Events & Activities In November
NOVEMBER 1New OMSI exhibition features the life of Gengis Khan: Just open in late October, "The Life and Legacy of Genghis Khan" is now on view at OMSI through February 15, 2021. Guests can purchase tickets online at www.omsi.edu, via phone at 503/797-4000, or in person at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) on S.E. Water Street, on the east bank of the Willamette, just north of the Ross Island Bridge and under the Marquam Bridge. Exhibit admissions are currently limited to 25% of regular capacity with staggered entry times, which is why it is recommended that visitors purchase tickets online beforehand. Admission is free for OMSI Members – and included in General Admission for everyone else: Adults, $12; ages 3 to 13, $10; Seniors 63+, $8. OMSI is open Tuesday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and closed Monday except on PPS-observed Monday holidays.NOVEMBER 4
"Neighborhood goals" the focus of meeting tonight: At the Woodstock Neighborhood Association meeting tonight at 7, everyone is welcome for a discussion of neighborhood association goals – and there will also be discussion about collaboration with other nearby neighborhood associations, among other things. The meeting takes place virtually on Zoom – join in by clicking on the link for November 4 meeting under "Calendar" on the updated WNA website – >www.woodstockpdx.org
NOVEMBER 14Friends of Trees plantings in Sellwood, Eastmoreland, Woodstock: Get a tree of your very own today from nonprofit Friends of Trees, if you live in Sellwood, Eastmoreland, or Woodstock. Street trees are just $35 each – from a wide selection of city-approved trees, sourced from a dozen local wholesale tree farms. Each is six feet tall, with delivery, hole-digging, planting, and follow-up maintenance checks included. Volunteers welcome and needed. For details, go online to – www.friendsoftrees.org/get-a-tree
NOVEMBER 16Red Cross blood drive in Westmoreland: This afternoon, 2-7 p.m., the Red Cross returns to Westmoreland at Moreland Presbyterian Church, S.E. 19th at Bybee Boulevard, to take much-needed donations of blood. This has been a year of disasters, and the need for blood is great. Reservations are requested, but walk-ins are accommodated as possible. Consider giving blood today. NOVEMBER 18
Red Cross blood drive in the Reed neighborhood: Today, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Cleveland High School and the American Red Cross are hosting a blood drive in the Friendship Center of the Reedwood Friends Church, 2901 S.E. Steele Street, just north across the street from the Reed College campus. Reservations are requested, but walk-ins are accommodated as possible. Consider giving blood today.
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