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First Annual Village Inspiration Convergence

  • North East Coalition of Neighborhoods 4815 Northeast 7th Avenue Portland, OR, 97211 United States

Join us in kicking off City Repair's Fall 2015/Summer 2016 Placemaking Season!

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Who

If you’ve ever been curious about those street paintings, or earthen benches with living roofs that you see around Portland, or how to get a community garden going, then this is the event for you!

We’ll have a variety of offerings available for folks new to this work to get a basic introduction as well as experienced placemakers learning to take it to the next level.

What

  • Learn how to transform ordinary spaces into meaningful and sustainable community-oriented places.

  • Connect and root into the fall with community, new and old, and have fun!

  • Get information and materials to register as a community site and/or volunteer with the Village Building Convergence 16.

  • Practice social permaculture to invite and build teams with your neighbors to design places with you.

Suggested donation

Just $15 at the door(no one turned away for lack of funds). Donations support our Placemaking Program and participating low-income communities.

Schedule

12 pm - 2 pm: Bike tour of VBC nearby Placemaking Sites. Start at NECN Building.

2:30 pm - 5:30 pm: Hands demonstrations and workshops! Including seed and plant exchange (bring your extra!), woodworking and upcycling, participatory art, and peace mandala creation.

5:30 pm: Community Dinner.

6:30 pm - 7:20 pm: The Village Lives with Mark Lakeman, inspiring overview of City Repair's placemaking, always something new in it!

7:30 pm - 9 pm: Community Building Interactive Workshops highlighting the main themes of City Repair's Placemaking work, while bringing people together in a fun and educational way.

Themes include: intersection repair, block repair, community art, permaculture, natural building, community building, cultural diversity in community organizing, and social permaculture.

Workshops will be led by Mark Lakeman, Marc Tobin, Ridhi D'Cruz, SaraHope Smith, Ted Swagerty and other experienced placemakers from City Repair.

9 pm - 10 pm: Live Music with our friends from the Blooming Biodiversity Tour!

Questions?

Email us at info@cityrepair.org

 

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