|Volume 15, Issue 7||
Business News July 2017
Saturdays, 9 am-2 pm, SE corner of Safeway parking lot at Murray & Cornell
Our neighborhood farmers market has lots of fresh, local produce (berries and cherries are in), honey, eggs, beef, chicken and salmon. There are also arts and crafts booths and food for eating while you shop. Musicians Bob Colwell, Karyn Ann Patridge and Robert Schmit will perform live this month. this month), a friendly vibe, a kids program that embraces fresh produce (Power of Produce) and YOU!
On July the 8th, Ima Blueberry will stop by and our Chef chef at the Market market will feature blueberries!!.
Sign up now for the market’s second annual “Pie in July” pie baking contest! The contest will be held on July 29. Sign up to compete at the market booth, or send us an email.
The Cedar Mill Farmers Market accepts OHSU Food RX, WIC and SNAP cards (supplemental nutrition assistance program) and has a SNAP Match match up to $5 each week (sponsored by the Cedar Mill Business Association).
Bethany Family Pet Clinic will host a pet fashion show during Bethany Village Centre’s July 27 concert. The free event is open to any pet and pet owner who can walk across the stage, fashionably, during the concert’s intermission. Pets must wear either a pet outfit, bow, bandana or even a very fashionable leash and collar ensemble. To participate, please email email@example.com with pet’s name, breed (if known); pet’s fashionable item to be worn during the fashion show, handler’s name, and an interesting piece of information about the pet.
Signups end July 21. Each participant will receive a treat provided by Petco Unleashed and Bethany Family Pet Clinic.
Do you love fresh, locally-grown fruit and veggies? If you missed getting into Love Farm CSA during pre-season signups, have no fear, you can still sign up for their full or half-shares. Share costs will be pro-rated.
Love Farm, located near Forest Grove, provides produce to CSA subscribers and restaurants around the metro area. A drop site is located in Bonny Slope or you can choose another location that is convenient to you. For more information call Amy Love 503-515-9939 or visit www.lovefarmorganics.com.
Thurs., July 20, 6-8 pm, NextHome Realty Connection, 12923 NW Cornell Rd. #101
Whether or not you are a first time homebuyer, purchasing a home can be an overwhelming process. Learn how it all works from beginning to end at our home buyers seminar. Enjoy a drink, light snacks, and good company as we share buying insight and discuss a special zero down payment program. All visitors will also receive a first-time homebuyer’s guide, as well as a post-seminar, 1-on-1 consulting session.
Topics to be covered, include how you can buy a home with 0% down, learning how to navigate the overall home buying process and today’s real estate market, the mortgage process, the home search and buying process, real estate costs, negotiations, title and escrow. You will also be able to get information and resources to help you save money and make informed decisions, and meet with home-buying experts, local real estate agent lenders, credit and financial advisors.
The seminar will be presented by Steve Roesch, principal broker and owner of NextHome Realty Connection, with 20+ years in the industry; Tom Hestmark, loan officer with Mortgage Express, with 20+ years in the industry; and Leah Burton, escrow officer with WFG, 13+ years in the industry. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today. For more information visit: eventbrite.com/e/first-time-buyers-seminar-happy-hour-style-tickets-35737106648.
All classes are at our spa, 15280 NW Central Dr., #102, Bethany Village. Call 503-533-5614.
Meditation Circle with Jen
Mondays, July 10 & 24, 6:30-7:30 pm, free
Women's Healing Circle
Mondays, July 17 & 31, 6:30-8 pm, free
Reiki Session with Kumiko
Wed., July 26, 10 am-3 pm, each 30 minutes, free
We will be accepting $10 minimum donations that will go to Compass Oncology to further assist patients and families.
Featured artist -- Fran Gilliland
Reception: Sun., July 9, 2-4 pm, Village Gallery of Arts, 12505 NW Cornell Rd.
After retiring from library work with the Beaverton School District, Fran signed up for watercolor lessons and “began to see the world in a different way.” After receiving a point-and-shoot camera as a gift, photography became just as important as painting. She has selected some of her vibrant photographs for this show. “I especially like to photograph subjects that bring a smile to the viewer or are bright with color.”
Featured fine craft artist: Marcia Wingert
Marcia was fascinated with rocks and inspired by nature’s beauty as a child. She began creating one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry in her teens. In her new home state of Oregon she is inspired by “the mountains, rivers, ocean, forests, wildlife, and the peacefulness I find here.” She creates jewelry with Swarovski crystals, semi-precious stones, pearls, woods, metals, shells, Czech glass beads, vintage beads, chain, and “anything else I find that inspires me.”
Fused glass demonstration with VGA artist Sharon Dunham
Sat., July 22, 11 am-2 pm, Cedar Mill Farmers Market, 1027 NW Murray Rd.
Sat., July 8 and 15, 9 am-3 pm, Cedar Mill Farmers Market, 1027 NW Murray Rd.
Ages 11 and above (children must be accompanied by an adult)
We begin at Cedar Mill Farmers Market where you’ll spend an hour taking in the atmosphere, music, smells, scenes, and people and choose a colorful vegetable, fruit or flower to paint. We then head back to the gallery where you’ll set up your individual still life. We’ll go over how to lay out your palette, choose brushes, and use lighting, tone, and value in your painting. Then you’ll paint, with hands-on personal instruction until 3pm.
Please visit our website for information on our fall class lineup.
Village Gallery is a non-profit, cooperative gallery located next to the Cedar Mill Library at 12505 NW Cornell Road. Hours: Mon-Sat., 10 am-4 pm; Sun., 12 pm-4 pm.
Lunch & Learn seminar: Change is inevitable
Thurs., July 13, 11:30 am, Touchmark in the West Hills Information Center, 5150 SW Griffith Dr. Beaverton
Back by popular demand, our Lunch & Learn series is designed to provide education and insight to those considering a move. Touchmark Vice President of Hospitality Steve Ferrarini will share tips for managing changes in your life. There is no cost to attend and lunch will be provided. Seating is limited; call Adrien at 503-946-5427 by July 6.
Tues., July 25, 3-4 pm, West Hills Information Center, 5150 SW Griffith Dr. Beaverton
Join Executive Director Ed Mawe to learn more about Touchmark’s history and active-adult retirement living. Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served. There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited. Call Adrian at 503-946-5427 by July 18.
Health and fitness seminar
Friday, July 28, 11:30 am, Crowne Plaza, Portland
Meet us at the Crowne Plaza in Portland to learn more about our health and fitness club that we are constructing in our new community. Kim Lehmann, director of health and fitness at Touchmark, will discuss what our club will offer and even lead us through some exercises. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres provided. Space is limited; call Adrien at 503-946-5427 by July 26.
All events are at Santosha Yoga, 4876 NW Bethany Blvd, L-4, Bethany Town Center
Yoga camp for kids
Mon.-Fri., July 31-Aug. 4, 3:30-5 pm, ages 5-16
Jamie Dix of Imagination Yoga and Dina Lang of Santosha's Kishor Yoga are joining forces to offer an inspired yoga camp where yogis aged 5-16 come together in one joyful, empowering and intentional yoga community. This camp meets all kids exactly where they are.
Offerings include daily yoga, pranayama and meditation practice, mala making, mindful tea ceremony, and restorative yoga.
Cost: $100 per person. Space is limited. For more information and to register, visit: www.santoshaforeverybody.com.
Mon-Tues, July 10-11
We are celebrating seven years of bringing yoga to the community. We hope people will stop by and say hello or take a free class if they have never taken one here at the studio. Visitors can also enter a drawing for a pair of tickets to a Hillsboro Hops baseball game.
Fridays, July 7-Aug. 18, 5:30-8 pm, 250 NW Lost Springs Terrace, Cedar Mill
Listen to live music by local musicians while enjoying your favorite food and beverage—wine & cheese, beer and burgers, fresh juice and salad. Bring your family or invite some friends.
Join us on the patio for these local performers: July 7, Karyn Ann; July 21, The Jane Lewis Band; Aug. 4, Evan Churchill; and Aug 18, Lisa Mann.
For more information, visit marketofchoice.com/events/venue/cedar-mill.
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