Join the festivities at our Art Party at 42nd & Hawthorne on the side of Muse Art + Design. Paint with us on a giant community canvas! Draw and color the street fair mascot raccoon – enter our contest and win prizes! Live painting featuring Jake Standley, Vaughn Barker, and Owen Hunter. Try the “identify the art” contest. Art show and guest artists from the Portland Fine Arts Guild. Art Supply Sidewalk Sale. Acoustic Music Noon-1pm: Jan Hutchinson, 1-2pm: Steve Rodin, 2-3pm: Benign Band, 3-4pm: Adrian Martin.
The Street Fair is proud to sponsor HACE (The Hawthorne Area Civic Ecology) as this year’s non-profit organization.
HACE is an ongoing community project that uses Civic Ecology, a living community framework for sustainability, in the Hawthorne District. The intent of this appendix is to further explain how SERA Architects will apply Civic Ecology thinking to the Hawthorne businesses and surrounding community.
Join Chase at 39th and Hawthorne for family fun. There will be Ring Toss, Bean Bag Toss, a BOLO Golf toss, Tic Tac toss and big kid and little kid bounce houses (all free), popcorn and cotton candy (for sale), shaved ice vendor and a face-painter. Sponsored by Lincoln Baptist Church.
In addition to the beer garden at Eagles on upper Hawthorne (at 50th), there will be activities for the whole family going on all day.
INSIDE – there will be open BINGO and a game tournament fundraiser (cancer charity), which is family friendly for all ages.
OUTSIDE – Pirate’s and a pirates booth with face painting and eye patches Antique Bike Show in the parking lot., free lemon aid. Grill food for sale.
Our street fair coincides with the City of Portland’s Sunday Parkways. During this event certain streets of the route will be closed to motor vehicle traffic which allows bicyclists, roller skaters, and pedestrians a relaxed and fun way to get around the area. Plan your trip accordingly, ride along the route, discover our neighborhood, and stop by the street fair.
Spend a warm summer day walking and rolling around the Southeast Sunday Parkways…and for a challenge climb your way up Mt. Tabor! That’s right we have added Mt. Tabor back to the route. Activities, food, vendors, music, and fun will be in Laurelhurst, Colonel Summers, and Mt. Tabor Parks.
Mink will be hosting a special trunk show, & marked down clothing items. Inside they will be having a Favor Jewelry trunk show and offer 15% off of all Favor pieces.Learn more on Mink’s website: www.shopmink.com
It takes awesome volunteers like you to make this another successful event for everyone. There are different tasks at specific time slots throughout the day but mostly before and after the event such as the following:
6am – Set up street barricades.
8am – Vendor Check-In: Organize and greet our lovely vendors and to coordinate their locations.
4:30pm – Clean up & Take-down.
5pm – Recycling crew: Help keep our event as green as possible.
To volunteer for specific tasks or more information, contact Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
The Bagdad McMenamins (corner of 37th & Hawthorne) will have events all day for the Street Fair including:
12pm-3pm Coffee, fresh baked breads –complimentary- Bagdad Theater Lobby
4pm-6pm- Wine tasting- Complimentary- Bagdad Theater Lobby
Matinee – “Labyrinth” – Free to all ages (1986-starring David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly)
Doors 1pm, Film 1:30pm
Check out this year’s event map and plan your day at the upcoming fair. We’ll have bike parking near the bike routes for all you Sunday Parkways riders, and take note of the streets that will be closed for traffic for event related activities.
This year we’ll have two beer gardens at bookends of the street. On the lower end of the street at 32nd will be at the newly opened Bazi Bierbrasserie, and on the upper end at 50th at Eagles’ Hall, both with music and brew flowing. Cheers!