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This is a meeting for the chairs to meet and discuss current projects, issues or needs. If you are not on this comittee please do NOT sign up or register.
This chairs committees presently meeting monthly on the first Tuesday at 2 pm for one hour.
Thanks to vaccines we will resume our neighborhood walks. We will visit sites in Boise- Eliot, with a special emphasis on those important to Portland‘s Black history. Lunch optional if we can find an outdoor place where we feel comfortable.
Meet in Dawson Park, N. Williams and N. Stanton, at the cupola.
Please register and email Peter your preferred phone number so that I can call you if there is inclement weather.
Membership Team meets on the second Monday of the month. This meeting is limited to the members of this team.
This interactive session will provide an overview of the activities and services offered by Northeast Village PDX to support older adults who wish to remain in their own homes and neighborhoods. Our village is a member-led community operating in Northeast Portland neighborhoods. During this COVID time, we observe safety measures while continuing to engage and serve members. We welcome new members and volunteers.
Please register to get the Zoom link.
Gov Co meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month. All members and volunteers are welcome to attend.
Please RSVP by selecting the "Register Now" button. You will receive an email with Zoom link and password.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO REGISTER.
Eastside Village invites you to join the conversation! Give "cheers" and "À votre santé" to Eastside Villagers who share their art work and ambitions with others. This month they welcome Jana Demartini, as she escorts us through her art at the Blackfish Gallery.
Please, register to receive the ZOOM link in your email.
Join Viva Village for small group conversations exploring topics of interest to older adults. There are new thought-provoking topics each session!
"When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting and less scary." - Fred Rogers
Contact Viva Village at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 746-5082 with any other concerns or needs.
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Master gardener Kris LaMar will talk about the challenges and joys of gardens in a small space–which plants to include and which ones to avoid. Kris has been a Master Gardener and Master Recycler for eight years. She is especially interested in soil, soil microbes, nutrients, and composting–all relevant to both gardening and recycling. She took these two training programs after retiring and moving with her husband to an acre in Clackamas County, where plant stewardship was new to her. Before retiring from the Multnomah County Circuit Court bench in 2009, she lived in Downtown Portland, with little opportunity to garden except in containers.
Contact Viva Village at email@example.com or (503) 746-5082 for the meeting link.
The movie group continues its lively discussions, meeting the third Wednesday of each month via Zoom. We encourage you to join us, share your thoughts about the films we see, and suggest films that should be next on our viewing schedule. Led by Dorothy Cox & Stephanie Sameh
April movies: Grand Budapest Hotel and Night on Earth. Both movies are on Prime Video.
Reservation required: RSVP by selecting "Register Now" button. You will receive an email with Zoom link and password. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO REGISTER. We have set up a GoogleGroup to stay in touch with each other. If you would like to be added to the group, please email Ruth Romer at firstname.lastname@example.org. The GoogleGroup shows our viewing choices for the month, or you may send an email to Dorothy at email@example.com. If you have not yet joined the GoogleGroup but would like to attend, please contact the NEV Office at 503-895-2750.
ZOOM via link from Janet Liu firstname.lastname@example.org
River West Villager Janet Liu will lead a discussion to share her perpsectives on Asian-Americans and their history: "I am an Asian American. I moved to America with my family from Taiwan when I was still a child. I am 1.5 generation. My parents are 1st generation. My daughter, who was born here, is 2nd generation. I am bi-cultural and operate comfortably in both cultures. My Chinese friends say I‘m pretty Americanized. My American friends are those who accept other cultures. "How do I feel about the massacre of Asian-Americans in Atlanta? I‘ve been reflecting. I don‘t feel that fearful about it. Maybe it‘s because the latest comes after a year of violence on Asian-Americans since the beginning of COVID; and inflamed by a President who scorned Asian-Americans. Maybe it‘s because this time the public outrage against the violence is so great and so many public officials and social organizations have condemned the hate crimes. ..... (and more) -Janet Liu
For the Zoom link to this event, please contact Janet Liu at email@example.com.
Although the group is at capacity at this time, please contact the Village Office if you would be interested in forming or joining a new circle.
This Circle consists of NEV members and volunteers who live in Rose City Park, Roseway, Cully and other NE neighborhoods. We have been meeting regularly for a couple of years. We usually meet once a month at 2 pm on the 2nd to last Friday of the month.
RSVP by selecting "Register Now" button here. You will receive an email with NEV Zoom link and password.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO REGISTER.
Inspired by Sheryl Atkinson‘s book Slanted, join for a discussion on journalistic standards, whether they‘ve changed (and how), where the profession is headed, and how the public can successfully navigate the many news venues of the 21st Century. Our guest speaker for this event is Nancy Townsley, an essayist, longtime newspaper journalist, and a marathoner who lives on a floating home in the Multnomah Channel west of Portland. Her work-in-progress, Sunshine Girl, is a roman à clef about a journalist-turned-activist in a time of devalued news. In her 35-year-career as a community newspaper reporter and editor, Nancy earned numerous statewide awards for writing and editorial work from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.
NEV‘s Book Group 2 meets most months on the fourth Wednesday to discuss the book we voted at the last meeting (alternately fiction & non-fiction). Someday we’ll fill our living rooms, but for now held via NEV‘s Zoom teleconferencing account using your computer/tablet/smartphone. Register using "Register Now" button and you’ll get an e-mail with Zoom link and password. Discuss the book for first 60-75 min. (depending on how many attendees), then extend the chosen books scheduled for following months, then finalize the next meeting.
Book for this discussion: "Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents" by Isabel Wilkerson, 2020, nonfiction.
Register using "Register Now" button and you’ll get an e-mail with Zoom link and password.