Portland Parks and Recreation is hosting a free community day event to celebrate the natural beauty and green spaces at Rose City Golf Course. Join us for activities, games, nature, and a live musical concert by the Norman Sylvester Band. All are welcome!
If you’ve never been to Rose City Golf Course, this day is for you. You can learn about the history of the land, it’s trees, and all the wildlife that make their home at the golf course. There will be interactive activities for kids, fun putting and chipping games for all ages, food and beverage for purchase, and a live musical performance by the Norman Sylvester Band. All are welcome to enjoy the great outdoors with us on Community Day at Rose City Golf Course!
Time: 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm (live concert at 6:00 pm)
Location: Rose City Golf Course clubhouse area, 2200 NE 71st Avenue, Portland, Oregon
Parking is limited, thank you for walking, car pooling, or using public transportation if you are able.
All activities are free! Food and beverage available for purchase.
More information please visit Portland Parks and Recreation events page
Did you know e-bike rentals are available in Rose City Park Neighborhood? They are! This summer, RCPNA Vice-Chair Zachary Lauritzen is leading three rides to introduce neighbors to the joy and utility of electric mobility. The three dates are all on Saturdays: June 18th, July 16th, and August 13th. We will meet at 9:15am, depart at 9:30am, and return at 10:30am. Location to be announced.
If you have not yet ridden one: e-bikes are a ton of fun! They give that extra boost that flattens hills, allows you to carry more weight (groceries, children, etc.), and to do so without getting sweaty. There are a few goals to these summer rides:
1. Introduce people to the process of how to rent an e-bike.
2. Tour some safer street routes in and around Rose City Park.
3. Experience the ease and joy of electric-assist travel.
4. Meet your friends and neighbors.
5. Get to know eco-friendly modes of transportation for getting around our community.
All participants will receive free rides for the day courtesy of a partnership with Niketown. Part of the program is learning how to sign up and rent the bikes. Anyone who can ride an adult-sized bike is welcome. Bring a helmet if you have one, though some will be provided. If you want to participate, please email Zachary at firstname.lastname@example.org. As event dates near, he will send out the details for each ride.
Are you interested in serving your community on the Rose City Park Neighborhood Association? If so, consider filling the role of Board Chair! Follow this link for a list of responsibilities.
Please email Alison Stoll (email@example.com), executive director of Central Northeast Neighbors, with questions and/or to indicate your interest in the position. The current RCPNA board hopes to identify the next chair at the next board meeting on August 2nd.
- The meeting documents for the Thursday, July 21 LUTC meeting can be found here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-fj_LRgayGE-v6j6Ej1IItMmtszbOaqq
- Here’s the Agenda with Zoom link. We try to open up the Zoom about 10 min early to welcome folks as they arrive.
It’s concert season and RCPNA needs your help! In order to put on our Picnic in the Park Concert on July 23rd from 6-8pm, we need volunteers to assist with set-up, tabling, and clean-up.
Please sign up for one or more activities using our SignUp Genius. The more folks that volunteer, the easier, and more fun, the effort will be. For more information about the concert please check out our Picnic in the Park Concert page.
Please let us know if you have any questions by reaching out at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to see you at the concert!
Rose City Park
NE 62nd Ave. and NE Thompson St.
2022 concert: July 23, 6-8pm
Please join us July 23rd from 6-8pm, as RCPNA hosts Lil’ Queenie for our annual Picnic in the Park Concert at Rose City Park. The concert will be set amphitheater-style in the northwest corner of the park near the playground, and neighbors are encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and picnics to the show.
We can’t wait to sing, dance, and mingle with you on July 23!
RCPNA’s 2022 Picnic in the Park Concert was made possible by a Central Northeast Neighbors (CNN) Small Grant award facilitated through the City of Portland Office of Community and Civic Life. We are thankful to live in a neighborhood and City that supports bringing music and events to our residents and their guests. RCPNA is acquiring a Noise Variance Permit to provide amplified music in a public space and while we would like to jam all night, the show will end at 8pm to respect our neighbor’s evening quiet time. Members of the RCPNA Board of Directors and various committees will be on-hand to answer questions and share Association updates.