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1 February 2018 - 28 February 2018
Feb 1 Thu
On the First Thursday of every month, admission to theBurke Museum is FREE and museum is open until 8 p.m. Some come check out themuseum!
Feb 2 Fri
On the First Thursday of every month, admission to theBurke Museum is FREE and museum is open until 8 p.m. Some come check out themuseum!
?The Muslim Educational Trust is partnering with Job Connection, Good will’sFREE community job search and referral designed to help individuals find a jobthat fits their needs and abilities. Come prepared for possible interviews withemployers.
“PRICEDOUT”: 15 years of gentrification in Portland, Oregon. An independentdocumentary. With director, Cornelius Swart. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Do you like to act? Then join us for a Readers’Theatre, which requires NO memorization, costumes, blocking or speciallighting. Participants read from a “SCRIPT” and reading parts are divided amongthe group.
Feb 3 Sat
ABlack Business Pop-Up Market Place to buy, sell, and identify black-ownedbusinesses.
:Please join Senator Wyden for his 2018 Multnomah County Town Hall Meeting.Parking is limited. Please consider carpooling or taking public transit ifpossible.
TheClark College Dental Hygiene Program will hold a free Children’s Dental Clinic.Services will include cleaning, sealants, xrays, doctor’s exams, fluoride, andselect emergency treatments for children ages 18 and under. Appointments can bescheduled by calling the Dental Hygiene Business Office at 360-992-2158.
The Seattle Bike Swap is a bargain hunter’s paradise.This huge garage sale will have great deals on new and used bikes and bikerelated goods of all types and sizes. 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Admission is $5.00member, $7.00 non-members, kids 15 and younger are free.
This FREE Conference will focus on staying safe,exploring respite and home care, Panel: Making the move to residential care.This free conference is also to provide tools and encouragement for familycaregivers caring for loved ones with dementia.

: Fire Station 1 – 10a.m. – noon. Flagraising ceremony, followed by tours, Fire Station 2 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Guestspeakers, Peace Pole dedication, Flag raising ceremony, push in of the FireEngine, cake cutting and refreshments. Fire Station 1, 2607 Main St. Vancouver,WA Fire Station 2, 2106 Norris Rd. Vancouver, WA

Feb 7 Wed
This event features guitar and piano performances bySPU music faculty members Julian Catford and Don Kramlich. Musical selectionsperformed will range from swing and bossa nova in this Celebration of Jazz.This is a FREE concert for the public to enjoy.
Feb 8 Thu
Travel the world in a day! Culturefest is a two-dayevent that celebrates the diversity and talent that international studentsbring to our campus and our region! 10:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. Both days!
Feb 9 Fri
Travel the world in a day! Culturefest is a two-dayevent that celebrates the diversity and talent that international studentsbring to our campus and our region! 10:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. Both days!
Feb 10 Sat

! Seattle Department of Neighborhoods invites all Seattle residents tocelebrate Neighbor Day by indulging in random acts of kindness throughout theSeattle area.

Windermere Real Estate and Guild Mortgage Company havepartnered with the Washington Housing & Finance Commission to helphomebuyers understand both the down payment assistance loan programs and taxcredits available to them. The seminars are free and we welcome yourattendance. Please join us!
SEIMale Leadership Program hosts an opportunity for African-American males toserve their community through a series of service projects.
Celebrate Lunar New Year with a full day of activitiesfor the whole family! A lion dance will bless The Wing Museum with theirvibrant and energetic spirit from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Then take a passportjourney through the museum, create crafts, learn about the Zodiac with astuffed animal petting zoo, win prizes and much more!
Feb 11 Sun

! Seattle Department of Neighborhoods invites all Seattle residents tocelebrate Neighbor Day by indulging in random acts of kindness throughout theSeattle area.

Celebrate Lunar New Year with a full day of activitiesfor the whole family! A lion dance will bless The Wing Museum with theirvibrant and energetic spirit from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Then take a passportjourney through the museum, create crafts, learn about the Zodiac with astuffed animal petting zoo, win prizes and much more!
Alimited number of tickets will be sold, so get them in advance in our gift shopor call 503-540-0374 for will call arrangements. Event includes: Unlimited carouselrides, Valentine crafts & activities, cookie decorating (while supplieslast), Cupid bingo, Valentine photo booth. 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Admission is $5.00per person, children under 3 are free!
: Ring in the New Year of the Dog at this massiveLunar New Year celebration that showcases the diversity, richness of the Asiacommunity.
:Event attendees will be able to learn about the connections between the CivilRights movement of the 1960s/1970s. Panelists will discuss how things havechanged, how they have stayed the same. Free and open to the public.
Feb 14 Wed
!Celebrate Oregon’s 159th birthday in style at the Oregon HistoricalSociety: Guest speakers, OHS Executive Director Kerry Tymchuck for aconversation with recent Oregon Supreme Court Appointee Justice AdrienneNelson, the first African-American in Oregon history to serve on the highcourt. Musical performances, birthday cake, admission is free all day long.
Feb 15 Thu
!Celebrate Oregon’s 159th birthday in style at the Oregon HistoricalSociety: Guest speakers, OHS Executive Director Kerry Tymchuck for aconversation with recent Oregon Supreme Court Appointee Justice AdrienneNelson, the first African-American in Oregon history to serve on the highcourt. Musical performances, birthday cake, admission is free all day long.
Pleasejoin us for the next Humboldt Neighborhood meeting. There is time allotted fordiscussion & planning of Next Steps in discussing the naming of publicbuildings and also to discuss JHS.
Feb 16 Fri
:Public lecture by Myria Georgia, from the London School of Economics. What kindof subjects does the digital city produce? And what difference does digitallife make to the city: Find out the answers to these questions and moreinformation at this free lecture.
The Neighborhood Matching Fund, a program of SeattleDepartment of Neighborhoods is hosting a workshop for those interested inapplying to the fund. This is for Neighborhoods and community groups that areinterested.
Feb 17 Sat
MoPop’s premier 21 and under battle of the bandssupports the local music scene by giving artists of all backgrounds theopportunity to showcase orginal music. The winning band from each semifinalwill progress to the Finals on Saturday March 3. Admission is $9.00 members,$10.00 students with ID, $14.00 general admission.
There’s always something happening at the RentonHistory Museum. The museum offers changing exhibits, programs, publications andevents to share Renton’s stories, past and present. $7
KIDFESTIS THE Northwest’s largest family Expo with entertainment stages, sportscourts, inflatable fun zones and so much more. An affordable day for the wholefamily.
:After a short potluck, the business meeting will begin and guest will speak. Welook forward to seeing you! All are welcome to the monthly meeting!
:To celebrate the Lunar New Year, The Portland Chinatown History Foundation andthe OHS present the third annual Dragon Dance and Parade from Chinatown toOregon Historical Society. Join us at the start of the parade route on NW Davisand 3rd St. for fireworks and Lion Dances and much more.
Feb 18 Sun
KIDFESTIS THE Northwest’s largest family Expo with entertainment stages, sportscourts, inflatable fun zones and so much more. An affordable day for the wholefamily.
Feb 19 Mon
KIDFESTIS THE Northwest’s largest family Expo with entertainment stages, sportscourts, inflatable fun zones and so much more. An affordable day for the wholefamily.
Bringyour listening ears and be ready for a real treat, New Season’s Market staffreading stories every Monday in our Deli seating area.
Feb 24 Sat
Visitors will receive a first - hand look at theReggio Emilia approach to education which provides visibility to the values ofits experience.
: Are you interested in learning about birding? JoinNaturalist Ed Dominquez for a casual birding experience aimed at beginning andintermediate birders. We start off by filling our cups with hot tea or coffeeand a donut! Cost is $7.00 ages 8 and older.

President Jo Ann Hardesty and executiveleadership will provide updates and current and future initiatives. This is anopportunity to connect with Portland NAACP’s work in advancing racial justicein the community. 

Feb 25 Sun
WorldStage Theater hosts the Annual Unity Gala featuring keynote speaker, JemeleHill, Co –Host of ESPN SC6. Visit the best vendors and organizations in thecommunity marketplace.
KappaDelta Pi and the University of Portland Education and Outreach Center will behosting this free event. Each child will receive one free book upon attendanceas well as a day full of discovery in different kinds of fields. This is a Freecommunity event.
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