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Published: 12 December 2007

Portland December 2007
CLIMATE SUMMIT hosted by Trillium Charter School presents students' projects and presentations about climate change issues and solutions. Guest speakers, free materials. 6:30–8 p.m., 5420 N. Interstate Ave.
NEW NORTH PORTLAND LIBRARY HEARING 9:30 a.m. Multnomah County boardroom, 501 S.E Hawthorne.
COMPUTER LAB for beginners at the North Portland Library, Noon-3:30 p.m. Basic assistance with writing reports, creating résumés, email and more. For more info call 503-988-5394.
LEAF DEPOTS, leaf recycle sites where you can bring yard leaves for recycling for a nominal fee, will run through Dec. 15. Depots are open on either Saturday or Sunday each weekend. For more info call 503-823-1784.
YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING hosted by Youth Board of Camp Fire USA is open to all interested teens become informed, make an impact in their community.10:30 a.m. United Way Board Room, 619 SW 11th Ave. For more www.portlandcampfire.org.
HARPIST FROM THE HOOD, Destiny and violinist, Tarika, on their "Birth of a Savior" tour will be performing at Izogie's Fine Dining at 1301 N.E. Dekum St. Reserve your seats and bring the family. For more times call 503-289-8195.
FESTIVAL OF THE LAST MINUTE Portland Saturday Market open everyday until Christmas Eve. Located in historic Old Town at the Skidmore Fountain MAX station, 11 am-6 pm.
MONDAY MOVIE MADNESS presents "Joyeaux Noel" (France, 2005), a story of unlikely peacemaking on Christmas Eve during WWI. 8:30 p.m. at Pix Patisserie 3901 N. Williams Ave.
53RD CHRISTMAS SHIP PARADE on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Between 55 and 60 boats sailing every night through Dec. 20.
GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE  at the American Red Cross. Bring in up to three boxed gifts to your appointment and volunteers will wrap for free. Through Dec 24th, 3131 N. Vancouver. For more info call 503-284-4040.
SBA'S LIVE WEB CHAT SERIES on "Year-End Tax Savings for Small Business Owners" with V.P. of Taxation, Thomas P. Ochsenschlager. 1-2 p.m., ET. Go to www.sba.gov, and click "Online Business Chat."  You may post questions for Ochsenschlager before the chat by visiting http://app1.sba.gov/liveMeeting/dec07/
TOYZ IN THE HOOD Tragedy 503 with www.JusFamilyRecords.com presents Hip Hop show at Rock N Roll Pizza, 112th & S.E. Powell, 7 p.m. door, 8 p.m. show. All ages. Free admission with the donation of a toy to be donated to the Salvation Army.
PCC WOMEN'S BASKETBALL21st—PCC vs. Grays Harbor at 3 pm. PCC Cascade, 705 N Killingsworth St. For more info visit www.pcc.edu.

COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS PARTY at Po'Shines: Cafe de la Soul. Live music, free food and drink to support the community dialogue in Kenton. 6–10 p.m., at 8139 N. Denver. For more info call 503.286.2590.
TOY GIVE AWAY Genesis Community Fellowships Church will host the Portland Labor Council & AFL/CIO toy give-away. Noon-4 p.m., 27th and N.E. Killingsworth St. For more info call Mark at 503-281-9472.
BENEFIT SHOW for the NE Emergency Food Program hosted by the Tonic Lounge, 3100 N.E. Sandy, 9 p.m., to raise food, clothing and money. Entrance fee is $6, 3 books, or 3 items of food or clothing.
AFRICAN CHILDREN'S CHOIR concert to feature a mixture of traditional spirituals and contemporary songs. Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 18865 S.W. Johnson St. Aloha, 11 am.
FAMILY DISCOVERY SUNDAYS through Jan. 2008.  Drop by The Lab between 1 pm-4 pm to enjoy hands-on, intergenerational art-making activities led by local artists. Free and open to all ages. Materials provided. Museum of Contemporary Craft,
724 Northwest Davis St.  For more info call 503-223-2654.

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LIGHTS ON PEACOCK LANE SE 40th Ave. located between SE Stark & SE Belmont Streets. For more info visit www.peacocklane.net

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