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JUNE 12

Open air ballet performances, free, in Eastmoreland: Sellwood's Classical Ballet Academy is inaugurating an "Open Air Performance Series" today, from noon until 7 p.m., on eight open-air stages set up along S.E. Reed College Place in Eastmoreland between Tolman Street and Bybee Boulevard. Dancers age 3 to 18 will be presenting excerpts from eight famous classical ballets – Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Alice in Wonderland, Don Quixote, Coppelia, The Firebird, Cinderella, and Snow White – until 5:30 p.m.; and then contemporary choreography will be presented to music of famous composers from 6 till 7:30 p.m. The southbound side of Reed College Place will be closed to vehicles during this time, so community members can travel between the stages to enjoy the free mini performances. Free, but a small donation would be welcome, to support the performances. JULY 3

Historic Sellwood Walking Tour today: Neighborhood historian and BEE writer Eileen Fitzsimons will be leading two walking tours of Sellwood this summer. The first one – highlighting the early history of Sellwood – is today, Saturday, July 3, 10 a.m. until noon. Due to COVID-19 precautions, groups will be smaller than in the past. Eileen will share information about the history of the neighborhood as reflected in its street patterns and buildings. The tour is under the aegis of The Architectural Heritage Center, which has dozens of other walking tours all over the city, iincluding in the Garthwick community. To register for this one, and to learn more, go online – www.visitahc.org

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