Sept. 2021 Events
Community events calendar
Thursdays, Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 4-7pm
CULLY FARMERS MARKET
Location: 5011 NE 42nd Ave.
The market features affordable & healthy food, live music, crafts & activities for youths & adults.
Details: Facebook.com/cullyfarmersmarket, CullyFarmersMarket@gmail.com
Saturdays, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, 10am-2pm
WOODLAWN FARMERS MARKET
Location: Dekum Street & Durham Avenue
Check the website for vendor details. Again this year, the market matches SNAP benefits (i.e., food stamps) dollar for dollar to as much as $15 each market day.
Details: woodlawnfarmersmarket.org, Facebook.com/woodlawnneighborhoodfarmersmarket
Saturdays, Sept 4, 18, 1pm
Woodlawn Vernon Historic Walking Tours
Woodlawn neighborhood activist Anjala Ehelebe shares her local knowledge on these free tours. Former Woodlawn Neighborhood Association Land Use & Transportation Board chair, she recently helped found & now serves on the board of directors for North Star Village, & she authored “Images of America: Portland’s Woodlawn Neighborhood.” Space is limited.
Details: email@example.com, pre-registration required at vernonpdx.org
Saturday, Sept. 11, 2-8pm
5th Annual Kennedy School Oktoberfest Brewfest
Location: McMenamins Kennedy School
No matter your background, Kennedy School is promising a wundervoll time at its celebration. Music: Thomas Mudrick 2-4pm, Howlin’ Waters 5-8pm
Saturday, Sept. 11, 10am-2pm
9th Annual Portland Catio Tour
Location: In-person, virtual
A nearby Alameda neighborhood catio is on this year’s tour sponsored by the Audubon Society & the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon. This year’s tour offers an in-person look at nine metro catios, as well as a video version. Visit ConcordiaPDX.org/2021CatioTour for details about an Alameda entry in the tour.
Wednesdays, Sept. 15 & 29, 3-7pm
FREE Canoe & Kayak Rentals
Location: Whitaker Ponds, 7040 NE 47th Ave
Experience the wonders & wildlife of the slough up close with the new, free canoe & kayak rental program offered by Columbia Slough Watershed Council.
Thursday, Sept. 16, 4-6pm
Construction Career Fair
Location: St. Michaels Lutheran Church, 29th & Dekum
Opportunities are available for pre-apprenticeships leading to careers in the construction trades like carpentry, plumbing, electrical & other professions. Local organizations provide training & support: Walsh Construction, Portland Youth Builders, Constructing Hope & Portland Community College.
Saturdays, Sept. 18 & 25, 2-4pm
Location: 5209 NE 22nd Ave.
Sharon Seventh Day Adventist Church hosts the Food Pantry the last two Saturdays each month with restrictions & strict adherence to physical distancing procedures.
Details: sharonsda.net, office@SharonChurch.comcastbiz.net
Tuesday, Sept. 21
OMSI Science Pub
Location: McMenamins Kennedy School
The topic for this installment of the monthly event is to be determined. It’s open to everyone, no scientific background is required & OMSI invites you to bring your curiosity, sense of humor & appetite for food, drinks & knowledge. Suggested $5 donation goes to OMSI.
Sunday, Sept. 26, 4pm
SACRED HARP SINGING
Location: McMenamins Kennedy School Community Room
This is not a choir, & there are no auditions & no performances. Each session is composed of whomever attends, including every possible level of musical experience & ability–even those who were asked not to sing in their church choirs.
Thursday, Sept. 30
Location: Alberta Street & online
Street closures aren’t in the offing this summer, but planning is in progress for celebrating Last Thursdays.
Community calendar items
Admission to events is free unless otherwise noted. Priority is afforded to local events sponsored by – or which benefit – local nonprofit organizations. Submit information to CNewsEditor@ConcordiaPDX.org by the 10th of the month preceding the event.