Pop up Picnic Series

 
Join us this summer for a series of festive pop up picnics at four different community gardens around Portland. Enjoy a free dinner, meet your neighbors and explore the gardens!
 
Monday, July 9 – Libbytown Community Garden
Monday, July 23 – Payson Park Community Garden
Monday, August 6 – Riverton Community Garden
Monday, August 20 – Boyd Street Urban Farm
 
All picnics are from 6-7:30 PM and rain dates are the Monday after the originally scheduled date. These events are free and open to all.
 
Please bring your own picnic blanket or chair.
 
Pop up Picnics are organized by Wayside Food Program and Cultivating Community and sponsored by Town and Country Federal Credit Union Better Neighbor Fund.
 

Monday, July 9th - Libbytown Community Garden (map)

We are excited to announce all of our partners for our kick-off gathering!

-Ice cream from Little Bee Honey Ice Cream
-Lemonade from Oakhurst Dairy
-Snacks from the Portland Food Coop
-Bread from Standard Baking Company
-Free books and a read aloud by The Book Fairy Pantry Project
-Coloring and activities by Michael Klahr Jewish Family Services
-Live music by Portland Ukulele Social Club
-Free produce giveway by the Locker Project

And as always, a full picnic served by Wayside Food Programs and Community Garden Tours hosted by Cultivating Community. A big thanks to Garbage to Garden for providing composting and recycling services and to Town & Country Federal Credit Union Better Neighbor Fund for sponsoring this series. 
 


Monday, July 23rd - Payson Park Community Garden (map)

We are excited to announce our partners for our 2nd Pop up Picnic of the summer!

-Creme Brulee from Brulee Bike
-Lemonade from Oakhurst Dairy
-Snacks from the Portland Food Coop
-Bread from Standard Baking Company
-Free books and a read aloud by The Book Fairy Pantry Project
-Coloring and activities by Michael Klahr Jewish Family Services
-Live music by Bondeko
-Free produce giveway by the Locker Project

And as always, a full picnic served by Wayside Food Programs and Community Garden Tours hosted by Cultivating Community. A big thanks to Garbage to Garden for providing composting and recycling services and to Town & Country Federal Credit Union Better Neighbor Fund for sponsoring this series.