Our final, bittersweet installment of the 2017 Gorge Green Drinks season, the theme of this event is community building, and community REbuilding, in context of the Eagle Creek fire and its effect on Gorge communities.
Please join us Wednesday, September 13, 5:30 – 7 pm at Mt. Hood Town Hall in Parkdale as an opportunity to convene as friends, extended family, and residents of a place that ties us. Join us to learn, connect, support, and heal as we navigate beyond mop up, and look ahead to the (bright!) future of the west end of the Gorge.
We will learn about and take inspiration from the history of the quaint and important Mt Hood Town Hall, where volunteers and community members have worked tirelessly for more than 10 years to breathe life into this historic structure and the community it serves.
Then the floor will be open to community members and local leaders. If you are involved with a community building effort in the Gorge — or Eagle Creek/Cascade Locks recovery — we welcome you to join us and speak for a few minutes about your particular efforts or needs.
Finally, we will use this opportunity to honor Don Benton, who made a tremendous mark on the Gorge, and leaves a legacy of compassion and giving.
Open to all. $5 suggested donation, includes Full Sail beer and hors d’oeuvres.
THANK YOU TO ALL FOR MAKING THIS SUCH A REWARDING SEASON OF GREEN DRINKS! We have been continuously inspired by these purposeful and sociable gatherings. Until next year!