Category Archives: Diversity of Cedar Mill

Community News February 2024

africa fashion

• Repair Fair
• Beaverton High School Band: Alumni Pep Band Night 
• Be Geo-Hazard Smart around Beaverton 
• Skyline Ridge Reads
• Skyline Grange Spring Garage Sale
• Mobile Community Health Fair
• Introduction to Compassionate Communication (Nonviolent Communication) 
• How to Prevent Package Thefts 
• Happening at Leedy Grange Hall
• PCC for Immigrants, Refugees & Non-Native English Speakers
• Rep. Lisa Reynolds: session update
• Resilience Hub Workshop 
• Black History Month events
• Viva Village February events

Cedar Mill Farmers Market Brings Diverse Vendors

Apricots sold at the Granja Nuevo Horizonte stand

The Cedar Mill Farmers Market is in full swing this summer, bringing together community members and local farmers every Saturday in the parking lot of the Sunset Mall.

Park News June 2023

painting a mural

• THPRD Park News
• THPRD’s newest Talking Walls Project celebrates Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage

Community News June 2023

master recyclers

• Join us for a flea market at Skyline Grange!
• Major disaster prep
• Sunset HS marching band: firework fundraiser 
• Beaverton Community Band concert
• Treekeepers June events
• Milltown Soccer Camp
• Life Is Brewtiful blood drive
• Boat rentals from Tualatin Riverkeepers
• Discovery Day is right around the corner! 
• Master Recycler registration open
• Special Recycle+ collection in June
• Bethany Village Last Day of School celebration
• Ask WCSO
• New art exhibition and featured events to celebrate pride 
• Viva Village June events

Cedar Mill Community Club kickoff meeting

independence day celebration

We created the Cedar Mill Community Club to capture the community spirit around our Holiday Tree. Now it’s time to see what we can do going forward to make Cedar Mill an even more welcoming, exciting, and neighborly place. Initially the group got going on Facebook, but we know a lot of our potential participants don’t use that, so we’re calling a meeting!

Business News October 2022

• Open House dinner for Estate Planning Questions
• CMBA Meeting
• Oregon Potters Association Fall Fair at Cornell Farm
• Village Gallery of Arts October Events
• Look-ahead to the housing market through 2024?
• Wow and Flutterville childcare open house
• Celebrate International Credit Union Day!

WashCo News October 2022

• County rolls out new website design
• Boards & Commissions vacancies
• Sign up for WashCo alerts
• HHS promotes Repair Fairs
• WashCo awards $2M to hire community health workers and improve COVID-19 health literacy
• Help your community access free interpretation for government-funded services

Business News September 2022

diwali celebration

• CMBA September Meeting
• Badger helps Blanchet House
• Upcoming events at Cascadia Taphouse
• White Birch Designs opens September 8
• Learn (and earn) financial literacy without spending a dime
• Are we in a real estate bubble!?
• Cornell Family Dental Wishes Dr. Randall N. Freed A Happy Retirement!
• Village Gallery of Arts news
• Catlin Gabel offers Community Art programs

Cedar Mill Cider Festival returns next month

September 18: Enjoy free freshly pressed apple cider, live music, cultural and craft booths, the History Tent where you can learn about the community’s history, kids’ activities, and one or more food trucks serving lunch!

Community News August 2022

bethany village concert

• NW Restart presents NW Creations Night Market
• Sunset HS Marching Band Bottle & Can Drive
• Beaverton Night Market
• Conflict Resilience Workshop
• Beaverton Flicks by the Fountain presents Encanto
• Bethany Village summer concert
• The Link of Pure Love
• Viva Village
• Sharing the road with farmers in Washington County
• TVF&R offers tips to prevent window falls
• WCSO investigates child predators

THPRD News

THPRD summer camp

* Summer Camps Kick Off
* Eid ul-Adha Celebration & Bazaar
* Cedar Hills Park Concert
* Volunteer with THPRD!

Community News June 2022

kaleidoscope

• Celebration of Life for Mr. James
• It’s prep time. Let’s get ready for the wildfire season together.
• Join us “virtually” at the Washington County Public Affairs Forum!
• Metro funding for Westside Trail? Take the survey
• Civics for Adults
• Scavenger Hunt and Food Drive to support DVRC
• Meet Your Watershed Navigator
Legislative Town Hall
• Tualatin Valley Creates: Kaleidoscope from the Sea
• Fourth of July concert with Britnee Kellogg
• Museo Ambulante—Walking Museum
• Ask WCSO: My kids are good swimmers; is there still an expectation for them to wear life jackets?
• Retirement 101
• City of Beaverton events
• Gallery at The Reser
• Access to the arts: Cultural Coalition survey
• Beaverton Community Band Spring Concert
• Sunset HS Marching Band Bottle & Can Drive
• PlanetCon Fair offers recycling, gear swap, learning, and more
• Become a Master Recycler
• Cedar Hills Ready! presents: Emergency Water Filter Workshop
• Viva Village

Library News May 2022

• Library News
• All Ages
• For Kids
• For Adults
• Monthly Groups for Adults

Ukrainians in Cedar Mill

Andriy Kot came from Ukraine to the US to study, and his wife Khrystyna Porseva followed six years later.

Park News February 2022

• Get ready to register for THPRD spring programs
• THPRD Volunteer opportunities

Community News October 2021

ccwc ballet folklorico

• Cedar Hills Ready: Home Fire Safety
• Older Adult Meals in Washington County
• Ask WCSO: What are some things I can do to make my home less attractive to crime?
• Sunset HS Marching Band Can and Bottle Drive
• Special Age Cafe: Celebration of the International Day of Older Persons
• Tualatin Valley Creates offers ArtPass
• Inside Washington County Radio
• Free lacrosse skills clinics offered this Fall
• Cultural Coalition of Washington County 2022 grant applications open
• West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District is hosting their annual meeting
• Viva Village events
• Free N95 and KN95 masks for the AG community!

Community News September 2021

• Cedar Hills Ready! “Ready-Set-Go! Family Emergency Plan Workshop”
• Bethany Village Oktoberfest
• It’s “Steptember!”
• I Am My Story Live
• WashCo Forum resumes
• Viva Village September Calendar
• TVF&R will never forget 9-11 and embraces emergency response changes 20 years later
• Ask WSCO: What is Elder Safe?
• Tualatin Valley Creates in-person networking event for emerging artists
• Sunset HS marching band can & bottle drive
• Beaverton Welcoming Week is September 10-19
• Inside WashCo Radio
• DAVS Seeking Passionate Volunteers
• ACMA PTO Fundraising at Red Robin

Business News August 2021

rainbow produce

• CMBA looks at acceptance for the • • Asian community
• Fresh Thyme Soup is back!
• Cascadia Taphouse events
• CMFM is a rainbow of beautiful fresh local produce
• Great Notion Brewing is expanding hours
• Village Gallery of Arts News
• Learn (and earn) financial literacy without spending a dime
• New Hawaiian restaurant soon?

Community News April 2021

waco kids family

• Cedar Hills Ready! “What’s cooking? Food storage & prep for a disaster”
• Finding Your Primary Police Responder
• SHS Climate Change Club Recycling Drive!
• Washington County Public Affairs Forum
• State of the County 2021
• Inside WashCo Radio
• Beaverton Symphony Orchestra Spring Strings Concert
• Washington County Parks’ Earth Month Art Contest
• Rachel Carson Action Project on Recycling
• Viva Village
• Washington County Kids offers tips and tools for parents/guardians of children K-8
• SAMBA Cans and Bottles Drive
• STS Foundation is looking for volunteer hosts
• Writers’ Mill Zoom meeting
• Washington County Wood Stove Exchange’s (WSE) old stove turn in event
• Oregon libraries offer civics online workshops for adults
• Washington County April Earth Month Events
• The Immigrant Story
• ACMA Fundraising
• iNaturalist Offers Opportunities for Community Science
• TVF&R Hiring Paramedics & Firefighters to Join its Ranks

Community News March 2021

flowers

• SAMBA Cans and Bottles Drive
• Tell your story through art!
• Cedar Hills Ready
• Silicon Forest Toastmasters
• ACMA Fundraiser
• Summer Program Expo
• Free presentations provide information, tips, and tools for K-8 parents/guardians
• Washington County Board of Commissioners host town hall
• New PGE outage map
• State Senator hosts virtual town hall
• Inside WashCo Radio
• ShakeAlert App coming in March
• Cedar Mill Farmers Market
• Project Lotus hosts college mental health webinars
• Beaverton Author Fair
• WashCo Forum
• Washington County DAVS offers support programs
• Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for Advisory Committee
• Skyline Memorial Garden’s Easter Service
• BSD Community-Wide Conversations About Race
• State Rep. Dexter Virtual Coffee Conversations
• WCSO Kids Safety Academy
• Civics for Adults
• What Is Democracy and Why Does It Matter?
• Voting Rights, Voter Fraud, Voter • Suppression and Election 2020
• Viva Village Events March 2021
Take Action to Prevent Fall Injuries

OHS and Immigrant Story collaborate to share immigrant experiences

The Oregon Historical Society (OHS) and The Immigrant Story (TIS) are proud to announce that a series of oral history interviews with local immigrants are now publicly available through the OHS Digital Collections website.