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May 2015
$25/class

Series: How to Grow Your Own Produce (Warm-Season Crops, Edible Flowers, and Attracting Pollinators)

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
People's Co-op,
3029 SE 21st Ave, Portland, OR United States
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1 Tuesday per month, February 3rd – June 2nd, 2015
This workshop series is designed to help you maximize your yields and endeavors in the garden by providing an overview of key activities to engage in at the right time each month from February through November.
Facilitator Marisha Auerbach has spent many years observing and interacting in her garden and in the greater bioregion. She has been growing most of her own produce year round for the past decade. Each month, she …

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Admission is free; see website for tasting ticket prices

Festival: Cheers to Belgian Beers

May 8 - May 9
Metalcraft Fabrication,
723 N Tillamook Street, Portland, OR United States
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Cheers to Belgian Beers is back for its 9th year in 2015. The Belgian-style Ale Festival will feature a single yeast strain for the beers entered, determined by a dart throw to diversify the color and strength of the beers. When Portland’s Cheers to Belgian Beers started in 2007, it was to help introduce Oregonians to the breadth of style and flavors of beers brewed in Belgium. Since 2008, Oregon brewers have won medals in the Belgian-Style or Sour Ale …

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Festival: WhiskeyFest Northwest

May 8 - May 9
Unnamed Venue,
NW 17th & Front Ave, Portland, OR United States
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For the third year in a row, we’ll be creating an unprecedented ambience that will transform NW Portland! Come experience everything that the culture of whiskey has to offer while supporting a great cause – portion of proceeds benefit Be the Match Foundation and the Achon Uganda Children’s Foundation.

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$40

Class: Canning Basics: Jam

May 10 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Portland Homestead Supply Company,
8012 SE 13th Avenue, Portland, OR 97202 United States
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Let’s Make Berry Jam! It’s easy once you get the basics down, and we cover the Basics and much more.
In this Class you will learn how to make Jam from raspberries, (or blackberries, currants, dewberries, elderberries, gooseberries, huckleberries, tayberries, loganberries and mulberries)…The exact type of berry (berries?) we will work with in class will be determined by whats fresh in our area at the time.
Students will get ‘hands-on’ instruction, learning each step in the process to insure their success making …

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$15

Food Forum: Opening the Black Box: Rebuilding our food infrastructure to serve regional farmers and eaters

May 14 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Ecotrust Building: Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center,
721 NW 9th Avenue, 2nd floor, Portland, OR 97209 United States
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Everything we eat moves through an elaborate, multifaceted process that is little understood — we call it the food system. It appears removed from our daily lives, yet it impacts our environment, families, communities, and economies.
At the final event in this series, we dive into the unknown and unveil the results of a one-year study Ecotrust has undertaken to understand our region’s food infrastructure and identify obstacles to creating a robust regional food system.
We will then invite experts to discuss …

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$30 in advance/$35 day of

Tasting: 13th Annual Taste of Klamath

May 16 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Ross Ragland Theater,
218 N. 7th Street, Klamath Fall, OR 97601 United States
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It is the combination of fabulous food, delightful drinks, great weather (we hope), high spirits and the opportunity to do some “social networking” for patrons and vendors alike. It’s a chance for businesses to show off their very best and for guests to sample fare from places they may have been “meaning to try” or are regulars. This spectacular event, celebrating all that Klamath has to offer, is also a friend and fundraiser for The Ross Ragland Theater. The proceeds …

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$40

Class: Canning Basics: Jam

May 17 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Portland Homestead Supply Company,
8012 SE 13th Avenue, Portland, OR 97202 United States
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Let’s Make Berry Jam! It’s easy once you get the basics down, and we cover the Basics and much more.
In this Class you will learn how to make Jam from raspberries, (or blackberries, currants, dewberries, elderberries, gooseberries, huckleberries, tayberries, loganberries and mulberries)…The exact type of berry (berries?) we will work with in class will be determined by whats fresh in our area at the time.
Students will get ‘hands-on’ instruction, learning each step in the process to insure their success making …

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Run: Rum Run

May 24
Tualatin Commons,
8187 SW Tualatin Sherwood Road, Tualatin, OR 97062 United States
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Join us in 2015 for the race that started it all, the Rum Run! This race will transport you to the islands with a tiki torch lined finish, Caribbean music, and of course the “Rum Garden” after party! Join us for the 8th year of the Rum Run!
5k and 10k race distances
Kid’s “Tiki” Run
WE WELCOME
IPods – make sure you keep them low enough for you to hear Emergency Vehicles & Autos
Baby Strollers (please start at the back of the pack)
Fun, …

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June 2015
$25/class

Series: How to Grow Your Own Produce (Maintenance and Harvest)

June 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
People's Co-op Community Room,
3029 SE 21st Ave, Portland, OR 97202 United States
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1 Tuesday per month, February 3rd – June 2nd, 2015
This workshop series is designed to help you maximize your yields and endeavors in the garden by providing an overview of key activities to engage in at the right time each month from February through November.
Facilitator Marisha Auerbach has spent many years observing and interacting in her garden and in the greater bioregion. She has been growing most of her own produce year round for the past decade. Each month, she …

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$30 for pizza and wine

Pizza Making Party with Red Hills Market

June 27 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Winter’s Hill Vineyard,
6451 Hilltop Lane, Dayton, OR 97114 United States
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Love Pizza? Love Wine?
We love both! Red Hills Market is firing up their wood-fire oven, and driving it to the top of the hill for a delicious pizza making class with our Winter’s Hill Wine. You will get to work with the chef to create your own masterpiece, then sit down with a glass of wine to enjoy the day.
Their will be several sessions throughout the day beginning at 11:00am.
Each session will have up to 10 people and be about …

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July 2015
$220 per session. Includes morning snack, lunch and all materials

Class: Session 1: Art and Cooking around the world

July 6 - July 10
Bethany Lutheran Church,
4330 NE 37th Ave, Portland, OR United States
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Camp Colorwheel and Turnip the Heat Cooking present: Art and Cooking Around the World.
Our hands-on, 5-day summer camp explores world cultures through art, food, games, folktales and music. Each day we will discover a new country. Colorful art and craft activities will be led by Deena Raphael of Camp Colorwheel; Joanna Sooper of Turnip the Heat Cooking will help campers prepare and cook their own lunch and snacks inspired by the day’s global destination.
We’ll have outdoor time to soak up …

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$220 per session. Includes morning snack, lunch and all materials

Class: Session 2: Art and Cooking around the world

July 13 - July 17
Bethany Lutheran Church,
4330 NE 37th Ave, Portland, OR United States
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Camp Colorwheel and Turnip the Heat Cooking present: Art and Cooking Around the World.
Our hands-on, 5-day summer camp explores world cultures through art, food, games, folktales and music. Each day we will discover a new country. Colorful art and craft activities will be led by Deena Raphael of Camp Colorwheel; Joanna Sooper of Turnip the Heat Cooking will help campers prepare and cook their own lunch and snacks inspired by the day’s global destination.
We’ll have outdoor time to soak up …

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$220 per session. Includes morning snack, lunch and all materials

Class: Session 3: Art and Cooking around the world

July 20 - July 24
Bethany Lutheran Church,
4330 NE 37th Ave, Portland, OR United States
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Camp Colorwheel and Turnip the Heat Cooking present: Art and Cooking Around the World.
Our hands-on, 5-day summer camp explores world cultures through art, food, games, folktales and music. Each day we will discover a new country. Colorful art and craft activities will be led by Deena Raphael of Camp Colorwheel; Joanna Sooper of Turnip the Heat Cooking will help campers prepare and cook their own lunch and snacks inspired by the day’s global destination. We’ll have outdoor time to soak …

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