Have you ever been curious about the Alameda Tuesday Club? Want to know more about the history of Alameda neighborhood? The January edition of the Hollywood Star features Alameda residents and takes a look back (way back) and how and when Alameda was formed. Meet some neighbors and read about Alameda business Garden Fever in the new edition here: Out and About in Alameda Karena Bennett brings her baby Nora to Garden Fever to shop for supplies to make holiday wreaths and other craft projects.
Parents mark your calendars for the upcoming Portland Public Schools open house days in February! Whether you will send your child to school for the first time in fall or have a returning student open house days are a great way to connect with school staff and preview changes for the coming year. Alameda neighbors are zoned for one of two great public schools Alameda (k-5) and Sabin (currently k-8). Alameda Elementary Open House Feb. 10, 9:30-10:45 am; 6:30-7:30 pm Sabin School Open House Feb. 2, 9-10 am Connect with schools on Facebook to follow updates here: Alameda Elementary Facebook and Alameda Parent Resource Page and Sabin Parent Facebook Group and Portland Public Schools Facebook Check PPS here for the full list of open house dates and to learn about the PPS lottery: Choosing-Your-School-2015-16_WEB
The Madeleine School, offers faith-based Catholic k-8 and along with the Madeleine Parish has been a part of the Alameda neighborhood for over 100 years, serving generations of Alameda families. The Madeleine School, with full-day kindergarten through 8th grade, invites you to join us for our Open House events. We are a faith-filled Catholic community committed to nurturing the growth of the whole child with weekly Mass, full-day kindergarten, before and after-school care, music, art, PE, middle school Spanish, daily hot lunch, after-school choir and strings orchestra, Tech Club, reading resource specialists, and an on-site counselor. Prospective Parent Information Night Monday, February 1 at 7pm Come hear all about the school from Principal Susan Steele, Father Mike Biewend and current parents. Visit the classrooms and enjoy conversations with current parents. Open House and Family Tours Tuesday, February 2 from 10am – 1pm Bring your child for a tour of the school and see the teachers and current students in action. The Madeleine School 3240 NE 23rd Avenue (entrance on NE 24th Avenue) 503-288-9197 | www.TheMadeleine.edu/school.
Inside the Winter 2015 Newsletter: The Alameda AirBnb Experience, Reflection of a Mid-Century Alameda Builder, Poetry, Gardening Tips for your Winter Garden, an Update from the Alameda Neighborhood Association Board and much more. https://www.luminpdf.com/viewer/i5ni6jpxBmfCiCDSK
Join your neighbors for a night of fun shopping on NE Broadway Thursday December 10. Participating merchants are holding special sales, free drinks and food specials. The event is sponsored by the NE Broadway Business Association. Details on participating merchants and deals here: http://www.nebroadway.com/index.php?page/annual_events
Enter through the mouth of the green monster–if you dare! On Halloween the Alameda Neighborhood Association is again hosting the very popular Alameda Haunted House–a spooktacular affair aimed at kids ages 4-12. Now in its third year, the haunted house is known in northeast Portland as not-to-be-missed Halloween attraction a for trick-or-treaters. Alameda Haunted House Saturday Oct. 31, 2015, 5-9 pm FREE 3900 block of NE 28th between Dunkley & Bryce Last year over 600 children and neighbors visited the Alameda Haunted House a for a frightfully good time with spooks, witches, haunting sounds, creepy sights and glowing other-worldly lights. This year organizers have added new themes, special effects and surprises. As always there will be lots of candy for trick-or-treaters! Haunted House will run rain or shine! Note: street closure of NE 28th Ave between Dunkley and Bryce in effect from 8 am on 10/31. Any donations will benefit Alameda neighborhood projects.
Alameda Spring Clean Up Saturday May 16 8:30am to 12:30pm At The Madeleine School Soccer Field parking lot $10 – small load $20 – large load Trucks to be negotiated 100% of proceeds to be used by the ANA on neighborhood issues Residential debris only What will we take General Garage junk Appliances Small amounts of concrete Mattresses Tires ($5 each) Computers and computer accessories (nominal per part charge to drop off) We Cannot Take Paint and other liquid solvents Yard Debris On Site “Too Good for the Dump” Flea-market Clothes, furniture, tools, art, toys, or whatever gets dropped off Non-recyclables will be dumped at Metro As much as possible will be given to Free Geek and Goodwill Dumping fees covered by Metro Volunteers needed! Please contact Charles Rice at email@example.com if you can spare an hour or two to help out