Archive for the ‘KNA Blog’ Category

Thanks Kenton cleaners!

/ July 30th, 2014 / No Comments »

A big shout out to Alex (KNA Livibility committee chair), Heather, Mark, Taffy, Adele, Todd, Maiya, Meegan (KNA board chair) and Rachel (Salvage Works owner) for creating a beautiful Paul Bunyan plaza and tidied up downtown Kenton! Your hard work this last weekend is sincerely

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PROPER Festival 2014 @ Kenton Park – Sat. 9/16

/ July 28th, 2014 / No Comments »

Since 1990, PROPER (People Reaching Other People Expecting Restoration) has hosted grassroots celebrations of global, community and personal restoration. At PROPER 2014, expect a fun time for all from 12-4pm Saturday, August 16th at Kenton Park. FREE FOOD | ENTERTAINMENT for all | “PROPER” Resources

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Kenton Neighborhood Garage Sale 2014 – Sat. 9/6

/ July 27th, 2014 / No Comments »

The Second Annual Kenton Neighborhood Garage Sale is upon us! Sign up in advance to get a spot on the official Sale Map. The maps will be available the morning of the sale at Posie’s Café and online. Your $5 fee helps to pay for

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Downtown Kenton Super Cleanup – This Sunday! 7/27

/ July 25th, 2014 / No Comments »

Beautiful downtown Kenton NEEDS your help! As many have noted, the Paul Bunyan Plaza as well as the surrounding area are in need of some weeding and cleanup. Well no time like the present! Please join us this coming Sunday, July 27th at 9am in

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Concerts in the Park: Coming Up! (we need volunteers and donations!)

/ July 15th, 2014 / No Comments »

Come to the FREE concerts in the park at Kenton Park on Tuesday evenings in late July and early August. This is one of Kenton’s most popular summertime events and a great chance to catch up with old friends and make some new ones! Been

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Kenton Sewer Repair – 2014 Information

/ July 12th, 2014 / No Comments »

Hi neighbors – Coming soon to a street near you, sewer construction. Not the best news you’ve heard I’m sure. But repairing these almost 100-year old pipes now is WAY better then dealing with a blown-out … well, you get the idea. Construction is scheduled

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Portland Traffic and Transportation Class @ PSU

/ July 3rd, 2014 / No Comments »

Calling all transportation activists – Learn how the city that works, works! And how you can affect change in your neighborhood. The Portland Traffic and Transportation Class offers citizens the opportunity to learn about the city’s transportation system while working on actual neighborhood projects that

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NoPo paddlers have a splash!

/ July 1st, 2014 / No Comments »

Check out these great pics of Columbia Slough paddle this last weekend! More than 65 North Portland neighbors got their paddle on thanks to the Columbia Slough Watershed Council’s guided canoe trip in the Slough. They spotted wildlife, got in some fun time on the

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Going Back to the Beginning, June 22 North Sunday Parkways

/ June 3rd, 2014 / No Comments »

On June 22, 2008, the City of Portland closed down six miles of streets in North Portland to traffic and opened them up for people to walk, bike, and roll. Today, North Sunday Parkways represents the beginning of a Portland tradition which serves as a

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Food for Thought: Cultured Caveman Coming to Kenton

/ June 1st, 2014 / No Comments »

A new business is on the menu for Denver Avenue! Cultured Caveman, a popular Paleo food cart with three locations in Portland, will be opening as a full-fledged restaurant right across the street from the Kenton Library. Owners Heather Hunter and Joe Ban, Kenton residents

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