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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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NTNA Cancels Planned Block Party on Oregon Street

Earlier this year, North Tabor Neighborhood Association was awarded a grant from our neighborhood coalition, Southeast Uplift. The grant was to fund a neighborhood meeting, block party, and outreach materials explaining the “Promenade Park” concept that the North Tabor Neighborhood Association has been discussing for several years. Several neighbors disagreed with the concept and with

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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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Selecting and Promoting Diverse Tree Species

Join the Mt. Tabor and North Tabor Tree Team’s upcoming tree event: Selecting and Promoting Diverse Tree Species When: Saturday, June 4, 2016 10 am to noon  Where: Western Seminary, Bueermann Hall, Room 101                  5511 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97215  Learn how to find the right

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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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