Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.



The Events and Activities for April include many that could be postponed or canceled; check before going!

NOTE: Events in this listing are subject to change, in this fast-moving coronavirus situation. You might want to confirm events with the organizers, before making the trip. These had NOT been reported to us as canceled, as of the time this issue of THE BEE went to press.


St Philip Neri Church's rummage sale today and tomorrow: The annual fundraising rummage sale at St. Neri Catholic Church will be today and tomorrow, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. The sale is in the church's Carvlin Hall, S.E. 16th and Division Street. "Kitchen items, books, home décor, and lots, lots more."


Silent Auction to benefit Grout Elementary tonight: Grout Elementary School's fourth annual auction takes place this evening, 6-9 p.m., at Oaks Amusement Park in Sellwood – in the Pavilion. It's a 21+ event with food, drink, and lots of items on the "silent auction block". The school's playing field is a well-used destination, and this fundraiser will improve that outdoor recreational space. For more information, and to buy tickets, go online –


Palm Sunday service at Moreland Presbyterian: At 9:30 am this morning, attend a celebratory service commemorating Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem. All ages are invited to join in the procession of palms to begin the service. S.E. 18th at Bybee Boulevard.

"Ukulele Open Mic" at Artichoke Music: Nonprofit Artichoke Music, 2007 S.E. Powell Boulevard, offers a "Ukulele Open Mic" this afternoon, 2-4 p.m., "all levels welcome". Hosted by Avery Hill, Director of "Song By Song", participants represent a variety of ukulele communities around the Portland metro area. Individuals and small groups are invited to sign up by e-mail for a slot ahead of time – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. – or, on the spot that day, if there is still space. Tickets are $10 to attend – available at the door, or online –

Woodstock Community Church opens doors: Woodstock Community Church is a new church, and invites you to its services on today and every Sunday at 5 p.m. People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. Currently meeting at 4937 S.E. Woodstock Boulevard, at the Chinese Presbyterian Church (diagonally across the street from the

Woodstock Branch Library). For more information, go online – APRIL> APRIL 9

Moreland Presbyterian "Maundy Thursday" dinner: Moreland Presbyterian Church offers a "Meal-around-a-worship-experience" at 6 p.m. This gathering is family-oriented dinner and service in the Fellowship Hall. S.E. Bybee Boulevard at 18th.

APRIL 10 Good Friday observance at Moreland Presbyterian Church: At 6 p.m. this evening everyone is welcome for a 'Taizé meditation on "Love Crucified'" in the Sanctuary. "Taizé is a reflective, peaceful experience by candlelight, centered on simple, contemplative sung prayers balanced with scripture readings and extended silence. This service is ideal for people from any religious tradition." S.E. Bybee Boulevard at 18th.


Moreland Presbyterian Easter Sunday Services: For Easter Sunday, we are offering two worship celebrations of "Love Resurrected" in our Sanctuary, at 8:30 am & 10:30 am. Both services will feature special music from the Chancel Choir, Bells, and an Intergenerational Easter Choir, as well as brass & percussion. Coffee & refreshments will be served between services in our Fellowship Hall. "Come as you are…all are welcome".


"Laundry Love" for those in need: Today Woodstock Community Church and Woodstock Laundry are partnering together to provide a "Laundry Love" service. From 9 to 11 a.m. they are offering two free loads of laundry for low and no-income individuals and families. For more about "Laundry Love" go online – APRIL> APRIL 24

Benefit rummage sale on S.E. Steele: "Shop for a cause" at Brooklyn's Cooperative Preschool's annual rummage sale, both today and tomorrow, 9 to 3 both days, in the Reedwood Friends Church basement, 2901 S.E. Steele Street, just north of the Reed College campus. Books, household items, tools, clothes and shoes, furniture, baby gear, toys, and more. Proceeds benefit Brooklyn Cooperative Preschool, a 503c3 nonprofit – and donations to the sale are tax deductible. For more information, e-mail – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Free "Ladies Night Out" in Woodstock: This evening from 6 to 9 p.m., Woodstock Community Church invites all women to a free Ladies' Night Out. Dinner is provided. "We will enjoy a group canvas painting project, hear personal stories of fellow Christian women, and worship together through music." RSVP online – – to provide a headcount for food, and to allow needed dietary accommodations.

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