|Volume 15, Issue 11||
November 2017 Business News
After almost nine years in business, Poppa's Haven Coffee House has rebranded and launched a crowdfunding campaign to remodel and expand. Owners Jerry and Jane Bennett have sought to provide a community gathering space where anyone can feel at home. Renaming the shop as Haven Coffee felt like the logical next step to simplify the brand and focus on that central concept of being a “haven” for anybody who needs one.
The Bennetts’ crowdfunding campaign will remodel and expand their space at 800 NW Murray Blvd. This project will allow them to expand their menu and their space, offering more food options and much-needed seating. The concept of crowdfunding invites anyone to partner with them to raise the funds needed to complete the project. When you contribute to the campaign you get a reward in exchange for that contribution. They have shirts, hoodies, mugs, coffee classes and many more options to choose from. Go to www.haven.coffee to view a video about their campaign and consider making a contribution. The campaign ends on Sun., Nov. 12.
Tues., Nov. 14, 11:45-1 pm, Cedar Mill Bible Church Chapel, 12208 NW Cornell
Guest speaker Brian O’Brien from Legal Shield will discuss, “Preventive Solutions to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft and Everyday Legal Matters.”
Cedar Mill Business Association membership is open to anyone doing business in the area. First meeting is free. Learn more at cedarmillbiz.com.
Tues., Nov. 7, 12–6 pm, 240 NW Lost Springs Terrace
Ooh la la! Spa Day is on the way. Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy will show what’s new in natural beauty and give customers a chance to test products and take home free samples and up to $20 in coupons. In addition, there will be mini-facials (with a $10 service fee. Participants receive a $10 gift coupon) and a free Dr. Hauschka mask with $150 Dr. Hauschka purchase.
Thurs., Nov. 16, 10 am–7 pm, Sunset Athletic Club, 13939 NW Cornell Rd. Free
Sunset Athletic Club will host more than 30 local artists selling their wares for the holiday season. A portion of sales will be donated to the Oregon Food Bank. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own non-perishable food to add to the donations. The fair is open to the public at 10 am, SAC members may enter at 9 am. For more information, contact www.sunsetac.com.
Tues., Nov. 14, 1:30–3:30 pm, Sunset Credit Union, 1100 NW Murray Blvd. Free
Wed., Nov. 29, 6-8 pm, private home, call for location
Learn how to create personal holiday cards from your digital photos at the SendOutCards card crafting workshop. Bring your laptop, digital photos and questions, along with your sack lunch to the credit union’s boardroom. For more dates and locations, information, and to RSVP, contact Lori Bitter at 971-570-6248 or CardsbyLoriBitter@gmail.com.
Sat., Nov. 18, 1-3:30 pm, near the Cedar Mill Library, 12505 NW Cornell Road. Free
Second Edition Resale is hosting its annual Holiday Open House, featuring a festive display of holiday décor, refreshments and a selection of holiday clothing and jewelry. Second Edition is a quality resale shop featuring gently used or new clothing for women, men and children as well as jewelry, household items and artwork. All sales benefit Cedar Mill Library Association.
Want to turn your unruly canine or rowdy puppy into a polite pooch? Register now for K9 Obedience 101, a five-week course taught by professional dog trainer Peri Kamakaala. These classes will not only teach you and your dog the basics, but also include clicker training, socialization, loose-leash walking, hand signals, wait, leave it, and more. Obedience training not only makes your dog a better companion, it also increases confidence and can be life-saving.
Classes start at 6 pm each week and space is limited. For more information, dates, cost, and to reserve your space, call us at 503-614-9061.
All events (unless otherwise noted) are at the Gallery, 12505 NW Cornell, next to the Cedar Mill Library. Open Mon.-Sat., 10-4; Sun. 12-4. Contact: villagegalleryarts.org, 503-644-8001.
Open reception for November show
Sun., Nov. 12, 2-4 pm
Meet the featured artist Leila Ball, and enjoy refreshments. Leila creates abstract landscapes using acrylics. She also employs collage and mixed mediums.
New classes for November and December
Children’s workshop: making a felt journal with Sue Selbie
Wed., Dec. 13, 2-4pm
Holiday card-making workshop with Sharla Sevy
Sat., Nov. 4, 9 am-3 pm
We will be hand sketching and decorating our own one-of-a-kind holiday cards. Bring your choice of medium (watercolor, pencils, crayons or markers.) Instructor provides white cardstock and envelopes and a portfolio of inspiration, including designs, stamps and stamp pads, stencils, glitter etc.
Calligraphy with Susan Pfahl
Tuesdays, Nov. 14, 21, 28, 1-3 pm
Whether you have never held a calligraphy pen or just need a refresher, this is an opportunity to hone your skills.
Please see our website for information on our complete fall class lineup.
To register, visit or call the gallery at 503-644-8001.
All classes at the Spa, 15280 NW Central Dr., #102, Bethany Village
Mon., Nov. 13, 6:30 pm
Meditation Circle with Jen. We will sit in comfy chairs as we slowly drift into a deep meditation. Learn to change your focus from the active mind to the peace we all have inside.
Mondays, Nov. 6 and 20, 6:30 pm, Women's Healing Circle.
Take a break from the stress of your routine and surround yourself with positive, supportive women. Get a dose of empowerment that will last the week. We will gather together and talk on different subjects from dealing with stress to finding your true purpose.
In addition to the delicious whole milk, fresh from the cows, Schoch Dairy now has eggnog for the holidays, along with chocolate milk and local cheese when it is available. Stop in and find out what real fresh milk tastes like! The dairy is located on West Union Rd., just west of Helvetia Rd.
Awe is deep respect and reverence for the Source of life. It is humility and wonder…“The highest point a man can attain is not Knowledge or Virtue, or Goodness, or Victory, but something even greater, more heroic and more despairing: Sacred Awe!” Nikos Kazantzakis
The Practice of AWE:
I am humble before the power of the Creator. I take time to contemplate and commune. I am aware of the sacredness of life. I cultivate the Divine virtues in my nature. I discern the signs and synchronicities of life. I deepen my connection to Grace.
I am thankful for the gift of Awe. It fills my with wonder.
Excerpt from Virtues Reflection Cards- virtuesproject.com. Please contact Master Facilitator Delaram Adyani for information and facilitator training this November. Join our Virtues Connection Portland, Oregon Facebook page today. 503-267-0202
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