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Free Concert: Portland Chamber Music

Free family-friendly concert Friday, June 10, from 7:00 to 8:00 pm with Portland Chamber Music! This concert will feature some fun music by British composer Finzi, Beethoven, and Poulenc as well as some new, edgy poetry. Concert will be held at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 11229 NE Prescott St., Portland. For more information, please call Marla at 503-252-5720. This will be the final concert of the 2010-2011 series so please come!

Like to poke fun at war, ignorance and greed?

Join Master of Ceremonies Carl Wolfson, host of "Carl in the Morning" on AM
620 KPOJ

as Roy Zimmerman

brings his latest political and hilarious folk music act to Portland to
benefit the Oregon Center for Public Policy (OCPP - www.ocpp.org).

For over 20 years Roy has poked fun at ignorance, war and greed. His
wickedly inventive satirical songs
have appeared on HBO, Showtime and on NPR's "All Things Considered." Roy
also blogs on the Huffington Post.

“Zimmerman displays a lacerating wit and keen awareness of society’s foibles
that bring to mind a latter-day Tom Lehrer” — L.A. Times

Portland Premier of Quien Dijo Miedo

waiting to hold the door until 7:15pm.
How much: by donation

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.

Katia Lara is from an recognized family in the movement in Central America
for social justice and independence from the yanquis.

CNRG June Networking Night: June 16 (Resume Review)


CNRG Networking Night  

When: Thursday, June 16th - 5:30-7 p.m. 

Where:  Floyd's Coffee Shop - 118 NW Couch St


Help Make Portland the Best it Can Be with Impact NW!

Are you ready to make a commitment to your community's most vulnerable citizens?

Join Impact NW this Friday, June 10th, from 12 - 1:30 PM for a volunteer information session. Learn about the many ways you can volunteer with Impact NW, whether it be serving on a committe for an upcoming fundraising event, mentoring an at-risk youth, or providing friendship for an older adult!

The orientation will take place at the Multicultral Senior Center, on 46th and SE Belmont. RSVP to Liz at [email protected] to attend, a bring a friend!

KZME Benefit Show on July 15

Octopus Entertainment presents a benefit show for KZME radio! Boy Eats Drum Machine, Archeology, Water & Bodies and Hurtbird are scheduled to perform.

This 21 and over event at The Doug Fir Lounge and includes a kick a*s raffle!

July 15 | Doors open at 7 PM | Show starts at 8 PM

Tickets are $10.00 each at the door

Reminder: all you can eat pasta dinner fundraiser at Portobello Vegan Trattoria! THIS SUNDAY advanced ticket sales

Tickets are going fast, so purchase your tickets today!
Join us for a yummy all-you-can-eat Spaghetti Dinner at Portobello Vegan Trattoria,
Sunday June 12th at 6:00pm.
All proceeds go to the scholarship fund for YEA Camp! www.yeacamp.org

Dinner reservations are $20 to $40 per person-sliding scale. The event will also have a silent auction and raffle items including massage, art and more!

All seats are advanced sale, so purchase early as there are only 48 spaces available!

For more details and to purchase tickets, visit http://yeacamp.org/?page_id=452

See you there!

Laugh for Livability....not your typical fundraiser...

Join us for a bit of fun & laughter this Friday...and support a great cause!


Coalition for a Livable Future's Laugh for Livability


Friday, June 10th, 2011 starting at 6 pm


Melody Ballroom


615 SE Alder, Portland


Soap Felting Workshop: June 13, 6-8pm

It’s a washcloth, it’s soap, it’s both! We made the soap, now we’re going to wrap it up in colorful wool, but not to keep it warm. As it is used on your skin, it gently exfoliates. When the soap is gone, the wool remains for use as a great scrubber to clean your sinks and tubs and it’s compostable!

Picture It, Protect It: The Seventh Annual Oregon Wild Outdoor Photo Contest

Press Release: For Immediate Release

Organization: Oregon Wild, 5825 N. Greeley Ave, Portland, OR 97217

Contact: Denise Kayser, Outreach Associate

Email:  [email protected]