A one-day workshop with Buddhist scholar, global activist, and author Joanna Macy.
Pre Eclipse Summer Potluck at Mount Tabor EAST Picnic Area, facing Mount Hood. Enter the Park from SE Belmont or Yamhill & 69th and go left on SE East Tabor Drive. Look for our signs and prayer flags to the left. Bring a veg/vegan dish to share, and a friend. Musical instruments and leashed four-legged buddies are welcome, too!
Brown Bags is coming up, Friday, July 14. Everyone needs to eat, right? Everyone. No questions, no judgement – just food. Come lend a hand on Brown Bag Day. We make 100-150 nourishing lunches so anyone we meet who's hungry has a good meal that day. Simple.
Our annual Interdependence Picnic Celebration is July 4, 5:30-8:00 pm, at Laurelhurst Park, Picnic Area B. Bring a veg/vegan dish to share, your own plate & flatware and join us! (Click for details.)
A community potluck to connect with friends and new folks over great potluck meal. After supper we'll reflect on the painful events that have rattled our hearts and our city in recent weeks. Please bring a veg/vegan dish to share and join us. All are welcome.
Join us for a veg/vegan 2nd Sunday Potluck. The food is great, folks are friendly, conversations are thoughtful and lively, and it's a great chance to connect. Bring a dish or beverage to share and join us.
Our book group meets right on Ram Dass’s birthday, April 6. Come celebrate, talk about all our favorite books, articles, lectures and stories and have birthday cake!
Joanna Macy. August 26 in Portland. Save the date! Details and Registration will be posted on June 1.
Racial Ecology: Creativity, Curiosity, and Community. Join us for a veg/vegan 2nd Sunday Potluck! The food is wonderful, folks are friendly, the conversations are thoughtful and lively, and it's a great chance to connect. Bring a veg or vegan dish or beverage and join us.
2nd Sunday Potluck at 6:00 pm, followed by the film "13th" at 7:00. All are welcome. By donation. Click above for more info about this program.
Everyone needs to eat, right? Everyone. No questions, no judgement – just food.
Come lend a hand on Brown Bag Day. We make 100-150 nourishing lunches (with hot homemade soup in cold weather) so that anyone we meet who is hungry has a good meal that day. Simple.
At the end of a high-spirited and unpredictable weekend, let's share food and conversations that begin the long project of understanding the chasm that divides our country, open to honesty, confusion, compassion, and possibility.