The Master Gardeners at the Demonstration Garden are announcing a new class on Plant Propagation open to both Master Gardeners and the public held on Saturday, April 1st, 9:00AM-12:30PM, and repeated on Saturday, April 15that the same time. The class will be held at Greenhouse #5 (southern-most) at the Learning Gardens Lab.
This class is “hands on”. You’ll learn about, and try your hand at cuttings, layering, division, suckering, offsets, grapes, fruit tree grafting, and even seeds! The classes will be limited to 24 students and will divide into four groups to visit four stations on different topics. To register, send an email with the subject, “Propagation Class”. You will receive an email response letting you know are accepted and specifying any things you should bring with you. You will also receive a response if the classes are full. We look forward to seeing you in class. We will be gardening, so expect to get your hands dirty!
Participate in a PSU focus group! You are invited to a conversation to help create a more connected, fun and welcoming Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood. Join us for activities and discussion to develop a shared vision for your community and meet some friendly faces along the way.
Events are open and welcome to the community, but are limited in size so, reserve your spot today! Each participant is entered into a drawing for either a Fred Meyer gift card or day passes to the Mt. Scott Community Pool!
Focus groups will be held in English, Spanish and Vietnamese. Childcare and dinner will be provided at the Brentwood Community Center. We are trying to hear from a wide-range of community voices, please pass this information along to people you think would be interested! Specific Facebook events are listed below. Please RSVP for the appropriate session.
March 27th-March 31st, 9:00AM-12:00PM at Moose Lodge #291.
For kids ages 4-10, the Vibe of PDX is hosting a Spring Break Camp at the Moose Lodge! Hands on art, music, outdoor time, games, and more! $50 for Moose Lodge #291 members, $80 for non-members. Lunch will be served for members and camp families every day at noon ($6 adults, $3 kids). To sign up, email or call 503-320-5600.
Neighbors gathered ahead of the February BDNA meeting to make signs and show their support for the community. Neighbors Albert Zayha and Meg Van Buren created signs showing love for all neighbors. Download a PDF of these signs by clicking here.
The Growing Transit Communities Plan is an effort to identify and prioritize the most beneficial improvements that would make getting to and using the bus, a safer and more convenient option along sections of bus lines 87, 77, and 20. To participate, click here and take PBOT’s survey.
A packet on protecting your family in case of unexpected unavailability from the Oregon Law Center and Latino Network, available in both English and Spanish. Click your preferred language below to view and download.
Street Tree Pruning Work Party happening in our neighborhood! Saturday, February 11, 8:30AM-12:00PM. Meet at Flavel Park.