EVENTS and Activities
Creston-Kenilworth Neighborhood Yard Sale: Today and tomorrow, it's the annual neighborhood Yard Sale by residents of the Creston-Kenilworth Yard neighborhood! Everyone welcome to browse and shop at locations around the neighborhood, starting at 9 a.m. each day. For more information, go online â€“ www.creston-kenilworth.org/cleanup
OCTOBER 3"Pet Blessing" this morning in Woodstock: Join us on this morning at 11 a.m. on the lawn of All Saints Episcopal Church, 4033 S.E. Woodstock Blvd.) for a special Pet Blessing. There will be treats for pets and their humans. Children can bring stuffed animals to be blessed, as well, if they wish. Free, and no obligation of any sort. Please wear masks, and observe physical distancing. More info online â€“ www.allsaintspdx.org â€“ all are welcome.
Creston-Kenilworth Neighborhood Assn. public Cleanup Day: Starting at 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. (or whenever the three dumpsters are full), offload your bulky trash for free â€“ but NO hazardous waste accepted! For a list of what can be accepted and what cannot, and further details, go online to â€“ www.creston-kenilworth.org/cleanup. The location is at the Tucker Maxon School, S.E. 28th Place at Holgate Boulevard.
Inner Southeast artists are opening their studios: Today and tomorrow this week, and again next weekend, as part of Portland Open Studios, Inner Southeast artists Lonnie Feather, Jim Miller, Laura Pritchard, Ketzia Schoneberg, and Gia Whitlock are among the artists inviting you to their studios for studio tours, demonstrations, and many hands-on opportunities. For more information, a list of all 100 participating artists, and this year's online tour guide, go online â€“ www.portlandopenstudios.com. Masks are required in all studios, and handwashing or sanitizing stations will be available at the entrance of all studios, and there may be limits on the numbers of visitors at any one time in any studio â€“ depending on studio size. and whether visitors are inside or outdoors. That's October 9, 10, 16 and 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
"Oregon Music Hall of Fame" inductions and concert: The 2021 induction ceremony, naming of the 2021 scholarship-winning students, and fundraising concert takes place this evening, 7 p.m., at the Aladdin Theater, 3017 S.E. Milwaukie Avenue, just south of Powell Boulevard, in the Brooklyn neighborhood. Inductees include: LaRhonda Steele, Lifeavas, Satan's Pilgrims, The Decembrists, Todd Snider, KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer, and saxophonist Renato Caranto. The Dandy Warhols have been voted Artist of the Year; and the Koonce-Ross-Fraser album "New American Blues" will be honored as Album of the Year. Gloria Johnson (KGON) and Steve Pringle (KINK) will receive awards in the "music industry" category. Heritage awards will go to big band leader Carl Smith, and Blues vocalist "Sweet Baby James" Benton. MC Tony Starlight will host the show. Tickets available at the Aladdin box office. OMHOF has had a statewide scholarship program in place since 2007. More information at â€“ OCTOBER>www.omhof.orgOCTOBER 29
Sellwood Community House "Monster March": The Sellwood Community House announces that, since the Moreland Monster March is off this year due to the pandemic, it intends to have its own, smaller, public "Monster March" today, 5:15-6:30 p.m. Details were not yet finalized when THE BEE went to press; check online for further details â€“ www.sellwoodcommunityhouse.org
OCTOBER 31Free Trunk or Treat on S.E. 73rd this afternoon: For not-so-scary fun and treats on this afternoon â€“ from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., in the Mt. Scott Park Presbyterian Church parking lot at S.E. 73rd and Harold Street. Visit decorated car trunks in the parking lot to gather surprises. Families will be socially-distanced, and faceÂ masks will be required. Call 503/771-7553 for more information, or if you would like space for your decorated car or bicycle.
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