North Portland, Oregon: Good In The Neighborhood
What started as a small neighborhood community gathering at Holy Redeemer in North Portland has blossomed into one of the summer’s most anticipated community festivals. The Good in the Neighborhood multi-cultural music and food festival is celebrating 20 years of bringing the community together for a weekend of absolute fun. Featuring live bands on two stages, which include the likes of several Portland favorites; Patrick Lamb, Linda Hornbuckle, Oceans 503, and many more! Enjoy a variety of food vendors, from some of Portland finest barbeque to sweet homemade strawberry shortcake. Click here for more Portland Neighborhood info from Local Realtors.
Beer Garden, Rock Climbing, Kids Games
For those over 21, yes, there is quite the beer and wine garden, and for the little ones, a well thought out Kids Space which in the past has included a giant inflatable slide and jumping gym, extreme face painting, hula hoop design, rock climbing wall, arts and craft stations, and the list goes on! Merchants from local shops and businesses will make up the Good in the Neighborhood marketplace; here you will find everything from local handmade dresses and jewelry, to gifs from a far. This is a community festival that you won’t want to miss, fun for the whole family! The Good in the Neighborhood festival has grown so big in the past 20 years that this year kicks off the first year in its brand new location at Lillis-Albina Park located on N. Flint and Russell St. For a complete line-up of music and events visit www.goodintheneighborhood.org . This year’s event kicks off with the Good in the Neighborhood Parade on June 23rd and runs through to Sunday June 25th.