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Community Gardening Here in Woodlawn

Want to grow your own food, meet your neighbors, and get some exercise at the same time? Then a Portland Community Gardens plot may be just the ticket for you. Since 1975, Portland Parks & Recreation has sponsored community gardens throughout the city—there are now over fifty! We are lucky…...

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Speed cushions have arrived on NE Ainsworth…

NOTICE: The first week of November saw the speed cushions being installed on NE Ainsworth. These are designed to slow traffic down in residential neighborhoods. Residents interested in learning about Woodlawn Neighborhood Association’s summer engagement with PBOT can view the presentation provided at an NECN/WNA convened meeting with PBOT linked…...

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Hidden Woodlawn for the Curious

On Facebook, there is a very fun group called Hidden Portland for the Curious where you can post photos of quirky, arty, peculiar, surprising, and otherwise unusual things you see out and about in your neighborhood and around the city. The only rule is that you need to specifically cite…...

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Urban Gleaners Free Food Market at Woodlawn Park

Weekly Free Food Market at Woodlawn Park Every Saturday through the end of 2023 and then again in 2024. January 6th – December 28th, 2024 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Urban Gleaners is a food rescue organization that has been providing free and nutritious food to folks experiencing food insecurity in…...

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Temporary public library location opens in Concordia!

Great news! Temporary library open in Concordia! A temporary location for the Multnomah County library recently opened its doors on the campus of the former Concordia University, now the University of Oregon/Portland. It’s located on the first floor of the Library and Learning Center at 2800 NE Liberty St. The…...

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Reconstructing the Go Woodlawn Blog

Sometime in 2019, Go Woodlawn, the website of the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association (WNA) was breached and compromised. Many of the posts in the blog from 2019 and before—including meeting agendas, meeting minutes, and notices of events and activities—were all erased and replaced with a spam message. We are slowly working…...

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WNA Achievements 2022-2023

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association Achievements  November 2022 to October 2023 This was a year of tremendous change for WNA, with both the changes in leadership and renewing community connections post-COVID!  Without the help of many longtime residents, current board members. and past event coordinators, as well as many generous volunteers, we…...

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Woodlawn Neighborhood Association November 7, 2023 Meeting Agenda

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association General Meeting Agenda Tuesday, November 7, 2023 at 7:00 pm Please make every effort to join us In Person at Classic Foods: 817 NE Madrona   Or online on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3014662210?pwd=d3VKbXkzVldqYzNWU2RwVm9OUkZyZz09 Meeting ID: 301 466 2210 Passcode: WNA Also online at Facebook Live   Welcome and Vision: “In…...

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Minutes from October 2023 WNA General Meeting

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association General Meeting Agenda Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at 7pm Please make every effort to join us In Person at Classic Foods: 817 NE Madrona   Or online on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3014662210?pwd=d3VKbXkzVldqYzNWU2RwVm9OUkZyZz09 Meeting ID: 301 466 2210 Passcode: WNA Also online at Facebook Live October Meeting Recording: https://youtu.be/HXPml1I9SV8 Welcome and…...

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Take a Virtual Tour of Woodlawn Park and Its Trees

In June 2019, thirty-two volunteers helped map, measure, and identify the trees of Woodlawn Park. In total, 299 trees from 48 different species were recorded at the park. Then the Urban Forestry folks at Portland Parks and Recreation created an amazing virtual tour of the trees that are in Woodlawn…...

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