The Weekender

    No matter the weather, your weekend forecast always looks promising when you live in Portland. This weekend is no different. Five ways to make it a good one below…

    Rain Garden 101 Workshop in East Portland

    A rain garden is a sunken garden bed that captures stormwater and allows it to soak back into the ground naturally. This workshop provides step-by-step details on how to plan, design and build your own rain garden. You’ll find out how to decide the best size & placement, which plants to choose, and how to maintainmore…

    Southwest Sunday Parkways

    Bid summer a fond farewell at this season’s Sunday Parkways finale. Activities, music, food, and vendors will be located in Gabriel Park, Multnomah Village, and Hillsdale Shopping Center.

    HH at The Bent Brick

    Lots of spots provide guests with salty, crunchy things, especially during happy hour. And if you like things that go crunch, you’ll be pleased to know that the folks at The Bent Brick skip the standard popcorn and peanuts and substitute in their stead preposterously affordable plates of fluffy salmon chips and bowls of popped and seasoned garbanzo, black and kidney beans. But, your best More…

    Kerns Neighborhood Sale!

    Multiple households—one day of sales! DaVinci is the hub with several sales on the blacktop. Other houses around the neighborhood too!  Maps of neighborhood sales will be available on that day. A sampling of what our neighbors have for sale:  tools, unopened Star Wars toys, furniture, bikes, kayak, pontoon boat, sporting equipment, musical instruments, more…

    Brunch at Harlow

    This Portland vegan brunch (as well as lunch and dinner) spot is bustling and bright. The cafe’s windows face north, allowing in a sunlight that’s even and steady, and the food’s bright too. The lemon poppy quinoa pancakes—you get three—tingle with a lemony zest that shines brightly through every bite, even when cut with maple syrup, blueberry compote and a milkless cashew cream. It’s certainly More…

     local love! 

    *Courtesy of neighborhoodnotes.com

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