SAGE HOLIDAY PARTY OPEN TO ALL LGBT

PLEASE SHARE THIS EVENT!
Join SAGE and Friendly House for our annual holiday party extravaganza!
Friday, December 8th, from 1-3pm at Friendly House, 1737 NW 26th Ave
No RSVP necessary! We’ll have food, beverages, entertainment from the Portland Lesbian Choir, and lots of raffle gifts!!!
PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR NETWORK OF FRIENDS

Winter Dinners

WINTER DINNERS
sponsored by EMD Serono

You are invited to our
HIV Poz & Neg Long-Term Survivor Potluck
Join us November 23rd at 3:00pm
Quest Center for Integrative Health—East Building
2927 E. Burnside Ave.
Bring a dish (if you can) to feed enough for 4 people.

Please join us for our 2nd annual Winter Dinners sponsored by EMD Serono: 

Be sure to invite all of your HIV positive friends, family and supporters and let us know how many people will be in your party and what dish or dishes you will be bringing. 

We will be providing a safe and fun atmosphere. Turkey and Ham will be provided. We ask that you bring a side dish to feed enough for at least 4 other people per RSVP.
Example: 1 RSVP = bring enough food for 5 or 2 RSVPS = bring enough for 10 
If for any reason you cannot bring a dish, please still come. It is more important to have you there.
PLEASE RSVP HERE:
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WINTER DINNERS IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY 

NeighborWalks Laurelhurst Neighborhood & NE Glisan

Meet: In front of Providence Cancer Center, 819 NE 47th Avenue
Get walking and fitness tips from a physical therapist. Explore Laurelhurst Neighborhood’s vintage homes, undulating streets and beautiful park. Celebrate the end of the season with food, fun, and friends.
2.4 miles – 2.25 hours – 4,800 steps

Portland Timbers 2 vs. Pheonix Rising FC

The Portland Timbers 2 are inviting the LKA community, supporters and friends to join them at the Providence Park for the T2 Season Finale.

GAME STARTS AT 7:30 (GATES OPEN AT 7pm)

The Proceeds from this fundraising event will support both the positive and negative long-term survivors of HIV and AIDS.

Tickets $10 per person (50% of the proceeds will benefit Let’s Kick ASS – Portland)

To order your tickets online please visit http://www.lka-pdx.org 

You may also join us Saturdays at our coffee socials from 9am to 12pm behind the Quest Center located at 2927 E. Burnside St.
For Questions you may email events@lka-pdx.org or email nickc@lka-pdx.org

NeighborWalks Livable, Sustainable Lloyd District walking tour

Meet: In front of Applebee’s Restaurant, 1439 NE Halsey
Stroll through this vibrant, changing district with our friends from Lloyd EcoDistict and Go Lloyd. Learn why this area is a model of sustainability for energy, transit, waste and water. Walk through the Farmer’s Market with year-round fresh produce. Eat your veggies!
2 miles – 2.5 hours – 4,000 steps

Beacon Rock Day- trip

Transportation cost is $8.00. LKA will provide road snacks and soft drinks. Beacon Rock is a dizzying mile-long switchback trail takes you up 848-foot to the summit, but that’s not the only way to a tip-top experience. Rock climbing and hiking to waterfalls are the rage at this park, where there are plenty of vantage points for eagle-eye views. Beacon Rock overlooks a breathtaking section of the Columbia River Gorge, a deep, wide gouge in the earth carved by Ice Age floods. Now the mighty Columbia rushes down to the ocean in a froth of whitecaps, bisecting Washington and Oregon, with walls of columnar basalt and mountains rising thousands of feet on both sides.
Beacon Rock State Park is a 4,456-acre year-round camping park located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Beacon Rock itself is the core of an ancient volcano. The park includes 9,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River and more than 20 miles of roads and trails open to hiking, mountain biking and equestrian use.

Garibaldi train trip

Step back in time and experience a bit of yesteryear. Enjoy the beautiful Oregon Coast line by riding the rail behind a historic Steam Locomotive. This scenic trip chugs along Tillamook Bay and gives passengers views of the ocean. This trip will give you a glimpse into history and a unique view of the Oregon Coast and the Nehalem River.
Transportation fee to Garibaldi is $12.00 Train tickets are $20.00 purchased at the train.
Dogs are OK on the train in the open car.
Road snacks provided. We will eat lunch in Garibaldi and find a place for dinner as well.