Export or edit this venue...

The Rosewood Initiative, 16126 SE Stark

16126 SE Stark Street
Portland, OR 97233, US (map)

Future events happening here

  • - No events -

Past events that happened here

  • Wednesday
    Jan 17 2018
    Senate District 24 Candidates Forum (Multnomah County Democrats)

    Come see the three Democratic Candidates running for Oregon Senate District 24 answer questions from our moderator and the audience.

    The candidates are:

    More Details Coming Soon!

    Website
  • Sunday
    Dec 10 2017
    Portland Refugee Support Group and Refugee & Immigrant Hospitality Organization Middle Eastern Bake Sale

    Join us for our first ever PRSG / RIHO bake sale! Portland Refugee Support Group (PRSG) is partnering with Refugee & Immigrant Hospitality Organization (RIHO) to bring you delicious Middle Eastern baked goods. Goods will be baked by our refugee families and volunteers. Proceeds go back to our bakers and to PRSG to support our refugee families.

    Website
  • Saturday
    Nov 18 2017
    FULL! Black & African Housing Instability Focus Group

    This event is FULL

    The Community Alliance of Tenants and Portland State University are doing a study to learn more about how specific communities experience housing issues in the #Portland area.

    This focus group is for Black, African, and African-American folks.

    The details of the converstaions will be kept confidential, but the lessons learned about the community may influence advocacy for housing justice.

    Registration for the group is first-come, first-served. You can resigter in 1 of 3 ways:

    -online at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfF8DgGQzGB1g-O_Wg6VOtxrD7P3QXcXS-YFoAv96YU1yHXbA/viewform

    -by email to housingstudy@pdx.edu

    -by leaving a voicemail at 503.460.9702, ext. 135

    We will ask for a name to sign you up, but it can be a made-up name.

    If you have any questions, contact Erin at housingstudy@pdx.edu, or leave a voicemail at 503.460.9702 ext. 135. This study is approved by the PSU Human Subjects Research Review Committee as a #174369.


    Please note: this is part of three culturally specific housing instability focus groups: one on Black & African people, one on LGBTQ people, another on Elders. Please only register for one, allowing for as many people to participate as possible.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Nov 16 2017
    Discusión Comunitaria Sobre las Opciones de Vivienda

    QUE ES: Una Discusión Comunitaria acerca de las opciones de vienda en zonas residenciales de Portland
    CUANDO: El día Jueves, 26 de 16 Novembre de 18:00-19:30
    DONDE: Rosewood Initiative, 16126 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97233
    ALIMENTOS: Se les servirá una cena buffet y bebidas a todos los asistentes.
    QUIENES: Portland For Everyone, People-Places-Things, y socios de la comunidad.

    DESCRIPCIÓN DEL EVENTO: Portland enfrenta a una escasez de viviendas. Los Portlanders a veces se preguntan porque cada barrio de la ciudad no está siendo construido para asemejarse a los que ahora son caros dentro de unas cuantas millas del centro de la ciudad los cuales están en alta demanda.

    La razón es que realmente es ilegal construir barrios como esos. En 1959, Portland prohibió a la mayoría de las nuevas y pequeñas viviendas multifamiliares como dúplex, cuatro complejos de casas y divisiones internas – son las mismas casas pequeñas y eficientes que continúan siendo la tienda de la esquina y vías factibles para los autobuses que transitan con frecuencia en los barrios más queridos de Portland donde salimos a caminar. Le invitamos a que nos acompañe con Portland for Everyone el 26 de Octubre en Rosewood Initiative en SE Stark St para una breve presentación y discusión comunitaria en torno a una breve ventana de oportunidad de Portland para volver a legalizar los aspectos de la ciudad que queremos. Los representantes de la campaña de Portland For Everyone estarán presentes, así como varios intérpretes, seguidos por una discusión de preguntas y respuestas.

    Puertas abiertas, alimentos y bebidas: 18:00

    Nos centraremos en las decisiones que pronto se llevarán a cabo a través del Residential Infill Project, una oportunidad única en una generación para permitir que una vez más existan mas "vacíos intermedios" de vivienda en la ciudad: precios mas razonables, de perfil más bajo, con casas de energía eficiente que ayudarían a más de nosotros a seguir viviendo en un lugar y de dar a los urbanizadores a que construyan algo mejor que otra McMansion.

    Si desea expresar sus opiniones o comentarios comuníquese directamente al Consejo Municipal de Portland, usted puede:

    Envíe un correo electrónico a: psc@portlandoregon.gov

    ¿Qué es PORTLAND FOR EVERYONE? Somos una coalición de vecinos, defensores de vivienda asequible, organizaciones comunitarias, vecindarios y negocios locales. Creemos en una vivienda abundante, diversa y asequible para todas las personas que viven en Portland. Juntos, pedimos al Ayuntamiento de Portland para ampliar las opciones de vivienda para satisfacer mejor las necesidades de todos los residentes.

    Acerca de la campaña: El año 2016-2017 presenta una ventana rara pero breve de oportunidades: Portland estará haciendo un uso critico de la tierra y de las decisiones de política que antes tendrá un impacto en el habitat de nuestra ciudad durante décadas. Para garantizar una Portland que sea razonable y accesible para todos los residentes, nuestros líderes cívicos pueden y deben de hacer más.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Nov 8 2017
    Candidates Forum - Senate District 24

    Come hear Senator Rod Monroe from Oregon Senate District 24 and his two primary election challengers, Kayse Jama and Shemia Fagan, speak and answer audience questions.


    Multnomah County Democrats
    Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
    http://www.multdems.org https://twitter.com/MultcoDems

    Website
  • Friday
    Nov 3 2017
    Huey Mijkailhuitl Dia de los muertos Day of the dead
    through
    The Rosewood Initiative, 16126 SE Stark

    IN XOCHITL IN CUICATL Instituto de Cultura y Arte and Grupo of Danza Azteca MEXICATIAHUI invites all the general community to the celebration of

    HUEY MIJKAILJUITL day of the Dead on

    November 3-4, 2017 at The Rosewood Initiative Community Center 16126 SE Stark ST Portland OR. 97233.

    Fri. Nov. 3rd @ 7PM

    Sugar skull workshop, stories about the day of the dead and the Mexica tradition.

    9PM Ceremony of velacion

    Sat. Nov. 4th @ 10AM

    Aztec dance.

    For more Inf. call

    Benjamín (503)8919885

    Roberto (503) 481 2054


    MexicaTiahui Aztec Dance Group
    Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
    Mexica Tiahui Was Formed in 1995 by Mexican and Chicano students at Oregon State University. They were the first Aztec dance group in the Northwest.

    Website
  • Sunday
    Oct 29 2017
    Community Alliance of Tenants Membership Brunch - not just for members - advance RSVP
    free

    What's our next move? You decide. Show up and help steer the movement. Even better? Volunteer for two hours or more and you'll earn a year of membership at The Community Alliance of Tenants.

    Our membership meeting is free and open to the public - not just members!

    Childcare, food, and interpretation is provided to all, free of charge. And yes, vegan and gluten-free options will be available (just let us know your dietary needs and restrictions in your RSVP below).

    We'll be serving brunch, talking shop, and breaking bread.

    Don't forget to RSVP (and register to volunteer!) at bit.ly/CATbrunch.


    The Community Alliance of Tenants
    Charity Organization · Portland, Oregon
    Formed in 1996, the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) is Oregon’s only statewide, grassroots, tenant-controlled, tenant-rights organization. CAT educates, organizes and develops the leadership of low-income tenants.Twitter @catoregon

    Website
  • Thursday
    Oct 26 2017
    Race and Domestic Violence

    Featuring an original poem by a survivor of color, keynote speaker Representative Tawna Sanchez , and a panel of culturally specific DV service providers, this event will provide the general public with a greater understanding of the significance of race and ethnicity in relationship to domestic violence (DV).

    Program will also include facilitated discussions about available resources (particularly culturally specific ones) and ideas on how we can all take action to prevent DV and support those who are impacted by it.

    Hosted by: – the NAACP – Adelante Mujeres – Bradley Angle House’s Healing Roots Program – Micronesian Islander Community Organization – NAYA – ROSS – Community Member Leocadia Hainley – the YWCA of Greater Portland


    Micronesian Islander Community
    Nonprofit Organization
    The Micronesian Islander Community (MIC) is organized exclusively for charitable, educational purpose and to promote cultural awareness programs and events that provide social needs, economic growth and justice to Micronesian communities among Oregon.

    Native American Youth and Family Center
    School · Portland, Oregon
    The Native American Youth and Family Center serves self-identified Native American youth and their families throughout the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area.

    YWCA of Greater Portland
    Public Service · Portland, Oregon
    The YWCA of Greater Portland’s mission is to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

    Bradley Angle
    Social Service · Portland, Oregon
    Offering survivors of domestic violence options for safety, empowerment, healing, and hope.

    Website
  • Saturday
    Sep 23 2017
    Fall FREE Store

    When you RSVP, please invite your friends, and please look to see if there are any ways for you to Signup and help out.

    Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:

    1. Click this link to see our volunteer openings: http://signup.com/go/GNHawRw
    2. Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
    3. Sign up! It's really that easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password.

    Really though, did you already take a quick moment to INVITE ALL YOUR FRIENDS? Thank you, thank you! (The system only allows me send out invites to humans on my friends and this event is open to ALL current & former members of ITOV and MHM, as well as friends of The Rosewood Initiative)

    Our awesome host has graciously offered us space from 9am-5pm. This covers setup and decorating from 9-noon, we’ll adjourn for an hour, and shopping from 1-3pm (raffle starts at 1:11) and cleanup between 3-4pm. We couldn't make these happen without community support and there's a bunch of fun ways to be involved.

    How do I donate?
    Donations MUST BE LABELED and can be dropped off to one of a few locations before the event or brought directly to the event space.

    How do I label the donations?
    Writing on the bag/box with a marker is fine. Adding a piece of tape as a label is good, too. Please be considerate of the volunteers who help with the massive sorting at each event and mark your donations by the type/size that they are. If it's a mixed bag, that's fine. Simply write a label for whatever seems to be the primary category for your donation.

    When can I make a donation?
    The Rosewood Initiative will be accepting donations a few days before the event again.

    If you would like to drop off prior to the event in inner SE, PM Stephanie Kshama for arrangements. More drop off locations will be added as they become available.

    ---donations must be received no later than 10am on the 23rd, that’s three hours BEFORE the event begins---

    If I have nothing to donate, can I still come?
    YES, ABSOLUTELY! This is a community building event, first and foremost. Donations are encouraged so that more people have their needs met, but they are NOT required for your participation whatsoever. If you have the ability and desire to volunteer, please do. If you'd just like to come out to pick up some new stuff for you & your family, that's what we're doing this for! ;-) Besides... we always have stuff leftover at the end that is gifted to various charities so come get yours first.

    What can be donated?
    Just about everything you have seen in free item groups online!! Ya know, clean, gently used items in good working condition. This time around it would be awesome of people could bring spring/summer themed items. Outdoor toys, things that could be given as gifts, or spiffy "new" duds for the whole family, anything from amber necklaces to alphabet blocks, baby booties to bicycles, craft supplies to cozy coats, it's alllllll good.

    WHAT CANNOT BE DONATED
    Please take note that old TVs and other ancient electronics, soiled clothes, any item that requires ID for purchase, things too large/heavy for one person to lift are best left at home or disposed of elsewhere. The Rosewood Initiative should not be responsible for throwing away our garbage.

    How do we determine who gets what?
    Trust. We believe in this community's ability to give what they can and take what they need. We know that we live in abundance and that greed is not necessary. Some items, undoubtedly, will have a higher demand and to resolve any conflicts we will be placing those items into the free raffle.

    ----------RAFFLE FAQS----------

    DO I HAVE TO BUY A TICKET?
    Never! Anyone who comes to "shop" can get a free raffle ticket. Also, participating in the raffle isn't required, it's just fun. :-)

    CAN I BUY EXTRA TICKETS?
    Never! But, there's several ways that you can earn more than one. - Any mama who volunteers for at least 3 hours earns THREE extra tickets. Please sign up so we know who is covering which shifts. - Any mama who donates a winter coat, Halloween costume, or gift card/certificate valued at $10 or more earns ONE ticket per item.

    WHAT TIME WILL THE RAFFLE START?
    1:11. 1:11. 1:11!! The Fall Free Store opens at 1pm and we’ll get the ball rolling shortly after that.

    AND JUST WHAT IS IN THAT RAFFLE?
    In the past, our raffle prizes were determined the day of the event. If an item looked like something several mamas would want, we put it on the raffle table so that people don't have have worry about a first-come-first-serve status on the good stuff.

    CAN I SUBMIT ITEMS INTO THE RAFFLE FROM MY BUSINESS, TOO?
    Most definitely. If you're a crafty mama or someone who has a service to offer, send me a PM and we can work out the details of exactly how to submit a raffle item.

    And that's a free store.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Sep 19 2017
    Restorative Justice Circle Training

    NEW LOCATION CHANGE! Now at Resolutions Northwest, 2538 NE Broadway

    LOCATION CHANGE! Now at The Rosewood Initiative

    Registration required: https://resolutionsnorthwest.org/events/circletraining/


    Bringing restorative circles into your setting – whether school, program, agency, or organization – can be a very effective way to build relationships and create a strong community, and serves as the foundation for dealing with more challenging issues as they arise. In this day-long Circle Facilitation Training we will introduce community building circles, provide experiential opportunities to plan and model, and share circle facilitation tips. We will talk about components and stages of a circle and about how to address challenges. Based on participants’ needs, we may also examine specific circles, such as re-entry circles for community members who have been excluded previously.

    Registration required: https://resolutionsnorthwest.org/events/circletraining/


    Resolutions Northwest - Creating change. Balancing equity, privilege and power in our conversations and services.

    Website
  • Friday
    Aug 4 2017
    4th Annual Rosewood Night Out!

    Join us for Rosewood's biggest event EVER! It just keeps getting bigger and better each year, so don't miss out!

    This year we are joining forces with Portland Parks and Rec to bring in the movie Moana at dusk. Get there early to enjoy some free BBQ with neighbors, learn about lots of great community resources, play games with your kids and get your dance on with music from Speaker Minds!

    Can't wait to see you!!


    The Rosewood Initiative

    • 16126 SE Stark St, Portland, Oregon 97233
    • Open: Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm
    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jun 28 2017
    Rising Waters: a Community Dialogue on Displacement
    free

    Update: We rescheduled this event to Wednesday 6/28 so it doesn't conflict with Good in the Hood on Saturday!

    Join Living Stages, Ignorant/Reflections and Laquida Landford for an interactive community dialogue about community displacement. Through interactive performance, conversation, and theatrical games we'll build community and explore questions of place, home, and possibility within a framework of ongoing community displacement in Portland.

    This event is made possible by a grant from APANO Jade/Midway Placemaking Initiative, with much appreciation to APANO for support in this project.


    Living Stages - Theatre of the Oppressed

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Jun 27 2017
    Tenant Power Work Party

    Join The Community Alliance of Tenants for an afternoon of tenant power every Tuesday afternoon in June! We'll be meeting at The Rosewood Initiative for art-making, community engagement, team-building, and general education on #HB2004, Stable Homes for Oregon Families.

    Children and teens are welcome, snacks provided, and it's an all-ages place to hang out. Kick off your summer by fighting for housing justice!


    The Community Alliance of Tenants - Formed in 1996, the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) is Oregon’s only statewide, grassroots, tenant-controlled, tenant-rights organization. CAT educates, organizes and develops the leadership of low-income tenants. Twitter @catoregon

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Jun 20 2017
    CAT's Tenant Power Work Party
    free

    Join The Community Alliance of Tenants for an afternoon of tenant power every Tuesday afternoon in June! We'll be meeting at The Rosewood Initiative for art-making, community engagement, team-building, and general education on #HB2004, Stable Homes for Oregon Families.

    Children and teens are welcome, snacks provided, and it's an all-ages place to hang out. Kick off your summer by fighting for housing justice!


    The Community Alliance of Tenants - Formed in 1996, the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) is Oregon’s only statewide, grassroots, tenant-controlled, tenant-rights organization. CAT educates, organizes and develops the leadership of low-income tenants. Twitter @catoregon

    Website