The National Weather Service forecast for the evening of Tuesday, January 22, 2013, shows gusting winds with wind chill in the mid-twenties to the low-twenties between 11 PM tonight and 11 AM tomorrow. The forecast also calls for possible freezing rain after midnight and into the early morning. Anyone seeking… Read More»
The minutes from WNA’s first meeting of the year, held Wed., Jan. 2nd, have been uploaded to Google docs. To read the minutes, click here. A few highlights: Neighbor Robert Moseley brought news that Anna Hirsch, long-time neighborhood resident, is in a care home at 5017 SE 45th Avenue… Read More»
WNA Land Use Committee MeetingThursday, December 13, 2012 at 7PMBasement of the Woodstock Community CenterAll Woodstock residents welcome! DRAFT AGENDA: 7:00–7:20 — Marc Gaudin of The Joinery will present a master plan for extending the whole of The Joinery building out to SE Woodstock Blvd. This will necessitate applying for… Read More»
PLEASE HELP!December 8th and December 15thWant to help? Please contact Terri at firstname.lastname@example.org
Woodstock Neighborhood Association’s monthly general meeting is this coming Wednesday, December 5th, at 7:00 pm, at the Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd Avenue. WNA’s Sustainability Committee meets at the same location at 6:00pm. Both meetings are open to the public. Remember, if you live in Woodstock neighborhood, you are… Read More»
WNA is one of the many community sponsors of the third annual Feast for Southeast, an incredible community Thanksgiving event. Read the complete story on SE Uplift’s blog.
As of today there are 15 seats left in the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District’s FREE Rain Garden Workshop scheduled for Saturday, December 1st, 9am–1pm at the Woodstock Community Center. If you’re interested but can’t make that date, check out EMSWCD’s other offerings, including Site Planning 1 &… Read More»
Friend’s of Trees Woodstock Planting is coming up on Saturday, December 8th! FREE TREES! It’s going to be a historic year for Woodstock because we are getting free street trees this season only. Friends of Trees has almost 190 trees ordered for the planting already with another 10 days to go… Read More»