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About Portland observer. (Portland, Or.) 1970-current | View Entire Issue (May 10, 2017)
May 10, 2017
Portland Famers Markets bloom in neighborhood throughout Portland. The King Portland Farmers
Market, next to King School in northeast Portland, opened for the season on Sunday, and will operate
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Sunday through the spring, summer and early fall seasons.
5010 NE 9th Ave
Portland, Or 97211
Phone: 503 284-2989
We specialize in a variety of cuts for men and
women, hot towel razor shaves, braiding, hair
extension, Shampoo, blow dryer and Platinum fade.
Call Today or Walk in !!!
Famers Markets in Bloom
April showers have cleared
the way for the May and June
openings of neighborhood farm-
ers markets, all bursting with the
bounty of locally made, grown,
and harvested goods.
The King Portland Farmers
Market next to King School in
northeast Portland opened for the
season on Sunday as one of the
six Portland Farmers Market’s
seasonal downtown and neighbor-
As in past seasons, shoppers
eligible for SNAP benefits will
be able to receive $1 tokens us-
ing their Oregon Trail Card to
purchase fruit, vegetables, meat,
bread, cheese and some baked
goods. Additionally, SNAP recip-
ients can receive a dollar-for-dol-
lar match up to $10 in tokens
through Double Up Food Bucks,
a program of Farmers Market
Fund at the Kenton, King, Lents
International and Northwest mar-
May Shows at the Guardino
‘Man”, Mar Goman’s stitching on hankerchief.
Guardino Gallery, 2939 N.E.
Alberta St., is presenting works
by artists Mar Goman and Dayna
Collins through May 23.
Gorman has her own style that
comes through with everything
she creates by using varied mate-
rials to cut, paste, stitch, draw and
paint, bind, nail and wrap. Her
work is often about the interior
journey, our invisible wounds, our
Collins is an abstract painter
who loves working with color and
texture, drawing upon the flexi-
bility of working with oil paint
mixed with cold wax medium to
explore the rich complexity of wa-
ter, land, and sky.