM18:00

Raise Hope Gala

  • University of Portland, Baccio Commons (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

Make plans now to attend the 3rd annual Raise Hope Gala benefiting Community of Hope. Join us at University of Portland’s Bauccio Commons on Saturday, June 2nd for a social hour and interactive raffle, dinner, and a special presentation looking at how Community of Hope makes “home” happen for families- both during their time at Hope House and after. Featured speakers include Lindsay Jensen, Executive Director of St. Johns Center for Opportunity and Libra Forde, Chief Operating Officer of Self Enhancement, Inc. 

To purchase tickets, click here.

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Art Constitutional at the Farmers Market
Jun
2
9:00 AM09:00

Art Constitutional at the Farmers Market

Enjoy an expanded St. Johns Farmers Market with 20+ craft vendors alongside your favorite Farmer's Market food vendors in the Plaza! Choose from locally made jewelry, art, paper goods and more! Also, enjoy live musical performances from the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band and an interactive art project during the event. 

To find out more about St. Johns Center for Opportunity ArtBURST programming, click here!

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May
23
6:30 PM18:30

Preserving Historic Architecture Lecture

When The Landmarks Are Gone: Older African Americans, Place, And Change In N/NE Portland  

Local businesses, social clubs, churches, homes of family and friends—landmarks trigger memories and remind us of our stories. Collectively, neighborhood stories transform place into home and weave individual lives into community. But when the landmarks are gone and a new demographic takes root what new meanings do the old stories take on?

For many older African Americans, rapid gentrification has rendered Portland’s historically Black neighborhoods unrecognizable and unrelatable. The SHARP Walking Program uses community memory to motivate African Americans aged 55 and over to engage in regular physical and social activity. Over seventy neighborhood walks help participants preserve brain health and history. Routes showcase the vibrancy of local African American life through GPS-triggered historical images. The digital program records walking groups’ conversational reminiscence about what was while they pass through the strikingly different landscape of what is.

Through SHARP walkers’ stories, the lights in old landmarks flick on again, barber shops hum with political debate, and Black businesses along Williams Ave thrive. Walkers’ reflections on aging, place and change speak to the shifting meaning of their stories, of them as storytellers and as their audience as storytakers.

Raina Croff, PhD is Assistant Professor of Neurology at OHSU’s NIA-Layton Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease Center. Born and raised in Portland, she graduated from Grant High School and earned her PhD in anthropology at Yale University. Dr. Croff brings a cultural lens to older African American brain health, combining community, place, and meaning to create cognitive health interventions that celebrate Black culture and history. Dr. Croff’s work is supported by the CDC Healthy Brain Research Network, the Alzheimer's Association, the National Institute on Aging, and PreSERVE Coalition for African American Memory and Brain Health.

To RSVP to this free event, click here

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Celebrate North Portland
May
19
5:30 PM17:30

Celebrate North Portland

  • University of Portland-Bauccio Commons (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us for the 7th annual Celebrate North Portland event on Saturday, May 19th from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This year's theme, Celebrating our Community Heroes, is dedicated to recognizing all of the amazing individuals, organizations, and businesses that make North Portland such a great place to live and work. This event is a sit down dinner, featuring an awards ceremony and live entertainment. However, there is plenty of room to network with your friends and neighbors too! You are welcome to wear whatever you are most comfortable in, although many neighbors choose to dress up for the occasion.

Schedule of Events:
5:30 p.m. - Doors open, mix-and-mingle, and visit the organizations who are tabling at the event
6:00 p.m. - Buffet style dinner is served
7:00 p.m. - Formal presentation begins
8:30 p.m. - Event ends

To nominate a community member and purchase tickets to the event, click here

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Opening Day of the St. Johns Farmers Market!
May
19
9:00 AM09:00

Opening Day of the St. Johns Farmers Market!

  • North Philadelphia Avenue Portland, OR, 97203 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join your neighbors at opening day of the St. Johns Farmers Market on Saturday, May 19th in the plaza. We'll be kicking off our 10th anniversary market season with special kids' activities, live music, giveaways and your favorite vendors! 

The music and activities line-up is:
Karyn Anne: 9-11 am
Jeremy Fama: 11:30-1:30 pm
Mini horses will make an appearance from 9-11 am
The PDX Bubbleboys will be blowing bubbles from 12-1 pm

Check out our 2018 list of vendors here: http://www.stjohnsopportunity.org/meet-our-vendors/

The Farmers Market is kid friendly and dog friendly! We encourage you to bike, walk or use public transportation to get to the market. We will have prizes to celebrate getting to the market using alternative transportation. Stop by the info booth to tell us how you got to the market and win sweet prizes, while supplies last!

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Trivia Night to support RHS Grad Party!
May
17
6:00 PM18:00

Trivia Night to support RHS Grad Party!

Join us to test your knowledge and smarts with Trivia hosted by Trivia Master, Rain Brain Trivia at St. Johns Beer Porches (Kruger Food Cart Pod) 
$5 person or $25 per team of up to 6. Famly Friendly.
Trivia starts at 7pm. Come early to be sure to get a seat!

Proceeds from the event and a portion of the sales will go to support RHS All-Night Grad Party Fund (help put us over the top of our goal to start building the fund for next year's party.)

To learn more about the Grad Party or to donate visit https://www.rooseveltptsa.com/

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Think & Drink: Race, Power and Justice
May
16
6:30 PM18:30

Think & Drink: Race, Power and Justice

The 2017–18 Portland Think & Drink series has explored some of the systems that create and perpetuate racial and economic inequality in the United States—in criminal justice, property law, banking, and other areas—and how people are organizing to change those systems.

The series concludes May 16 with a conversation offering local and national perspectives on these issues with Rinku Sen, one of the leading voices in the racial justice movement, and Mary Li, director of the Multnomah Idea Lab. Scot Nakagawa will moderate the conversation.

Snacks and conversation will follow the program. Minors welcome when accompanied by a parent or guardian.

What: Think & Drink with Rinku Sen and Mary Li

When: Wednesday, May 16, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Where: Alberta Rose Theatre3000 NE Alberta St., Portland

Tickets: $10 general admission. No-cost tickets available.

About Our Guests

Rinku Sen is a senior strategist for Race Foward, a national organization that builds awareness, solutions, and leadership for racial justice, and a contributing writer for the organization’s daily news site, Colorlines. She has expertise in race, feminism, immigration, economic justice, philanthropy, and community organizing. Prior to her work at Race Forward, she served in leadership roles for over a decade at the Center for Third World Organizing, where she trained new organizers of color and crafted public policy campaigns.

Mary Li is director of the Multnomah Idea Lab (MIL). Part of the Multnomah Department of County Human Services, MIL is charged with seeking policy and innovation within the human services and government sectors. The MIL seeks to positively change community conditions resulting from poverty and racism by practicing human-centered design, seeking out critical thinking and research, and conducting applied research tests in the real world.

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St. Johns Parade!
May
12
12:00 PM12:00

St. Johns Parade!

The 56th annual St. Johns Parade takes place on Saturday May 12th and begins at noon. Come to the Parade to see the creative floats, hear the bands, and enjoy the family friendly atmosphere. The Theme of the St. Johns Parade this year is: "Neighbors: Cheering Old, Celebrating New."

The parade route goes from Roosevelt High School to Downtown St. Johns. 

Visit their website here for more information. 

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St. Johns Bizarre!
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

St. Johns Bizarre!

Taking place from 10am until 7pm on May 12th, the Bizarre helps kick off Portland’s street fair season with performances by an eclectic lineup of local bands, *An Open Air Craft Fair* with over 125 craft vendors and artists, Tons of kid and family activities and entertainment, and beer gardens featuring Occidental Brewing Company and Oregon Mead & Cider Co.

And, as always, the Bizarre takes place on the same day as the historic St Johns Parade, a North Portland favorite for 56 years.

Plus many other events and activities organized by the businesses of St. Johns. Make a day of it!

Plaza Stage
(N. Philadelphia between Lombard and Ivanhoe)

• Wild Ones – 6:00pm
• wimps – 5:00pm
• Vursatyl – 4:00pm
• BlackWater HolyLight – 3:00pm
• Tribe Mars – 2:00pm
• DJ Dirtynick – noon – 2:00pm (and in-between sets)
• The Curt Show - Curtis Carlyle (seriously funny juggling) – 11:15am
• KC Puppetree – 11:00am
• Mo Phillips – 10:00am

Leavitt Stage Schedule
(N. Leavitt between Lombard and Kellogg)

• Fritzwa – 5:00 pm
• MELT – 4:00 pm
• Old Unconscious – 3:00 pm
• The Exquisite Taste of Plain Water – 2:00 pm
• Break for Parade – noon – 2:00pm
• School of Rock Portland House Band – 11:15 am
• One With Heart St Johns (Martial Arts Demo) - 10:45 am
• BRAVO Youth Orchestras – 10:00 am

Expanded kids entertainment and activities including:
• Circus Cascadia
• St. Johns Swapnplay's Family Zone
• The Curt Show - Curtis Carlyle (seriously funny juggling)
• Mo Phillips
• PDX Bubbleboys
• HazeAmaze (balloon animals)
• and more!

A beer garden (and a chance to change the world!): A beer garden hosted by local brewers, Occidental Brewing Company , featuring cider courtesy of Oregon Mead & Cider Co.! And for the first time, every single penny of this year's beer garden tips will go to the Roosevelt High School Performing Arts Program!

Visit the website for more details: http://stjohnsbizarre.com/ 

Sign up to volunteer here: http://stjohnsbizarre.com/volunteer/

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May
12
9:00 AM09:00

Refugee Adjustment Day

For ten years an amazing and inspiring group of community members have been coming together in support of RAD.  By joining our efforts and expertise to host a biannual free legal clinic for refugees we’ve been able to help thousands of individuals who are applying to adjust their status in order to obtain their green cards for legal permanent residency. Hundreds of volunteer attorneys, legal professionals, law students, interpreters, doctors, and even more volunteers make this pro bono clinic possible. Last November this community of over 300 volunteers served over 100 families! Now we’re ready to do it again – and we need your help!

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St. Johns Community Clothing Closet
May
10
2:00 PM14:00

St. Johns Community Clothing Closet

The St. Johns Center for Opportunity (SJCO) will host the 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 community clothing closet will have clothing in a range of sizes for infants to adults, as well as shoes, coats, purses and some accessories available for all genders. Any community member in need is welcome to shop at the clothing closet. Each visitor gets to pick any 20 items (limit one coat and 2 pairs of shoes per person).

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, please visit the SJCO website here: http://www.stjohnsopportunity.org/clothing-closet.

Thank you to the Port of Portland for being a presenting sponsor of the community clothing closet!

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May
9
6:30 AM06:30

Community Shred Day

Safely and Securely recycle your old paperwork at the St. Johns Boosters Shred Day

When: Wednesday, May 9th from 6:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Where: Eagles Parking Lot, N Lombard and N Exeter
Why: Fundraiser for the St. Johns Tree Lights
Suggested Donation: $10 for a grocery bag of documents and $20 for an accounting box

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Roots-n-Harmony 2nd Annual Benefit Show
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Roots-n-Harmony 2nd Annual Benefit Show

Join Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective Saturday, May 5 for their second annual benefit show, Roots-n-Harmony! Featuring live music and performances by CPPAC students and ensembles, as well as a silent auction, raffle, and light fare. Enjoy an evening out in St. Johns in support of music & theatre arts education in our North Portland community!

All proceeds from this event benefit student programs at Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective (CPPAC). CPPAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in the heart of St. Johns, Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to foster self-determination through the creative engagement of the community in the performing arts. This community-driven nonprofit was founded by St. Johns residents who are professional musicians and teachers with a passion for the performing arts. For more information about CPPAC studio programs and community partnerships, visit the website: cathedralparkarts.org.

Contact them at info@cathedralparkarts.org for more information.

To purchase event tickets, click here

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May
5
2:00 PM14:00

C3: Initiative-Seismic Shift Panel Discussion & Resident Showcase

2-4 pm: Seismic Shift Panel Discussion

This panel discussion will focus on the way an artist’s practice has the potential to transform when given time, space and resources. Join us for a conversation about the role and importance of residency programs. Joining us as moderator for the discussion is April Baer, with panelists Karl DavisMichael EndoRyan PierceHeidi SchweglerPatricia Vazquez, and Marie Watt. This public program celebrates c3:initiative’s five year anniversary and is the closing event of the exhibition, Morphologies.

4:30-6 pm: Working Library Resident Showcase

Following the Seismic Shifts panel discussion, we will head around the corner to Working Library for a reception and showcase of c3: Working Library’s artists in residence. Born of the c3: Working Library incubator, this collaborative residency fostered creatively-driven projects exploring the notion of the library as a site of production, collection, social engagement, and scholarship. The residency was open to People of Color in Oregon and Washington and supported project ideas which sought to challenge and expand commonplace definitions of publication.

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Village Market Birthday Celebration
May
5
12:00 PM12:00

Village Market Birthday Celebration

Village Market is turning 7 year old! Come celebrate with a BBQ block party, face painting at the Kid's Corner, a plant sale, and see your neighbors in the Photo Storytelling Project. 

Village Market is a program of Village Gardens. Donate to support this non-profit grocery store at www.villagegardens.org. 

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Conversation Project: "What Makes A Job Good?"
May
3
6:00 PM18:00

Conversation Project: "What Makes A Job Good?"

Most adults spend most of their waking hours working. Yet, we rarely have the time to consider why certain work brings us satisfaction and other work does not. What makes a job meaningful to us personally? How do our jobs fit into the local and national economies? What about the work of people different from us?

Join Nikki Mandell for an Oregon Humanities Conversation Project exploring these questions and more. Engage in meaningful dialogue with your neighbors. Please RSVP to reserve your FREE seat today by clicking here! Light refreshments will be served.

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