|Volume 15, Issue 8||
Business News August 2017
Sun. Aug. 27, 2-5 pm, Skyline Memorial Gardens, 4101 NW Skyline Blvd
Bring a picnic and a blanket along with your pet—costumes encouraged! Enjoy pet-related games, fun, food, and music for all on the beautiful grounds of Skyline Memorial Gardens.
Yappy Hour provides financial support for Pet Peace of Mind, a program designed to help provide many services that are necessary to keep patients and their pets together throughout the end of life journey. Legacy Hospice trains volunteers to assist with the needs of the pet and helps with financial assistance to meet the pets’ needs.
“We believe in hosting events at Skyline Memorial for programs that serve our community,” says Rachel Fox, manager of Skyline Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home, a member of the Dignity Memorial® network.
For more information call 503-292-6611 or visit skylinememorialgardens.com.
All events (unless otherwise noted) are at the Gallery, 12505 NW Cornell, next to the Cedar Mill Library. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10-4; Sun. 12-4.
Featured artist: Lane Clem
Reception: Sun., Aug. 13, 2-4 pm, free
In 2008, Lane Clem retired from 32 years in the banking industry. “One of the things I did immediately upon retirement was pick up my paints and brushes for my own entertainment and relaxation… I found that I enjoyed it and I especially enjoyed doing paintings of classic and antique automobiles. When friends and family began asking me to do paintings of their favorite cars, I discovered that this could be an outlet for my creative side.”
Featured crafter: Denise Hershey
Denise Hershey designs and creates unique nature-inspired jewelry in pleasing combinations of stone, metal, glass or wooden beads. “My pieces are elegant yet natural arrangements that feel comfortable to wear and make the wearer look beautiful.”
Clay sculpture demonstration
Sat., Aug. 19, 9-11:30 am, Cedar Mill Farmers Market.
VGA artist Mary Ringwald will demonstrate clay sculpture techniques.
Village Gallery is a non-profit, cooperative gallery in operation since 1963. Please see our website for information on our Fall Class lineup at villagegalleryarts.org
Fri. Aug 18, 6-8 pm, 250 NW Lost Springs Terrace, free
Listen to live music on the patio by Lisa Mann while enjoying your favorite food and beverage – wine & cheese, beer & burgers, fresh juice & salad. Bring your family or invite some friends!
For more information, visit marketofchoice.com.
Lunch and Learn seminars bring useful and timely information to those thinking about moving to a retirement community.
I’m Just Looking, but for What?
Thurs. Aug. 10, 11:30-1, Information Center, 5150 SW Griffith Dr., Beaverton
Ed Mawe, Executive Director of Touchmark in the West Hills, will guide us through the different types of retirement living and care options. There is no cost to attend, and lunch will be provided. Seating is limited; call Adrien at 503-946-5427 to RSVP.
Seven most important documents for estate planning
Thurs., Aug. 31, 11:30-1, Information Center, 5150 SW Griffith Dr., Beaverton
Christopher Brooks, Estate Attorney, will break down the seven most crucial documents needed to ensure your estate is ready for the future. There is no cost to attend, and lunch will be provided. Seating is limited; call Adrien at 503-946-5427 to RSVP.
Sat., Aug. 26, 10-2, 12660 NW Cornell Rd, free.
Are you interested in learning more about your options for piano, voice, or guitar lessons? Hoffman Academy of Music will be having an open house and everyone is welcome. At our open house you will have a chance to meet several of our piano, voice, and guitar teachers and even take a free trial mini-lesson! We’ll have live performances by our teachers, along with treats and balloons. It should be a fun day, and a great way to learn about music lessons if that’s something you might be interested in.
For more information, and to sign up for your free mini-lesson, go to our website: hoffmanacademy.com/portland.
Sat., Aug. 26, 11-3, 13567 NW Cornell Rd.
Help rescue dogs during our Customer Appreciation event. Buy tickets to win raffle baskets full of pet food, treats and toys! We will also have several pet food manufactures on hand to talk about their product and there will be deals on lots of dog and cat food items.
Dirty dog? Born Again Pit Bull Rescue will be on hand washing dogs and doing nail trims for donations ($15/$10). All proceeds of the event will go back to BAPBR.
Sat., Aug. 19 - Sat., Aug. 26, Second Edition, 12505 NW Cornell Rd, east end of the Cedar Mill Library
Second Edition’s semi annual clearance sale is happening this month. The upscale resale shop begins selling everything at reduced prices, culminating with 75% off everything and the famous $8.00 Bag Sale on the last Saturday. After donating the remaining merchandise to local charities once the sales are over, the shop will be closed as it is cleaned and re-stoked. It will reopen noon Mon., Aug., 28.
To accommodate business people whose schedules prevent them from attending the regular second Tuesday lunch meeting (and for those who like more networking!), CMBA has added several new options. Here are the details.
Second Tuesday Lunch Meetings 11:45 am-1 pm, Cedar Mill Bible Church Chapel, 12208 NW Cornell Rd.
Lunch, speaker and time for networking, with extra networking time from 1-1:30 pm. Visitors welcome to attend first meeting before joining.
Third Thursdays Business Open Houses, 6-7:30 pm. Members host an Open House at their businesses. To sign up, please contact Caryl Hoffman, CK Hoffman Design – email@example.com
August 17: Massage and Spa at Bethany hosted by Jenn Oulds
Fourth Tuesdays Morning Networking Meetings, 8:30-9:30 am, Java Lounge, 760 NW Dale Ave at Cornell.
Coordinator: Lissa Boehm of Hangin' Custom Frames, firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about the CMBA on their website at cedarmillbiz.com
15280 NW Central Dr., #102, Bethany Village
Chamomile-Lavender-Vanilla Bean Escape: A 75 min. full-body massage with Chamomile-Lavender Massage Oil, with a relaxing Lavender Foot Scrub, followed by hot towels and a delicious Vanilla body butter for $95.
Facial specials: 60 min. Microdermabrasion, $99. 90 min. Facial plus 15 min. Scalp Treatment, $135.
Plus 15% off all Body Wax appointments in August.
Meditation Class With Jennifer
Mon., Aug. 7, 6:30-7:30 pm
Women's Healing Circle
Mon., Aug. 14, 6:30-7:30 pm
Call 503-533-5614 or visit massageandspabethany.com for more information, and to book a service or sign up for a class.
Back-to-school is the second-biggest shopping season of the year. In fact, according to the National Retail Federation's annual survey, parents will spend almost $670 to get one child ready for school this year.
This makes it a great time to teach budgeting basics to your children. One idea is to give your children a clothing budget and a list of necessities, and let them help make decisions on the rest of the wardrobe.
Head to the supermarket for basic supplies. Check weekly circulars for great deals on pens and loose-leaf paper, and get your weekly grocery shopping done at the same time. Bonus: buying everything in one place will save time and gas money!
Partner with another family or two to buy supplies in bulk. Then, split the cost and the supplies. Round up a couple of other parents with kids the same gender as yours but different ages, and host an annual clothes swap. Trade toys and books, too! You'll save a bundle.
Now through the end of September, Sunset Credit Union is collecting “Back to School’ items for the Beaverton School District. If you’d like to help, please bring donated school items (pencils, pens, paper etc) to Sunset Credit Union located at 1100 NW Murray Blvd.
Sunset Credit Union is a full-service, not-for-profit financial institution serving anyone who lives, works or attends school in Washington County. Visit www.sspfcu.com or stop by their office at 1100 NW Murray Blvd. (across from the McDonalds in the Safeway Shopping Center) to learn more.
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