What:Portland Reggae Dancehall Party
When:August 31st 2012 Friday
Where:T.A. Event Center 300 NE Multnomah St. Portland Oregon 97232
How much:$10\Ladies free before 10pm
PrizeGiveaway:To Ladies only:Money, Bob-Marley shirt, Victoria secret gift, etc.
This event will double as Engineers Without Borders' annual HOLIDAY PARTY and quarterly SUMMIT MEETING. Accompanied by beer and wine, we'll hear short presentations from all our project teams (Tanzania, Haiti, Ecuador), and then join smaller breakout sessions for each project team, as well as our Steering, Fundraising, Publicity and Chapter Resources Committees.
If you're new to EWB, you can just swing by to listen and decide if this is the organization for you. The event is open to all, so please come and bring your friends!
Drink wine for the environment
Join friends and fellow vino lovers to taste gems from green-friendly wineries like Stoller Vineyards, Cana’s Feast and Sokol Blosser. Nosh on appetizers from sustainable, Portland-based vendors including Republic of Jam. Relax and listen to a live acoustic set from songstress Geppina Star and shop for sustainable wares at Seven Planet. Fifty-percent of your $10 tasting fee and 10% of total store purchases made during the event will be donated to Oregon Environmental Council.
Please join us on Tuesday, January 4th 2011 for our next Green Drinks Event - Sustainable Wine - Everything But the Grapes, featuring the following distinguished panelists:
- Nathan Good - founder Nathan Good Architects PC and award winning designer of homes, wineries, galleries, bridges and recreational facilities. At the forefront of sustainable practices, Nathan was the fifth person in the nation to become a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional.
The second Women in Sustainability & Environment (WISE) event: a fun-filled day of wine tasting at two of Oregon's carbon neutral wineries. Learn how these wineries have embraced sustainability and network while enjoying a great day of wine tasting with some of your favorite Women in Sustainability & Environment.
Who: Women who work in the sustainability and environmental fields
When: Saturday, January 8th, 11am - 5pm
RSVP: No later than December 10th.
Join Ecotrust, Edible Portland and Salmon Safe for a celebration
of Northwest abundance, seasonal flavors, and responsible land stewardship
in a round-robin evening of artisanal wine, pear and cheese pairings.
Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center (Ecotrust Building)
This is the Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club’s annual event – it’s kind of like a neighborhood block party, and it’s a whole lot of fun! This year, our national Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune and Portland Mayor Sam Adams will be guest speakers. There will also be beer, wine, kids activities, opportunities to learn more about the Sierra Club’s work in Oregon, and even a performance by the band “Sound Semantics.” You can find out more and RSVP at http://www.oregon.sierraclub.org/shindig.