The Beaverton Resource Guide
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Volume 9 | Issue 7 | July 2019
Connecting residents to their community ...and businesses to their customers!
Escaping the heat with THPRD! Find these stories inside & more! BUSINESS DIRECTORY
• Downtown is about to get more artsy! (page 8)
• What do I do if I see a pet in a hot car? (page 12)
OUR TOWN SENIOR LIVING
• Pets and ﬁreworks don’t mix (page 14) • Skin care as you age (page 16)
• Sleep your way to weight loss! (page 22)
• Get the kids out this summer! (pages 21)
OUT & ABOUT
Many Thanks to our Community Partners!
• Washington County Event Calendar (page 25)
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â€œThe Beaverton Resource Guide is a vibrant snapshot of the Beaverton Community.â€? Marie Prins, Washington County Visitors Association
Learning Corner: Uplifting Message
CONTENTS LOCAL BUSINESS FRESH AIR
â€˘ Pages: 10, 12-13 (animals, parks, pets, sustainability)
â€˘ Pages: 3, 14-15, 22 (city news, public safety, history)
SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY LEARNING CORNER
Peace is coming for all
â€˘ Pages: 4-11, 13, 18 (directory, advice, spotlight stories)
My journey to Arbaeen SPIRITUAL ESSAY
â€˘ Pages: 15-18, 31 (senior ads, health, events) â€˘ Pages: 19-20, 22-23 (health, real estate, travel) â€˘ Pages: 19-22, 28-29, 32 (essays, library, spotlight)
OUT & ABOUT
â€˘ Pages: 25-31 (events, art, programs, calendar, theatre)
FUN & GAMES
â€˘ Pages: 2, 32 (cartoon, contests)
OUR TOWN BEAVERTON, OREGON, USA
MAYOR & CITY COUNCIL
First Settled: 1847 (by Augustus Fanno) Year Incorporated: 1893 Population: 97,229 (2017)
Mayor: Denny Doyle Council: Catherine Arnold, Lacey Beaty, Mark Fagin Laura Mitchell, Marc San Soucie
Sales Tax: 0.0% Zip Codes: 97005-08, 97075, 97078, 97003
Tuesdays, 6:30pm City Council meetings are held in the Forrest C. Soth Council Chambers in City Hall and open to the public. 503-526-2222 or visit: www.beavertonoregon.gov.
Area Codes: (503), (971)
Income Tax: 9.0%
Elevation: 189 feet above sea level Yearly Rain/Snow: 39in/2in per year Clear Days per Year: 142 days Median Home Price: $353,316 (2017) Median Household Income: $58k (â€˜17) Projected Job Growth: 8.7% (2017) Average Communte Time: 22 min. High School Graduation Rate: 81%
Beaverton Recycling ........................................ 503-526-2665 Beaverton School District ................................503-591-8000 Chamber of Commerce ................................... 503-644-0123 City Hall ............................................................ 503-526-2222 City of Beaverton (Water) ................................ 503-526-2257 Hazardous Waste Disposal (Metro) ................ 503-797-1700 Oregon DMV .................................................... 503-299-9999 Oregon Ecycle .................................................. 888-532-9253 NW Natural (Gas)............................................. 503-226-4211 PGE (Electricity) ...............................................800-743-5000 Police (Non-Emergency) ................................. 503-526-2260 Waste Management (Trash) ............................ 800-808-5901
ast October I had the honor of participating in the largest annual peaceful human gathering on Earth. It is called Arbaeen. During a two-week period, ÂżIWHHQPLOOLRQSHRSOHVRPH estimates are as high as 20-30 million) visit the shrine of Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammad, in Karbala, Iraq. People walk from Najaf WR.DUEDODDÂżIW\PLOHZDON and have all their needs met, food, water, a place to sleep at QLJKWDQ\WKLQJWKH\PLJKWQHHG to make a successful visit. I came as a Christian pastor IURP$PHULFDWRVKRZP\ respect for Hussain and for his VDFULÂżFHRQEHKDOIRIMXVWLFH DQGWUXWK,PDGHDÂżOPDERXW WKHWULSWKDW\RXFDQÂżQGRQ YouTube called â€œFor Love of +XVVDLQ$6 Â´ ,ZDONHGWKHÂżIW\PLOHVRYHU WZRDQGRQHKDOIGD\VDQG touched the shrine of Hussain.
By John Shuck, Minister Southminster Presbyterian Church 12250 SW Denney Road, Beaverton www.southmin.org
Answers to Last monthâ€™s Word Puzzle â€˘ RASPBERRY â€˘ LIME â€˘ BLACKBERRY â€˘ BLUEBERRY â€˘ WATERMELON
I participated in the rituals of mourning and made friends with people from Iraq, Iran, India, 3DNLVWDQ$IJKDQLVWDQDQG6DXGL Arabia, just a few of the over 60 nations represented. These faithful Muslims heeding the call of Hussain to stand with the opSUHVVHGRIWKHZRUOGRSHQHGP\ PLQGDQGP\KHDUW:KDW,FDPH DZD\ZLWKZDVDUHQHZHGVHQVH of hope for humankind. :KHQD&KULVWLDQ3DVWRU from America is showered with ORYHDQGKRVSLWDOLW\IURP6KLD 0XVOLPVLQ,UDTDQG,UDQ\RX canâ€™t help but be hopeful. I wish all Americans could share WKLVH[SHULHQFHRIXQLW\$ just peace is coming for all of Earth. People get ready.
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MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR
Hello Beaverton, welcome to another issue of The Beaverton Resource Guide. As a full-color, monthly newspaper thatâ€™s dedicated to the positive aspects of our community, you can be sure to ďŹ nd interesting and uplifting stories about what makes our city one of the best in the country (ranked #3 nationally for â€œBest Places to Raise a Familyâ€? in 2018 by www.livibility.com). The goal of The BRG is simple and can be easily read at the top of each page: connecting people who live, work or shop in and around Beaverton with the abundant local resources available. So whether youâ€™re shopping and want to try out a new store or a new store that wants to reach out to new customers, The BRG is equally useful and happy to help play the role of match-maker. We also know a lot about whatâ€™s going on in the county and for those who are looking to get â€œOut & Aboutâ€?, we have the countyâ€™s event calendar, an exclusive with the Beaverton Farmers market, an extensive regional theatre line up, a full list of library programs as well as other announcements to help you connect to whatever interests you. The BRG is available for pickup at over 170 locations from major grocery retailers, restaurants, doctor ofďŹ ces and banks to city hall, hotels, regional libraries and the farmers market. For more information about advertising rates, current or past stories, distribution, our photo gallery and more, visit www.beavertonresourceguide.com. Thank you and I hope you had as much fun reading this issue as I had putting it together. Sincerely, Michael Wong (Managing Editor)
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Central NAC Meeting: If you live or own a business in Downtown Beaverton then this meeting is your way to communicate with the city. Please come join us on the ﬁrst Monday of each month, 7pm at Beaverton Swim Center, 12850 SW 3rd Street, Beaverton
Progress Ridge Club Pilates
Albertson’s New Seasons
Haagen’s Shopping Center
Ava Roasteria Ziba Salon Press Cafe
SW Walnut St
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NW Filbert St
Elsie Stuhr Center
NW 123rd Ave
Turtles Yoga & Wellness
9th St 10th St
C LaScala Food Court Vault Bar
Department of Health Services
7th St Hazel St
Sun Connection Travel & Cruises
A Hall Street Center Beaverton Law Group Paciﬁc Medical Group
Beaverton Police Department
B First & Hall 1 Ava Roasteria 2 Holistic Health Ctr
City Park & Fountain
Unity of Beaverton
Noodles & Company
Columbia Medical Alarm
Victor E C Landscape
Einstein Bros Bagels
Camille Keith, LPC
Living Wisdom School
Singing River Natural Medicine
Buffalo Wild Wings
Wellspring of Natural Health Main St
Beaverton Town Square
Bvtn Hillsdale Hwy
Cedar House Media UR Restaurant
Fred Meyer Shopping Center
Watson Hall Bar
Ex Novo Parking
TVR&R Station 67
Gloria’s Secret Cafe Art on Broadway Quilter’s Corner Store Spicy Thai Restaurant
Chuck E Cheese
Emerald City Smoothies
SW Davies Rd
Haven Pool & Spa
La Hacienda Real Mexican Restaurant
Subaru on Dealership Cany
Super Bowl Teriyaki
Premier Kitchens & Cabinets
Alexia’s Window Tinting
24 Hour Fitness
Rose Biggi Ave
Canyon Auto Repair
Police Resource Center
Canyon Place Shopping Center
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T.J. Maxx Beaverton Education Foundation
Comfort Inn Black Bear Diner
SW W atson
Guaranteed Pest Control
Cedar Hills Blvd
Habitat for Humanity Restore
Arts & Communication Magnet Academy (ACMA)
Carey Custom Floors
Historic Downtown District
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Connecting Businesses to Local Customers Arts
Garden Home Community Library
Theatre in the Grove
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theatreinthegrove.org (503) 359-5349
KPTV Fox Channel 12
Aloha Community Library
Oregon Long Term Care
Affordable Arts and Crafts
Classes and Workshops 12505 NW Cornell Rd (next to the Cedar Mill library) www.villagegalleryarts.org
Increasing Access to the Arts...
Sustaining High Quality Art
PGE Green Power Program 800-542-8818
Recycling & Waste Programs
Beaverton Police Dept.
KUIK AM 1360 The Round 503-381-1670 503-231-5662
www.cedarhillscrossing.com 503-643-6563 MAP1B1
Appreciation. Sit back and enjoy! annaclassica.com
THPRD www.thprd.org 503-645-6433
Cedar Mill Library library.cedarmill.org 503-644-0043
Lana L. Nelson Oil Painting
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See my work LanaLNelson.com & www.villagegalleryarts.org/ lana-lnelson/ (in Facebook too!) Call me at 503 830-7894 www.broadwayrose.org 503-620-5262
Community Gardens (City)
Broadway Rose Theatre
97229 Bethany / Cedar Mill
www.beavertonoregon.gov 503-526-2222 MAP1B2
Listing start at $15/month!
Village at Scholls Ferry
Chamber of Commerce www.beaverton.org 503-644-0123
BEAVERTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Cedar Hills Crossing
European Classical Music
Visitors Center for Beaverton and Washington County oregonswashingtoncounty.org 503-644-5555 MAP1B2
Gallery in downtown beaverton 503- 601-3300 MAP1C3
Washington Square Mall
Beaverton School District
Art on Broadway
Wash. County Sheriff’s Ofﬁce
www.beavertonoregon.gov 503-629-0111 MAP1D3
through our Scholarship Program and the Campaign to build the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts beavertonartsfoundation.org
within the community. Providing culturally enriching activities, programs and services. www.beavertonarts.org
oregonswashingtoncounty.com 503-644-5555 MAP1B2 www.co.washington.or.us/sheriff 503-846-2700
Beaverton City Library www.beavertonlibrary.org (503) 644-2197 MAP1C4
Wash. County Visitors Center
Ombudsman Program www.oregon.gov/LTCO 1-800-522-2602
Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
Values in Action! www.washcodems.org 503-626-7018
Energy Trust of Oregon
Bag & Baggage
97223 Garden Home
Community Gardens (THPRD)
Learn About our City’s Past
Map #3: Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy & Canyon Rd
SW 87th Ave
Jade River Healing Arts Center
SW Dogwood Ln
SW 78th Ave
Faces by Vivian
SW 103rd Ave
McCormick & Schmits
SW 107th Ave
SW 91st Ave
Shiloh Inn Wally & Son Automotive
West Slope Post Ofﬁce
SW Canyon Rd
SW 109th Ave
SW 110th Ave
Continental Cleaners Honda
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SW 96th Ave
SW 103rd Ave
SW 108th Ave
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through historic photos, artifacts, exhibits and more! www.historicbeaverton.org 503-430-0106 MAP1C3
Beaverton Civic Theatre
Safeway Shopping Center
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Raleigh Hills Assisted Living SW Oleson Rd
Fred Meyer Shopping Center
SW Dogwood Ln
SW Apple Way
Sisters N Style
Jesuit High School
SW Laurelwood Ave
Arctic Circle Businesses • Omega Gymnastics SW 5th St • Haiyan Int’l Dance Academy
Jack in the Box
Michael’s Arts & Crafts
SW Jamieson Ave
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SW 99th Ave
SW Western Ave
SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
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Connecting Customers to Local Businesses Education & Learning Jazz Combo Classes for Adult Jazz Students. CONNECT * SHARE * CREATE www.ensemblejazzexperience.com Call Tina at 917-202-9816 today!
Beaverton School District Agia Sophia Academy Now enrolling! Preschool - 5th Grade. 14485 SW Walker Road (across from Nike) 503-641-4600 | www.asapdx.org
Beaverton City Library
Preschool- Grade 7 Education centered in the heart. livingwisdomportland.org 4855 SW Watson Ave. Beaverton 503-671-9112 MAP1C4
Health Beauty & Wellness
www.beavertonlibrary.org (503) 644-2197 MAP1C4
Acting & Speech Coaching All levels and all ages welcome! Call Terry at 503-707-4554
The Book Corner www.bookcornerbeaverton.org 503-643-5188 MAP1C4
The Catwalk Hair Studio
Beaverton Downtown Association
New Business Signage Downtown is about to get a lot more artsy LOCAL BUSINESS
he Beaverton Downtown Association is partnering with local artists, downtown business owners, and sign fabricators to develop creative, artistic, and unique blade signs that will project from the sides of building exteriors. This program, called &R6LJQZLOOUHVXOWLQ new blade signs that will be unveiled to the public on 1RYHPEHU6PDOO %XVLQHVV6DWXUGD\ $UH\RXDORFDODUWLVWRU designer? Find more informaWLRQDQGVXEPLW\RXUGHVLJQV E\-XO\RQZZZ downtownbeaverton.org/ cosign. &R6LJQLVPDGHSRVVLEOH as a result of funding from WKH:DVKLQJWRQ&RXQW\ 9LVLWRUV$VVRFLDWLRQERWK WKH&LW\RI%HDYHUWRQ$UWV 3URJUDPDQGWKH6WRUHIURQW Improvement Program, and Global Art of Dance. Beaverton Restaurant :HHNLVFRPLQJDJDLQ 6HSWHPEHUWKURXJK 2FWREHU,Q RYHUUHVWDXUDQWVRŕľľHUHG limited-time menu items. :HH[SHFWWKLVSURJUDPWR EHHYHQODUJHUWKLV\HDUZLWK exposure to hundreds of
thousands of people through social media, press, and word of mouth. Beaverton is the premier dining destination on WKH:HVWVLGHDQGZHZDQWWR VKRZKRZJUHDWLWUHDOO\LV BOO-verton Trick-orTreat will be back again this \HDUDQGEHWWHUWKDQHYHU .HHS\RXUH\HVRQWKH%'$ website and social media for more details as this program unfolds. Each of these programs RŕľľHULQFUHGLEO\KLJKYLVLELOLW\ for downtown, so contact us LI\RXDUHLQWHUHVWHGLQOHDUQing more about volunteering or sponsorship opportunities.
Customized Learning in a choice-based environment. Small classes, all subjects, K-12. www.villagehome.org MAP1C4 503-597-9100
My Masterpiece Art Studio Open Studio, Parties & Classes 503-453-3700
Learn to prosper with life! Let your self esteem blossom. Aweigh Impasse holding classes at 12750 SW 2nd Street, Ste 102 Call (916) 396-9633
Men, Women & Kids! Up-do, Bridal, Special Occasion, Lash Extentions, Face Waxing, Colour, highlights, smoothing 503-430-0008 MAP2D
Counseling for Caregivers
mathnasium.com/southbeaverton 503-926-6284 MAP2E
Beaverton Downtown Association The Beaverton Downtown Association promotes the historic preservation of Old Town Beaverton and supports activities that add to WKHYLEUDQF\RIWKHKLVWRULF downtown core.
Beaverton Education Foundation
* Living Proof * J Beverly Hills * *Moroccanoil* Call Kelly Christiansen at 503-464-6711 MAP2D
and Healers. Camille Keith, LPC-Intern Supervisor Tara Sanderson, PsyD camillekeith.com (971-295-1547)
Insurance Partners NW Photo History of Beaverton Beaverton Coloring Books Color in the fun images as your kids learn about the city. The perfect gift or souvenir! BRG@CedarHouseMedia.com
127 pages of fascinating images and stories of our cityâ€™s heritage. beaversofbeaverton.com 503-641-3320
Home, Auto, Business, & Health Friendly local independent agents! www.InsurancePartnersNW.com 503-372-5621
Learn to Ballroom Dance! seamssensational.com/services 503-593-8252 MAP1B1
Primary Care for the whole family Nutrition, IV Therapy, Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Dr. Jennifer Means & Dr. Elizabeth Elliott welcome you! 503-641-6400 MAP1B4
*Free Placement Testing* Want to get involved? Check out our website at www.downtownbeaverton.org. For more information, contact Kevin Teater, Executive Director, Beaverton Downtown Association (503) 332-5419
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Belly Dance! Beginners Welcome! www.deannafreeman.dance 503-974-6287
See student success stories in Kidâ€™s corner on back cover! www.kumon.com/south-beaverton 503-639-7219 MAP2D
Private Piano Lesons All ages and levels PhD in Piano, 30yrs experience. 971-246-4824
Bridgeton Chiropractic Specializing in Chiropractic, Rehab, Nutrition and DOT Exams. www.bridgetonchiro.com Call Today 971-255-1708 MAP3C
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30 Minute Fitness & Weight Loss 20229 SW T.V. Hwy, Aloha 503-356-5454 email@example.com www.alohajcj.com
Your Healing Sanctuary www.jaderiverpdx.com 503-297-3825 MAP3BH
&ROXPELD Medical Alarm, Inc. 3HUVRQDO6DIHW\ +HDOWK6ROXWLRQV Local LifeLine Provider ColumbiaMedAlarm.com Personal health & safety solutions including GPS & medication dispensing. 503-644-4736 MAP1D4
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comprehensive consultations in Bioﬁeld & Chakra Modalities at 12750 SW 2nd Street, Ste 102. Call for Appointment: (916) 396-9633 Tetyana Zinchenko, Practitioner
Nature’s Pet 503-579-2403
Holistic Health Clinic www.hhclinic.com 503-646-8575
Birth & Postpartum Doulas www.birthingstone.com 503-718-7574 MAP1C3
Grab your “Honey Do” list and gimme a call. No job too small! handymanmarcpaul.com 971-238-8358
Enjoy Life with Friends Independent Living, Assisted Living & Memory Care. www.thespringsliving.com 503-629-5500
The place for all your bird needs.
Been in an accident?
Exotic birds, healthy foods, toys, boarding & advice. Great prices! 503-644-9515 www.bizeebird.com MAP1C4
Housing & Home Maintenance
New Continuous Gutters! Gutter & roof cleaning, gutter repair, pressure washing, moss removal. allguttersandmore.com 503-268-9121
Interior and Exterior Shutters Fine Window Treatments That Are Uniquely You! shuttersportland.com 503-406-2544
Retirement Residence Hit the road with us because we never stand still for too long! www.beavertonlodge.com 503-646-0635 MAP1B5
Pets Animals & Pet Care Painting & General Contracting *Finishing Fine Interiors* **Weather Tight Exteriors** www.ffpaint.com (CCB#205045) 503-451-3239
Family Chiropractic Center Specializing in personalized corrective care based on problems, not just symptoms. www.tpcportland.com 503-574-4872
Serving Beaverton & Tigard
Washington County Dog License **Cats and other pets exempt** www.co.washington.or.us/HHS/ AnimalServices
Prescription delivery, drive-up window, ﬁne giftware, medicare accredited 503-644-2101 MAP1C3
Raleigh Hills Assisted Living Where our home becomes your home! www.rhliving.com 503-297-3200
Senior Living Community We make it easy to feel right at home. www.creekside-village.com 503-643-9735 MAP1B5
Come On...Let’s Play!!
Dove Lewis 24hr Pet Hospital
Hills Construction Contracting Residential, Remodel & Service “We take care of all construction needs including kitchens & baths!” Low prices on water heater replacements 971-246-3682 (CCB#102201)
Great Cats for Great Homes www.catscradlerescue.com 503-320-6079
Religious Churches & Spiritual Daycare & Pet Hotel Suites 8625 SW Scholls Ferry Rd. Easy access from SW Hall & 217 Visit barklandia-pdx.com or call us at 503.430.5821
Valley Community Presbyterian Contact us at valleycommunity.org or call 503.292.3537.
Bethel Congregational UCC Sunday mornings at 10am. www.bethelbeaverton.org
Hart Road Animal Hospital
Senior Living In Beaverton Offering Independent Living And Assisted Living Services At Canﬁeld Place, we are family. 503-626-5100
All found pets are registered with the county. For more info: www.petharbor.com
Daycare & Overnights 4070 SW Cedar Hills Blvd www.busterandlilly.net 503.596.2146 MAP1B1 #1 choice for animal emergencies www.dovelewis.org
Comprehensive dental care for your entire family. Visit us at: murrayschollsfamilydental.com 503-590-7574 MAP2B
**PLUMBING** Visit our Maximized Living clinic! BeavertonFamilyChiropractic.com 5075 SW Grifﬁth Dr, Suite 120 503-644-8844 MAP1E5
OR Friends of Animal Shelters
Pet Lost & Found
Concrete Enhancement of Oregon Beautifying & protecting concrete driveways, patios, walkways www.ctioregon.com 503-443-9846
Dr. Dan Miller
Adopt a Lovable Put www.paciﬁcpugrescue.org 503.704.3587
Oregon Humane Society 503-285-7722
Guaranteed Pest Control Protecting your health and property since 1949! www.guaranteedpestcontrol.net 503-646-2119 MAP1B2
Shutters Portland Shutters | Blinds | Shades Schedule an in-home appointment today. shuttersportland.com 503-406-2544
Individual Veterinary Care for your Special Individual! hartroadanimalhospital.com 503-591-5282
Beaverton Church of the Nazarene www.beavertonnaz.org (503) 643-6616
Southminster Presbyterian Church. 12250 SW Denney Road Progressive Spirit, Beloved Community, 503-644-2073 www.southmin.org
Murray Hills Christian Church Family Practice Hindi & Punjabi speaking provider available. **Mon-Sat Extended Hours** 503-644-1171 MAP1C3 www.BeavertonResourceGuide.com
Your Shower Door & Mirror *EXPERTS* Free estimates on all projects. Come talk to us! www.canyon.glass 503-644-3153
The Miracle Skylight & Solar Star Attic Fans. Let the Sun SAVE you MONEY! www.lightbenders.biz (CCB#30873) 503-352-0249 MAP1B2
Your Local Pet Place! Shopping for pet supplies should be easy... that’s what we do! tfspets.com 503-352-4269
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Serving fresh fondue, sausages and Daily Specials! **Full Bar & Live Music** @vaulatlascala MAP1C3
New Hope Missionary Baptist www.newhopealoha.org 503-591-8993
Mexican Restaurant St. Barnabas Espicopal Church Sunday Services: 8 & 10am 2201 SW Vermont, Portland saintbarnabaspdx.org 503-246-1949
Party Platters | Order online 10505 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy www.aztecamex.com 503-643-8269 MAP3A
Burgers, Beer, Bottomless Fries! Crazy Hour Specials M-F 2-5pm killerburger.com 503-268-1757
Authentic Arabic Cuisine Gyros, Chicken & Falafal in Town! 503-605-1106 MAP1B4
Ava Roasteria www.avaroasteria.com 503-641-7470 MAP1C4
Portland Balaji Temple www.ebalajitemple.com (503) 621-7716
Mexican Cuisine Daily happy hour from 11-5pm. 16305 SW Barrows Rd, Beaverton www.casalolapdx.com 503-567-8131 MAP2C
Valley Community Pres Church www.valleycommunity.org (503) 292-3537 Beaverton Church of the Nazarene 12555 SW 22nd St, Beaverton (503) 643-6616
Authentic Caribbean Cuisine Let us introduce you to the wonderful ďŹ‚avors of Puerto Rico! borikenrestaurant.com 503-596-3571 MAP1B3
United Methodist Church. www.beavertonumc.org 503-646-7107 MAP1C4
Hoshana Rabbah Messianic
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Italian inspired with a menu that changes weekly featuring fresh seasonal ingredients from the Northwest. 503-641-3223 decarlirestaurant.com MAP1C3
St. John Greek Orthodox Church Spencer Rubin is a sales/marketing expert and a passionate advocate for the success of small, local business owners. To sign up for Spencerâ€™s weekly Catalyst Newsletter. Contact 971-732-4745.
14485 SW Walker Rd, Beaverton Sunday service at 10am. Visitors welcome! stjohngoc.org | 503-644-7444
Enjoy Authentic Mexican Food!
Good Samaritan Ministries GoodSamaritanMinistries.org or call 503-644-2339.
Open Sun - Thurs: 11am - 10pm Fri-Sat 11am - 11pm www.lahaciendarealoregon.com 503-601-7000 MAP1D2
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Lift Driver (Beaverton) $2500 Sign-On Bonus! Join First Transit as a Lift Driver for our TriMet contract! As a Lift Driver, your major responsibilities will be to: â€˘ Drive a cutaway paratransit vehicle in a safe, courteous, and reliable manner throughout the service area within a daily assigned time schedule Primary Lift Driver job requirements: â€˘ Must be at least 21 years of age â€˘ Valid Driverâ€™s License â€˘ Have at least 3 years of driving experience
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Starting Salary: $16.00 (in 5 years make $28.50!) **Work Full or Part Time!**
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Real Local Florist* Flowers for every occasion, plants, cards, gifts & more! www.beavertonﬂorists.com 503-644-0129 MAP1C4
Cecilia K. Nguyen, Esq. Compassionate In Home Care Trained professionals meeting senior care needs in the safety and comfort of home! 503.352-5634 www.homematterscaregiving.com
Immigration & Citizenship, Family & Adoption, Business Law www.beavertonlaw.com 503-644-2146 MAP1C3
Disability Employment Specialists Consultation & Training in Diversity, Inclusion & Conﬂict Resolution (www.dirksecc.com) 503-265-9256
Drink Beer. Do Good. *Unique, enjoyable craft beers* *Detroit style pizza & great eats* *Warm, inviting atmosphere!* 971-249-3737 MAP1B4
One Person, One Price for a stress free purchase! Knowledgeable, kind & experienced, just call Margo! (503) 643-5577 MAP3A
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Authentic Japanese Cuisine Beaverton’s Best Sushi! Udon, Tempura, soba, Ramen, Curry, and more! Visit us at 9230 SW B/H Hwy 503-296-0045 MAP3C
cameras, photo classes, prints, restorations, ﬁlm, accessories & more! www.theshutterbug.com 503-639-5088 MAP1D2
If your car is dead... For gently used books at affordable prices w/ proceeds donated to the Beaverton library. www.bookcornerbeaverton.org MAP1C4 503-643-5188
Cedar Hills Crossing www.cedarhillscrossing.com 503-643-6563 MAP1B1
Sell it to FRED! Selling your junk car for cash has never been easier. www.fredsautoremoval.com 503-810-3061
Brisbin Computer Consulting From corporate networks to home helpdesk and affordable web design, let me know how i can be of service... 503-641-3320.
Karen Bolin, Financial Advisor Keep a level head in an up-and-down market.
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Big and Small, We Write it All. Business Ins., Worker’s Comp., Home, Auto, Health/Life. 503-644-9945
Village on Scholls Ferry Class A Retail Complex. Restaurant & Ofﬁce Space Avail. www.guansusa.com 503-747-7238
Raise Your Business Visibility Black Bear Diner Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 503-646-4507 MAP1A3
25 cent Color Copies!
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In Home Care Planning Crisis Management, Patient Advocacy, Care Management Call Suzanne at 503-327-3250 or visit www.s4sit.com
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High Quality | Low Cost Any project large or small. www.cedarhousemedia.com 503-641-3320 MAP1C3
Beaverton Coloring Books Learn about the city, the Zoo and local activites through these hand drawn coloring books. Ask about our other Beaverton speciﬁc souvenirs! BRG@CedarHouseMedia.com
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Oregon Metropolitan Elite Gymnastics Academy OMEGA - Inside Every Child Lies a Champion www.BeavertonResourceGuide.com
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Thatâ€™s what I do! I Buy, Sell, & Consign Automobiles. 35+ years experience in the auto industry. Call me: 503-930-1493
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**PLUMBING** Beaverton Farmers Market The Summer Market is every Saturday, May - November from (8am-1:30pm) beavertonfarmersmarket.com
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Did you know that Beaverton City Library has not just books/audiobooks/ebooks, movies on DVD/Blu-Ray and via streaming, music on CD, educational and research databases, but also musical instruments, outdoor recreational equipment, games, kitchenware, a/v equipment, power tools and more? In addition, the library offers a programs of interest for all ages, ranging from infants through seniors, at both locations. To see a complete list of library collections, services, programs and events, please visit www. beavertonlibrary.org, or call 503-644-2197 to speak with one of our staff. We look forward to serving you!
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If you have any questions about your gardenâ€™s accessibility, call Lifelong Home for a thorough evaluation. At the same time, you can have your home examined and get recommendations that could help you avoid falls and stay living at home for many more years. You can also make this suggestion to your parent or grandparent and even pay for the evaluation as a gift. For more information, contact Regina Ford at 971-404-4418 or visit www.lifelonghomellc.com
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8 Ways to Stay Healthy All Summer Long Health and ďŹ tness tips from Curves HEALTH
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Student Corner: Teen Essay
Hey teens, another boring summer? No way! Here are 5 easy things to try STUDENT ESSAY
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â€œA mystery does not explain the way I feel....â€? Title: The Mirror Genre: Gothic Romance FLASH FICTION
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Learning Corner: Beaverton Education Foundation
To Stretch or Not to Stretch? Local crowd-funding hub for schools The beneďŹ ts of Assisted stretching
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By Dr. Bryen A. Bell, a Board-CertiďŹ ed Chiropractic Physician with over 20 years of professional experience. He practices with his wife and operates True Potential Chiropractic family care facility. For more info, call 503-574-4872 or visit tpcportland.com.
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New projects are added Beavertonâ€™s Choice regularly. Check for the latest projects here - https:// www.beavertonedfoundation.org/ beavertons-choice/
Community Submission: Health & Happiness
Sleep your way to weight loss & health And tips for healthy sleep
Tips for healthy sleep:
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increased when weâ€™re tired, we have less impulse control, DQGZHFUDYHXQKHDOWK\IRRG â€˘ 5HIUDLQIURPFDŕľľHLQDWHG beverages at least six hours before bed â€˘ 7XUQRŕľľDOOHOHFWURQLFV at least one hour before bedtime â€˘ Go to sleep at the same time HYHU\QLJKWDQGZDNHXSDW WKHVDPHWLPHHYHU\GD\ â€˘ *HWLQWREHGZKHQ\RXDUH UHDG\WRIDOODVOHHS5HVHUYH \RXUEHGRQO\IRUVOHHS
RIWKHPDUHXQGLDJQRVHG ,I\RXVQRUHRUZDNHXSJDVSLQJ IRUDLUWKHVHFRXOGEHV\PSWRPV of sleep apnea. One in three people will have a bout of insomnia in WKHLUOLIHWLPH,ILWWDNHV\RX more than 30 minutes to fall DVOHHSRU\RXDUHZDNLQJXS in the middle of the night and have trouble falling back DVOHHS\RXVKRXOGEHHYDOXDWHGE\DVOHHSPHGLFLQHGRFWRU
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For more information, contact The Oregon Clinic at 503-935-8000 or visit www.oregonclinic.com.
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connecting residents to their Community Community Submission: Travel Beaverton & Beyond
Community Submission: Health & Happiness
About my trip from Beaverton to Rome
Treating chronic disease
by Joyce Bates
Why I look at the whole body
Welcome to Rome!
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VRPHWKLQJWRPHHWKLVSLFN\ palate and took the stress out of ÂżQGLQJDSODFHKHZRXOGOLNH 7KHORFDOVDUHYHU\IULHQGO\ DOZD\VKHOSIXODQGHDJHUWR help us part with our Euros. There is just too much to see in the short amount of time that we had before hopping onto RXUFUXLVH%XW\RXFDQEHVXUH WKDWWKLVFLW\GHVHUYHVDQRWKHU YLVLWÂąDQGKRSHIXOO\VRRQ Follow me next time as I give you my day-by-day overall view and impressions, from our 10 Day cruise in the Mediterranean.
By Joyce Bates: Sun Connections Travel & Cruises is located in Beaverton and has become the â€˜go toâ€™ travel agency for all occasions. www.sunconnections.com For more information or to book your next trip, call 503-655-4850 or email Joyce@sunconnections.com. **Travel Layaway plans available!
hile I am trained as a SULPDU\FDUHSURYLGHU PDQ\RIP\SDWLHQWVKDYH chronic conditions that donâ€™t respond to conventional medications, surgeries or treatments. This does not mean WKDWWKHSK\VLFLDQVWKH\KDYH seen are bad doctors. In fact, PDQ\RIWKHPKDYHVNLOOVLQ diagnosis and treatment of acute illness and injuries far VXSHULRUWRPLQH%XWP\ training, as a naturopathic SK\VLFLDQDQGDFXSXQFWXUist taught me to look at the whole person. I consider a personâ€™s health from birth onwards, major illnesses, traumas, stressors, emotions, diet, exercise, home environment and sleep. I look for causes, for imbalances. In Chinese medicine, a KHDOWK\SHUVRQKDVEDODQFHG HQHUJLHVRIKRWFROGGU\QHVVPRLVWXUH\LQDQG\DQJ 6WUHVVWUDXPDRUJHQHWLF factors can upset these energies and make them go out of balance. In Naturopathic medicine we look often look at diet or sources of chronic irritation or infection, scars, lack of sunlight or sleep as causes of imbalance Acute disease has a beginning, middle and end. There DUHFKDQJHVLQHQHUJ\SURduction and metabolism. The ERG\VKLIWVLWVVOHHSSDWWHUQV WRKHOSFRQVHUYHHQHUJ\WR ÂżJKWWKHLQIHFWLRQRUKHDO WKHWUDXPD(YHQWXDOO\ZLWK proper treatment and care, WKHVLFNQHVVRULQMXU\KHDOV and things return to normal. But in chronic disease,
this process is altered. The illness does not resolve. It DŕľľHFWVPXOWLSOHV\VWHPV changes genetic expression and often impacts the health of the gastrointestinal microELRPHDQGHQHUJ\SURGXFWLRQ7KHERG\JHWVVWXFNLQ an altered state. A person might ask me, Âł:KDWGR\RXWKLQN,KDYH" ,VLWÂżEURP\DOJLD",VLW/\PH disease? Is it Chronic FaWLJXH6\QGURPH"Â´,QDZD\ it doesnâ€™t matter. Itâ€™s true that if there is an infection or an exposure to some toxin, RUDQXWULWLRQDOGHÂżFLHQF\ it needs to be treated. But I look for other things that need repair, addressing the SDWLHQWÂśVZKROHERG\KHU OLIHVW\OHDQGHQYLURQPHQWLQ order to bring her toward to a state of health. Iâ€™m not seeing a disease, ,ÂśPVHHLQJDSHUVRQ0\ work is to help them get back into balance.
By Dr. Jennifer Means who, along with Elizabeth Elliott welcome you for Primary Care for the whole family: Nutrition, IV Therapy, Naturopathy, and Acupuncture. Contact us at 503-641-6400.
GIVE YOUR CHILD AN ACADEMIC ADVANTAGE THIS SUMMER! To learn more, we invite you to schedule a Free Placement Test. Kumon Math and Reading Center of South Beaverton 12325 Southwest Horizon Blvd., Ste. 221, Beaverton, OR 97007 503-639-7219 â€˘ kumon.com/south-beaverton
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What’s Happening Around Beaverton This Month?
RESTAURANT BULLETIN BOARD
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Looking for Something to Do? Get Out & About! Senior Living: Viva Village
Aging is a team sport, let’s do it together! (members, volunteers, & families) Saturday, July 20, 11 am-2 pm. Barsotti Park, 16610 SW Blanton Street, Beaverton. Enjoy a potluck lunch (bring a dish to share), conversation, and games (bocci bal, bingo, etc.) RSVP appreciated.
Viva Village Events SENIOR LIVING Women’s Coffee (open to all) Tuesday, July 2, 10 am. Jim & Patty’s Coffee, 4130 SW 117th Ave, Beaverton.
Men’s Coffee Break
Thursday Night Social
(open to all) Sturday, July 6, 9:30 am. Lowami Hart Woods, 14895 SW Hart Rd, Beaverton. RSVP recommended. For information, visit the website calendar at vivavillage.clubexpress.org.
(open to all) Thursday, July 18, 6-9 pm. The Lodge at Cascade Brewing, 7424 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, Beaverton. (elevator to upstairs dining area) RSVP recommended.
Dine Around Beaverton & Beyond (members/volunteers/guests) Wednesday, July 10, 1 pm. The Peppermill, 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Beaverton.
Quilters and Knitters (members & volunteers) Thursday, July 11, 1-3 pm. Private home in the Westbrook neighborhood. Enjoy sharing ideas and expertise while working on personal projects. RSVP for the address.
Village 101 Presentation (open to all) Saturday, July 13, 10-11:30 am. Elsie Stuhr Center, 5550 SW Hall
Blvd, Beaverton. Information for prospective members and/or volunteers. Call for information.
Village Forum (open to all) Monday, July 15, 2-3:30 pm. First United Methodist Church, Fireside Room. 1255 SW 4th St, Beaverton. Mary Daggett, a member of River West Village, will speak on the enjoyable and safe use of social media. RSVP recommended.
(members/volunteers) Friday, July 19, 1-3 pm. Join others who enjoy this classic game for an afternoon of cards and conversation. No experience necessary. Private home in West Beaverton. RSVP for address and to reserve a place.
Treasure Hunters (members and volunteers) Friday, July 19, 8:30 am. Join others who enjoy bargain shopping for a visit to the Annual Four Seasons Garage Sale. RSVP appreciated.
Viva Village Annual Picnic
(open to all) Tuesday, July 23, 10-11. Ki Coffee (formerly Solace & Fine Espresso), 4655 SW Grifﬁth Dr, #160, Beaverton. Call for info.
Interest Group for Gardening Enthusiasts (members and volunteers) Tuesday, July 23, 10:30 am. Washington Park Internatioinal Rose Test Gardens, 400 SW Kingston Ave, Portland. Visit the Rose Garden, then enjoy a bag lunch picnic in the Garden ampitheater. RSVP for information and carpooling.
Interpretive Center, 990 SW Rock Creek Drive, Stevenson, WA. Visit the museum, followed by lunch at Skamania Lodge (1131 SW Skamania Lodge Way, Stevenson, WA 08648). Meet at the Viva Village ofﬁce at 10 am for carpooling (4905 SW Grifﬁth Dr, Beaverton). RSVP required.
Village Night at the Hops (members and volunteers) Wednesday, July 31, 7:05 game time. Ron Tonkin Field, 4460 NE Century Blvd, Hillsboro 97124. Enjoy an evening of baseball and fun with Portland area Village members and volunteers. Tickets $16. RSVP by June 25 to reserve a space and pay bye June 28. For more information, visit the website calendar.
Viva Village Book Club (open to alll) Tuesday, July 23, 6-8 pm. Private home in West Beaverton. Book Selection: Fireﬂy Lane by Kristen Hannah. RSVP for the address and to reserve a space.
History Interest Group (members and volunteers) Wednesday, July 24, 10 am-5 pm) Columbia Gorge
For more Information or to RSVP, email vivavillageevents. org or call 503-746-5082. To see a complete list of April events, go to vivavilllage.org; click on Calendar.
Out & About: Washington County Visitors Association
Washington County Event Calendar OUT & ABOUT
Dressage at DevonWood July 20 through 22 – DevonWood Equestrian Centre (Sherwood) dressageatdevonwood.com
Sherwood Saturday Market Through September 28 (Saturdays) – SW Pine Street sherwoodmarket.blogspot.com
OMSI Star Party: Lunar Viewing July 20 – Stub Stewart State Park (Buxton) omsi.edu/starparties
Hillsboro’s Saturday Farmers Market
Sundown Grand Ol’ Country Festival
Through October 26 (Saturdays) – Downtown, hillsboromarkets.org
July 28 – McMenamins Grand Lodge (Forest Grove) mcmenamins.com
Hillsboro’s Sunday Farmers Market Through October 27 (Sundays) – Orenco Station, hillsboromarkets.org
Tigard’s Sunday Farmers Market
Washington County Fair
Through October 27 (Sundays) – Main Street tigardfarmersmarket.org
Forest Grove Farmers Market
Drink Pink Rose’ Festival
Sherwood Robin Hood Festival
Through October 30 (Wednesdays) – Downtown Forest Grove adelantemujeres.org
July 13 – Patton Valley Vineyard with 24 participating wineries (Gaston) pattonvalley.com
July 19 and 21 – Old Town Sherwood www.robinhoodfestival.org
Annual Berry Festival
Helvetia Lavender Farm Festival
Ten Tiny Dances
July 12, 13 and 14 –Helvetia Lavender Farm (Hillsboro) helvetialavenderfarm.com
July 13– SW 5th Street (Beaverton) beavertonoregon.gov
July 4 – Smith Berry Barn (Hillsboro) smithberrybarn.com
Hillsboro Rotary 4th of July Parade
Hagg Lake Triathlon, Duathlon & AquaBike
July 4 – Downtown Hillsboro hillsbororotary.org
July 20 and 21– Hagg Lake (Gaston) whyracingevents.com
Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration
Toast to the Tunes
July 4 – Tigard High School tigard-or.gov/community/events.php www.BeavertonResourceGuide.com
July 11 and 25– Oak Knoll Winery (Hillsboro) oakknollwinery.com/events.asp
Concours d’Elegance July 21 – Paciﬁc University (Forest Grove) forestgroveconcours.org
18th Annual Northwest String Summit July 18 through 21 – Horning’s Hideout (North Plains) stringsummit.com
July 25 through 28 – Washington County Fair Complex (Hillsboro) bigfairfun.com
Annual Roadhouse Brewfest July 20 – McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse (Hillsboro) mcmenamins.com
Celebrate Hillsboro July 20– Downtown Hillsboro hillsboro-oregon.gov
Beaverton Night Market July 20 – Beaverton Round beavertonoregon.gov
The Tualatin Valley is a short drive from Portland and is home to nationally renowned golf courses, award-winning wineries, tax-free shopping, agricultural experiences, outdoor recreational activities and more. With a combination of suburban and rural settings, the Tualatin Valley offers an unparalleled experience for all travelers. (Visit tualatinvalley.org/events-festivals)
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Beaverton Farmers Market Map & Vendor Stories Cranberry Kitchen
BEAVERTON Farmers Market
For vendor location, visit Info Booth #63
Saturdays: May - November (8am - 1:30pm) Located on SW Hall Blvd (between 3rd & 5th Streets) www.beavertonfarmersmarket.com
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134 Gresser Vineyard 142 Flooded Fox Den Distillery
133 Wild Roots Spirits
143 Freeland Spirits
131 Drink Shrub
149 Thinking Tree Spirits 148 Price Right Farm
150 Felton & Mary Artisan Foods
164 Eleniâ€™s Kitchen
To Key Bank and Farmington Rd
165 Miami Nice
167 Tipping the Scales Vegan Bakery
129 CJâ€™s Nursery 129 Black Dirt Farm 127 Early Mom
90 Rose City Pepperheads
88 DeNoble's Farm Fresh Produce
87 Lion & Roses Handmade Soap
126 Essance Skincare
85 Lonely Lane Farms
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What’s Happening Around Beaverton This Month? Learning L i Corner: C Love L Your Y Library Lib
Library Programs LEARNING CORNER Aloha Community Library Association
to play Fortnite with your friends or try out some new tech gadgets, the Teen Tech Lab is for you! We’ll provide laptops, robots, makey makey boards, and more. Just bring yourself and come ready for some fun! For teens in grades 6-12 only.
Sit n Stitch: Mon 7/8 & 7/22 at 6-7:30pm | Thu 7/18 at 1:30-3pm. Bring your knitting, crochet, or other yarn project, and come join the Sit n Stitch group! Trade tips or simply enjoy the company of fellow crafters while you work on your latest creation. All events are free. Become an ACLA member! Visit alohalibrary. org/donate for more information. 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Suite 26A, Aloha | 503-259-0185 The Aloha Community Library will be closed all day Wed 7/4 in observance of Independence Day. Support your local library! Visit alohalibrary.org for more information about volunteering, donating, becoming an association member, and more. Sign up for Summer Reading! All ages can stop by the library to sign up through July 31st to participate.
Create-A-Constellation: through August We’ve updated our constellation display to show a different part of the night sky! Stop by any time during open hours this summer and see what new constellations you can spot or design. Outline a constellation you recognize, or come up with your own unique creations!
Family Storytime: Wednesdays at 10:30-11am. An interactive storytime for children and their grown-ups ﬁlled with stories, songs, rhymes, and activities geared toward getting kids ready to read. For ages 3-6 yr. Adults are expected to sit with children and participate.
Preschool Storytime: Wednesdays at 10:30-11am. An interactive storytime for children and their grown-ups ﬁlled with stories, songs, rhymes, and activities geared toward getting kids ready to read. For ages 3-6 yr. Adults are expected to sit with children and participate.
Tech Assistance: Tue at 4-6pm | Wed at 5-7pm. Need assistance with basic computer skills? We can help! Drop in during a regularly scheduled tech assistant session, or call to reserve a longer appointment (limit 1 hour per person).
Kelli Welli: Songs for Kids & the People Who Love Them Tue 7/2 at 11am-12pm. This interactive musical performance will encourage kids and their grown-ups to sing and dance and play along with songs that tell stories, teach tools, and celebrate the love we feel for the little people in our lives! For all ages. All children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
Teen Tech Lab: Tue 7/2 at 3:30-5pm. Whether you want
Reading Buddies: Mon 7/8 & 7/22 at 5-6pm. Need practice reading? Sign up for a session of Reading Buddies at the Aloha Community Library! Kids can improve their reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to a trained therapy animal. Read with a dog on second Mondays, or with a cat on fourth Mondays. Sessions are 15 minutes each between 5:00 and 6:00 pm. Please call or visit the library to register.
Takohachi’s Q-ensemble: Japanese Drum and Dance: Tue 7/9 at 11am-12pm. Join Portland’s favorite Japanese Taiko group “Q-ensemble” for an event ﬁlled with cultural, musical, and educational essences for children of all ages and their families. This show features powerful Taiko drums, beautiful bamboo ﬂute, unique Shamisen (three string), dance, story and more! For all ages. All children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
STEM Lab: Moon: Wed 7/10 at 2:30-4pm. Let’s learn about all things space this summer while we explore “A Universe of Stories.” Next up: the moon! We’ll learn all about the moon as we learn how craters are formed and construct cardboard moon habitats! For ages 5-13 yr. All children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
Citizen Science Mission: Space! Thu 7/11 at 4:30-5:30pm. Some science research projects involve huge amounts of data – more than professional researchers can sort through on their own. Join us this summer to spend some time helping to contribute to real academic research projects happening in the ﬁeld of astronomy! No specialized background, training, or expertise is needed to pitch in. For teens and adults.
Nathalia: Songs in English and Spanish: Tue 7/16 at 11am-12pm | Mar 16 de junio a las 11am-12pm. Children’s songwriter Nathalia uses a creative bilingual approach to engage families in an interactive musical performance. From themes like space exploration to cruising down the Amazon River, her infectious songs will have families singing, dancing, and even learning a little Spanish, in this fun multicultural experience! | Nathalia, cantautora Colombiana radicada en Los Angeles, California, utiliza su ingeniosa capacidad de mezclar el ingles y el español de una
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manera poética, rítmica, educativa y entretenida para los niños. Sus conciertos transportan a quienes lo escuchan a experimentar una variedad de aventuras musicales, desde un paseo por el Río Amazonas, explorar dinosaurios, hasta un viaje espacial, mientras cantas en los dos idiomas! Todos los niños deben estar acompañados de un adulto.
Germany in World War II, ﬁghting Nazi tyranny abroad and helping to end segregation in the Armed Forces at home. Join us to learn about these historically important pilots from dynamic speaker and author Sig Unander in a presentation that promises to engage, educate, and inspire you.
Thu 7/25 at 2-4pm. Enjoy family friendly science ﬁction movies from the past and present all summer long at the library! In July, get down with a 1990s favorite featuring Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes facing off in an epic basketball showdown against a devious team of outer space creatures. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
Family Movies In Space:
Tue 7/16 at 3:30-5:30pm. Did you know that the concept of folding paper has been used in space to build solar arrays? Join us to learn about the collapsible folding methods used in space from origami artist Yuki Martin! You’ll be able to try your hand at one of the folding patterns, as well as other spacethemed origami designs. For teens and adults. Spaces limited; please call or visit the library to register.
Nature Mobile: Wed 7/17 at 3:30-4:30pm. Drop in to learn about local ﬂora and fauna from the knowledgeable nature experts of Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District. For all ages. All children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
Anime Your Way:
Stars In Your Eyes: Fri 7/26 at 2-4pm. Join us each month this summer for an early afternoon matinée movie based on or inspired by the space program! July’s movie is a biographical drama based on the true life of the ﬁrst person to walk on the moon. For teens and adults.
Aliens: Escape from Earth with Science Tellers
Thu 7/18 at 2-4pm. Anime Your Way is a comprehensive step by step drawing program developed over 10 years by former Simpsons artist Carlos Nieto III that teaches participants how to create and modify an anime character from scratch, no matter what their drawing level is! Using simple shapes and easy to understand instructions, participants will gain the knowledge and conﬁdence to create their very own unique anime characters. For tweens and teens ages 10 to 18.
Tue 7/30 at 11am-12pm. During a midnight meteor shower, something mysterious falls from the sky toward Earth — but it’s not a shooting star. Two curious kids venture into the forest to investigate and ﬁnd themselves mixed up with a family of visitors from another planet! Don’t miss this action-packed and educational alien adventure using science experiments for special effects. It’s totally out of this world! All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
Beaverton City Library
Sat 7/20 at 12:30-3pm. Drop in for a quiet place away from home to hit your word count goal, or to socialize with other local writers. You bring the talent and we’ll provide the tea, snacks, and quiet – not to mention a whole building full of research material and inspiration!
LEGO Free Play: Wed 7/24 at 2:30-4pm. Ages 5-13 yr. Come explore your creativity with LEGOs every 4th Wednesday of the month! Spend the afternoon creating masterpieces out of the legendary colorful building blocks. We’ll provide the LEGOs, you provide imagination! All children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
Red Tail Angels: Legendary American Aviators: Wed 7/24 at 6:30-7:30pm. The ﬁrst black ﬁghter pilots to ﬂy and ﬁght for their country, the “Red Tail Angels” blazed a trail of glory in the frozen skies over
Sing-along Movie: The Lion King 7/18 | 2-3:30pm | Auditorium | All ages; children under 10 must be accompanied by adult. Hakuna matata! Come sing along to this animated 1994 classic in which a young lion just can’t wait to be king.
Teen Programs at Main Outdoor Games & Tie-dye 7/19 | 1-2:30pm | South Lawn | Grades 6-12. Join us on the front lawn for light snacks and outdoor games, like croquet. Bring an article of clothing to tiedye!
Adult Programs at Main Explore! Interactive Program for Adults & Teens with Disabilities 7/3 | 3-4:30pm | 2nd Floor Classroom. Join us for activities that explore themes related to science, technology and art. This program is for adults and teens (14+) with developmental disabilities and their caregivers. For more information, contact Beth Gilbert at 503-350-3618.
Three-minute Thespians 7/8 | 6:30-7:30pm | Auditorium. Is your inner actor aching to perform? Come read scenes with us! No experience required, just enthusiasm and willingness to participate. We’ll take turns reading two- to three-minute scenes from a variety of plays with other actors. Don’t sweat the spotlight - it’ll be fast and fun!
Trivia Night: BEEverton Edition at BG Food Cartel
Our Place in Space: Tue 7/23 at 11am-12pm. All ages. Ever wonder how Earth ﬁts in among the other planets, stars, and galaxies? Join the Museum of Natural and Cultural History for science experiments and fun activities to explore what makes our planet special and discover how we can help keep it that way. All children must be accompanied by an adult (minimum 1 adult per 5 children).
7/16 | 3-4pm | Meeting Room B | Ages 3-8 with adult. In a galaxy far, far away, galaxy playdough and space-themed crafts abound!
12375 SW 5th St., Beaverton www.BeavertonLibrary.org 503-644-2197 All events are free. Registration, where noted, is one month in advance.
Children’s Programs at BCL Main Walkable Solar System 7/1 – 8/31 | All ages. Take a tour of the solar system! Pick up a map and directions at the library, then visit the sun and all eight planets on this scale-model half-mile walk around Beaverton. Travel on your own time and at your own speed for this self-directed, selfpaced, interplanetary adventure!
Balloon Rockets 7/8 | 1-3pm | Meeting Rooms A & B | Grades K-5 with family. How fast and how far will your balloon rocket ﬂy?
Galaxy Playdough & Outof-this-world Crafts
7/9 | 7-8:30pm | BG Food Cartel: The Speakeasy. Join us for a lively night of trivia at BG Food Cartel, hosted by library staff! Test your knowledge on a whole host of topics, from pop culture to sports, history to literature. Play in teams of up to six, or play by yourself. Come early to get a good seat. Win prizes! wits! Eat, drink and be merry!
Death Cafe 7/18 | 1:30-3:30pm. Talk about death. Learn about life. Death and dying aren’t often talked about, but they touch us all. Join us for a cup of coffee or tea and a snack as we explore these themes in a relaxed and safe environment. This program is presented in partnership with Washington County Disability, Aging & Veteran Services, the Beaverton Center for Mediation and Dialogue, and the Beaverton Committee on Aging. More information about Death Cafes can be found at www.deathcafe.com.
Recommended Reads: “Warlight” 7/23 | 6:30-7:45pm | Cathy Stanton Conference Room. Fiction, non-fiction, super popular or a little more obscure - we read it all and discuss at this friendly and lively book group. Join us even if you haven’t finished the entire book.
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Looking for Something to Do? Get Out & About! BEEverton B BEE Bee F Fest 7/28 | 1-3pm | Meeting Rooms A & B | All ages. Learn all about bees and how you can help these treasured pollinators. Meet urban beekeepers, get your gardening questions answered, and learn to build a mason bee house for your yard. Vendors will be selling honey and related products. Families, join us for storytime at 1:30 and 2:30.
Children’s & Teen Programs at BCL Murray Scholls All About the Sun 7/8 | 4-5pm | Grades K-5 with family. Come join us as we learn about our sun with some fun crafts and activities.
Game Truck 7/9 | 4-6pm | Grades 6-12. Loaded with a massive library of video games, a climate-controlled game theater is pulling up to the library this summer! We’ll see you in the parking lot between the library and 24 Hour Fitness!
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Crafternoon Tea Wednesday, July 3 , 2-4 pm. Location: GHCL Annex. Bring your own craft project to work on, and enjoy the company of fellow craft enthusiasts! All levels are welcome. Tea is provided.
Tuesday Night Nourishment book group Tuesday, July 9, 7-8:30 pm. GHCL Annex. Selection: Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders. Synopsis: Traces a night of solitary mourning and reﬂection as experienced by the 16th president after the death of his eleven-yearold son at the dawn of the Civil War.
Board Game Night Wednesday, July 10, 6-9 pm. Location: GHCL Annex. Come play board games. New selection provided each month. Participants are also invited to bring their own games to share.
7/13 | 4-5pm | Grades K-5 with family. Read in style with these out-of-sight bookmarks!
Wednesday, July 17, 2-4 pm. Location: GHCL Annex. Bring your own craft project to work on, and enjoy the company of fellow craft enthusiasts! All levels are welcome. Tea is provided.
Garden Home Community Library
All library events are free and open to anyone. No library card required. Unless otherwise noted, events take place at the GHCL Annex (7306 SW Oleson Rd) across the street from the library. 503-245-9932. www.gardenhomelibrary.org Summer Reading Program through 8/31. All ages can sign up, log their reading and potentially earn prizes. Stop in the library to ﬁnd out more.
All Ages Events Film Night: Flight of the Butterﬂies Friday, July 19, 6-7 pm. GHCL Annex. Flight of the Butterﬂies (PG-13, 2012, 40 min.) unveils the journey of thousands of millions of monarch butterﬂies as they make their ongoing multi-generational migration across North America.
Ukulele Jam Saturday, July 20, 11 am-12 pm. Location: GHCL Annex. Sing, strum, and enjoy the music at our monthly Saturday morning ukulele jam. Bring your own ukulele or try one of ours-- we have several ukuleles available for use on a ﬁrst-come basis and we also offer ukuleles for checkout through our Library of Things: https://tinyurl.com/y8xgfmth.
Adult Events Nerd Night: Trivia for Adults Tuesday, July 2, 6:30-8:30 pm. GHCL Annex. Come test your knowledge - solo or in a team – and ﬁnd out who knows the most. Five varying sets of trivia, inwww.BeavertonResourceGuide.com
Garden Gnomes du plume - a Writer’s Group Tuesday, July 23, 6:30-8:30 pm. GHCL Annex. Our small group (limited to 15 people), meets monthly on the 4th Tuesday of each month (except December). Topic changes monthly; group is led by group members. Monthly writer’s prompt and agenda is sent 7 days before the meeting. If you are interested in attending or learning more, register in person or by phone (503-245-9932).
Documentary screening: Just Eat It Tuesday, July 30, 6:30-8:30 pm. GHCL Annex. In partnership with Washington County Solid Waste & Recycling, we’ll screen the documentary Just Eat It (74 minutes) with a brief discussion after.
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Book Babies, Tues at 10am Family Storytime, Thurs, 11am Drop In Crafts, Sat 10am – Noon Tiempo de Cuentos* / Spanish Language Storytime* Domingos al mediodia / Sundays at noon. NOTE: The location may be different this month, check gardenhomelibrary. org for updated location
Nathalia N h li C Concert: S Songs iin English & Spanish Thursday, July 18, 11 am - Noon. GHCL Annex. Children’s songwriter Nathalia uses a creative bilingual approach to engage families in an interactive musical performance. From themes like space exploration to cruising down the Amazon River, her infectious songs will have families singing, dancing, and even learning a little Spanish, in this fun multicultural experience!
STEAM for Little Learners: Sink or ﬂoat (Ages 3-6) Wednesday, July 24, 11 am - Noon. Location: GHCL Annex. Join us for an experiment! Preschoolers are invited to help us ﬁnd out which objects sink and which objects ﬂoat by dropping them into water. There will be a chance to guess, and then drop objects into the sink to ﬁnd out! This activity is intended for children under the age of 6.
Q-Ensemble – Taiko drums, music, dance & storytelling Thursday, July 25, 11 am - Noon at the Garden Home Recreation Center Gymnasium. Join Portland’s favorite Japanese Taiko group “Q-ensemble” for an event ﬁlled with cultural, musical, and educational essences for children of all ages and their families. This show features powerful Taiko drums, beautiful bamboo ﬂute, unique Shamisen (three string), dance, story and more!
STEAM for Kids: Paper Circuit Crafts (Ages 6 – 12) Friday, July 26, 11am – noon, Location: GHCL Annex. Join us to make some fun cards and other art with LEDs to light up your creations! This is a hands-on making activity with small parts and some sharp edges.
Lego Creativity Club Saturday, July 27, 1 - 3 pm. Location: GHCL Annex. This is our regular visit from Master Builder Blair Archer. All children (who don’t eat LEGOs) are invited to come and play and build this weekend instead! Let’s build something fun together!
Pajama Story Time Wednesday, July 31, 6:30 – 7:30pm. Location: Main Library. Join us in the library for a fun sleepy story time in your pajamas! Bring a stuffed animal friend for songs, stories, snacks, and crafts!
Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
Special family events:
Pajama Story Time Wednesday, July 17, 6:30 – 7:30pm. Location: Main Library. Join us in the library for a fun sleepy story time in your pajamas! Bring a stuffed animal friend for songs, stories, snacks, and crafts!
Technology Open Lab Every Tue | 10am-12pm and Thu | 3-5pm Ages 18+. Tuesday meets downstairs near the reference desk. Thursdays meets upstairs in the meeting rooms
Story Time Cedar Mill Library. • Baby Time Mon Jun 10–Jul 22 | 11:30am (1:30pm Ages 0-1) • Fun for Ones Thu Jun 13–Jul 25 | 10:30am (11:30am Ages 1-2) • Family Storytime Tuesdays at 10:30 and 11:30 Ages 2+ • Saturday Storytime Sat, Jul 6, Jul 20, 10:30 –Ages 2+
Game Truck Sat Jul 13 | 2-4pm. Loaded with a massive library of video games, a climate controlled game theater will be at the Bethany Village Plaza on the last day of school! Enjoy life-sized Jenga and other games while you wait your turn!
Ikuze! Let’s Go, Anime Party!!! Teen: Jul 17 | 3-5pm. Interested in anime? Already a hardcore fan? Join Cedar Mill Library for our Anime Party! We will be watching anime, playing games, handing out prizes, making crafts, and more! Cosplay encouraged!
THPRD Nature Mobile Wise Owls Mon Jul 15, 10:30am-12pm Ages 5+. Find out what makes our local owls different from other birds and where to look for these nocturnal creatures when you are outside at night.
Bethany Library Read to the Dogs Tue Jun 4-Aug20 | 6-7pm. To register, drop by or call (503) 644-0043 ext. 112. Mon Jun 3- Aug 26 | 6-7pm Bethany Library. Registration required (503) 617-7323. School age children, who are beginning or struggling readers, can develop their skills in a relaxed, non-judgmental environment while reading to a therapy dog. Due to the popularity of this program, we ask that you please sign up for a maximum of two 30-minute session per quarter
Bethany Village Summer Concerts Thu Jul 11, 5-8pm All Ages. Join the library for music, fun crafts and activities at the annual Bethany Village Summer Concert series. THPRD Nature Mobile.
Corey Jenks Concert Thursday, July 11, 11 am - Noon. Location: GHCL Annex. Jenks creates super rad rock music for kids! You’ll dance with an awesome dinosaur, laugh at goofy original songs, and watch Jenks juggle all sorts of things. Bring the whole family and let’s party!
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Mon Jul 1-Sun Jul 7 | All Day All Ages. Bethany Library. A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it! One guess per child. • Cedar Mill Library (12505 NW Cornell Rd, (503) 644-0043) • Bethany Library (15325 NW Central Drive, Suite J-8, (503) 617-7323)
Home Depot Workshop Tue Jul 9 | 2-4pm Ages 6-10. Join us for a fun afternoon of building with the Home Depot kids workshop crew. Kids will take home their creation.
• Bethany Library Annex. Portland • Bethany Fountain 4720 NW Bethany Blvd • Catholic Church Community Center, 1280 NW Saltzman
Space Slime Wed Jul 17 | 2:30-4pm Grades K-5. Mix up a batch of ooey-gooey, super stretchy, surprisingly-not-that-sticky slime that’s out of this world!
Bethany Library Annex Draw Bugs, Bones, and Botany: Creating Art from the Natural World. Tuesday, July 16 – 6-7:30pm. Investigate and observe natural specimen such as animal skulls, insects, and plants to create detailed nature based artworks. All skill levels welcome! Teens, adults 13+. Limited space - registration required! Call (503) 617-7323
African Kora Wed Jul10 | 6:30pm All Ages. Sean Gaskell plays the West African Kora, a beautiful 21-stringed instrument that is native to the Mande peoples who live within the countries of Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea, and Guinea Bissau. The music is traditionally played by oral and musical historians known as Griots (Gree-ohs). While the Kora is only 300 years old, some commonly played songs can be traced back 800 years to the Mande empires’ founding. This performance will appeal to all ages.
Fun for Ones Storytime Tue Jun 11-Jul 16 | 9:30-10am Ages 1-2. Bethany Library Annex. Join us for songs, rhymes, stories and playtime while making new friends!
Dance Party & Craft Mon Jun 10-Jul 1 | 10:30-11:30am Ages 0-8. Fun and rhythmic music will have everyone moving and grooving at our new Dance Party for kids up to 8 years! Enjoy music for 30 minutes followed by an entertaining book reading and related craft. Don’t miss out on the fun!
Family Storytime Tue Jun 11-Aug 13 | 10:30-11am, 11:30-12am Ages 2-6 Stories, songs, puppets and fun for the whole family! Grownups are encouraged to join the fun by participating alongside the kids.
African Kora Wed Jul10 | 6:30pm All Ages. Bethany Library Annex. Sean Gaskell plays the West African Kora, a beautiful 21-stringed instrument that is native to the Mande peoples who live within the countries of Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea, and Guinea Bissau. The music is traditionally played by oral and musical historians known as Griots (Greeohs). While the Kora is only 300 years old, some commonly played songs can be traced back 800 years to the Mande empires’ founding. This performance will appeal to all ages.
Space Writing Camp Wed Jul 10 - Aug 7 | 10:30-11:30am
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What’s Happening Around Beaverton This Month? Library Events < - - Continued previous page Grades 3-5. Bethany Library Annex. Write upside down like an astronaut, play the constellation game and start your own out of this world story. Space Camp illuminates real-world applications of writing and reading! Each week will feature a different activity.
Catholic Church Community Center Angel Ocasio’s Comedy Show & More Wed Jul 10 | 10-10:45am St. Pius X Catholic Church Community Center, 1280 NW Saltzman. A wacky show ﬁlled with silly antics, magic, & fun sing-alongs as Angel plays his ukulele. Suited for children of all ages and their families. Bilingual Spanish and English.
Japanese Drum and Dance: Takohachi’s Q-ensemble Wed Jul 17 | 10:00-10:45 St. Pius X. Portland’s favorite Japanese Taiko group “Q-ensemble.” Powerful Taiko drums, beautiful bamboo ﬂute, unique Shamisen (three string), dance, story and more!
Songs in English and Spanish: Nathalia Wed Jul 24 | 10:00-10:45am St. Pius X Creative bilingual, interactive musical performance for families. From space
exploration to cruising down the Amazon River, Nathalia’s songs will have families singing, dancing, and even learning a little Spanish in this fun multicultural experience!
Mo Phillips Wed Jul 31 | 10:00-10:45am St. Pius X. Laugh, dance and write a song with Mo Phillips. Let’s see how silly we can be!
Bethany Fountain Nathalia: Songs in English and Spanish Mon Jul 15 | 10-10:45am All Ages. Bethany Fountain. Children’s songwriter Nathalia uses a creative bilingual approach to engage families in an interactive musical performance. From themes like space exploration to cruising down the Amazon River, her infectious songs will have families singing, dancing, and even learning a little Spanish, in this fun multicultural experience!
Takohachi’s Q-ensemble: Japanese Drum and Dance Mon Jul 8, Wed Jul 10 |10:45 All Ages. Bethany Fountain. Join Portland’s favorite Japanese Taiko group “Q-ensemble” for an event ﬁlled with cultural, musical, and educational essences for children of all ages and their families. This show features powerful Taiko drums, beautiful bamboo ﬂute, unique Shamisen (three string), dance, story and more!
Angel Ocasio’s Comedy Show & More Mon Jul 22 | 10-10:45am All Ages. Bethany Fountain. A wacky show ﬁlled with silly antics, magic, & fun sing-a-longs as Angel plays his ukulele. This show is perfectly suited for children of all ages and their families.
Giant OBOB Game Thu Jul 25 | 2-3:30pm Grades 3-5. Bethany Library Annex. Can you survive living with dinosaurs? Find out by playing a giant sized game based off the the book The Ark Plan by Laura Martin a OBOB book.
Red Yarn: Sharin’ Space with the Critters Mon Jul 29 | 10-10:45am All Ages. Bethany Fountain. Join award-winning Portland family performer Red Yarn & his lovable animal puppets on an exploration of space... shared space, personal space & safe space, that is! From forest to ﬁeld to farm, the Critters love to sing, dance & celebrate. But how do they keep themselves & each other safe when there’s a wild animal party going on? Through energetic folk songs, engaging puppet routines & interactive storytelling, Red Yarn & the Critters will help kids learn about respect, boundaries & safety in an inclusive community. Come join the party!
Out & About: Village Gallery of Arts
Educational art gallery ADULT CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS
With classes for both adults & kids
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OUT & ABOUT Cedar Mill Farmer’s Market Saturdays now through Oct. 12: The Village Gallery of Arts, as a member of the Cedar Mill Business Association, will have artists demonstrating at a booth between 9am and 2pm.
Featured Artist for July: Cheryl Carpentier “GotCrackers”
Recycled Art Show June 27 through July 25: All VGA members are invited to enter original works of art incorporating a recycled item or items. Artists are encouraged to exercise their imaginations as to substrate and materials! Prizes will be awarded and and a community business leader(s) will juror the show. The awards reception is open to the public and will be on Sunday, July 14 from 2 - 4pm at the Village Gallery of Arts.
Reception for Featured Artist and Crafter for July Meet the Featured Artist and Featured Crafter of the month! July 14, 2-4pm Come enjoy refreshments while browsing ﬁne art and crafts! • Featured Artist for July: Cheryl Carpentier - Acrylic Artist • Featured Crafter for July: Ellen Kelly - Fiber Purses
Classes and Workshops (for more details on each listing, please see our website, www.villagegalleryarts.org or call 503-644-8001)
YOUTH CLASSES Children’s Shodo 1-Day Workshops, Ages 6 - 14 years old. Dates: Monday July 1 OR Wed. July 10; Time: 1 - 3pm. Kids will learn the basic of how to write Japanese characters (Hiragana and Kanji) with the Japanese brush, paper and ink, and draw on your own style. In Shodo (Japanese calligraphy is kind of Zen) you concentrate on what you are writing and express your energy to your paper. You take home what you write.
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Adult 1-Day Workshops. Monday, July 1 OR Wed, July 10; 10am - 12pm. We will go over the basics: how to hold the brush and control the brush, getting to know with Japanese paper and Sumi inks. You will learn and practice basic Japanese calligraphy “Shodo” skills, through the meditative calligraphy process ﬁnding the balance between the mind and body. You will have nice pieces of artwork to take home with you at the end of the workshop.
Jo Reimer -- Collage Workshop: Building a Paper Landscape 1-day workshop. Monday, July 8, 9am1pm. Let’s make a landscape painting using collage. We’ll work on a horizonal format, thinking about the horizon, the sky, and the land, using papers from your collection. I’ll demonstrate the process, giving you a way to start and then turn you loose to make a painting based on either your memory, your imagination, or a favorite photograph.
Annie Salness -- Farmer’s Market-Inspired Painting Class in Oil or Acrylic Ages 11+ (children must be accompanied by a registered adult). 1-day session. Sat. July 13 or Aug 10, 9:30am - 3:30pm. The relaxed light-heartedness of the Farmer’s Market on Sat-
urday morning inspires creativity! We begin at Cedar Mill Farmer’s Market at 9:30am. You’ll spend an hour taking in the atmosphere, music, smells, scenes and people, and choose a colorful vegetable, fruit, or ﬂower to paint. We then head back to the Gallery where you’ll set up your individual still life with your chosen item. We’ll go over how to lay out your palette, choose brushes, and use lighting, tone and value in your painting. Then you’ll paint, with handson, personal instruction until the end of the session.
Mary Lehner -- Freshen Up Your Watercolor Painting 5 week course. Tuesdays: July 16, 23, 30, August 6 & 13; 9:30am - 12:30pm. Mary will demonstrate and discuss the journey from static to lively interpretations in watercolor. This class is not so much about technique as it is about letting the watercolor medium work to your advantage by slowly learning to “go with the ﬂow.” Students will: • Paint from landscape/seascape photo research supplied by the teacher and from still life elements; • Learn to “see” the subject matter in a new light; • Use looseness and color contrast to enhance dimensionality; • Use light, shadow, color reﬂection and composition to learn to paint in a visually expressive and interpretive style.
Virginia Sumner -Bookbinding Workshop Ages: 14 +, 1-day workshop. Sat, July 27, 9am - 12pm. This is a hands-on class culminating in the creation of a sturdy yet delightful journal. We will explore the case binding method. Construction will consist of two parts, creating the signature block and case. Along the way we will create signatures, sew signatures into a block, discuss glue options, add header band and optionally a ribbon page marker, create the covers and spine and ﬁnish the book as we attach the case and page block. The kits are prepackaged and there will be a variety of styles to choose from. For tools, glue and kit, please see website.
Please see our website for class and instructor information. Village Gallery is a non-proﬁt educational art gallery located at 12505 NW Cornell Road, Portland, next to the Cedar Mill Library. Hours: Monday–Saturday 10 am–4 pm; Sunday 12 pm–4 pm www.villagegalleryarts.org 503-644-8001
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Celebrate the 4th of July a little early with friends, good food and live entertainment! All ages welcome. 7/3, W, 11:30am-1:30pm, Patio, Cost: $5
Red, White & Blue Barbeque: The grill is hot, the drinks are cool, and we are partnering with The Ackerly at Timberland to make this summer’s barbecue the best yet! Join us for your choice of hamburger or brat, potato salad, chips, beverage and dessert.
For more info, visit Elsie Stuhr Center, 5550 SW Hall Blvd, (503) 629-6342.
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Fun & Games: Photography Contest
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The Beaverton Resource Guide would like reward local photographers who take great pictures of our community. If you see something interesting, funny or amazing, please send it to us and you could win an great prize from our sponsor, The Shutterbug.
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Word Puzzle Contest!
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About Kumon of South Beaverton: Welcome to Kumon, the worldâ€™s largest after-school math and reading program. The Kumon Method has helped millions of children achieve more than they ever thought they could. We believe it can help your child, too. At Kumon, your child will build skills that lead to success inside and outside the classroom while gaining a sense of conďŹ dence that will help them in the classroom and beyond. 32 â€“ Beaverton Resource Guide | Volume 9 - Issue 7 (July 2019)
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