Article of the Week:
“Black Friday predictions: What should you buy?” a helpful guide for what to buy this Friday and what to wait for, from CNNMoney.
Monday, November 21st:
– Oregon Mission of Mercy, free dental clinic and care at the Oregon Convention Center, doors open at 4:00am! See web site for further details. (credit: Aroundthesunblog)
– The Oregon Encyclopedia History Night at McMenamins Mission Theater, 7:00pm with the presentation ” “Politics and Crime in Portland: Drug Enforcement in the 1980s, ” presented by Ray Tercek. Free.
Tuesday, November 22nd:
– Day 2 of Oregon Mission of Mercy, free dental clinic and care at the Oregon Convention Center, doors open at 4:00am! See web site for further details. (credit: Aroundthesunblog)
– Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with the Multnomah County Midland Library’s performance of “Raven Steals the Sun,” beginning at 4:15pm, free.
Wednesday, November 23rd:
– Free sack lunch concert at downtown Portland’s Old Church features Fleur-de-lis Trio performing Dvorak’s “Dumky” Piano Trio, 12:00pm.
Thursday, November 24th:
– PROPER 9th Annual Thanksgiving Feast, 12:00pm – 4:00pm at Celebration Tabernacle (8131 North Denver Avenue) offers a free Thanksgiving dinner with vegetarian options and live entertainment. Volunteers and donations welcome.
– Feast for Southeast, 2:00pm – 4:00pm at Mt. Scott Community Center, a grassroots event for the community put on by the community of neighborhoods encompassing Mt. Scott/Arleta, Woodstock, Brentwood/Darlington and Foster/Powell. Come attend or volunteer and meet your neighbors. Free.
– For other volunteer opportunities, please check out Hands on Portland.
– For other Thanksgiving related events for today and this week, take a look at these listings offered up by Oregonlive.com.
– Watch football, 9:30am with Green Bay vs. Detroit, 1:15pm with Miami vs. Dallas, and 5:20pm with San Francisco taking on Baltimore. Get the Oregonian and go through all the Black Friday ads. Enjoy the food, the company, give thanks and enjoy the day. Happy Thanksgiving!