Friday, April 29th 5:00 to 8:00 pm 5109 SE 66th (@Raymond).
We will have lots of wonderful artist selling their handmade arts and crafts to benefit the shcool. Live demonstration, face painting, kids activities, food, and lots of fun. Come support your local schools! This event is FREE!
SE Uplift invites you to join us at the Commons Convergence, a free event for learning, networking, and celebrating the commons! Please share this with your networks, list servs, social media and other communications outreach tools. The Commons Convergence is made up of community groups, non-profits and neighbors like you!
Our local work is part of a national movement to claim our commons—things that belong to all of us and are the basis of our collective well being. Join us for an inspiring afternoon with local and national advocates, dreamers and doers who are re-imagining and bringing to life a just and sustainable world.
When: Saturday, May 7, 1 – 4 p.m., Doors open at 12:30 p.m
Where: St. David's Church, 2800 SE Harrison in Portland
Inspirational local and national stories of commons-based solutions
Networking with local and regional groups involved in stewarding the commons
Book Signing • Music • Refreshments • Fun Interactive Educational Activities
Sponsored by: On the Commons, Metro
Groups participating include:
SOLV, Ecotrust, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Oregon League of Conservation Voters, City Repair, Southeast Uplift, Upstream Public Health, Audubon, Onward Oregon, Coalition for a Livable Future, Food & Water Watch, Intertwine Alliance, Jobs with Justice, Friends of Family Farmers, We Can Do Better, Leaven Project, Portland Fruit, Groundwork, Oregon Commons Project, and Friends of the Columbia River Gorge
The MSANA has some exciting news....we've partnered with the Woodstock NA to host an Easter Egg Hunt in Mt. Scott Park.
The hunt, which has taken place for years now in Woodstock Park is moving over to our neighborhood this year. It will take place on Saturday, April 23rd.
To help make this happen, we are looking for volunteers to help stuff plastic eggs, prep the park on the morning of the hunt and stay around to help clean up.
Also, if you're a neighbor living in Mt. Scott-Arleta and you have a project, idea or group you'd like to get started (think knitting club, a walking group, or meet-up for Moms) please contact us and you can join us at our table on the 23rd and spread the word to the rest of your neighbors.
For more information and to get involved please contact an MSANA board member. Their info is in the side bar of the blog.