HBBA Pres.: Hilda Stevens

explore@hawthornepdx.com

Meetings: Second Weds. at 8 am

Western Seminary classroom

5511 SE Hawthorne Blvd.  

hawthornepdx.com / 503.775.7633

34th Annual Hawthorne Street Fair – Sunday, August 27, 11 am to 7 pm. More details in the center pages.

Invite your friends and relatives to town. Activities will welcome you at SE 10th where Toffee Club, Free Geek and others will entertain you on your way east. You’ll want to check out other activities and businesses such as Hot Lips Pizza, on your way.  There will be bike racks at SE 30th, near Cesar E. Chavez (SE 39th) and at the many bike corrals along the way. Coming from the east, you will find activities at Roosevelt’s Terrariums, New Seasons, Hawthorne Hophouse, The Fernie Brae and Seahorses to date.

Activities, opportunities and entertainments for every age group will be available for your enjoyment and delight. SPECIAL TREATS: the Art Car Cruise-In between Cesar Chavez and the Main Stage at 38th; the Lego Robotics Exhibit inside Fred Meyer; the 25th Anniversary of Kids at Heart with many kid-friendly activities on SE 35th and other kids’ entertainment in front of Echo Theater and near Hawthorne Theater. The Boulevard’s many shops and eating and drinking establishments will be open for business and look forward to having you drop in and check out their wares and/or their food and drink.

Some shops – Metro, 4PDX, Hawthorne Cutlery, Teascape, Dr. Brian Duby, Classic Collection Hats, Road to Tibet, Imelda’s/Louie’s, Portland Cider House and more will have a presence on the street, too. We are sharing the Boulevard with local artists and vendors as well as community groups that want you to know more about their services and opportunities. Goodwill will have sale items in their parking lot at SE 36th.

Thank you to our Street Fair Sponsors: Fred Meyer Hawthorne, Rivermark Community Credit Union, Roosevelt’s Terrarium, Asylum, Kalberer Properties, Mariko Locke State Farm, New Seasons, Portland Cider Company, Presents of Mind, and US Bank and smaller ones, too.. SE Examiner, Really Good Stuff, Kids at Heart and the Portland Tribune are in-kind sponsors!