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Biking Tour of Community Gardens - June 22, 6:15pm

The Alberta Coop's Community Engagement Committee invites all interested community members and garden enthusiasts to our second annual biking tour of community gardens in NE Portland on Wednesday, 6/22. It's a great opportunity to see the variety of ways people are gardening cooperatively in the city.

Opening Reception for the International Plastic Quilt Project: Student edition

Does the Glass Ceiling Come in Colors? Issues and Challenges of Women in the Workplace event June 30, Oregon Convention Center

Does the Glass Ceiling Come in Colors? Issues and Challenges of Women in
the Workplace event
You are invited to attend the first United Way Diversity and Inclusion
Community Forum
Details at
*http://secure.unitedway-pdx.org/site/Calendar?id=100142&view=Detail *

Portland State University logo

Sharon Hasenjaeger
Assistant Director
Institute for Nonprofit Management
Portland State University
Tel: (503) 725-8221
Fax: (503) 725-8045
[email protected]
www.inpm.pdx.edu for information on INPM's nonprofit courses and events

Portland premiere of Quien Dijo Miedo, a film about the resistance in Honduras

This Friday, our delegation is hosting the Portland premiere of Quien Dijo
Miedo (http://quiendijomiedofilm.blogspot.com/), a film about the resistance
in Honduras. We will show the film at my apartment building at NW 4th and
Flanders (333 NW 4th Ave) at 7 p.m. Please come to this free showing and
meet the delegates. All MAX lines are close to the building.

FSC Programs for JULY

Franciscan Spiritual Center

6902 SE Lake Rd, Suite 300

Milwaukie, OR 97267


Ph. 503-794-8542

Milwaukie Parkinson's Exercise Group

Join others to practice exercises that will help increase strength,
flexibility and balance as well as improve coordination and help delay the
progression of symptoms of Parkinson's Disease.

Dates: Mondays & Fridays July thru December

Time: 10:00am-11:00am

Cost: $32 per month of 8 classes

Recognizing God in You

The Visitation: a Model of Friendship

Building the Kitchen Commons: Community Kitchen Meal & Visioning

Tuesday, June 21 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm Redeemer Lutheran Church
5431 NE 20th Ave at Killingsworth

What are community kitchens? How can they be used to reduce hunger, improve health, create jobs, and strengthen community ties? What would it take to turn a kitchen in your congregation or neighborhood into a community kitchen?

We’ll share a meal together and learn from leaders in Portland who are working to open kitchens for uses like cooking classes, cooking and preserving together, nurturing new food entrepreneurs, and more. Bring your appetite (dinner provided!) and ideas for a project in your organization or neighborhood!

RSVP appreciated by 6/20: [email protected]

Pedal into the Past: Vancouver Heritage Tree Bicycle Tour - June 20

Pedal through historic downtown Vancouver while admiring some of our most celebrated trees, during a special TreeTalk bike tour, Monday, June 20 as part of the Pedalpalooza festivities.

Starting promptly at 6 p.m., City of Vancouver Urban Forestry staff will lead an easy 4-mile guided Heritage Tree Bicycle Tour of the city’s notable trees. The mostly flat, enjoyable ride begins and ends at Esther Short Park, 600 S.W. Columbia St.

CNRG June Networking Night: June 16 (Resume Review)


CNRG Networking Night  

SCRAP presents: Rebel Craft Rumble on June 15th at Clinton Street Theater


With pinking shears drawn and glue guns locked and loaded, a fierce group of competitors will battle for crafting supremacy at Rebel Craft Rumble. See what kick-ass crafts they’ll whip up and if they can seam-rip the title of Craft Master from last year’s winner, Sister Diane Gilleland. All bouts will be judged by local celebs.

correction: portland premier of Quien Dijo Miedo

Popcorn provided!

On June 28, 2009 the people of Honduras faced a rude awakening. Army
generals had forced elected President Manuel Zelaya onto a waiting plane and
whisked him away to Costa Rica. A military coup was underway. That’s when
Katia Lara picked up her camera and began filming. “Quien dijo miedo” covers
what the mainstream media didn’t: the story of how everyday Hondurans
organized to restore democracy in the absence of the rule of law.

for more info contact [email protected]