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Here are the Events and Activities we have been notified of, slated for the month of April in Southeast

APRIL 1 Dinosaurs return to OMSI, thru the summer: Now through September 6, the popular "Dinosaurs Revealed" exhibit has returned to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) just north of the Ross Island Bridge, on the Willamette River's east bank on S.E. Water Avenue. Until crowd-size restrictions for the pandemic are relaxed in Oregon, tickets will only be sold online, to control the number of people in the museum at any given time. For details, hours, and tickets, consult the website – www.omsi.edu

APRIL 4

Easter Sunday Services at Moreland Presbyterian: This morning at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., in the Moreland Presbyterian Church parking lot at 1814 S.E. Bybee Boulevard, two in-person and physically-distanced celebrations of Love resurrected will take place, accompanied by the chancel choir and brass. Spaces for up to six people in quarantine groups available (pre-registration and masks for all in attendance required). Come as you are. ALL are welcome! The 11 a.m. service will also be live-streamed on Facebook. For more information visit – www.morelandpres.org

APRIL 12

Portland Chamber Orchestra concert set for today: This afternoon at 3 p.m. is the announced date for a Mozart concert by the Portland Chamber Orchestra in Kaul Auditorium on the Reed College Campus, just north of Woodstock Boulevard and east of 28th. Featured is Hanami Froom, an award-winning 12-year-old violinist, who started playing the violin at age 2! Since, at the deadline for this issue, the Reed Campus is still closed to the public, you may want to verify with the orchestra or with Reed College that the concert is still slated to go on today. THE BEE has not received any cancellation notice.

APRIL 23

Woodstock Plant Sale 2021 starts today: The annual Woodstock Neighborhood Plant Sale starts today and continues through mid-May by appointment only. The sale, which funds routine maintenance at the Woodstock Community Center, includes perennials, herbs, vegetable starts, ground covers, succulents, ornamental grasses, houseplants, and shrubs. To set up an appointment to see the selection or for more information, contact Sandy Profeta at 503/771 or e-mail – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

MAY 2

Public info session for new scouting group: A new traditional scouting group is forming through Sellwood Community House, and you're invited to drop in to the open house. Visit the "59th Johnson Creek Scouting Interest Group" on Sunday, May 2nd, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sellwood Community House's outdoor pavilion, 1436 S.E. Spokane Street. "Fun activities for all ages, and information on upcoming outdoor events planned for this summer. The Baden-Powell Service Association offers a community-oriented traditional scouting program for youth and adults of all genders in the United States. There is no religious requirement, and the groups are independent from sponsoring organizations – simply offering the experience of scouting to anyone who wishes to join." For more information, go online – tinyurl.com/59thBPSA – or you can e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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