NeighborWalks Peninsula Park & Historic Piedmont

Meet: South end of Peninsula Park, N Albina & N Ainsworth Street
Come smell the roses with Friends of Peninsula Park Rose Garden! Explore historic Piedmont neighborhood, learn about the June Key Delta Community Center and the area’s African American History. We’ll end the walk with refreshments.
2 miles – 2 hours – 4,000 steps

Write Around Portland workshop

Join Write Around Portland, the HIV Day Center, Let’s Kick ASS PDX, and Quest Center for Integrative Health for a weekly, hands-on workshop devoted to generative writing and the transformative power of writing in community. This series is for long term survivors living with HIV/AIDS. Using the acclaimed Write Around Portland model, this workshop incorporates our favorite exercises to inspire the writing life, including freewriting; work with writing elements; strength-building feedback and early-draft revision. The workshop culminates in an anthology publication and public reading. Open to writers of all levels and experience.

Registration is required. Please call 503-460-3822 or email hivcenter@emoregon.org to sign up.
FREE—Journals, snacks and all materials provided. Childcare provided upon request.

First Sunday Brunch- Holman’s Bar & Grill

LKA no-host Sunday brunch will be held at Holman’s Bar & Grill in the Buckman neighborhood. On Saturday and Sunday mornings Holman’s presents Portland’s Original Bloody Mary Bar, where you get the unique opportunity to customize your own Bloody Mary by adding ingredients from our selection of over 100 mixes, hot sauces and fresh garnishes. (Because hangovers deserve creativity too!)

Also, don’t forget to take part in what is perhaps our most popular feature: Holman’s famous “Meal Wheel” on which we have had more than 17,000 winners! After enjoying your meal, just give the wheel a spin and if you match up the two Red Arrows… your food is FREE!

Sandy River float from Oxbow Park to Dabney Park

Purchase Your Early Bird Tickets on  LKA Square Store By September 1st and Save $5.00

Oxbow Regional Park (RM 13) to Dabney State Recreation Site (RM 6) More info about Sandy River floats can be found here: https://www.ci.sandy.or.us/Sandy-River-Water-Trail/#Popular%20Floats

This 7-mile float goes through swift moving Class I rapids. This is a very popular and busy section of the Sandy used by people with a variety of skill levels including anglers. Estimated paddle time: 3.5 hours.
We will depart from 2729 E Burnside at 12:00 noon. Return time is estimated and does not include time for optional no-host dinner.
All participants must provide their own inner tube/raft/kayak and life jacket. LKA will provide bottled water. You are welcome to bring beverage/snacks of your choice.
Cost for this trip is $10 per person if paid in full (non-refundable) by Friday, Sept. 1st or $15 on the day of the trip. Payment can be made on Let’s Kick ASS PDX website http://www.lka-pdx.org beginning Tuesday, August 29.
The group may decide to dine at a local restaurant after the event (no-host)

We will not be taking the Ride Connection Bus for this Trip so we are looking for people to drive. If you are willing to drive please let us know and we will discuss getting you gas reimbursement.

People Driving:

John Flack

Bonneville Lock/Dam and Fish Hatchery day trip

LKA will host an end of summer BBQ at Bonneville Fish Hatchery picnic area at noon. LKA will provide chicken and hot-dogs, soft drinks, plates and condiments, please bring a side-dish. Transportation cost is $5.00. There are numerous activities close by including the fish hatchery, lock and dam tours and Eagle Creek trail-head. http://www.nwp.usace.army.mil/bonneville/
https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/crgnsa/recreation/hiking/recarea/?recid=29912&actid=50

The 10th Annual Johnson Creek Cleanup

Meet us at 8:30 am to get placed on a team.
WHAT WILL WE BE DOING?
-We will break up into groups remove TONS of trash from about 7 miles of the creek. (Last year we removed more than 5 tons of trash!)
-Afterwards, stick around for a BBQ and celebratory awards ceremony from 12-2.
HOW TO PREPARE?
Wear closed-toed shoes (tennis shoes or hiking boots are best) and clothes that you don’t mind getting wet (quick dry materials are the most comfortable). Get ready to walk right in the creek! We will provide tools.
WHERE TO GO?
Mill Park
6201 SE Overland St., Milwaukie
AND…
The first 100 to show up on the day of the event get a fabulous Cleanup T-Shirt!
Please RSVP to the event organizers here: http://jcwc.org/events/annual-johnson-creek-cleanup/