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NTNA Sponsors Free Concerts at Mt. Tabor Park in July

The North Tabor Neighborhood Association is proud to sponsor Portland Park and Recreation’s free concerts at Mt. Tabor Park (SE 69th & Taylor St – Transit #15). The concerts happen every Tuesday in July. Each concert starts at 6:30 pm. Attendees are encouraged to pack a picnic dinner or dine with onsite vendors, bring a

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Circus Cascadia 10th Birthday Bash at Taborspace

Circus Cascadia helps participants of all ages and abilities build the skills and confidence necessary to unleash their creative potential.  You’re invited to their 10th birthday bash. Bring the whole family out to Taborspace Garden to celebrate!  Look for the yellow and white circus tent and join in the activities. Costumes encouraged so please flaunt your circus style, or have

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Agenda for the June 2016 Meeting of the Land Use and Transportation Committee

The agenda for the June Meeting of the NTNA Land Use and Transportation Committee is below. It is also available here. The meeting will be held on June 7, 2016 at New Heights Physical Therapy, 5736 NE Glisan Street from 6:30-8:00 PM. For more information, contact landuse@northtabor.org.

Changing asbestos rules force cancellation of annual cleanup

The regular spring cleanup held each year at Mount Tabor Middle School since 2000 won’t happen this year. Until March 30, the Mount Tabor Neighborhood Association and North Tabor Neighborhood Association had been planning to co-host the cheap reuse, recycling and trash drop-off as usual. But tighter restrictions from Metro and the state about disposal

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Portland Parks Offers Low Cost Natural Area Ecology Classes

Portland Parks & Recreation offers a new program: Explore Your Natural Areas This is an intergenerational, hands-on ecology program designed to educate about the plants, animals, insects, birds & geology at 10 different Portland Natural Areas. PPR staff is collaborating closely with local Natural Area ecologists to create active, engaging ecology lessons for people of

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