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Our calendar of events for Southeast nonprofits is still a little sparse -- don't forget to tell us about yours!

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 – https://tinyurl.com/59thBPSA – or you can e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

MAY 28

Today and tomorrow, enjoy a downsized Multnomah County Fair: Social distancing has downsized the Fair this year – which is still on Memorial Day weekend at Oaks Park in Sellwood – and now it is contained in only the amusement park's Dance Pavilion, and the usual three days have been cut to two. (Hopefully next year, the full Fair will be restored.) You are warmly invited to visit the Fair this year, but you must get a free ticket to it for each attendee IN ADVANCE, online, at – http://www.oakspark.com – because the number of people attending at any given time is strictly controlled per COVID-19 guidelines. And, for more details about this year's fair itself, visit – http://www.multcofair.org

IF YOU HAVE A NONPROFIT ACTIVITY COMING UP FOR THE PUBLIC TO ATTEND, DON'T FORGET TO TELL THE BEE ABOUT IT!


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