East Portland News Community Calendar

East Portland News
April ~ (May) 2020
Community Calendar

We’ve lost count of how may events have been listed, canceled, changed and updated for March and April. We’ve been correcting, changing and canceling events as they come.

As of now, event planners with civic, neighborhood, business and nonprofit organizations have been hesitant to speculate about meetings in May.

Instead of posting listings speculatively, and then canceling them, we’re wait to see how the novel COVID-19 Coronavirus affects events and activities.

Be sure to check back often.

Your “closures and cancellations” notices are now vitally important to your community!  We’ll help you get the word out! Free! Send your calendar information to David@eastPDXnews.com. Deadline? There isn’t a deadline! We update information daily.

Through April,
due to COVID-19 virus concerns…

We’re updating the postponement or cancellation of events, plays and programs as quickly as possible.  Should you see that an event is still listed, it’s a good idea to check and make sure the event is actually taking place.

Meeting, events and organization closures include:

  • Annual 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade
  • David Douglas School District schools  – CLICK HERE
  • Division Midway Alliance – office and events
  • East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District- All workshops and office – CLICK HERE
  • East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) – All meetings
  • East Portland Chamber of Commerce – CLICK HERE
  • East Portland Parks Coalition
  • Gateway Area Business Association – All meetings and events
  • Green Lents – Most activities
  • Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization
  • Leach Botanical Garden: Garden open, programs canceled
  • Neighborhood Association meetings
  • Neighborhood Business District meetings
  • Montavilla Community Acupuncture
  • Montavilla East Tabor Business Association – all events
  • Montavilla Food Coop (Annual Meeting postponed)
  • Oregon Executive Club
  • Multnomah County Library – all facilities, CLICK HERE
  • Oaks Amusement Park
  • Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
  • Parkrose School District schools and events – CLICK HERE
  • Portland Community College Southeast Center
  • Portland Memory Garden – Garden OPEN, no work parties; CLICK HERE
  • Portland Metro Arts – Online only, CLICK HERE
  • Portland Parks & Recreation facilities CLICK HERE to see what’s open, and what’s closed
  • Portland YouthBuilders
  • Rosewood Initiative/Center CLICK HERE
  • Sandy Actors Theatre
  • The Grotto
  • Wattles Boys & Girls Club in Lents
  • Zimmerman House museum

 

East Portland’s Community Calendar
April, 2020

April 2
> Creating an Edible LandscapeCANCELED due to COVID-19 concernsThey may be holding this workshop online! For more information CLICK HERE

> East Portland Parks CoalitionCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns –  Contact Chair Linda Robinson at lrobinspdx@comcast.net for more information about future meetings.

April 4
> Parkrose Bronco Boosters Pop Can DriveCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns.  It’s coordinated by Patty Meighen, contact her at pmeighen@hotmail.com.

> Volunteer at Portland Memory Garden – CANCELED due to COVID-19 Coronavrus concernsBut, garden is open regular hours. Please use “social distancing” in the garden. It’s located at SE Powell Blvd at SE 104th Avenue in the southeast corner of Ed Benedict Park. To volunteer or to learn more, contact Patty Cassidy, Friends of the Portland Memory Garden at friendspmg@comcast.net.

> Planting at Lents Park Nature Patch and Ribbon Cutting Postponed, due to COVID-19 concerns –   Contact courtney@jcwc.org for more information.

> Division-Midway Clean-Up DayPostponed, due to COVID-19 concernsThey may hold a similar event in the future, but the date is uncertain.

> Rain Gardens 101CANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns – It was going to be in Parkrose at the Russelville Grange Hall, located at 12105 NE Prescott Street, 97220. They may be holding this workshop online! Although it’s FREE, registration is required; register now: CLICK HERE

April 5
> Spring combined Orchestra and Band concert CANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns – It was going to be at  the David Douglas High School Howard Horner Performing Arts Center, located at 1400 SE 130th Avenue.

April 7
> Wilkes Community Group Meeting – At 6:30 p.m. this evening, the board of this neighborhood association – and interested others – meet. For more information, contact their Chair Richard Mohley at Wilkes.Community.Group.Chair@gmail.com to find out if they’re meeting.

April 9
> Celebrate 2020: The IRCO Annual Gala Postponed, due to COVID-19 concerns –  General Admission tickets are $150 each | Table Price: $1,500. For more information, or to buy tickets online, CLICK HERE. It’s being held, at a yet to be determined date, at Embassy Suites Portland Airport.

> Lents Neighborhood Livability Association– They’re meeting from 6:30 until  8:30 p.m. You’ll find them at the Community Connection Center (CCC) located on the grounds of the Mt. Scott Church of God at 10603 SE Henderson Street. For more information contact LNLA at lnla2018@gmail.com.

April 13
> Montavilla East Tabor Business Association Quarterly MeetingCANCELED due to COVID-19 Coronavirus concerns – From noon until 1:30 p.m., they’ll be meeting. they do promise pizza, salad as well as some business tips and come see what METBA is up to for 2020. It’s being held at Flying Pie Pizza, 7804 SE Stark Street, 97215.

> Gateway Area Business Association meetsCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns  –  For more information, email Calvin at calvin@ventureportland.org.

> The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” performed (not) in GreshamAt last, they’ve CANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns. 

April 14
> Midway Business Association CANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns. search for their website or Facebook page for social media listings.

> Foster Area Business Association –Their board (and interested others) meet today at 6:00 p.m. at “The Pod Bar” in Carts on Foster; the northeast corner of SE Foster and 52nd Avenue where folks are welcome to purchase dinner from one of the vendors before the meeting. For more information call (503) 774-2832.

April 15
> Urban WeedsCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns  –  The onsite workshop won’t take place at Leach Botanical Garden. But, they may be offering this workshop ONLINE! Although it’s FREE, registration is required; register now: CLICK HERE to do so at the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District website.

April 17
> Parkrose Business AssociationCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns.

April 18
> Leach Garden Plant SaleCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns.

> Green Lents Garden Swap CANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns – The in-person Garden Swap event had been scheduled at Zenger Farm.

> Gateway Business District Clean-up CANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns – Meeting at 9:30 a.m., join them to beautify NE 102nd Avenue, between NE Halsey Street and NE Glisan Street, in support of Earth Day! For more information, and to sign up at the SOLVE website, CLICK HERE.

April 19
> Botanical Dyeing Silk Scarves WorkshopCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns  –  It was going to be at Leach Botanical Garden.

April 20
> Hazelwood Neighborhood Association – Either a Board or General Meeting (all are invited) starts at 6:30 p.m. at East Portland Neighborhood Office at 1017 NE 117th Avenue. For more information, contact HNA Chair Arlene Kimura at arlene.kimura@gmail.com. To make sure they’re meeting, or for more information, call (503) 823-4550.

April 21
> Argay Terrace Neighborhood Association – Their Board meet at 6:30 p.m. this evening, at Portland Fire & Rescue Fire Station #2, 4800 NE 122nd Avenue. All are invited to attend. For more information, call (503) 823-4550.

> Parkrose Neighborhood Association General Meeting – They’re meetings start at 7:00 p.m. You’ll find them at Rossi Farms, 3839 NE 122nd Avenue, OR 97230. For more information, e-mail parkroseneighbors@gmail.com. Or, call (503) 823-4550.

April 22
> East Portland Action Plan General MeetingCANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns.

> Parkrose Heights Association of Neighbors – Listings indicate their general membership meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. at Parkrose United Methodist Church, located at 11111 NE Knott Street. Call (503) 823-4501 to confirm they’re actually meeting.

April 25
> 82nd Avenue of Roses ParadeCANCELED due to COVID-19 Coronavirus concerns.

> Attracting Pollinators to the Urban Garden – – CANCELED due to COVID-19 concerns  –  The onsite workshop won’t take place at the East Portland Collective. But, they may be offering this workshop ONLINE! Although it’s FREE, registration is required; register now: CLICK HERE to do so at the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District website.

> Parkrose Educational Foundation Dinner/Auction – From 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., the evening’s theme is “The Mad Hatter Ball” – so “don’t be late” say organizers. TICKETS: $60/person entitles one to wine, appetizers and dinner, and the opportunity to spend even more at their live and silent auctions. It’s at the Portland Airport Sheraton Hotel. For tickets and more information, see their website: CLICK HERE.

April 27
> Mill Park Neighborhood Association – Neighbors and guests meet at 6:30 p.m. to help strengthen their neighborhood. E-mail Trevor Hopper at mill.park.pdx.chair@gmail.com for more information.

 

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