Portland observer. (Portland, Or.) 1970-current, September 21, 2016, Page Page 12, Image 12

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September 21, 2016
State Farm R
Michael E Harper
Arts &
and Financial
Home Office, Bloomingon,
Illinois 61710
We are located at:
9713 S.W. Capitol, Portland, OR
Fax 503-227-8757
Double J
Bonsai Society Show --
Learn everything you want to
know about the ancient art of bon-
sai when the Bonsai Society of Portland
holds its annual Fall Show, Saturday, Oct. 1 at the
Milwaukie Senior Center, 5440 S.E. Kellogg Creek
Dr. You’ll find a large display of bonsai trees as well
as demonstrations and sale of bonsai supplies. Door
prizes, auctions, and family fun events are planned
throughout the day.
Beach and Riverside Cleanup -- You’re invited to
join friends and neighbors from across the state for
the annual SOLVE Beach and Riverside Cleanup,
Saturday, Sept. 24. Volunteers can find over 100
cleanup projects on the nonprofit group’s website,
solveoregon.org or by calling 503-844-9571, exten-
sion 332.
New & Used Tires
the opportunity to meet
artists. Call 503-231-8926
for a current schedule.
Norman Sylvester -- Boogie Cat Nor-
man Sylvester and his band play Friday, Sept. 23
at Clyde’s; Saturday, Sept. 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Ilwaco Blues and Seafood Festival; Sunday, Sept.
25 at the Concert Across America to End Gun Vio-
lence, taking place from noon to 6 p.m. at Pioneer
Courthouse Square; Friday, Sept. 30 at the Blue Di-
amond; and Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Rogue Pub in
North Plains.
Blast Off to Space Exploration -- The Oregon Mu-
seum of Science and Industry (OMSI) take guests
through an out-of-this-world experience with Jour-
ney to Space: The Exhibition, featuring hands-on
experiences that will give visitors an up-close look
at what it takes to live, work, and survive in the ex-
traordinary environment of space. The Exhibition
runs through Jan. 8. To learn more visit omsi.edu.
Overstock & Used Tires
$5.00 TEES
$20 & up Priced To Sell
All tires mounted & balanced
on the car, out the door – no
Free stock wheels w/ purchase of
any new or used tire
limited to stock on hand 30 years
in business
2 locations to Serve You
6841 NE MLK, Portland
4510 SE 52 nd & Holgate
The Soul of Black Art -- The Soul of Black Art:
A Collector’s View opened this month and runs
through Oct. 14 at the Upfor Contemporary Art gal-
lery, 929 N.W. Flanders. The exhibit surveys chang-
es in the depiction of black culture in America over
the last 100 years and includes paintings, prints,
photographs and video art by 14 artists.
Fourth Sunday Jam Night -- A friends and fam-
ily variety comedy show in a Saturday Night Live
format with local recording and performing artists,
bands, dance crews, poets, and drama groups, takes
place each fourth Sunday of the month at 7 p.m. at
Celebration Tabernacle, 8131 N. Denver Ave. The
free event is open to the community.
Clothing Closet -- Each first Saturday of the month,
a complimentary breakfast and clothing drive takes
place at First AME Zion Church, 4304 N. Vancou-
ver Ave. The goal is to clothe and feed Portland one
person at a time. For more information, call Nydia
Campbell-Pullom at 503-317-1089.
Sherman Jackson
cell 503-891-5905
M-F 9:00am-9:00pm
Sat 8:00am-9:00pm
Sun 11:00am-6:00pm
5010 NE 9th, Unit A
Portland, Oregon 97211
Unsettled to Resettled -- Of the over 120,000 peo-
ple of Japanese ancestry who were incarcerated in
U.S. camps during World War II, many returned
to their former communities homeless and jobless.
Learn about this lost chapter of Pacific Northwest
history through interviews, archival footage, pho-
tographs and original artworks at the Oregon Nik-
kei Legacy Center, 121 N.W. Second Ave., which is
hosting this traveling exhibit through Sunday, Sept.
Democracy’s Blueprints -- The Declaration of In-
dependence, U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights,
and other bedrock documents that laid the founda-
tion of American democracy are on view in a new
exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society, downtown,
through Feb. 1.
Music Millennium Free Shows -- The Music Mil-
lennium, 3158 E. Burnside, regularly hosts a series
of in-house live performances. Enjoy free music and
Discount Tickets -- Local low-income families
and individuals can purchase $5 tickets to classi-
cal musical performances in Portland as part of a
unique program called Music for All. Participating
organizations include the Oregon Symphony, Port-
land Opera, Oregon Ballet Theater, Chamber Music
Northwest, Portland Youth Philharmonic, Portland
Baroque Orchestra, Friends of Chamber Music,
Portland Chamber Orchestra, Portland Piano Inter-
national, Portland Symphonic Choir, Cappella Ro-
mana and Portland Vocal Consort.