Are you into gardening, having fun and growing Oregon’s health and food supply? Then this is for you! Go to https://foodhero.org/growthis for details.Continue reading
Neighbors have partnered with the Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association and Impact NW to open a warming and charging center at Brentwood-Darlington Community Center (7211 SE 62nd Ave) on February 19th, 10:00am-2:00PM. Free WiFi access, drop-off charging, and hot coffee, tea, and pastries courtesy of neighbor Gillian W at Starbucks.
Come by, warm up, charge your devices, check your messages, vent with fellow neighbors. We hope to see you there! Please wear a mask and practice good social distancing standards. (Masks available on site if you do not have one.)
Join our neighbors in Foster-Powell for a children’s Black Lives Matter event at Essex Park hosted by Green Tulip Preschool. Special performances by Habiba Addo, Olive and Dingo, and Jessa Campbell and the Saplings! Masks and social distancing protocols recommended. For more information see the graphic below or click here.
Join your community nightly beginning Monday, June 8th, 2020, 6:15-7:15PM, at the intersection of SE 72nd Ave and SE Flavel Street to show support of and solidarity with our BIPOC neighbors.
BDNA Note: This is a neighbor organized event. We do not have more details than shown on the graphic.
Rose Festival has always been a celebration of people, events, and traditions; bridging communities in the City of Roses and beyond. This spring we are asking members of the community to celebrate with us by decorating their front porches. Choose one of our themes as inspiration, or go wild with your own ideas. The purpose of decorating is to unleash your creativity and bring a smile to your friends and neighbors.
The Rose Festival will produce a virtual map with the locations of all our registered Porches, so you can plan a walk or drive around your neighborhood to see and share in the celebration.
Saturday, May 23 and Saturday, May 30 will each see a Rose Festival VIP Procession drive through select Porch Parade neighborhoods.
Hello Friends of LGL!
We will be hosting a second plant sale this Saturday, May 9th from 11-2. Please read below to learn about the new varieties we will have available. The plant sale will be hosted just outside the new people’s gate at LGL. There will be street parking only. We will practice social distancing by allowing only one person to shop at a time. If more than one person arrives at once, we will have a line set up that will keep people at least 6 feet apart. Please read on for all of the details! (RSVP on Facebook here!)Continue reading
Hello Friends of LGL!
We are happy to announce that we will be hosting a plant sale on Saturday, April 25th from 11am-2pm. The plant sale will be hosted just outside the new people’s gate at LGL. There will be street parking only. We will practice social distancing by allowing only one person to shop at a time. If more than one person arrives at once, we will have a line set up that will keep people at least 6 feet apart. Please read on for all of the details!
The first half an hour will be for those over 60 and immune-compromised individuals only. If you do not fall into one of these categories, please do not arrive before 11:30!
The entire plant sale will be donation based. We ask that if you have the means, please support LGL. Nonetheless, if you have found yourself financially compromised during this time we will gladly donate the plants to you, no questions asked!
All plants available will be sold/donated on a first come, first serve basis. We will have:
- Eggplant: Long Purple, Black Beauty
- Pepper: California Wonder, Jalapeño, Serrano, Big Jim, Cayenne
- Cabbage: Red Acre, Early
- Kale: Dwarf Blue, Nero Toscana, Red Russian
- Tomato: Cherokee Purple, Brandywine, San Marzano, Red and Yellow Pear
- Spinach: Bloomsdale
- Lettuce: Buttercrunch, Black Seeded Simpson, Salad Bowl Blend
- Romaine: Paris Island
- Basil: Genovese, Sweet, Tulsi Holy
- Broccoli Raab
- Chard: Rainbow
- Parsley: Italian Green, Moss Curled
- Dill: Bouquet, Tetra
Suggested donation for vegetable 6-packs will be $5 and suggested donation for vegetables in 4 inch pots will be $3. We will also have some “mystery tomatoes” being sold for $1. We will accept cash, Venmo, or Paypal payments. We ask that if you plan to pay in cash that you please bring exact change. We would like to minimize the amount of cash we touch during this time.
If you plan to buy multiple plants, please try to remember to bring your own means of carrying them away.
When you arrive, please do not touch the plants until you have selected the one you plan to purchase.
We will be asking you to return your sanitized pots to us once you have planted out what you bought. More details about this will be available at the plant sale.
We hope to see you there! If you can not make it this time around, we plan to host another plant sale on Saturday, May 9th and will share more information about this as the date gets closer.
Join neighborhood farmers and growers for a free virtual community conversation and Q&A!
Interested but unable to attend? Don’t worry! The conversation will be recorded and posted following the event. We look forward to connecting with you!
Sunday, February 2, 2020, 2:00-4:00pm; Woodstock Library, 6008 SE 49th Avenue Portland, OR 97206
Join the Woodstock Library to celebrate the Lunar New Year, an important holiday in many Asian cultures, celebrating life, good health and prosperity. There will be cultural performances, educational activities and light refreshments. Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will be in attendance providing swag and informational materials!