Learning Lab: How to Use Games to Address Social Justice
Feb
2
Mar 30

Learning Lab: How to Use Games to Address Social Justice

  • Wayfinding Academy

Thursdays: February 2nd & 16th and March 16th & 30th from 6:30-9:30pm

Use games to help save the world! Participants in this Lab will choose a social justice area they would like to address. From there, you’ll team up around your social justice topics and develop a game to address at least one element. For example you might focus on raising awareness, changing behavior, or identifying strategies to solve regional issues. Through your game you’ll develop multiple different mechanics to address that element while learning about game thinking, methods, and concepts, psychology, motivation, fun and engagement.

Find out more information and register here.

Hosted by Bjarke Kronborg of Where's My Spark.

Apr
3
6:30 pm18:30

Emergency Preparedness Workshop

  • Pioneer United Methodist Church

Get R Done Mini Training workshops

We've created these from 3 understandings:

1. NET/CERTs don't have their basic medical skills mastered. 
2. All our neighbors likely do not know these skills. 
3. We've had many requests for shorter evening trainings.

Harold Crawford will be our trainer this evening. He is well known for his Wilderness 1st aid training for NET/CERTs. He teaches what to do when you won't have definitive medical help in the first 24 hours.

Who: This is open to all citizens no matter where you live or who you are.

What: #3 will be a short teaching/refresher on necessary bandages.

Why: Everyone needs this skill so they can feel empowered & help those around them in the event they find themselves in any type of disaster. 
This is not an offical NET meeting, but is inclusive for all NET/CERT/HAMs

Apr
4
10:00 am10:00

Career Connections Job Fair

  • Double Tree Hotel

Every April the Urban League of Portland’s Career Connections Job Fair gives job seekers and career changers the opportunity to meet face to face with recruiters from over 80 of the area’s best employers. This event only happens once a year, so don’t miss out!
• Recruiters from federal, state, county, and city government will be there looking for great people like you.
• Talk to representatives from apprenticeship programs about their paid apprenticeships.
• Connect with recruiters from nonprofits focused on: the arts, education, healthcare, the environment, and social justice.
• Learn about the large variety of career opportunities in the private sector including jobs in: manufacturing, retail, hospitality, customer service, sales, and finance.
• Ask recruiters about entry level jobs and internships at their organizations.

*This event is free and open to the public
*Job seekers do not need to pre-register. Job seekers register on site, at the career fair.

Apr
5
3:15 pm15:15

Renters' Rights & Repairs Workshop

  • Clarendon Early Learning Academy

FREE Renter's Rights workshop with FREE Lead testing.

Participants will learn what landlords are responsible for repairing and/or replacing, learn your legal rights and responsibilities as a renter, and learn how to communicate with landlords to get your needs met.

Apr
5
6:30 pm18:30

Housing Affordability Forum

  • George Middle School

St. Johns Center for Opportunity and PSU urban planning students are looking for your input to inform the St. Johns Housing Action Plan. We would like to hear from you about: 1) housing challenges you've seen or experienced in the neighborhood; 2) the unique strength St. Johns carries to face our housing crisis; 3) housing issues we can solve together. Children are welcome and encouraged to join! 

Free food will be provided. If you require any special accomodations please contact us! Lindsay Jensen - lindsay@stjohnsopportunity.org; Julia Michel - faltaplanning@gmail.com.

Residential Permit Night
Apr
6
5:00 pm17:00

Residential Permit Night

  • 1900 Southwest 4th Avenue Portland, OR, 97201 United States

City staff will be available to answer general questions about the permitting and land use processes, help homeowners and tenants understand what plans and documents will be required for review, and identify the necessary permits and inspections for a successful project.

Apr
10
7:00 pm19:00

Housing Affordability Forum @ St. Johns Neighborhood Association

  • St. Johns Community Center

St. Johns Center for Opportunity and PSU urban planning students are looking for your input to inform the St. Johns Housing Action Plan. We would like to hear from you about: 1) housing challenges you've seen or experienced in the neighborhood; 2) the unique strength St. Johns carries to face our housing crisis; 3) housing issues we can solve together. Children are welcome and encouraged to join! 

Free food will be provided. If you require any special accomodations please contact us! Lindsay Jensen - lindsay@stjohnsopportunity.org; Julia Michel - faltaplanning@gmail.com.

SJNA Housing Forum
Apr
10
7:00 pm19:00

SJNA Housing Forum

  • St. Johns Community Center

The St. Johns Neighborhood Association will host a special Housing Action Forum in place of our April general meeting.

We will welcome the PSU Masters in Urban Regional Planning (MURP) students currently in St. Johns to study our local housing situation, what our neighborhood needs for housing, and how does Portland's rising housing cost impact our neighbors.

Apr
15
9:00 am09:00

Spring Native Plant Sale

  • Scappose high school

Wholesale prices! Locally sourced plants!
Scappoose Bay Watershed Council Native Plant Nursery

Proceeds help local restoration projects

Forest Park Community Meeting
Apr
15
11:00 am11:00

Forest Park Community Meeting

  • St. Johns Community Center - Auditorium

Building access to Portland's greatest asset!  
See your design ideas taking shape on the Forest Park Entrance and Nature Center

Questions? Contact Stefanus Gunawan at 503-823-5493 or email . 

Apr
22
10:00 am10:00

Arbor Day Festival

  • Mt. Scott Park

This FREE family friendly festival will feature: 
*tamales from Tierra del Sol
*Asian cuisine from Sisters Fusion
*the Latin sounds of Trio Matices, eclectic melodies from international recording artist Darka Dusty and her partner Miri Stebivka, the vocal stylings of acapella group B-Side Book Club
*an ecological scavenger hunt
*botanical printmaking
*face painting
*a tree climbing demo
*bucket truck rides (above the tree tops) 
*tree giveaways
*the Bill Naito Community Trees Award (accompanied by interpretive dance) presented to one individual and one group exemplifying Loraxian achievements! 

Inner City Blues Festival
Apr
22
6:00 pm18:00

Inner City Blues Festival

  • North Portland Eagles Lodge

A benefit for Health Care for All-Oregon | Co-sponsored by Cascade Blues Association & KBOO Community Radio 90.7 FM

Advance tickets $20/$25 at the door (21+ event)

  • Silent Auction
  • Dinners, dessert, and drinks for sale
  • Raffle Prizes
  • Community Info tables

Purchase tickets here.

Apr
22
6:00 pm18:00

Roots -n- Harmony

  • The Fixin' To

Annual Benefit Concert for Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective. All proceeds go to benefit their leadership, scholarship, intergenerational, and studio programs. 

  • LIVE MUSIC from Green Mountain Guild and The Colin Trio
  • PERFORMANCES from St. Johns Women's Choir and the CPPAC Marimba Band
  • SILENT AUCTION
  • LIGHT FARE and no-host bar

Tickets $30 in advance, can be purchased here.

 

St. Johns Speakeasy
Apr
22
7:00 pm19:00

St. Johns Speakeasy

  • St. Johns Bachelor's Club

Perfectly Innocent Drinks & Dancing!

Come join us on Saturday for some drinks, food, and dancing, as we take a trip back to the 1920's. We've got Boy & Bean providing some prohibition-era swing and jazz music, photo booth, raffle prizes, and more as we take over the Bachelor's Club. Here's your chance to step inside the elusive clubhouse!
 

Tickets $10 in advance/$15 at the door. 

Apr
26
6:30 pm18:30

Emergency Preparedness Workshop

  • Pioneer United Methodist Church

Get R Done Mini Training workshops

We've created these from 3 understandings:

1. NET/CERTs don't have their basic medical skills mastered. 
2. All our neighbors likely do not know these skills. 
3. We've had many requests for shorter evening trainings.

Mike Stump will be our trainer this evening. He has worked extensively with the Beaverton CERT. He is an EMT, excellent trainer and will be covering for Harold Crawford for the Wilderness 1st Aid training. He will also teach from the position of: what to do when you won't have definitive medical help in the first 24 hours.

Who: This is open to all citizens no matter where you live or who you are.

What: #4 will be a short teaching/refresher on head to toe body check.

Why: Everyone needs this skill so they can feel empowered & help those around them in the event they find themselves in any type of disaster. 
This is not an offical NET meeting, but is inclusive for all NET/CERT/HAMs

Apr
29
10:00 am10:00

Neighborhood Clean Up & Recycling Event

  • St. Johns Christian Church Parking Lot

Mark your calendar! The annual St. Johns Neighborhood Association Clean Up & Recycle event is coming up.

Trash and recyclables that don't otherwise fit in curb-side bins will be collected at the event. Excessively large items may be refused, especially home construction materials likely to contain asbestos.

SJNA will also be offering Emergency Preparedness Kit items for your home kits, as well as a raffle for 2 fully stocked Emergency Kits! 

$5/car load  |  $5/tire  |  $7/truck load

May
1
12:00 pm12:00

May Day Coalition 2017 March

  • Shemanski Park

This year, as we face a rising fascism and a dying imperialism, the Portland May Day Coalition calls upon every worker, every renter, every artist, every immigrant, every student, every teacher, every parent, every child, every union, every organizer, and every progressive, radical, and revolutionary organization in the city of Portland to rise up, resist, and unite with us on May 1st.

Gather at Noon
Rally at 2 PM
March at 3 PM

Yes, this year we're marching. :-)

Learning Lab: Connect the Dots
May
1
May 22

Learning Lab: Connect the Dots

  • Wayfinding Academy

Mondays: May 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd from 6:30-9:30pm

Use brain science, visual tools and stories to understand yourself better and be more comfortable in the world. This Lab will help connect the dots between art, storytelling, neuroscience and intuition. No art experience required!

Learn more and register online.

Hosted by Jolie Guillebeau

May
2
6:00 pm18:00

Earthquake Preparedness Workshop

  • Roosevelt High School - Auditorium

The Pacific Northwest experiences a subduction-zone earthquake roughly once every 230 years. There is a 37% chance of a subduction zone earthquake occurring in the next 50 years. Come to this workshop to learn about preparedness information and resources for your home, community, and school.

Topics for Discussion

  • The risks and impacts of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake
  • What you can do to prepare in your home, community, and school
Learning Lab: Crowdfunding Workshop
May
4
May 25

Learning Lab: Crowdfunding Workshop

  • Wayfinding Academy

Thursdays: May 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th from 6:30-9:30pm

Join our three Lab leaders who have worked on three of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns in Portland history including a radio station (which raised $103,762), a park(which raised $123,880), and a new kind of college (which raised $206,451). Bring an idea that you want to get crowdfunded and you'll receive personalized attention to sharpen your plans and improve your execution. You’ll leave with a primer on grassroots fundraising, a timeline template for your campaign (counting backwards from launch), and personalized next steps and tips for improving your odds and increasing the amount you raise.

Learn more and register online.

Hosted by Jefferson Smith, Tim Marcroft, and Bjarke Kronborg of the Wayfinding Academy

Raise Hope 2017
Jun
3
5:00 pm17:00

Raise Hope 2017

  • University of Portland - Bauccio Commons

Mark your calendars! Community of Hope’s 2nd annual Raise Hope Gala is June 3, 2017at the University of Portland’s Bauccio Commons. Join us for an evening of inspiring speakers, a silent auction, dinner and local wine and beer. All proceeds go towards fully funding our 24/7 shelter and programs. Gala tickets go on sale April 19 at communityofhopepdx.org, but sponsorship opportunities are available right now at communityofhopepdx.org.

Learning Lab: Unconventional Ways to Live a Dream Life
Jun
6
Jun 27

Learning Lab: Unconventional Ways to Live a Dream Life

  • Wayfinding Academy

Tuesdays: June 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th from 6:30-9:30pm

What is holding you back from living the life you’ve always wanted for yourself? Is it money? Is it the lack of a plan or creative ideas?  For the last four years Jedd and Michelle Chang have been living as digital nomads; traveling, living, and working from around the world. From visiting over 15+ countries (with mostly-free international flights) to not paying a single dollar of rent when they are back in the states, all while living off of a combined budget of $18,000 a year. Find out how you, too, can live your dream life now instead of waiting to do so after ‘retirement’ - and without breaking the bank. In this Lab, you’ll learn how to identify and prioritize the things in life that are most important to you, how to create a plan (financial and otherwise) to work towards your dreams, and discover unconventional “life hacks” for life, work, and travel. Get inspired to leverage out-of-the-box thinking and  intentionality to accomplish your life goals.

Learn more and register here.

Hosted by Jedd and Michelle Chang of Intentional Travelers

Sunday Parkways - North Portland
Jun
25
11:00 am11:00

Sunday Parkways - North Portland

Sunday Parkways is a fun, family-friendly event that fills select city parks with activities, and closes certain streets to automobiles in order to connect them with a  safe, traffic-free route for neighborhood residents, families and friends to walk, run, bicycle, and roll along as they enjoy the community festivities.

Learning Lab: The Art and Science of Creative Podcasting
Jul
24
9:00 am09:00

Learning Lab: The Art and Science of Creative Podcasting

  • Wayfinding Academy

Saturdays: June 24th and July 8th from 9am-4pm

So you think you might wanna start a podcast? In this Wayfinding lab, you’ll explore aspects of podcasting all the way from what’s needed to create one and if podcasting is the right fit for you, to how to stand out in a sea of noise and develop a tribe of raving audiophile fans. You’ll learn how and why to employ the essential ingredient of storytelling in your show, and how a variety of marketing ideas will enable you to rise above the rest. Even if you ultimately decide not to do a podcast, you’ll walk away with tools to help you more effectively get your message out into the world, no matter your platform.

Learn more and register online.

Hosted by Sherrill Leverich and Cory Davis of Instory Creatives


Mar
29
5:30 pm17:30

Vintage Radio, Audio & Electronic Sale

  • North Portland Eagles Lodge

You can see and purchase vintage radios from the 1920s - 1970s. Short wave, plastic, consoles, wood, radio tubes & audio equipment will be available. 

Free parking
Free popcorn
Free admission
Free snowcones

Mar
23
5:00 pm17:00

Opening Reception: Social Objects

  • c3:initiative

In partnership with the National Conference on Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), c3:initiative invites you to join us for Social Objects, an exhibition by Socially Engaged Craft Collective (SECC). The exhibition highlights the intersection of socially engaged art and the ceramic medium. The opening reception will feature a variety of clay­based interactive projects, performances, and games that focus on collaboration with communities in Portland.

 

Mar
21
9:00 am09:00

Restaurant Job Fair

  • Hilton Vancouver

Restauranteurs and developers, Shawn Ellis & John Straus, along with National Restaurant Consultants, announce two new restaurants opening in Portland and Vancouver. Those interested in a fast-paced, upscale work environment in the food industry may attend the job fair. Sam day interviews and hiring decisions guaranteed. Both restaurants are equal opportunity employers. 

Mar
20
9:00 am09:00

Restaurant Job Fair

  • Hilton Vancouver

Restauranteurs and developers, Shawn Ellis & John Straus, along with National Restaurant Consultants, announce two new restaurants opening in Portland and Vancouver. Those interested in a fast-paced, upscale work environment in the food industry may attend the job fair. Sam day interviews and hiring decisions guaranteed. Both restaurants are equal opportunity employers. 

Mar
19
9:00 am09:00

Rummage Sale

  • 9303 North Buchanan Avenue Portland, OR, 97203 United States

To raise money for Roosevelt Seniors' Graduation Party. Drop off furniture, household goods, toys, and clothes to donate

Mar
18
3:00 pm15:00

Winter Showcase

  • Mago Hunt Performing Arts Center

Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective Presents their Winter Showcase. Potluck-style reception to follow. FREE ADMISSION 

Mar
18
9:00 am09:00

Rummage Sale

  • 9303 North Buchanan Avenue Portland, OR, 97203 United States

To raise money for Roosevelt Seniors' Graduation Party. Drop off furniture, household goods, toys, and clothes to donate
 

Mar
17
6:00 pm18:00

Stand with Refugees & Immigrants

  • East Portland Community Center

Come together to welcome, honor, and heal. All Portlanders are invited, especially refugee and immigrant families. A fun evening of Bollywood, African, and Middle Eastern music and dance. 

Mar
16
Mar 18

Social Justice Theatre Project

  • Roosevelt High School

The inaugural student production at Roosevelt High School is next weekend! The Social Justice Theatre Project includes scenes, stories, spoken word, poetry, and more about the truth of what it means to be a marginalized person in America today, to shape dialogue for the future and how intersectionality plays a role in all of our lives.

  • Thursday, March 16th @ 7:00pm
  • Friday, March 17th @ 7:00pm
  • Saturday, March 18th @ 7:00pm

Tickets are available in advance at: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=pps

Mar
15
6:30 pm18:30

Think and Drink: This Land

  • Alberta Rose Theater

Join us for a conversation about the future of urban development in Portland. What people and organizations have the power to shape the city’s development, and who will be able to participate in how decisions about development are made? 

Our guests for this Think & Drink are Kimberly Branam, executive director of the Portland Development Commission; Anyeley Hallova, a partner at the real-estate developer project^; and Greg Goodman, co-president of Downtown Development Group, a family company that owns twenty-eight parcels of developable land in central Portland.

Tickets ($7.50 general admission, $10 preferred seating) are available now. Reserve your seat at albertarosetheatre.com

Mar
14
6:00 pm18:00

Safe Routes to School Open House

  • Cesar Chavez School

Schools in the Roosevelt cluster have $786,000 for transportation safety improvements. Tell us how to spend it! Childcare and snacks provided. 

Mar
9
6:00 pm18:00

Working Library Open House

  • c3: initiative

The Working Library is a collaborative art project. It is a space to engage the concept of a library through two threads; a site of production and a program for participation—rooted in curiosity and unexpected interconnections.

One branch of the Working Library is a visiting artist program envisioned as an open and flexible structure that allows for multiple representations and interpretations of what a library is, and what it can be.

Another branch is the Working Library Residency in collaboration with c3:initiative. The residency will produce artist projects dealing in themes of publication, archive, and collection through the lens of artists of color.

Mar
9
10:00 am10:00

Youth Dynamics FUNd Run

  • Pier Park

This will be a fun run through a North Portland wooded park to help raise funds to give urban teens the opportunity to participate in experiential learning, team building, and outdoor adventure programs.  This is also a fundraiser for Youth Dynamics work in urban Portland.

Learn more and register online. 

Mar
8
8:30 am08:30

Housing Opportunity Day

  • Oregon State Capitol

Take action to help ensure every Oregonian has a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home and have fun while doing it—join us for our first Housing Opportunity Day of the 2017 Legislative session!

This is your chance to meet your legislators and tell them that we need to take action to prevent and end homelessness, protect renters, build more affordable housing, preserve existing affordable homes, and expand access to home ownership.

Learn more and register for the day! 

Mar
7
5:00 pm17:00

The Gathering

  • Convergence Architecture

The GATHERING is a get together of community groups, individuals, businesses, clubs, associations, organizations, faith community, children and senior support groups, art networks, agencies on the Peninsula so as to get to know each other better  on an individual-personal basis.

5 p.m.   Meet and Greet
5:15 p.m.  The Guest Host introduction
5:30 p.m.  Supper provided by our hosts
6 – 7 p.m.  All in attendance have 1 minute (Maximum 2 minutes) to share whatever they want with the GATHERING.  There is also an informational table for hand-out items.

Mar
5
9:00 am09:00

SURJ Portland Community Organizing Workshop

  • Oregon AFSCME Office

Cost: $10 per person, free to poor/working class people.
All money raised will go to a POC led partner organization.

Do you want to do social justice work but find yourself struggling with where to start or how to be most effective? Is your organization wondering how to connect with people and make gains for community change? Spend the day digging into your work at the SURJ PDX Community Organizing Workshop.

In this workshop you will get the opportunity to:

  • Develop and hone your strategy for creating social change
  • Identify potential allies & leverage points
  • Learn to build power person by person, block by block
  • Build with other organizers to share information and ideas.

This workshop is intended for existing groups of people (informal groups are fine) who want to organize to fight for justice and have ideas for projects. The entire leadership team for your group would be welcome to attend the workshop, a minimum of 2 people from each organization must attend.

There is limited space in this workshop! Organizations will be asked to complete a short application detailing their current work and interests. One application per organization required, please indicate on the application how many people will be attending from your group.

Fill out the application by 2/20/2017

 

Mar
4
8:45 am08:45

St. Johns Tree Team Annual Pruning Party

The St. Johns Tree Team is hosting the 2nd annual neighborhood Tree Pruning workshop. Join urban forestry arborists in an informative hour-long lecture about proper pruning techniques. Then, go out in groups for hands-on practice pruning area trees.

RSVP here

Learning Lab: Thinking, Seeing, Finding
Mar
3
Mar 4

Learning Lab: Thinking, Seeing, Finding

  • Wayfinding Academy

Friday, March 3rd from 6-9pm and Saturday, March 4th from 9am-5pm

As the Technological Age gives way to the Conceptual Age, we find at every level in our lives and every kind of situation, that there are systems to question, opportunities to use creative thinking, and chances to uncover innovative approaches that are simple, but powerful. The Lab will provide experiences for questioning, creative thinking, and innovative actions.

Learn more and register here.

Hosted by Angela Owusu-Ansah

Marrow's Grad Re-Opening
Mar
3
3:00 pm15:00

Marrow's Grad Re-Opening

  • Marrow

After a rad pilot year and a 6 month hiatus, Marrow is ready to relaunch programming, and we want YOU to come celebrate with us in our NEW, bigger, brighter space! Staff and members will be around to chat and answer questions, there will be live music, a silent art auction, food, and general good times!

Admission:
Teens/youth: free
Adults: $8 advance, $10 door
(advance tickets available starting February 1st)
The funding raised from admission will help us continue to provide free and low cost programming to our teenagers!

Music:
Kids' Table https://www.facebook.com/kidstableband/
(We're looking for more teen-fronted music acts!)

Sponsors:
TBA - more info available at http://marrowpdx.org/events/reopening

Mar
2
12:30 pm12:30

#JustCauseBecause Rally

  • First Congressional Church

It's time for real fixes to Oregon's Housing Crisis. Join Stable Homes for Oregon Families at the State Capitol to take action in helping to fix Oregon's Housing Crisis. 

To register and find out more email organizing@oregoncat.org or call 541.590.2289

12:30PM Lobby Training:
Get the information and tools you need to talk with legislators

2:30PM Lobby Visits
Join us as we meet face to face with legislators

5:00PM Testimony & Public Hearing:
Share your Story!

Conversation Project: Exploring What Makes Us Oregonians
Feb
25
2:00 pm14:00

Conversation Project: Exploring What Makes Us Oregonians

  • St. Johns Center for Opportunity

Join us on Saturday, February 25th from 2-4pm for another Conversation Project sponsored by Oregon Humanities. Join Kerani Mitchell and the Center for Opportunity as we talk about Oregonian identity and values. Given Oregon's growth and history of racial exclusion, how do we build communities that welcome people of all backgrounds? 

Click here to RSVP for this FREE event - space is limited. 

Feb
25
11:00 am11:00

Stand up for Immigrants!

  • MLK Statue

We are experiencing increased fear in the community: the Trump regime seeks to ban Muslims from the U.S. and persecute immigrant workers and their families, while ICE is empowered to act outside of its own policies as it dramatically increases its aggression against our community. Even hate speech and violence are disrupting faith communities in their places of worship.

Join with the Portland Immigrant Rights Coalition (PIRC), to stand tall and proud for Immigrant workers' Right.

Fix-It Fair: Healthy Families, Healthy Homes
Feb
25
9:30 am09:30

Fix-It Fair: Healthy Families, Healthy Homes

  • Madison High School

The Fix-It Fair is a FREE City of Portland event where you can learn simple ways to save money and connect with resources. Join your neighbors and talk to the experts about how to spend less and stay healthy.

Clases en ingles y español. 

Ongoing exhibits and hourly workshops on such topics as:

  • Water and energy savings
  • Safe and healthy home
  • Food and nutrition
  • Neighborhood and community resources
  • Recycling
  • Weatherizing your home
  • Gardening and growing your own food
  • Yard care and composting
  • Transportation

Plus:

  • Repair Café: Bring one item to be fixed by a Repair PDX volunteer, while learning how to do it yourself. (Volunteers will do their best, but do not guarantee a complete repair.) You may bring a small countertop appliance, such as a toaster, or an article of clothing.
  • Free lead blood testing
  • Free giveaways
  • Hourly door prizes
  • Free professional childcare
  • Free lunch
  • Free minor bike tune-ups and flat tire repair for students and families

Click here for more information and to find out about other times and locations of this event. Questions? Call (503)823-4309 or email fixitfair@portlandoregon.gov

Feb
18
11:00 am11:00

Explore Forest Park @ St. Johns Community Center

  • St. Johns Community Center - Auditorium

Experience environmental science activities from Portland Park & recreation's Environmental Education Team. And, weigh in on potential design options for Forest Park Entrance and Nature Center. 

Free food, interactive activities, door prizes, family-friendly, all ages welcome!