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June, 2021

Tuesday
1
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6:30 PM Online Nerd Night: Trivia for Adults

Test your knowledge – solo, with your own team of family or friends, or as a member of the River West Village Triviots – and find out who knows the most. Prizes for the most and least points at the end of the night. Check out the Garden Home Library’s Facebook page for this month’s topics.

Chris Robinson and Lyn Trainer are looking for Triviot Team members. Categories change monthly, but music (name the artist and title) and current events are regulars. We could use your help. Prizes for the most and least points at the end of the night.

Pre-register, https://wccls.bibliocommons.com/events/5fcff0eb5e8c0f2400fcfe6e You will receive meeting details and an answer form Tuesday morning. The Triviots will collaborate by conference call. Contact Lyn Trainer, info@riverwestvillage.org, with your phone number to be part of the conference call.

For more information and to see the link to the Nerd Night pre-registration, click on this event.
Wednesday
2
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: IN-PERSON OUTDOOR EVENT! Starting on Wednesday, June 2nd the Men’s Coffee will be an outdoor, in-person social gathering in the patio area at the rear of the Multnomah Arts Center (MAC). We will revert back to a Zoom gathering only if rainy weather is predicted.

The patio area is at the rear of the Center adjacent to the Senior Center and the parking lot (that can be entered from SW 31st Ave, between Capitol Highway and Multnomah Blvd). Please bring a folding chair, your favorite beverage, food, a face mask, sunscreen, warm clothing, etc.! A picnic table also may be available for our use.

The address of the MAC is 7688 SW Capitol Highway, just 2 blocks E of downtown Multnomah Village – park in the MAC lot. As of June 2nd, the MAC is not open and therefore bathrooms are not available. However, coffee and bagel shops are just across Capitol Hwy from the MAC. We will observe CDC recommendations for masks and distancing.

Please contact John Dougherty if any questions: jdougherty-villages@earthlink.net Please check this RWV website calendar on Wednesday morning for any last-minute changes to these outdoor plans. We will be looking for suitable indoor coffee space for future meetings.

Click on this event for Google Map to in-person gathering location. If rainy weather, information on how to use Zoom is provided. Location updates will appear in the RWV website calendar and via email.

Wednesday
2
Garden Home Recreation Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - Outdoors In-Person

We are going to dress for the weather and meet in-person outdoors at the Garden Home Recreation Center, 7475 SW Oleson Rd, for good company and conversation. Upon entering the parking lot, turn right and park near the playing fields at the north end of the building. You will see the covered area. Bring your favorite beverage, a chair and warm, comfortable clothing.

Click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Friday
4
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday starting on April 2nd.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
4
Gabriel Park under the trees
[across the street from 7160 SW 37th Ave]
4:00 PM
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Happy Hour - Every Friday

Virtual or in the park? We’ve had such a good time in the park, we’ll gather there if the weather is decent. If it is damp and cold, we’ll revert to virtual happy hour. Expect an update weekly on Wednesday or Thursday.

On nice days, join us under the trees in Gabriel Park where 37th Avenue deadends into Nevada Court. Bring your lawn chair and a snack. We will continue to observe CDC and county COVID guidelines for small, outdoor gatherings. [Click on this event for Google Map to Park location.]

If the weather is adverse and the Happy Hour will be via Zoom, click on this event for the Zoom link!
Sunday
6
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Learn to Lawn Bowl - Free Outdoor Event

Rivers East Village offers all villagers an opportunity to participate in Learning to Lawn Bowl, an outdoor event at Westmoreland Park*. This is a great opportunity to get outside and enjoy some fresh air, maybe some sun and gentle physical activity with a FREE introductory lesson.

Registration is required. Visit Rivers East’s website for details and to RSVP [https://www.riverseastvillage.org/events/897-learn-to-lawn-bowl---free-outdoor-event].

For more information, contact 971-808-2340 or info@riverseastvillage.org.

* SE McLoughlin Blvd and Bybee Blvd,Portland OR 97202 Click on this event for Google Map to Westmoreland Park.
Monday
7
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Monday
7
Online via Zoom
2:30 PM
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RWV Art Club - via Zoom

The Art Club gets together twice a month to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Get together online with Shelly Radovich and fellow artists to show and tell what you’ve been working on while staying safer at home.

Click on this event for Zoom link.
Wednesday
9
Garden Home Recreation Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - Outdoors In-Person

We are going to dress for the weather and meet in-person outdoors at the Garden Home Recreation Center, 7475 SW Oleson Rd, for good company and conversation. Upon entering the parking lot, turn right and park near the playing fields at the north end of the building. You will see the covered area. Bring your favorite beverage, a chair and warm, comfortable clothing.

Click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
9
Online via Zoom
10:00 AM
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - Informal Social Event

The weather forecast for Wednesday morning is for rain and temps in the low to mid 60s. So, this Wednesday‘s meeting will be via Zoom.

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Click on this event for the Zoom link to join the Men‘s Coffee online.
Wednesday
9
Garden Home Recreation Center (under the covered area by the field)
12:30 PM
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RWV Salon - Emergency Preparedness - CHANGE TO IN-PERSON OUTDOOR EVENT

The Salon on June 9th will be held outside (under the covered area by the field) at the Garden Home Recreation Center, 7475 SW Oleson Rd. If the weather is nice we may move out into the sun. When you turn from Oleson Rd into the GHRC, turn right and park in that parking lot. Bring a chair and your sunscreen!

Description: Here’s the challenge: If a major emergency event happens in the city of Portland, such as an earthquake, volcano, pandemic, power grid failure, terrorist attack, storm or wildfire, Portland city resources most likely won’t be immediately available to help our local community. As a neighborhood, we should plan and prepare to be on our own resources for up to three weeks.

Patrick Murphy of Ashcreek/Crestwood Neighborhood Emergency Team will talk to us up Emergency Preparedness. There will be time for questions.

Please email Heather at hlbryan@mac.com if you have questions.

Click on this event to see Google Map to the GHRC Salon.
Wednesday
9
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Medicare 101 - WLLO Village Online Info Session

Are you taking full advantage of Medicare? Join us for an information session about the maze of Medicare, how the different parts work, how Medicare Advantage plans and Supplements work, and get all of your questions answered.

This session is for people aging into Medicare who need to learn how to enroll and also for people already on Medicare who will learn how to make sure you are using all the benefits available to you. There will be plenty of time to have your questions answered. Our presenters are two Medicare experts from Providence, Janine Hawthorne and Peggy Lickert.

Call or email WLLO Village for the meeting link, 503-308-8223, info@wllovillage.org
Thursday
10
Rogerson Clematis Garden, West Linn
1:00 PM
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Meet at the Multnomah Senior Center to carpool

Let‘s get out and enjoy the flowers! The Rogerson Clematis Garden in West Linn displays the clematis, known as the "Queen of Vines" in a residential setting, providing the opportunity to show how well they combine with other plants.

RSVP to Janet Liu, janetliu1@juno.com, so she will know to expect you. Meet at the Multnomah Senior Center at 1:00 pm. For a ride to the Senior Center, contact the RiverWest office, 971-266-3187, info@riverwestvillage.org.
Friday
11
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History & Current Events Discussion Group - Village Without Walls

Village Without Walls invites you to join and discuss what you have read in books and magazine articles.

This month‘s topic is the Evolution of the Submarine

Please click on this event for the Zoom link to the Discussion Group.
Friday
11
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Viva Village Online Age Cafe

The Viva Village Online Age Cafe provides a bi-weekly forum for attendees to enjoy stimulating small group conversations, exploring issues, thoughts, and feelings on topics relevant to older adults. There is a new thought-provoking topic each session. It is a collaborative effort of Viva Village, the Beaverton City Library, and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services (DAVS). Audience: Seniors, but open to folks of all ages.

Click on this event to get the link to join the online Age Cafe.
Friday
11
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday starting on April 2nd.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
11
Gabriel Park under the trees
[across the street from 7160 SW 37th Ave]
 
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RWV Happy Hour - CANCELLED FOR JUNE 11TH

In the next 24 hours we are expecting more rain than we had in all of May. It‘s not sounding like a great afternoon for Happy Hour in the Park. We‘re cancelling this week‘s gathering and looking forward to seeing you back in the park next Friday, June 18th. Stay dry!
Saturday
12
For a link to the Zoom meeting, please leave your name, phone number, & email addr at: 971-266-3187
10:00 AM
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River West Village Informational Meeting Become a part of the Answer! Invest an hour of your time. Find out how River West can improve your life and the lives of others. Saturday, May 8, 10:00am River West is an interdependent, inter-generational community of neighbors helping neighbors. It is for people of all ages who value being part of Southwest Portland’s community and want to strengthen their link to it, including volunteering. If you are interested in aging better and learning more about how you may become involved either as a member or volunteer, please join us for our Virtual River West Information Session, May 10 from 10:00-11:00 am. RSVP by calling our office: 971-266-3187. Include your name, phone number, and email so we can send you the invitation link to join the Zoom meeting.
Saturday
12
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Great Decisions Discussion Group - Village Without Walls

Village Without Walls invites you to join for a lively discussion on current events. Feel free to participate in the discussion, or just listen as they discuss each week‘s topic.

This month‘s topic is: Israeli and Palestinian Crisis

Please click on this event for more information about the Great Discussions process and the Zoom link to the Discussion Group.
Monday
14
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Wednesday
16
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: TBA

Please check this RWV website calendar on Monday afternoon for any last-minute changes to these plans.

Please click on this event for Zoom link if the Men‘s coffee will be online, or for a Google Map to the in-person meeting.
Wednesday
16
Garden Home Recreation Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - Outdoors In-Person

We are going to dress for the weather and meet in-person outdoors at the Garden Home Recreation Center, 7475 SW Oleson Rd, for good company and conversation. Upon entering the parking lot, turn right and park near the playing fields at the north end of the building. You will see the covered area. Bring your favorite beverage, a chair and warm, comfortable clothing.

Click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Thursday
17
Discussion online via Zoom
10:00 AM
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RWV Kanopy Movie Group Discussion

Movie this Month: Colette (2017) After marrying a successful Parisian writer known commonly as "Willy" (Dominic West), Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (Keira Knightley) is transplanted from her childhood home in rural France to the intellectual and artistic splendor of Paris. Soon after, Willy convinces Colette to ghostwrite for him. She pens a semi-autobiographical novel about a witty and brazen country girl named Claudine, sparking a bestseller and a cultural sensation.

After its success, Colette and Willy become the talk of Paris and their adventures inspire additional Claudine novels. Colette‘s fight over creative ownership and gender roles drives her to overcome societal constraints, revolutionizing literature, fashion and sexual expression.

Join us for a discussion of Colette. Watch the movie via the web application "Kanopy" and bring your comments and insights to the discussion.

Kanopy is free through the Multnomah or Washington County library websites. For more information about how to sign up for Kanopy and to gain access to the link to the Kanopy Zoom discussion, click on this event.
Thursday
17
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Happy Hour With Artistic Flair - Eastside Village

Eastside Village invites you to join the conversation! Give "cheers" and "votre sant" to Eastside Villagers who share their art work and ambitions with others.

This month‘s topic is: “Fabric, thread, and sometimes beads: Quilts beyond your imagination.” For nearly 15 years, Peg Farrell made the trek to Santa Clara for the Pacific International Quilt Festival (PIQF), a showcase of hundreds of award-winning quilts from around the world (and yes, there also was fabric to buy). She will share with us her photos of these jaw-dropping quilts, reminding us that despite what you may think, they are all “just” fabric, thread, and sometimes beads.

Join the conversation via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88928922417

Guests are welcome! Registration is not required.
Friday
18
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday starting on April 2nd.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
18
Gabriel Park under the trees
[across the street from 7160 SW 37th Ave]
4:00 PM
More Info
Less Info

Happy Hour - Every Friday

Virtual or in the park? We’ve had such a good time in the park, we’ll gather there if the weather is decent. If it is damp and cold, we’ll revert to virtual happy hour. Expect an update weekly on Wednesday or Thursday.

On nice days, join us under the trees in Gabriel Park where 37th Avenue deadends into Nevada Court. Bring your lawn chair and a snack. We will continue to observe CDC and county COVID guidelines for small, outdoor gatherings. [Click on this event for Google Map to Park location.]

If the weather is adverse and the Happy Hour will be via Zoom, click on this event for the Zoom link!
Sunday
20
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No Guilt Book Club - Cancelled until the Fall!

"No Guilt" Book Club shares book lore - bring a title to share or listen to others talk about a book they’ve enjoyed. Everyone is welcome!

No required book to read! The genius of the No Guilt Book Club is each of us shares the highlights of a book we are currently enjoying or a long time favorite. Anyone may just show up ready to enjoy hearing about others’ books. It is delightful and enriching for those of us who have participated.

Monday
21
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Monday
21
Online via Zoom
2:30 PM
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RWV Art Club - via Zoom

The Art Club gets together twice a month to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Get together online with Shelly Radovich and fellow artists to show and tell what you’ve been working on while staying safer at home.

Click on this event for Zoom link.
Wednesday
23
Garden Home Recreation Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - Outdoors In-Person

We are going to dress for the weather and meet in-person outdoors at the Garden Home Recreation Center, 7475 SW Oleson Rd, for good company and conversation. Upon entering the parking lot, turn right and park near the playing fields at the north end of the building. You will see the covered area. Bring your favorite beverage, a chair and warm, comfortable clothing.

Click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
23
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: TBA

Please check this RWV website calendar on Monday afternoon for any last-minute changes to these plans.

Please click on this event for Zoom link if the Men‘s coffee will be online, or for a Google Map to the in-person meeting.
Thursday
24
Garden Home Recreation Center's covered picnic area.
11:30 AM
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RWV Potluck Lunch - Outdoor and In-Person

Where: Garden Home Recreation Center‘s covered picnic area.

Description: We‘ve missed our potluck lunches. BYOE (Bring your own everything) to the Garden Home Recreation Center at 11:30 on June 24. That includes a dish to share, your own plate, utensils, beverage and a chair. We will comply with county guidelines and break into two groups if attendance exceeds 10.

Contact Janet Liu [janetliu1@juno.com] or 503-245-1357 for more info.

Click on this link for location of Recreation Center in Google Maps.
Friday
25
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Viva Village Online Age Cafe

The Viva Village Online Age Cafe provides a bi-weekly forum for attendees to enjoy stimulating small group conversations, exploring issues, thoughts, and feelings on topics relevant to older adults. There is a new thought-provoking topic each session. It is a collaborative effort of Viva Village, the Beaverton City Library, and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services (DAVS). Audience: Seniors, but open to folks of all ages.

Click on this event to get the link to join the online Age Cafe.
Friday
25
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday starting on April 2nd.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
25
Gabriel Park under the trees
[across the street from 7160 SW 37th Ave]
4:00 PM
More Info
Less Info

Happy Hour - Every Friday

Virtual or in the park? We’ve had such a good time in the park, we’ll gather there if the weather is decent. If it is damp and cold, we’ll revert to virtual happy hour. Expect an update weekly on Wednesday or Thursday.

On nice days, join us under the trees in Gabriel Park where 37th Avenue deadends into Nevada Court. Bring your lawn chair and a snack. We will continue to observe CDC and county COVID guidelines for small, outdoor gatherings. [Click on this event for Google Map to Park location.]

If the weather is adverse and the Happy Hour will be via Zoom, click on this event for the Zoom link!
Monday
28
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
More Info
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Tuesday
29
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Restart: Designing a Healthy Post Pandemic Life - NE Village PDX

This online talk addresses how to work through the stress of the past year, tend to our physical and mental health. and re-align our relationship with technology. Emphasis displaced on habits created during quarantine that may have an impact on mental and physical health and relationships. Tools for resolving stress, anxiety, and depression resulting from sheltering in place will be highlighted and taught. Addressing the re-alignment of our relationship with technology post pandemic will also be included.

Approx: 1 hour talk with 30 mins for Q&A.

Doreen Dodgen-Magee is an author, psychologist, researcher, and speaker. Doreen has over twenty-five years of experience working with individuals and groups in her hometown of Portland, Oregon, as well as with people of all ages throughout the country and internationally. Dodgen-Magee is also a national spokesperson and Senior Survivor Fellow with Everytown for Gun Safety.

Hosted by Northeast Village PDX. Click on this event to RSVP and get the meeting link.
Wednesday
30
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: TBA

Please check this RWV website calendar on Monday afternoon for any last-minute changes to these plans.

Please click on this event for Zoom link if the Men‘s coffee will be online, or for a Google Map to the in-person meeting.
Wednesday
30
Garden Home Recreation Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - Outdoors In-Person

We are going to dress for the weather and meet in-person outdoors at the Garden Home Recreation Center, 7475 SW Oleson Rd, for good company and conversation. Upon entering the parking lot, turn right and park near the playing fields at the north end of the building. You will see the covered area. Bring your favorite beverage, a chair and warm, comfortable clothing.

Click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
30
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Portland Bridges Trivia Bingo on Zoom

Better than Bingo! Better than Trivia! It’s Trivia Bingo!

Have fun and learn all about Portland’s bridges. RSVP to lizkennedy@wscribe.com for the Zoom invitation and your own personal Trivia Bingo card.