It’s Holiday Time in the Village!

Image of tree lighting in Multnomah Village 2011
Image of tree lighting in Multnomah Village 2011
Multnomah Village Tree Lighting 2011

Holiday activities begin the evening of “First Friday” December 6th with our annual Multnomah Village Holiday Gala. Village Frame & Gallery is excited to celebrate being part of this unique and supportive community. In our gallery, we will feature a salon of our favorite local artists Friday evening and Saturday afternoon to offer a selection of unique creations, answer questions, and take last minute gift orders! Joining us will be Watercolorist Kay Synoground, Woodworker Randy Bonella, Mosaic Artist Denise Sirchie, and Jewelry Artist Susan Koch.

Plus! It’s Golden Ticket time in Multnomah Village and Hillsdale. Do your holiday shopping in our neighborhood and earn tickets when you shop at participating businesses. Take your ticket to another participating business and receive a discount or a treat! Golden Ticket specials start November 15th and run through December 31st–and yes, Village Frame & Gallery is a participating business.

Multnomah Days August 17, 2013

Mult-days-poster2013_iconSW Portland’s biggest community celebration is coming to Multnomah Village again this summer on Saturday, August 17. Multnomah Days’ crowd-pleasing parade – attended by literally thousands – begins at 10 a.m. An all-day street fair follows with local food, music, a wine garden, arts and crafts, and a chance to test your skills at the ping pong table. Live music and interactive booths will keep the fun going until 4 pm. After months of construction, this year’s “The Village Goes Green” theme will celebrate Multnomah Village’s new “green street” run-off and pollution reduction facilities. Attendees should be sure to stop by the energy fair, which will showcase ways to go green at home and at work.

Organized by the Multnomah Village Business Association with the help of community sponsors, this annual street fair takes place on Capitol Highway between SW 33rd and SW 39th –Multnomah Village’s main street. It’s our 105th anniversary year, so, drive, walk, bike or bus on over to enjoy a full day of fun for the whole family. Parking is available on the street as well as at the Multnomah Art Center. TriMet buses 44 and 45 serve the community, and the area is easily accessed by bicycle.

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