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This Week’s Events: November 22–29, 2017


Ryn McCoy
This Week’s Events: November 22–29,...

El Hispanic News Event Picks

No-Thanks Giving

On top of its problematic and harmful colonialist roots, Thanksgiving can be a tough holiday for folks who find themselves away from friends and family. We invite all folks of all backgrounds to come join us at Marrow for a night of eating, conversing, storytelling, games, art-making, and honoring the stolen land we operate on and the people it was taken from.

Thursday, November 23, 6–9 pm at Marrow, 7025 N Lombard St, Portland. Free admission, all ages event. More info at http://bit.ly/2A1FokN.

Black Lives Matter #NotBlackFriday Not One Dime

Every year we provide hundreds of meals to families who are living in poverty and forced systemic discrimination and oppression. Join us as we use this holiday season to remind Americans that Black Friday should not be a time to support capitalism, it should be a time to build communities.

Friday, November 24, 1 pm at Hollywood Transit Center, 1410 NE 42nd Ave, Portland. More info at http://bit.ly/2zY6FVl.

Native Family Day and Marketplace

A day to celebrate community with our families and free crafts, swimming, roller skating and snacks. Fry Bread Taco Fundraiser at noon. This is also an opportunity to get a jump on that special gift from one of our many talented Native artists!

Saturday, November 25, 10 am–5 pm at Mt Scott Community Center, 5530 SE 72nd Ave, Portland. Free admission, all ages event. More info at http://bit.ly/2B2pO5s.

2017 PDX Black Holiday Bazaar

Support local Black-owned businesses this holiday season! Vendors will be selling a variety of gift and food items, including holiday quilts, knit hats and scarves, African and ethnic clothing and art, natural hair care products and much more. Guests are also invited to bring a toy donation for local elementary school children.

Saturday, November 25–Sunday, November 26, 9 am–5 pm at Portland Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, 5940 N Albina Ave, Portland. Free admission, all ages event. More info at http://bit.ly/2B3lEun.

Mercado Sunday Brunch

It’s time for a new Portland Brunch experience! Stop by to try breakfast classics from across Latinoamérica. Savor mimosas and sangria from Barrio’s, coffee and espresso drinks from Sandino Coffee Roasters, and brunch specials from every cart, and get cozy in our indoor, heated market hall to enjoy your Sunday feast.

Sundays until March, 10 am–2 pm at Portland Mercado, 7238 SE Foster Rd, Portland. Free admission, all ages welcome. More info at http://bit.ly/2B4zjRQ.

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