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By The Skanner News
Published: 03 June 2009

Portland Bulletin

Thursday June 4

WOMEN ON BIKES RIDE. Discover the wilds of Cathedral Park, Smith and Bybee Lakes, and the Columbia Slough on this 12-mile ride. Meet at Columbia Park-Columbia Cottage 4339 N. Lombard and Russet. 6 p.m. Helmets required. Water suggested.

Monday June 6

GRAND FLORAL PARADE. Be sure to get your seats early for the Portland Rose Festival's Grand Floral Parade. Be a part of Portland's tradition. Parade starts at 10 a.m. Memorial Coliseum to downtown Portland.

Sunday June 7

ROSE FESTIVAL SOARS INTO FINAL WEEKEND. Dress to impress as a princess or a pirate and get in FREE to Waterfront Village on Sunday June 7, 11 a.m.- 11 p.m. Costume contest and prizes awarded at 3 p.m. at the Dex World Rhythm Stage.

PASTOR'S 25TH APPRECIATION SERVICE. The members of the community A.M.E. Zion Church will honor Rev. Robert F. Kemp at a special service. All are invited to attend. 4 p.m. 3605 E. 13th St. Vancouver

Monday June 8

KEEP FAMILY TOGETHER. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Inc. You don't want to miss this meeting. Have your questions answered. 6:30– 8:30 p.m. Mallory Community Enrichment Center, 126 NE Alberta St.

Thursday June 11

CULTURE SHARING CONVERSATION. How does culture enrich our lives? Bring mementos or stories that express your cultural background, family traditions, or way of life. 6 – 8 p.m. Portland Baha'I Center 8720 N. Ivanhoe St.

Saturday June 13

HIRE- A-VET HIRING EVENT. If you are a military veteran looking for work, Worksource of Vancouver can help. 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. 5411 E. Mill Plain Blvd. Vancouver. For more info call 360-735-5020.



Seattle Bulletin

Thursday June 4

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT. Come and enjoy the movie "Transformers," projected on an inflatable movie screen. Entry is free for all families. There will be concessions at an affordable price. 6 – 7:30 p.m. High Point Community Center 6920 34th Ave. SW. For more info call 206-684-7422.

BASIC DISASTER PREPAREDNESS & SNAP PROGRAM. Seattle neighborhoods actively prepare (SNAP) programs are being offered to help you, your family and your neighborhoods. 6:30 - 8 p.m. Beacon Hill Branch Library 2821 Beacon Ave. S. For more info call 206-233-7123.

Friday June 5

SUNRISE ELEMENTARY PTA CARNIVAL. Jugglers, balloon artist, face painting, and Sunrise award winning steel drum band. Come and play. Hot dogs, shave ice, popcorn and more. Wristbands for $10 include the whole event. 6 – 9 p.m. 22300 132nd Ave. Kent

Saturday June 6

BMX RACING BIKE RALLY. Come out and learn the newest Olympic sport. BMX is a fun family sport. Come give it a try for FREE. Bring your bike and work with some professional BMX riders. Noon – 4 p.m. Seatac BMX Park. 1811 South 136th St.

BEACON HILL FESTIVAL. This event will feature a range of entertainment, local food, carnival games, bounce toys, and much more. Come join in on all the fun. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Jefferson Community Center. 3801 Beacon Ave. S. For more details call 206-684-7481.

Monday June 8

WORLD OCEANS DAY CELEBRATION. Learn more about the world's oceans during this special open house. 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Highline Community College Marine and Science Tech. 28203 Redondo Beach Dr. South Des Moines.

Tuesday June 9

FATHER'S DAY DANCE. Plan on attending this Father's day get together. Celebrate dad with sounds of swing. Big band favorites and all the standards will be performed for your dancing pleasure. Fee of $3 payable at the door. 2– 4 p.m. North Bellevue Comm. Center 4063 148th Ave. For more info call 425-452-7681.

Thursday June 11

MOVIE AFTERNOON – "MICROCOSMOS. You will encounter the most exotic of insects and the common ones also. You will also witness unbelievable details of their lives. All ages welcome. 3 – 5 p.m.  Pre-Registration required. 5808 Lakemont Blvd. SE Bellevue. Lewis Creek Park. For registration call 425-452-8885.

Friday June 12

SCHOOL'S OUT FAMILY SKATING PARTY. Celebrate the end of the school year by skating with family and neighborhood friends. 6:45 – 8:45 p.m. Alki Community Center SW Stevens St.

 

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