Concordia Conversations: January 12th

Here’s an upcoming free neighborhood event that will bridge past, present and future that might be of interest to AH readers:

“Concordia Conversations,” on the afternoon of Sunday, January 12th, will bring together a panel of neighbors to reflect on the drivers of change in Northeast Portland and to view a short film titled “Diary of a Street,” by Portland artist and neighbor Jordana Leeb. The program will be held at the Cerimon House (5131 NE 23rd) from 3:00-5:30 p.m. on Sunday January 12th.

Panelists include: Bob Boyer, long-time Concordia resident, former State Senator and Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods chair; Chris Guinn III, owner of Dwell Realty and Elevated Coffee; P. Elise Scolnick, current Board Vice-President for Alberta Main Street and long-time resident; and Diane Linn, Executive Director of Proud Ground, a Portland-based community land trust.

We’ll be there too with a brief program looking back at the early years of neighborhood history.

The program is free, though an RSVP is requested. For more information: tinyurl.com/concordiaconversations

5 responses

  1. I appreciate the announcement of the upcoming Concordia Conversations. We would like to attend but we don’t do Facebook (old curmudgeons that we are). Can you provide an alternate contact to register? Perhaps Jordana Leeb’s email address?

  2. For the Concordia Conversations event, I am asking for Facebook RSVP’s in order to help track attendance. It is not required to sign up via Facebook. Thank you for your interest and I look forward to seeing you at the event! – Jordana

  3. I have disconnected from Facebook, but am also interested in attending the Concordia Conversations event.
    Thanks,
    Polly McGraw

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