Category: Portland

September 12, 2018

Sign up now! Place Matters Oregon Conference: October 29 and 30

When we make better places, we build better lives. Registration is now open for the 2018 Oregon Place Matters Conference. This Conference is an opportunity for people who care about health to gain new insights, skills and connections to help address the leading preventable causes of death in Oregon: tobacco, poor nutrition, physical inactivity, and excessive alcohol use. Come learn about what you can do to help make a difference in your community on October 29 and 30.

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September 12, 2018

Banks: Killin Wetlands Nature Park grand opening celebration on September 22

Come celebrate the opening of a new nature park! Killin Wetlands Nature Park, just west of Banks, is one of the Willamette Valley’s largest remaining peat soil wetlands. Enjoy trail walks, wildlife viewing, check out the view points and the restored barn that features a block on the Quilt Barn Trail of Oregon’s Washington County!

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September 12, 2018

Portland: Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways on September 23

Stop by the Northeast Sunday Parkways route for a full day of fun! The Northeast event provide eight miles of walking, biking and rolling amusement. Along with our funfilled parks, Sunday Parkways will return to Khunamokwst Park where you find our Bilingual Bike Fair held in collaboration with the Andando en Bicicletas en Cully (ABC) Group.

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September 12, 2018

Portland: Placemaking Tour + Info Session on September 27

Come explore Northeast Portland and discuss how communities have implemented City Repair Projects. This is a great event if you want to do such a project in your community or if you want to learn about how to volunteer with City Repair!

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September 12, 2018

Portland: Apply for a Grant with Portland Parks Foundation by September 30

In support of community organizations working to create or care for public parks and park programs, community gardens and natural areas, Portland Parks Foundations funds development, programming, events, transportation, challenge grants or other imaginative ideas. Winter 2018 grant applications are now being accepted.

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