Category: Events

Two Great Woodstock Farmer’s Market Events!

Woodstock Farmers Market’s Halloween CarnivalOctober 2610:00am – 2:00pm4600 SE Woodstock Blvd (KeyBank parking lot)www.woodstockmarketpdx.cominfo@woodstockmarketpdx.com971-208-5522Cost: FreeAges: All Join the popular Woodstock Farmers Market for our third annual Halloween Carnival. Bring the whole family for live music from Tallulah’s Daddy, face painting, trick-or-treating with vendors and neighborhood businesses, crafts, a toddler playground,… Read More»

Neighborhood Nap Day

Saturday Sept. 6th, 2–6 pm SE Reedway–Ramona Alley, between 57th and 60th How often do you get time to think and daydream? Yet, arguably, idleness — and the time it affords one to reset and think — is critical for a democratic society. In this effort to “distribute leisure” to… Read More»

Represent Historic Landmark Preservation – July 31, 2014 at 2pm!

The Portland Historic Landmarks Commission (PHLC) will be presenting their State of the City Preservation Report 2014 to City Council July 31st. A key priority for the PHLC and focus of the presentation will be protection and prevention of loss in our residential neighborhoods. Several organizations and individuals will be… Read More»

SE Portland Showdown: Neighborhood Kickball Tourney!

Hats off to Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association for taking the lead on organizing this all-ages, all-for-fun kickball tournament for six Southeast neighborhoods with the help of a SE Uplift Creative Engagement Grant. Woodstock kicks it off July 19th in Game #1 against Creston-Kenilworth. This family-friendly tournament promises to be loads… Read More»

What’s going on? C’mon out on July 2nd and find out.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014WOODSTOCK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETING7:00 pm at the Woodstock Community Center(Doors open at 6:30 for pre-meeting socializing)  WNA’s general meeting, held once monthly on the first Wednesday of each month, is a great place to meet people, find out what’s going on in Woodstock, and how you can… Read More»

Worth a Thousand Words

Shelly Keach fills hypertufa pots with sedums for the annual Woodstock Plant Sale. These sold out in record time last year… Perhaps the fact that the sale falls on the day before Mothers Day has something to do with that.

May 7th Meeting is Annual WNA Board Election

We’re lining up some extra goodies to entice neighbors to our May 7th neighborhood meeting…Thank you Cloud City! Doors open at 6:00 pm. Feel free to come for the social hour, even if you can’t stay for the meeting, which starts at 7:00. This is the time of year we… Read More»

WNA Land Use Committee meets Wednesday, April 9

Reminder! The April Land Use Committee meeting is scheduled for this coming Wednesday at 7:00 pm at the Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd Ave at Knight Street. Time is running short for input on Portland’s proposed Comprehensive Plan, and this is the first chance the committee has to meet… Read More»

Block Party Ho!

At WNA’s April 2nd meeting, Southeast Crime Prevention Coordinator Katherine Anderson passed around the basic info for organizing block parties, and in a followup email (after checking with Kalise Gregory at the Portland Bureau of Transportation on this question), she confirmed that people can apply for block parties in an… Read More»