Vibe Summer Academy

Vibe of Portland is hosting art and music camps for ages 5-14! See the above images for information on how to register. Some Summer Academy camps take place at Brentwood-Darlington’s very own Moose Lodge #291! Other Summer Academy camps take place at Green Tulip Peace and Nature School, whom neighbors may remember for doing face painting and activities and many past BDNA events.

Grow This! Oregon Garden Challenge

[Image Description: A green zucchini with yellow flower.] Photo by L.Goldser

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. 

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BDNA Hosting WCBA March Board Meeting with Special Guest Sam Adams

Please join Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association as we host the Woodstock Community Business Association March Board Meeting! Featuring special guest Sam Adams, City of Portland Director of Strategic Innovations.

March 10, 2021 • 5:30 pm

 

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Woodmere Community Saturday BLM Rally

The Woodmere Community is hosting an on-going weekly rally, Saturdays starting July 11th. The rally begins at 5:00PM at Woodmere Elementary and then marches to join the nightly neighborhood protest at SE 72nd Ave/SE Flavel St at 6:00PM. This is a family-friendly event and safe space for all community members. Social distancing and masks encouraged.

Hope City Church Donates $1,500 to BDNA!

Despite the cancellation of their annual Orange Egg Drop in Brentwood Park, due to COVID-19, Hope City Church donated $1,500 to Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association (BDNA)!

Left to Right: Brian Becker, Pastor at Hope City Church and Chelsea Powers, BDNA Board Chair
Description: A man and woman stand in a sunny park holding an oversized check.

Four years ago, Hope City Church began offering a voluntary donation ticket for the Egg Drop and has since raised thousands of dollars for BDNA. We look forward to partnering with them on this event again next year. Click here to find out more about virtual services at Hope City Church.

(This generous contribution would normally go towards free community events and neighborhood improvements. At this time, BDNA is brainstorming ways to put these funds towards relief efforts in the neighborhood.)

BDNA Community Events Google Calendar

Do you live by your Google Calendar?  Subscribe to our Community Events calendar by clicking here!  We post events from Brentwood-Darlington and adjacent neighborhoods (Woodstock, Mt Scott-Arleta, Foster-Powell, Lents, Johnson Creek-Ardenwald).  Got an event to add to our calendar?  Send it to us via email at brentwood.darlington@gmail.com.

Neighborhood Electronics Recycling in Brentwood-Darlington

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NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRONICS RECYCLING!

Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association is hosting a Neighborhood Electronics Recycling event with Green Century Recycling!  September 14th, 2019, 9:30AM-12:30PM at Brentwood-Darlington Community Center (7211 SE 62nd Ave, 97206).  Suggested donation: $5/ITEM or $25/CAR LOAD.  Russian translation coming soon! Scroll down for Spanish.

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Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Clean-Up 2019!

Join us for our annual neighborhood clean-up event!

Bring your bulky waste, scrap metal and wood, furniture, yard debris, and more! NO COMMERCIAL LOADS!

Suggested Donation:
Car/Minivan $30
Truck/Van $40
Mattress $10
Trailer $35

We accept cash, checks, and cards. Please make checks out to, “BDNA.”  Look for our flier in the May issue of the The Bee to save $5! 

RSVP for this event on Facebook or NextDoor to stay up to date!

So what is “bulky waste”? Things like chairs, sofas, lamps, mattresses, old doors, piles of cardboard or bales of old newspapers, or anything else that cannot be left curbside for regular waste pick-up. We also accept scrap metal like washers, dryers, and dishwashers, old metal chairs, poles, wire, cable, ducts, and locks. Plus, drop off your yard waste that can’t go in the compost bin; like branches, vines, bushes, small trees, and stumps.

Please note, the list of prohibited materials was updated April 11, 2019 to reflect new rules.  

As per Metro, we cannot accept:

  • Building/construction/demolition materials, including:
  • Flooring: vinyl tiles, vinyl sheet, mastic
  • Walls: Painted wood, plaster, decorative plaster
  • Siding: cement siding, shingles, “Transite”
  • Ceilings: acoustical tiles, “popcorn” and spray-on texture
  • Insulation: spray-applied, blown-in, vermiculite
  • Electrical: wire insulation, panel partitions
  • Other: fire doors, fire brick, fire proofing
  • Home and office appliances
  • Computers/components, monitors or TVs
  • Food in any form, including kitchen garbage/food waste
  • Refrigerators/freezers or air conditioners (containing Freon or ammonia)
  • Hazardous waste
  • Batteries (all kinds)
  • Paint
  • Chemicals
  • Toilets
  • Tires
  • Railroad ties
  • Barrels
  • Propane tanks
  • Explosives
  • Lead containing materials
  • Oil, mercury, or PCBs
  • Fluorescent bulbs & ballast
  • Marijuana (in any form)