PAINT CLINTON STREET

SUNDAY UPDATE:
  • We need a volunteer paint-passer-outer for an hour or two, from 10am. 
  • PAINTING begins at 10:00am until we are finished!

Bring your kids & come paint this lovely street mural on SE Clinton & 19th.

Images and last minute updates here: https://www.facebook.com/events/214574499032125

PAINTING & OTHER THINGS SCHEDULE:

Saturday June 3
12-2pm – potluck & opening circle (bring food/drink to share!)
2-7pm – STREET PAINTING for people of all ages
TBD – I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM (Yay 50 Licks!)
2-3:30pm – henna tattoo station
4-6pm – Ten Spiders banjo trio ~ LIVE

Sunday June 4
10am until done – STREET PAINTING for people of all ages
5-6pm – closing circle

Come when you can & please check the SUPPLIES NEEDED list below.

SUPPLIES NEEDED (updated)
Do you have items? We need ’em! Please check this list and bring what you can!

There are other items besides paint that we hope to borrow or have donated. If you have this item, please let us know in the comments, including when you’ll be planning to join.

  • brooms, preferably wide
  • string
  • tape measure
  • painter’s tape
  • roller pads of all sizes (we have frames)
  • various kinds/sizes of paint brushes
  • cardboard/carpet/pads to sit on while painting
  • yogurt containers or other kinds of small paint holders
  • clean tarps
  • large sponges & rags
  • folding tables & chairs
  • your favorite music playlist
  • hats & sunscreen
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Clinton Street Neighborhood Greenway turns 30

Clinton Street is Portland’s original neighborhood greenway, having been established in 1985 as a safe, comfortable space for neighbors, local business, families and kids to move about inner SE Portland neighborhoods. Despite this long history of being a quiet neighborhood street, in 2015 too many people attempt to use Clinton Street as a high-speed shortcut, and daily traffic volume is two to three times higher than the goal the City of Portland has set. Everybody wants Clinton Street to be a safer street with lower volumes of auto traffic and slower vehicle speeds where neighbors, pedestrians, and bicycles are given priority, and people stop to shop and support our local businesses.