Ballots are due for this election on Nov 4. It’s too late to mail your ballot, but you can drop it off at any of the locations listed here.
If you’ve lost your ballot, you can still get a replacement ballot at Multnomah County Elections Building (1040 SE Morrison St) and vote— even on Tuesday.
At the Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association meeting this week, there was a presentation from organization Enough is Enough PDX, Q&A session with Leah Fisher from Southeast Uplift, and a discussion on the NA’s work plan and action stream.
In early September, supporter of the campaign Angela Todd spoke about their concerns on Lars Larson Show.
Tonight! From 3 pm – 7 pm, The Dime Store (82nd & Holgate) is hosting a pizza block party for the customers and the Lents community. They’re new to the neighborhood and want to do what they can to get involved.
There will be four vendors from cannabis retailers, a live DJ, and $1 joints. Come say hello!
Karaoke four nights a week at the Eagle Eye Tavern.
5836 SE 92nd Ave * 9 pm – close
Autumn Fungi at Leach Botanical Garden (event):
“Explore these amazing beings with instructor Gradey Proctor. You’ll learn some basic mushroom anatomy, and a few of the major genera in our region. Then stroll through the Garden to see what’s up and fruiting, evidence of the vast interconnections beneath our feet. Come away with some useful identification tips, harvesting and cooking advice, and much more.”
Leach Botanical Garden, 6704 SE 122nd Ave * 2 pm – 5 pm * $25
Mill Park Neighborhood Clean-up and Winter Supply Drive:
“Meet at 9am to volunteer and pick up litter on 122nd Ave from Division to Stark. Supplies and refreshments will be provided! Register at: www.solveoregon.org
Drop off donations anytime from 9am – 12pm. New or used: coats, scarves, hats, gloves, socks. New only: toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, deodorant, and other personal hygiene items.”
Lents International Farmers Market:
“Portland’s only internationally focused market, LIFM provides fresh, affordable, and culturally unique produce to the diverse Lents community and offers farm-direct sales opportunities for immigrant, emerging farmers, and new business owners. In addition to standard market produce, the market features a variety of unique fresh produce from Hmong, Latino, & Russian farmers.”
The market is held every Sunday until Nov 18th.
SE 92nd and Reedway between Foster and Harold * 9 am – 2 pm
“Take this opportunity to learn about traditional Native American food plants like huckleberry, cedar, sweetgrass and other plants used for basketry and medicine.
This presentation is delivered by Stephanie Craig, Santiam and Yoncalla Kalapuya tribal member.”
Midland Library, 805 SE 122nd Ave * 2 pm – 4 pm
“The 46th season of the Oregon Sinfonietta offers the following opportunities to experience the orchestra’s lively performances with outstanding soloists under the baton of Dr. Donald L. Appert. The concerts are free and open to the public…”
Sunday performance is “Symphony No. 4 in G Major”.
Sunnyside Seventh-day Adventist Church, 10501 SE Market St * 3 pm