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The on-air Community Calendar highlights community events which are free or benefit a nonprofit organization.  You can also find events through our online community calendar.

To submit an event click here.  Event information can also be submitted to kboocommunitycalendar@gmail.com. Please include event title and date in subject line.

Community Calendar segments air several times per day, generally at 9am, noon, 3pm (+ 7pm on weekdays). Tune in or click the audio links to hear/read what is happening in our community !

 

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Community calendar 14 Feb 2012

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Tue, 02/14/2012

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR//FEBRUARY 14, 2012
Happy Tuesday! This is Margaret with your community calendar for February 14.

This evening, and every Tuesday, from 7 to 10 pm, you’re invited to join Bikes for Humanity for a volunteer bike repair project. This community service project, which aims to provide affordable refurbished bikes to the public, needs volunteers to catalog, clean and refurbish the bikes for adoption events. New faces are welcome at the Community Exchange Bike School, at 4038 SE Brooklyn St. in Portland.
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b4hpdx dot org
b4hpdx at gmail DOT com
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Tomorrow, Wednesday, the Multnomah County Health Department will hold a walk-in community immunization clinic from 9 am to 3 pm on the first floor of the East County Services Building, located at 600 NE 8th St in Gresham. Available services include lead screenings, TB testing, childhood immunizations, and adult vaccination and antibody titer testing. Some of these services are also available every week by appointment at the county building in downtown Portland; more information is available at multco dot us slash health slash immunizations.
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multco dot us slash health slash immunizations
503-988-3406
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Tri-met is hosting a series of community open house sessions on proposed changes to fares and services. You can learn more about the proposed changes, and share your feedback in person, by attending an open house. One will be hosted in downtown Portland tomorrow, Wednesday, from 4:30–6:30 p.m; that’s in Room C of Portland Building at 1120 SW 5th Ave.
Then on Thursday,also from 4:30–6:30 p.m, the open house will he held in the Community Room of the Clackamas Town Center, which is at 12000 SE 82nd Ave.
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trimet dot org
503-238-RIDE (7433)
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Tomorrow afternoon at Portland State University, philosopher and theologian Sarah Sentilles will discuss “Art, Religion, and Torture: Constructing an Ethical Response to Violence against Others” That’s tomorrow at 4 pm in room 296 of the Smith Memorial Student Union, located at 1825 SW Broadway.
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503-725-9662
publichumanities at pdx dot edu


For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!

 

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Community Calendar 12-30-2011

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Fri, 12/30/2011

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR//DECEMBER 30, 2011
Happy Friday! This is Margaret with your community calendar for  December 30.

Severe weather emergency shelter is available in Portland  when the city declares a Severe Weather Notice, based on a temperature at 25 degrees Fahrenheit or below for several nights in a row. A list of severe weather emergency shelter providers has been posted at rosecityresource dot org. If you’re in the city you can also get more information by calling 211.
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If you’ve been thinking about adopting a feline friend, this week is your last chance to take advantage of the Auld Lang Syne Adoption Special at the Cat Adoption Team shelter. All adult cats are a year-ending $20.11!  The shelter is located in Sherwood, and more information is available at catadoptionteam dot org.
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14175 SW Galbreath Drive.Sherwood, OR 97140.
(503) 925-8903
contactus AT catadoptionteam DOT org
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Tomorrow morning, Saturday,  In Other Words Books and Community Center is hosting Big Fat Love Yoga, a space for self-identified people of size to experience and practice yoga in a comfortable environment with a knowledgeable teacher. Many choices for how to participate in each pose will be offered. The class is open to all levels and abilities and will run from 9 to 10:30 AM at In Other Words, which is located at 14 NE Killingsworth Street in Portland.
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gmozee AT gmail DOT com
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Tomorrow is also your last chance to view the World Beat gallery’s current exhibit, Japan: Resilient Spirit, Enduring Traditions. The gallery is open between noon and 4 pm is located within the Reed Opera House at 189 Liberty St SE in Salem.
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(503) 581-2004
salemmulticultural DOT org
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Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, a nonprofit organization delivering mental health and addictions treatment services and housing support,  is seeking used cameras for an ongoing project exploring image and identity. Drop off your camera or other photography equipment during Monday through Friday daytime hours at 847 NE 19th Avenue #100, Portland.
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503-238-0705 ext180
cara.abraham AT cascadiabhc DOT org
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For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!

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Community Calendar 12-23-2011

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Thu, 12/22/2011

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR//DECEMBER 23, 2011
Happy Friday! This is Margaret with your community calendar for Friday, December 23.

Severe weather emergency shelter is available in Portland  when the city declares a Severe Weather Notice, based on a temperature at 25 degrees Fahrenheit or below for several nights in a row. A list of severe weather emergency shelter providers has been posted at rosecityresource dot org. If you’re in the city you can also get more information by calling 211.
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Tonight is the drop dead date for submissions to the Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers photo show organized by Blue Sky Center for the Photographic Arts. Any photographer who is a current resident of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, British Columbia, or Alaska is invited to submit work for consideration. Please provide exactly 10 images from a single series or body of work created within the last five years. If aSubmissions are being accepted via via callforentry dot org, and more information is available at blueskygallery dot org.
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bluesky AT blueskygallery DOT org
503-225-0210                     
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This evening in Northeast Portland, the Rare Air Xhurch will host the Alien Nativity– an otherworldly, non-denominational celebration of spirituality and galactic otherness, and the labor of love of many local DIY artists-- featuring this year’s installment of the layered musical performance called Earth & You. Tonight’s event runs from  5:00 to 9:00pm at 4550 NE 20th Avenue, Portland, OR 97211
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xhurch DOT net SLASH alien_nativity.html
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Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, a nonprofit organization delivering mental health and addictions treatment services and housing support,  is seeking used cameras for an ongoing project exploring image and identity. Drop off your camera or other photography equipment during Monday through Friday daytime hours at 847 NE 19th Avenue #100, Portland.
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503-238-0705 ext180
cara.abraham AT cascadiabhc DOT org
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For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!


 

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Community Calendar 12-2-2011

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Fri, 12/02/2011

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR//DECEMBER 2, 2011
Happy Friday! This is Margaret with your community calendar for Friday, December 2.

This is the day that is your very last chance to make your bid at Sold! On Sisters, the fantastic  online auction to benefit  community empowerment programming and the beloved Cafe at Sisters of the Road.  Many fantastic gifts are still up for bidding until 9:00 this evening at   sistersoftheroad dot org.
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This evening in Portland, the Economic Justice Action Group invites you to the next installment in its Fall Documentary Film Series. Tonight’s feature selection is Lifting the Veil.  Popcorn and conversation will be provided! The screening will start at 6:30 PM and will happen downtown at First Unitarian Church, which is at 1034 SW 13th Ave.
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503-228-6389
office at firstunitarianportland dot org
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Tomorrow, join the Friends of Baltimore Woods for a fundraising  book sale and party featuring live music, local crafts, food and drink, a storyteller telling stories, and quality used books for cheap! Book donations are accepted too; sales will benefit efforts to restore Baltimore Woods.  It all goes down at the Waterlab, up 6543 N Burlington. Baltimore Avenue) , between noon and 6 on Saturday.
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cleanriveroregon4 at yahoo dot com
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The Youth Empowered Action Academy is a new, new, NEW Saturday workshop program for 12-17 year olds who want to make a difference in their community or the world. From 11am-4pm one Saturday a month, youth have an opportunity to learn key skills like running an effective school club, fundraising, running a campaign, and arts activism — all while finding out about inspiring ways others are having an impact in their community, building self confidence, creating a plan to impact a societal problem, and making friends with other young change-makers.  
The sessions will begin next Saturday the 10th and will take place at the Mt. Scott Community Center in southeast Portland. Registration is required and is available at the Portland Parks and Recreation website.More information can be found at yeacamp dot org.
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laura at yeacamp dot org
503-347-0223
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For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!
 

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community calendar, FRIDAY

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Fri, 11/18/2011

your friday community calendar

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Community Calendar 11-4-2011

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Fri, 11/04/2011

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR
FRIDAY 04 November 2011
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Happy Friday! This is Margaret with your COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the action-packed fourth of November, 2011.

This evening in southeast Portland, you’re invited to an evening of Palestinian hip-hop . Portland State University’s Middle East Studies Center Film Series will host a screening of the documentary film Slingshot Hip Hop, followed by a discussion with its director, Jackie Reem Salloum. The event starts at 5:30 at the Salmon Street Studio, at 109 SE Salmon St.
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503-725-4074
http://oia.pdx.edu/spotlight/details/an_evening_of_palestinian_hip_hop/
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In other film-screening news, the University of Portland and the America21 Project will co-host a screening this evening of CNN’s controversial documentary Black in America: New Promised Land, Silicon Valley. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session focused on the development of an entrepreneurial ecosystem within urban sectors, especially in the Portland region. The event runs from 5:45 to 8:30 this evening in the Shiley Hall of Engineering boardroom at the University of Portland.
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http://blackinnovation.org
mike at blackinnovation DOT org
541-730-2164
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Also in North Portland this evening, the Center for Intercultural Organizing will host the latest in its series of First Friday gatherings. This evening will feature discussion on the recent wave of restrictive anti-immigrant laws across the country, with a special focus on the recent disaster passed in Alabama. A guest speaker will discuss organizing and advocacy in that state and ways that all of us can get involved to fight this unjust law. The event includes a potluck meal and runs from 6 to 9 pm at the CIO, up at 700 N Killingsworth.
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(503) 287-4117
interculturalorganizing dot org
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And if all that wasn’t enough, tonight is also the night the Clowns Without Borders come to town to bring hilarious, cutting edge , family-friendly vaudeville, magic, music, and the best of Portland's thriving new circus scene. This benefit show will raise funds for Clowns Without Borders to send teaching and performing groups to Haiti over the next year to work with thousands of children living in tent camps, as well as working with teachers and camp leaders there.
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503.975.6260
nomadictheatre at yahoo dot com
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Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia? Are you dealing with challenging behaviors and feeling depressed or anxious? STAR-C is a program that heps caregivers with strategies by working with them at home for eight weekly consulting sessions. For more information about this program, call 503-988-3620, extension 22020.
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Portland Free Skool is a non-hierarchical network of learners and teachers who seek to de-commercialize and de-institutionalize education. Free Skool is decentralized and exists wherever and whenever someone wants to teach something for free! If you’d like to teach a class, or if you’d like to learn more about current offerings, send an email to portlandfreeskool at gmail dot com.
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portlandfreeskool dot wordpress dot com
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For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!

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Community Calendar 10-21-2011

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Fri, 10/21/2011


KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR
FRIDAY 21 October  2011
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Happy Friday! This is Margaret with your COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the twenty-first of October, 2011.
          
First Harvest is a new new NEW craft community kitchen that combines two of Portland’s favorite things: collaborative space and cooking.  And First Harvest will celebrate its grand opening this evening witha pizza-making party and community meetup in honor of the first annual national Food Day. Drop in any time from 6 to 9 pm at First Harvest, located at  915 NE Alberta St.  in Porltand.
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jocelyn at kitchencommons dot net
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Also this evening in Portland, the Feminist Film Society invites you to their monthly screening and discussion.This month’s feature is the musical comedy  The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Movie starts at 7 at In Other Words, located at 14 NE Killingsworth in Portland.
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503-232-6003
info at inotherwords dot org
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Then tomorrow morning, Jobs with Justice is heading up a march from Portland to Vancouver to give these two communities a chance to stand up together for good jobs and no cuts to Social Security and Medicaid. You can join them in Portland at 11 AM the field just off of Northbound I-5 Exit 308, accessible by Tri-Met bus #6... or you can join the rally at noon at  Esther Short Park is at West 6th and Esther Streets in Downtown Vancouver.
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503-236-5573
jwjpdx dot org
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Also tomorrow! The East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District will host an awesome all-day community event called Water! 2011:explore • learn • save.  Workshop topics include    Planting Trees for Clean Rivers,  Biking Safely in the Rain, Sanitation After a Disaster, Why Portland Needs Groundwater, and many many more. No need to register: just show up between 10 and 3 at Humboldt School, up at 4915 N Gantenbein in Portland
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503-222-SOIL (7645)
emswcd dot org
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And tomorrow in Southeast Portland, Our Happy Block and Dapave invite you to a fun day in the dirt. These community organizations have been working all year to improve safety and liveability in their neghborhood, and tomorrow they’ll be planting native plants at the new green space at 8040 SE Woodstock. Volunteers of all ages are welcome, and Depave will provide all the necessary tools and gloves. Dress for the weather and show up any time after 9 am. Again, that’s at 8040 SE Woodstock in Portland.
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our.happy.block at gmail dot com
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Portland Free Skool is a non-hierarchical network of learners and teachers who seek to de-commercialize and de-institutionalize education.  Free Skool is decentralized and exists wherever and whenever someone wants to teach something for free! If you’d  like to teach a class, or if you’d like to learn more about current offerings, send an email to portlandfreeskool at gmail dot com.
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portlandfreeskool dot wordpress dot com
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For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!
 

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Community Calendar Friday 10-7

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Fri, 10/07/2011


Portland Free Skool is a non-hierarchical network of learners and teachers who seek to de-commercialize and de-institutionalize education.  Free Skool is decentralized and exists wherever and whenever someone wants to teach something for free! If you’d  like to teach a class, or if you’d like to learn more about current offerings, send an email to portlandfreeskool at gmail dot com.
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portlandfreeskool.wordpress.com
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Community Calendar Friday 09-16-2011

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Fri, 09/16/2011

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR
FRIDAY 16 September 2011
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Happy Friday! This is Margaret with your COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the sixteenth of September,2011.

This evening in Portland, join thousands of people in hundreds of cities in a rally for justice for Troy Davis, who is scheduled to be executed next week in Georgia. Davis has been on Death Row for over twenty years after being convicted on false testimony, and appeals for a new trial have been denied. Portland’s rally, cosponsored by Amnesty International and a coalition of local organizations, will be held from 5 to 8 pm in Pioneer Square, at SW 6th and Yamhill.
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www.troyanthonydavis.org/call-to-action.html
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Portland Free Skool is a non-hierarchical network of learners and teachers who seek to de-commercialize and de-institutionalize education. Free Skool is decentralized and exists wherever and whenever someone wants to teach something for free! If you’d like to teach a class, or if you’d like to learn more about current offerings, send an email to portlandfreeskool at gmail dot com.
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portlandfreeskool.wordpress.com
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This weekend, you can get excited about making and building stuff at the ADX Fabrication Fest! This three-day party, dedicated to building a community of thinkers and makers, features exhibits, workshops, and presentations on everything from welding to map-making to boat-building to industrial sewing. Get to know the local maker community, enjoy locally made treats, and learn all about how anything is possible if you have the right tools. It starts with a reception this evening at 6 and runs trhough Sunday at ADX, located at 417 SE 11th Avenue in Portland.
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info at adxportland dot com
503 915 4342
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Tomorrow morning, Saturday, you’re invited to a conference on Hunger and the Budget Crisis:
A Faith-based Call to Action. This conference will provide an overview of the devastating potential effects of current federal budget debates, which may undo decades of work to reduce poverty locally and globally. It will also launch a new advocacy action plan to reaffirm the idea that a budget is a moral document that represents the values of respect for human dignity and opportunity for all. It will run from 9 am to 1 pm tomorrow at Mercy Corps Global Headquarters, located at 45 SW Ankeny St in downtown Portland.
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information/ registration: Mike Hiland, breador at frontier dot com
1-888-752-7323 Ext 2
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Also tomorrow in Portland, a few hundred volunteers will take part in the Righteous, Super Awesome Fun Time, Help Port City Out Day. You can join them in painting the building that houses Port City’s programs dedicated to providing employment, training and community building opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. You can also help out with a few maintenance projects or work in the North Portland Farm community gardens across the street.
This all-day service party runs from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm at 2124 North Williams
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Phone: 503-236-9515 ext. 102
amilholland at portcitydevelopment dot org
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For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!

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Community Calendar Friday 09-09-2011

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Fri, 09/09/2011


KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR
FRIDAY 9 September  2011
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Happy Friday! This is Margaret with your COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the ninth of September,
2011. This promises to be a tremendous and action-packed weekend.
Consider kicking it off with a film screening presented by B-media and the Samo Lives  Gallery,
featuring shorts on the recent mural crackdown in Portland, people cycling against war, and the
downtown camping action pulled off this summer by Right2Survive. It starts at 8 pm at 3848 SE
Gladstone in Portland.
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503.662.2185
info at bmediacollective dot org
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Tomorrow morning, Saturday, you are cordially invited to the 8th annual  Peace and Justice Fair at
Esther Short Park  in Vancouver WA. Enjoy entertainment, information, exhibits, the adjacent
farmers market, and the opportunity to make connections. The park is located at 8th and Columbia
in Vancouver WA and the fair runs from 9 am to 4 pm.
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360-694-3703
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Tomorrow in Portland, you’re invited to an all-day Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation, and
Response training. Topics will include Leadership and Influence, Working with Spontaneous
Volunteers, and Psychological First Aid, all with the goals of realizing the ease at which we can
create community and lend our diverse skill sets to those in need when it matters most
Registration starts at 730 AM and the training runs from 8 AM to 6 PM at New Hope Community
Church, located at 11731 SE Stevens Rd in Portland.
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disastertraining dot eventbrite dot com
971-563-3051
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Tomorrow afternoon, the one and only Zenger Farm will host its first ever Harvest Festival.
The event will include fun and educational activities for families and is a
great way to celebrate food, farming and the changing seasons. The event is
free, but donations will be accepted and  there will be a small market with
Zenger Farm produce, honey and other goods. Bring your own picnic, or buy fabulous tamales from
Micromercantes .The party goes from 1 to 7 pm at the farm, which is located at 11741 SE Foster
Road in Portland.
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503.282.4245
zengerfarm dot org
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And tomorrow in Corvallis, Veterans For Peace and Corvallis Alternatives To War invite you to theor monthly  Second Saturdays Benefit Concert Series for a better world! This month’s concert will benefit  the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition and will  feature   a fun filled evening of music with singer John Swanson, pianist Suzannah Doyle, and surprise guests! It all goes down from 6-8 PM at the Sunnyside Up Cafe, located at 113 NW 3rd St. in  Corvallis.
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newlin at peak dot org
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Market Q - Farmer's Market
Sat, June 18, 9am – 2pm
Q Center Parking Lot
4115 N Mississippi Ave
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(503) 234-7837
logandlynn AT gmail DOT com
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For more information about any of the events mentioned on the calendar, call the KBOO front desk at (503) 231-8032 or check out the listings at kboo dot fm slash communitycalendar. You have just heard the KBOO Community Calendar on 90.7 fm Portland, 100.7 fm Corvallis and 91.9 fm Columbia Gorge. Thanks for listening to independent, non-commercial, volunteer- run radio, supported by listeners like you!

 

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