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Friday
Oct
30
2015
Friday, October 30, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
Join the St. David's community for a Fall Harvest Auction & Dinner featuring live bluegrass music, kid's activities, a chili bar, and a silent auction! Some auction items include bread for a year, Portland Children's Museum admission, professional organizing services, a mini photo shoot, and 4lbs of locally smoked wild caught salmon! Purchase your tickets to this great event now at http://bit.ly/1WQSxkm or call the St. David's office at 503-232-8461. We can't wait to see you there! http://www.facebook.com/events/933094126757895/
Saturday
Jun
6
2015
Saturday, June 6, 2015 from 6:45-7:45pm
6:45-7:45pm
When has City Repair ever done things quietly?! Join us for an evening of boisterous bidding, sprightly supporters, and playful prizes at the Village Building Convergence LOUD Auction! Part of the Evening Programming at Central Venue (Hearth) for The Village Building Convergence 2015 (VBC), 15th Anniversary City Wide Celebration! Theme: Thrive It Up! Saturday, June 6 6:45 – 7:45pm Saint David of Wales Episcopal Church Free admission with a ticket to the Hearth Evening Program. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.villagebuildingconvergence.com/tickets Hosted by our very own animated auctioneer Bill Bradley! Bid on some TREMENDOUS TREASURES including: Spa getaways, yoga memberships, private vineyard tours, concert tickets, restaurant gift certificates, locally designed crafts, cooking classes, eco-home design consulting, dates with dashing City Repair team members, and MUCH MORE! All proceeds will provide provisions for our placemaking projects! Questions? Email marvelous auction maestro Marissa Mastors at auction@cityrepair.org The City Repair team thanks these generous supporters for their donations: The Academy Theater * Alive MMA *Aqua 4 Life * Archery Summit Winery * Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens *Beloved Festival *Bike Farm *Biwa * Black Rabbit Leather * Blue Sky Wellness Studio * Cinema 21 Portland Oregon * Deschutes Brewery * Dragon Flutes Rising * Zipper Erin * Flipside Hats *Frances Sarah Michaelson* From Marfa With Love * Ghost Sign Studios * Green Dog Pet Supply * Green Schoolhouse * Hollywood Theatre * House Spirits Distillery * Jarrod Zinn * Johan Vineyards * Laurelhurst Theater * Looptworks * Marissa & Nick Mastors * Mark Lakeman * New Deal Distillery * North Portland Yoga * Oregon Shakespeare Festival * Portland Culinary Workshop * Roots & Crowns PDX * Shanita King * Summer Lake Hot Springs * Ted Swagerty * The Bhaktishop Yoga Center * Twist Wine Company * Vinn Distillery * Wild Roots Vodka * Will Lillard * WillaKenzie Estate * Willamette Valley Vineyard * Wine Up on Williams * Yo Yo Yogi * Yoga Shala http://www.facebook.com/events/1384707588526069/
Saturday, June 6, 2015 from 6:15-7:15pm
6:15-7:15pm
When has City Repair ever done things quietly?! Join us for an evening of boisterous bidding, sprightly supporters, and playful prizes at the Village Building Convergence LOUD Auction! Part of the Evening Programming at Central Venue (Hearth) for The Village Building Convergence 2015 (VBC), 15th Anniversary City Wide Cel Saturday, June 6 6:15 – 7:15pm Saint David of Wales Episcopal Church Free admission with a ticket to the Hearth Evening Program ($20 for an entire evening of speakers, workshops, and music!). Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.villagebuildingconvergence.com/tickets Hosted by our very own animated auctioneer Bill Bradley! Bid on some TREMENDOUS TREASURES including: Spa getaways, yoga memberships, private vineyard tours, concert tickets, restaurant gift certificates, locally designed crafts, cooking classes, eco-home design consulting, dates with dashing City Repair team members, and MUCH MORE! All proceeds will provide provisions for our placemaking projects! Questions? Email marvelous auction maestro Marissa Mastors at auction@cityrepair.org The City Repair team thanks these generous supporters for their donations: The Academy Theater * Alive MMA *Aqua 4 Life * Archery Summit Winery * Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens *Beloved Festival *Bike Farm *Biwa * Black Rabbit Leather * Blue Sky Wellness Studio * Cinema 21 Portland Oregon * Deschutes Brewery * Dragon Flutes Rising * Zipper Erin * Flipside Hats *Frances Sarah Michaelson* From Marfa With Love * Ghost Sign Studios * Green Dog Pet Supply * The Green Schoolhouse * The Hollywood Theatre* House Spirits Distillery * Jarrod Zinn * Johan Vineyards * Laurelhurst Theater* LOOPTWORKS * Marissa & Nick Mastors * Mark Lakeman * New Deal Distillery * North Portland Yoga * Oregon Shakespeare Festival * Portland's Culinary Workshop * Roots & Crowns* Shanita King * Summer Lake Hot Springs* Ted Swagerty * The Bhaktishop * Twist Wine Company * Vinn Distillery * Wild Roots Vodka * Will Lillard * Willakenzie Estate * Willamette Valley Vineyards* Wine Up On Williams * YoYoYogi * Yoga Shala of Portland http://www.facebook.com/events/1384707588526069/
Tuesday
Jun
2
2015
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Time As Money: A Documentary Film About Time Banking will be screening at this year's The Village Building Convergence 2015 (VBC), 15th Anniversary City Wide Celebration! Theme: Thrive It Up! Time As Money is a documentary exploring time banking, a service exchange program that uses time as the currency. Time banking began in the 1980s while civil rights lawyer and former speechwriter for Robert Kennedy, Edgar Cahn, was lying in a hospital bed after a heart attack. This experience of feeling helpless, similar to the disenfranchised and unemployed, gave him the idea to create a new system of money as a tool to connect people and neighbors called time dollars. Time bankers find that not only does this complementary currency bring improvement to their lives, but it empowers them to create larger-scaled time bank projects, giving everyone involved ownership in the community. Time As Money was funded by time dollars. $0 federal dollars were needed in the making of this film. Director, Lenore Eklund, will open up a discussion after the film about time banking and about the PDX Time Bank. Lenore has taken on the role of PDX Time Bank coordinator since its restart a year ago. View the trailer at: https://youtu.be/ud5HVh500J0 Like on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/TimeAsMoney This screening is part of a program of events. $15 gets you admission to the movie and access to the other presentations that night. A full listing of the entire 10-day event can be seen at: http://www.villagebuildingconvergence.com/schedule/ http://www.facebook.com/events/1052615851434145/