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Here are the new Events and Activities of nonprofit organizations that THE BEE has been informed about

OCTOBER 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 – www.sellwoodcommunityhouse.org

OCTOBER 30

Annual Fall Bazaar, Bake Sale, and Raffle: Today from 9 to 6, and tomorrow from 9 till 3, the annual St. Anthony of Padua Church "Fall Bazaar, Bake Sale, and Raffle" takes place at the church, 3720 S.E. 79th Avenue, two blocks south of Powell, open to everyone! For inquiries, and participation in the event, call 503/504-1204, or e-mail – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

OCTOBER 31 Free Trunk or Treat on S.E. 73rd this afternoon: For not-so-scary fun and treats on this afternoon – 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 face masks will be required. Call 503/771-7553 for more information, or if you would like space for your decorated car or bicycle. Oaks Park ends late summer season with fireworks tonight: For the last week, nonprofit Oaks Amusement Park in Sellwood has been opening its midway day and evening each day to climax its summer season, with extra Hallowe'en attractions in addition to all the regular rides and features. Today, Hallowe'en itself, will be the last day of the summer season, and it will end this evening with a fireworks show beside the Willamette River. More information, and ticket purchasing, is online at – NOVEMBER>www.oakspark.com NOVEMBER 21 "Byron, Bon, and Brandenburg" concert at Reed College: Byron Schenkman is spotlighted in a harpsichord and flute concert featuring music by Johann Sebastian Bach and Anna Bon, with the Portland Baroque Orchestra's Janet See playing the flute. On the Reed College campus, in Kaul Auditorium. Tickets and directions available at www.pbo.org, or telephone: 503/222-6000.

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