Happy spring, there’s a lot of good community events going on around the neighborhood. And if you know of any reoccurring events that you’d like to have promoted… please let me know!
I’m excited to learn more about the neighborhood and learn what makes Brentwood-Darlington such a great place to live, and also what its challenges are.
If you have a story about yourself, organization, or even small business… also let me know!
There’s a plant sale today at Community Transition Program at Green Thumb.
I couldn’t find much about the program online, but when I rode around the neighborhood last week this place definitely attracted my attention. I’m curious to learn more!
6801 SE 60th Ave * 10 am – 2 pm
The Lents Community Pet Parade is Saturday! It’s open for anyone, with a few safety considerations, of course. For more info go here.
Boys and Girls Club, 9330 SE Harold St * 11 am – 2 pm
“We are taking the archives on the road and traveling to neighborhood libraries. Drop by and learn what you can find in the City’s collections and how you can do your own research. City archivists are ready to answer questions and get you started on your research projects. Even if you don’t have any specific questions, stop by to look at historic photos from the surrounding neighborhoods.
First come, first served.”
The Blue Room Bar, 8145 SE 82nd Ave * 8 pm – 11 pm * free
Sunday is Mothers Day, and it’s supposed to be in the 80s.
Montavilla Farmers Market, 7700 block of SE Stark St * 10 am – 2 pm
In Lents, brunch is served:
“The Zoigl-Chefs would like to invite you to a super special brunch in honor of all moms! And the best part?? A free Beermosa for every mom!
From 11 am-3 pm on Sunday, May 13th we’ll be featuring a special brunch menu (regular menu also available!) Every mom gets a Beermosa on the house (with purchase of entree).”
Crab Cakes w/ Roasted Potatoes, Asparagus and Lemon Aioli
Pesto Spatzle W/ Smoked Chicken and Parmesan
Veggie Frittata w/ Arugula Salad