The new Farmers Market will make its entrance on the Brooklyn scene Friday July 17. The market is located at 3338 SE Milwaukie Ave. It will feature premium local products from the Pacific Northwest and will be open Fridays 3pm – 7pm and Saturdays 9am – 2pm until November. The Market manager, Tyler Germann, welcomes his new neighbors to stop by and check it out.
Do you sometimes think that the Brooklyn Neighborhood is a bit warmer than our neighboring areas? You may be right in assuming this according to a study by a PSU professor and reported on KGW news on July 8th.
The Professor has done an extensive collection of data and found that Brooklyn is one of the hottest neighborhoods (temperature wise) in Portland.
What contributes to this phenomenon? Watch this Channel 8 video report and form your own conclusion. Is it the lack of tree canopies or the accumulation of excess concrete, or some other fact?
Check this full report that addresses climate change.
Articles of interest: Down Load Here
Calendar of events
Introduction of new BAC board members
Movie in the Park
National Night Out
FootPatrol needs volunteers
ICE CREAM SOCIAL In THE PARK
Brooklyn Park Pub hosts event
Haul-Away is huge success
R2D2 Comes to SE Portland
Open house on the Orange Line
Close out SALE
Limited inventory of XLrge at $10.00
Call the HelpLine .. 503/241-4540
We have a limited supply of X-Large t-shirts to be sold below cost to eliminate our inventory. While they last … the price is $10.00. This may be the only time these Tees can be purchased at this price. Call the HelpLine to reserve yours at 503/241-4540. This price is for the XL shirts only.
Standard Website price is $33.99
Joining the BAC executive board is a great way to have an impact on your neighborhood, work with a devoted group of activists, and have fun! The BAC executive board is open to individuals who work, live, or own a business in the neighborhood and attend two of four consecutive BAC board meetings. There are currently four open positions on our 11-member board, and elections are on May 27. If you qualify and would like to join, let us know by emailing email@example.com or calling the help line at (503) 241-4540. Come get involved and help us improve, beautify, and enrich our neighborhood.
Latest BrookNews May 15 is avaiable on line.
Article of interest:
• Board member elections
• Neighborhood clean up
• Movie in the Park
• Community Orchard Garden in Jeopardy
• Neighborhood FootPatrol starts again
• Easter Egg Hunt
• Milwaukie Ave clean-up
• What happened to Salvador Molly’s
• Brooklyn T-Shirts on close out sale
GET YOUR TOOLS SHARPENED AND HELP SEPTL TOO!
DATE: Saturday, May 9, 2015
TIME: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
WHERE: Parking lot of St. David’s Episcopal Church on the corner of SE 28th and Harrison Street.
Here’s the flyer.
Articles of interest in the latest Brooklyn News
• New Community Garden
• Latest Crime Spree
• Easter Egg Hunt
• Adopt a Block
• New Neighborhood Foot Patrol
• Get your kids involved in Baseball or Softball
• The latest on density in our neighborhoods.
WHAT IS “PRIDE OF PLACE: BROOKLYN, ADOPT A BLOCK”?
HOW CAN I BECOME A PARTNER?
“PRIDE OF PLACE” MEANS: Recognizing the uniqueness of our neighborhood, being glad to be part of this community!
“BROOKLYN” MEANS: It is only happening here, though anyone could do it.
“ADOPT A BLOCK” MEANS: Becoming a steward of ONE block, doing monthly litter pickup, being the eye on your block for potholes, street lights out, etc.
RESULT: Sense of community and safer, more attractive place for all.
WELCOME: AM/PM Arco, Vincent’s Tailor, Rainbow Painting!
GET ON BOARD: Sign up at BAC Meeting, March 25th, 7PM, Sacred Heart or Contact Kathy Orton: 503-236-5037, firstname.lastname@example.org
GROUP “ADOPT A BLOCK” DAY- APRIL 18
On April 18th, all block adopters and interested volunteers, will be out and visible, cleaning and sprucing up the public areas up and down Milwaukie Avenue. Meet at Brooklyn Park Shelter, 10 am. to get equipment, sign in. All are welcome to come!
Questions: Kathy Orton 503-236-5037