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Monday
Jul 24
Zero Tolerance! Oregonians Standing Together Against Hate
MET (Muslim Educational Trust)

RSVP to joan.green@doj.state.or.us

  • 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
  • Buffet Dinner 5:30-6:15
  • Keynote Address 6:15-7:00
  • Panel Discussion 7:00-8:00
  • 1st Floor Al-Madinah Hall

Panelists:

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum invites you to a presentation and panel discussion at the Muslim Educational Trust Community and Educational Center to understand the underlying issues and share potential solutions for the recent spike in hate-related incidents. Professor Jack Levin, a nationally recognized expert on violence and hate, will discuss the psychology and dynamics behind this troubling trend. His presentation will be followed by a discussion moderated by Oregon Department of Justice Director of Civil Rights, Erious Johnson. The panel will include diverse community leaders, law enforcement personnel and elected officials, who will share their insights and take questions. Please join Attorney General Rosenblum and take a stand against hate.

Jack Levin is the Brudnick Professor of Sociology and Criminology and co-director of the Center on Violence and Conflict at Northeastern University in Boston. Professor Levin's work on hate crimes, mass murder, serial killers, and prejudice has made him one of the most widely recognized and quoted sociologists in the public sector. For over 25 years, Professor Levin has used the sociological perspective to contextualize sensational media stories, dispel myths, influence public policy and change how people think about violence and hate crimes.

Sponsored by: Muslim Educational Trust, Institute of Christian Muslim Understanding (ICMU), Beloved Community of Oregon Coalition, Building Bridges of Understanding Coalition, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Muslim Community Center of Portland (MCCP), Somali American Council of Oregon (SACOO), Center for African and Immigrant Resettlement of Oregon (CAIRO), Portland United Against Hate, Neighborhood House, Jewish Voice for Peace, Urban League of Portland, Portland Leadership Foundation, Oregon Center for Christian Values, Race Talks, First Congregational United Church of Christ, World Affairs Council of Oregon


The Muslim Educational Trust Community Center will be the first center of its kind in the metro area to provide a gathering place for the entire Muslim community.

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Thursday
Jul 27
Workers' Rights Board: Exploitation of Immigrant Carpenters
St. Charles Church Portland

Immigrant wood framers have been victims of rampant wage theft and exploitation in the midst of Portland’s construction boom. Over the past five years BOLI has received 148 prevailing-wage complaints and claims worth $1.12 million in Multnomah County alone. But workers are fighting back. They are organizing and demanding a raise to $27/hr on the principle that everyone deserves equal pay for equal work.

At the hearing we will hear testimony from:

  • Local construction workers about why they organizing, current treatment and exploitation by contractors, and why they believe equity policies within the construction industry are so important,
  • Wage theft experts who can place the rampant exploitation in the Portland-area within a broader context, and
  • Immigrant rights advocates on the importance of protect immigrant workers.

At Portland Jobs with Justice, we truly believe that an injury to one is an injury to all, and that showing up in solidarity and supporting each other’s struggles is vital to building a successful labor movement. In that spirit, we hope that you will be able to attend this important hearing!

Music by Bajo Salario. Free food, Spanish interpretation, and childcare will be available at the hearing. Email justin@jwjpdx.org if you will need translation or childcare.

Dinner starts at 6pm. Program starts at 6:30pm.

Freimeros de madera inmigrantes han sido victimas de desenfrenados robos salariales y explotación en medio del crecimiento de la construcción en Portland. Durante los últimos cinco años BOLI ha recibido 148 reclamos de salarios prevalecientes y reclamos con un valor de $1.2 millones en el condado de Multnomah solamente. Pero los trabajadores ya están peleando. Se están organizando y están exigiendo un aumento de $27 por hora con el argumento que todos merecen salarios iguales por el mismo trabajo.

En la audiencia escucharemos testimonios de:

-Trabajadores de construcción locales acerca de por qué se están organizando, como son tratados actualmente y explotados por parte de los contratistas, -Expertos en robo salarial los cuales pueden ubicar la explotación desenfrenada en el área de Portland con un contexto más amplio, y -Defensores de derechos de los inmigrantes acerca de la importancia que tiene el proteger a trabajadores inmigrantes.

En Portland Trabajos con Justicia (Jobs with Justice), realmente creemos que una lesión a uno es una lesión a todos, y que mostrarse solidario y apoyarse mutuamente es vital para construir un movimiento laboral exitoso. Con ese espíritu, esperamos que usted pueda asistir a esta importante audiencia.

Música por pare de Bajo Salario. Comida gratuita, interpretación en Español, y cuidados para niños será disponible en esta audiencia. Favor de mandar un correo electrónico a justin@jwjpdx.org si necesitara servicios de traducción o cuidados para niños.

La cena comenzara a las 6pm. El programa comenzara a las 6:30pm.


Portland Jobs with Justice

Kicking Ass for the Working Class!

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Saturday
Jul 29
Clark County Democrats Annual Dinner & Auction: A New Hope
Pearson Air Museum

Uniting under the theme "A New Hope" the 2017 Dinner and Auction promises to showcase our Democratic beliefs and principles and our determination to hold strong and keep fighting for what makes our Democratic Party and our community great.

Invited guest speakers: Senator Maria Cantwell, US Representative Pramila Jayapal, Governor Jay Inslee, and Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

For ticket information please register online at www.clarkcountydems.com


Clark County Democrats - Welcome to the official page of the Clark County Democrats which includes the 17th, 18th & 49th and parts of the 14th and 20th Legislative Districts.

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Sunday
Sep 10
Black Feast: Sister Outsider
Feastly

Black Feast is a monthly pop-up designed to celebrate black artists and writers. This month's pop-up will act as an culinary interpretation and exploration of Audre Lorde's "Sister Outsider." Each of the four courses is inspired by a speech or essay from her book, in the hope of offering a sensory engagement with each text. This meal is created as a celebration, a dance, and an offering. This meal is created for you.

The Transformation of Silence Cabbage, cauliflower and feta medley tossed with lemon vinaigrette and red peppercorns

Poetry Is Not a Luxury Roasted burdock, celery root and parsnip tossed in a black garlic and thyme sauce served with black rice

The Uses of Anger Black bean chocolate stew with roasted red pepper mousse and red palm chili oil

The Erotic As Power Lemon creme with fresh raspberries and cherries topped with almond coconut foam and lemon balm

Ticket Price: $45 BYOW

There are limited spaces available so please buy your tickets early! Your can reserve your spot through the ticket url below. Thank you!

About: Salimatu Amabebe is a vegan chef and owner of the recipe blog and catering company Bliss House. Salimatu hosts monthly vegan Nigerian pop-up dinners and dining events that are based on storytelling and engaging with personal and polictial histories through food.

All food will be vegan, gluten-free and made without the use of cane sugar. Come join us for an evening of deliciousness!


Feastly - Discover our community of supperclubs, pop-up dinner parties, and up-and-coming chefs. Join us at our table: www.eatfeastly.com

Bliss House - vegan | gluten-free | cane sugar free

catering, workshops, recipes, pop-ups

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Thursday
Sep 28
STAND: A Fundraising Dinner for Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education from Aviv
Aviv

Aviv will be offering two multi-course plant-based Israeli feasts on Thursday, September 28th, with an early seating from 5:00pm-7:00pm and a later seating from 8:00pm-10:00pm.

A portion of the proceeds of this fundraising dinner will be donated to the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education (OJMCHE, http://www.ojmche.org)

In these troubled times, we must STAND together as a community. Toda raba!

BUY TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stand-a-fundraising-dinner-for-ojmche-from-aviv-tickets-37350305770

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Sunday
Oct 1
Fundraising Dinner to Support Oaxaca After Earthquake Damage - advance RSVP
Mi Mero Mole

On September 9th, an 8.4 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico off the coast of Oaxaca — that’s almost 8 times stronger than the quake that destroyed much of San Francisco in 1906. Over 100 people were killed, many more injured, and the infrastructure of the Mexican state was severely damaged. Two of our crew who have been with us the longest, Azucena and Eufemia, are from Oaxaca. They were unable to reach their family for days after the quake. Oaxaca is the heart and soul of culinary Mexico. No area has more diverse or sophisticated dishes. Oaxaca’s cuisine alone could rival many cuisines of entire nations. It’s also the home of most mezcal distilleries.

While we have helped with this country’s natural disasters, both Irma and Harvey most recently, and also the fires here in the Gorge, we feel a kinship with Oaxaca as well and would like to support their efforts to recover. We hope you will join us in that effort. Our friend Dave Miller, who runs a blog on eating and drinking in Mexico, has organized a GoFundMe campaign to bring water filtration systems to three affected towns. This special dinner featuring favorite Oaxacan dishes from Eufemia and Azucena will go to help that effort.

Come enjoy a traditional Oaxacan meal made with love by Eufemia and Azucena and help a good cause. We will also offer a mezcal pairing, featuring all mezcals from Oaxaca. The dinner will be four courses for only $35, including:

  • Azucena’s mole amarillo empanadas with shredded chicken
  • Sopa de guias: squash vine and blossom soup with masa dumplings
  • Eufemia’s estofado: beef ribs in a flavorful mole with heavy influences from Moorish Spain.
  • Sweet tamales with Oaxacan chocolate

The entire meal will be gluten free. If you have any other dietary restrictions, please contact us to see if we can accommodate your needs. Email us to RSVP now - newsletter@mmmtacospdx.com !

  • WHAT: Fundraising Dinner for Oaxaca
  • WHEN: Sunday, October 1, 6:30pm
  • WHERE: Mi Mero Mole, 32 NW 5th Ave
  • COST: $35 food only, $20 addition for mezcal pairing
  • RESERVE: Email us to RSVP now - newsletter@mmmtacospdx.com !
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Tuesday
Oct 3
Flavors of Resilience: An Indigenous Foods Celebration
Han Oak

A unique 7 course INDIGENOUS Pop-up Dinner, Featuring Indigenous flavors Of The Diné + Ute tribes and the wide range of flavors of the Indigenous Trade routes by Taste of Native Cuisine Chef M. Karlos Baca and Chef Brian Yazzie.

Our team of indigenous chefs will offer a diverse palate of the flavors of indigenous resilience in this 7 course meal, which honors the traditional trade routes and life sustaining wild and cultivated foods of many different indigenous communities of North America. In addition to the culinary treasures featured, each course will be paired with ethnobotanical storytelling of the unique regional Indigenous foods and stories and songs from the Warm Springs Tribe of Oregon.

Diners will come away feeling a renewed and profound respect for the earth and the important role indigenous ancestral stewards played in the health of their people and the land they depended upon. They will become steeped in the flavors of resilience, with the deeply storied foods of this Turtle Island, which is nourishing a diverse and unique movement in contemporary Native American food culture.

Chef M. Karlos Baca founded the Taste of Native Cuisine, an Indigenous Chefs collective in 2011, and in connection with the Southern Ute Cultural Center & Museum, as a means to reintroduce and revitalize Indigenous Foodways through education, foraging, and indigenous menu tastings. His work has been featured on Zagat Foodways: 10 Meals That Define America and in publications such as this feature in Indian Country Today Media Network. https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/health-wellness/chef-karlos-baca-founder-taste-native-cuisine-talks-decolonizing-foodways-waking-indigenous-consciousness/ His work spans teaching about Indigenous Food Sovereignty, traditional foraging and agricultural techniques to youth across Indian Country, to working on land issues affecting tribes in the Four Corners region.

https://www.facebook.com/TasteofNativeCuisine/

Brian Yazzie (Yazzie The Chef) is a Diné from Dennehotso, AZ on the Navajo Nation and currently resides in Shakopee, Minnesota. Chef Yazzie has a degree in Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Culinary Arts from Saint Paul College. Utilizing Indigenous ingredients free of colonial ingredients Chef Yazzie uses ancestral knowledge with modern techniques to educate on the health benefits and possibilities of an Indigenous diet.

https://www.facebook.com/Yazziethechef/

Featuring amazing local fish products from Warm Springs Salmon King Fisheries.

https://www.facebook.com/Salmon-King-Fisheries-167642493342471/

http://www.salmonkingfisheries.com/

This dinner is a fundraiser for the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance.

Tickets are $100 per seat, which includes beverages.

Two seatings; 6-8:00pm and 8:30-10:30pm

Hosted at HAN OAK, 511 NE 24TH AVE, PORTLAND, OR 97232

GET TICKETS HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3093217

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Friday
Oct 13
Emergency fundraising dinner for Myanmar refugees
Embassy Suites Washington Square

Join Team Islamic Relief USA for an Emergency dinner for Myanmar

DATE AND TIME

Fri, October 13, 2017
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM PDT

Tickets $25 online
At the door $35
Speaker: Munir Iqtish
Dinner and Child Care Provided

LOCATION
Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Washington Square
9000 SW Washington Square Rd, Tigard, Oregon 97223


Islamic Relief USA
Nonprofit Organization
WORKING TOGETHER FOR A BETTER WORLD

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Monday
Oct 16
Meryenda, a benefit for Eagle Creek Fire Recovery
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

Eagle Creek Fire Recovery Dinner: 10/16, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2wV5f9l

This dinner is inspired by daytime Filipino snacks known as meryenda. Cooper's Hall will be featuring wines from Viola Wine Cellars. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Eagle Creek Fire recovery efforts.

Upcoming

IRCO Italian Benefit Dinner: 10/22, 7-9pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2z6z0oq

Meadowlark PDX hosts an Italian feast to benefit the Immigration and Refugee Community Organization. Join them for this four course dinner with optional wine pairings.

Day of the Dead Celebration and Fundraiser: 10/30, 6:30-pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2yhheSS

Chef Cynthia Vigil prepares a Mexican feast in honor of Day of the Dead. 10% of the proceeds will go toward Pintando Esperanza to help build houses for those affected by the recent earthquake in Mexico City and Morelos.

Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2xENsYt

The Portland Mercado and chef Karlo Prado, owner of food cart Carlito's Cocina, present a night of Puerto Rican cuisine to benefit victims of Hurricane Maria.

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Friday
Oct 20
Ogalla 26th Annual Dinner and Auction
Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park

OGALLA’s 27th Annual Dinner and Silent Auction
Date: October 20, 2017
Time: 5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Location: Portland Art Museum
Honorees: Mat dos Santos, Legal Director of the ACLU of Oregon
Registration for our annual dinner is now open. Seating is limited, so get your tickets early!

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Hullabaloo: JOIN's 25th Anniversary Celebration & Fundraiser
Just want to say Hi.

Help us celebrate JOIN's 25th Anniversary by attending our signature fundraising event! The Hullabaloo is an evening of dinner, drinks, a great show, a silent auction, and lots of other fun! Entertainment includes comedian Alex Falcone, DJ Alex Hollywood, and The Jefferson Dancers.


JOIN: connecting the street to a home
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
JOIN exists to support the efforts of homeless individuals and families to transition off the streets and into permanent housing.

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Saturday
Oct 21
Women Helping Women Project Dinner (Red Lodge Transition Services)
IBEW Local 48

Red Lodge Transition Services invites you to join us for a fall celebration salmon dinner and art sale, hosted by the IBEW Local #48 whose women electricians helped us rewire our transition center! Original art, art prints, note cards, silent auction, entertainment, Native American drumming, is planned for a fun family evening. Proceeds from the event will help us purchase a heat pump and complete other weatherization projects for the Red Lodge Transition Center for Women, located in Clackamas County.


Red Lodge
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
Red Lodge Transition Services is a non-profit grass roots organization supported by volunteers who work with women and men in prison.

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Sunday
Oct 22
Red Sauce Italian Benefit Dinner for IRCO
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

IRCO Italian Benefit Dinner: 10/22, 7-9pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2z6z0oq

Meadowlark PDX hosts an Italian feast to benefit the Immigration and Refugee Community Organization. Join them for this four course dinner with optional wine pairings.

Future Events

Day of the Dead Celebration and Fundraiser: 10/30, 6:30-pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2yhheSS

Chef Cynthia Vigil prepares a Mexican feast in honor of Day of the Dead. 10% of the proceeds will go toward Pintando Esperanza to help build houses for those affected by the recent earthquake in Mexico City and Morelos.

Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2xENsYt

The Portland Mercado and chef Karlo Prado, owner of food cart Carlito's Cocina, present a night of Puerto Rican cuisine to benefit victims of Hurricane Maria.

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Thursday
Oct 26
An Evening With Michael Harrington & Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival
Citizen, 3636 N Mississippi

Media Institute for Social Change Presents Dinner at Citizen: An Evening With Michael Harrington & Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival

Michael Harrington is a filmmaker, festival director, and educator based in Portland. He is the founding director of the Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival, a festival that brings short films to communities with limited access to thought-provoking independent cinema. With Wandering Reel, Michael engages audiences across the country in deeper conversation about how films relate to community and conscious living. For this evening of food, drinks and conversation, Michael will preview films from this year's WRTFF lineup and lead a discussion on the role of film festivals in building community and supporting socially impactful filmmaking.

Dinner provided by Laughing Plant.

Beer provided by Coalition Brewing. Wine from Winderlea Vineyard & Winery.

Tickets: $25

For more information on Citizen and the Media Institute for Social Change, please visit: www.mediamakingchange.org

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Saturday
Oct 28
Food for the Soul: a concert benefiting Potluck in the Park
Tiffany Center

Join us for a special event, “Food for the Soul”, an evening of food, music, and fun benefiting Potluck in the Park. The show is scheduled for Saturday, October 28 at the historic Tiffany Center. The night includes performances from Tom Grant, his band, and premiere Pacific Northwest vocalists including Haley Johnsen, Marilyn Keller, Alyssa Schwary, Norman Sylvester, and Michele Van Kleef.

The doors open at 6 p.m. The evening includes cocktails, dinner, and 3 sets of music. Visit the event website for more details and to purchase tickets. We hope you will join us for this very special evening.

Potluck in the Park is an organization that has provided a hot meal to those in need in Portland every Sunday for over 25 years. The organization is staffed entirely by volunteers.

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Monday
Oct 30
Day of the Dead Celebration and Mexican Earthquake Fundraiser
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

Day of the Dead Celebration and Fundraiser: 10/30, 6:30-pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2yhheSS

Dia de Muertos is when we celebrate the life of the ones we love, by cooking their favorite food, drinking their favorite drink and offering that on an altar, we guide them with the light of candles and the scent of incense to guide them and be with us for one night.

Also, 10% of the total sales will be donated to Pintando Esperanza (Painting Hope) to help build houses for those who lost everything on the 9/19 earthquake in Mexico City and Morelos

Upcoming

Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2xENsYt

The Portland Mercado and chef Karlo Prado, owner of food cart Carlito's Cocina, present a night of Puerto Rican cuisine to benefit victims of Hurricane Maria.

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Saturday
Nov 4
Ignite 2017, Black & White Ball
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower

Ignite 2017, the Black & White Ball, is Oregon’s largest LGBTQ gala and dance party and our biggest fundraiser of the year. Attend Ignite to support our work to bring LGBTQ justice to every community in the state. Join nearly 1,000 other supporters and enjoy dinner, cocktails, a heartwarming program and fun auction. Ignite features is a celebration of LGBTQ equality and highlights our advancements and challenges during the last year. This year’s emcees is Poison Waters.

It’s a Black & White Ball–have fun and please dress accordingly.

VIP Dinner: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. – Cocktails, Dinner, Program & Auction

Dance Party: 7:30 p.m. to Midnight and includes great music, themed party rooms, open bar and hors d’oeuvres.

Tickets Options:

  • VIP Dinner Individuals (includes dance party): $300
  • VIP Dinner Table for 10: $2,500
  • Dance Party Tickets Only: $75

Buy your tickets here: https://bro.ejoinme.org/Ignite2017

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Thursday
Nov 9
Eat It Maria! A Dinner for Hurricane Relief
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here: http://bit.ly/2xENsYt

Karlo Prado is the owner of Carlito's Cocina, Portland Mercado's newest food cart. His soulful Puerto Rican cuisine has found its way onto the Oregonian's and Eater's list of best carts in Portland. A nomadic chef, Karlo has been cooking in kitchens across America for 20 years before landing here in Oregon. His "Eat It Maria!" dinner is an elevated extension of the food he prepares daily, rich with bold flavors and lots of love with a portion of proceeds going to support Hurricane Maria relief.

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Sunday
Nov 12
Activist Variety Party
Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

Come enjoy an evening celebrating grassroots activism and Antono Zamora's 32nd birthday!

Program and what to expect:

  • Gathering at 5pm
  • Presentations of activist work 7pm
  • Karoke and live performances at 8pm
  • Bring food to share as a potluck
  • Spontainous Donald Trump Pinata smashing. Be ready to smash!
  • Kid friendly event.

PLEASE, if you do become intoxicated then you are expected to help keep this event safe for everyone

Expect more details following up to the event! (posted November 5, 2017)

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Black Feat : Nuff Said!
Feastly

Black Feast is a monthly pop-up designed to celebrate black artists and writers. This month's pop-up will act as an culinary interpretation of Nina Simone's album "Nuff Said." Each of the four courses is inspired by a specific song, as a way of creating another kind of engagement with Nina Simone's music.

This meal is created as a celebration, a dance and an offering. This meal is created for you.

MENU - I Got Life
Fresh salad greens, radish, cucumber and sauteed mushrooms tossed in a red wine and truffle oil vinaigrette - Peace of Mind
Savory brown rice pudding with collard greens and maple-roasted sweet potatoes - Why
White bean stew and cornbread topped with caramelized peaches and a sage cashew cream - Please Read Me
Chocolate beet and blackberry cake with black chocolate sauce

Ticket Price: $55
BYOW

There are limited spaces available so please buy your tickets early! You can reserve your spot through the ticket url below. Thank you!

About:
Salimatu Amabebe is a vegan chef and owner of the recipe blog and catering company Bliss House. Salimatu hosts monthly vegan Nigerian pop-up dinners and dining events that are based on storytelling and engaging with personal and political histories through food.

All food will be vegan, gluten-free and made without the use of cane sugar. Come join us for an evening of deliciousness!

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Tuesday
Nov 14
Climate Solutions 9th Annual Dinner, with Kate Gordon
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower

We hope you can join us for our Climate Solutions 9th Annual Dinner, Convergence: Accelerating clean energy solutions to the climate crisis on Tuesday, November 14, 5:00pm-8:00pm (5pm - 6pm check-in and networking hour, program starts at 6:10pm) at the Hilton Portland with keynote speaker Kate Gordon, Founding Director, Risky Business Project. We are thrilled to have Kate join us.

Our annual dinner is always a very special event -- a great opportunity to connect with others building clean energy solutions to the climate crisis. The event sparks creative thinking, strengthens our resolve, and inspires hope, all while helping build support for the critical work of Climate Solutions in Oregon and the Northwest.

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Thursday
Nov 16
Helping Our Homeless During the Holidays - Dinner & Discussion
Clark County Genealogical Society

Do you want to know the best ways you can help our homeless neighbors during the holidays? Are you unsure how to get engaged? DON'T go it alone! Join us for dinner as we explore some ways to be of assistance this holiday season! Opportunities with several organizations will be available.

Dinner is potluck style. CHAP will provide an entree and water. You are welcome to bring other dishes to share but it is not required. If you decide to, please comment below with the item you plan to bring.

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