Join the Audubon Society and Friends of Nadaka for a family-friendly, guided nature walk, open to both beginners and advanced bird watchers/ naturalists. Bring binoculars if you have them; otherwise, we will have some for you to borrow. Coffee and light refreshment will be provided. Spanish translation is available.
Meet us at the picnic structure. We look forward to seeing you there. For more information about this event contact Monica McAllister at 503-956-8558 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Nadaka Nature Park 17615 NE Glisan St. Portland OR 97230
Dates & Times: Saturday, 9/30, 9am-10am
There are two locations for parking.
1) St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church parking lot next to Nadaka Nature Park located at 17405 NE Glisan Street Gresham, OR 97230.
2) Nadaka Nature Park’s north entrance is at NE Pacific Street and 176th. You may park in the neighborhood and follow the path through the forest to get to the picnic structure.
Photography by: © Michael J. Andersen, CA, Lake Hodges, San Diego County, Feb. 2010
Thank you to everyone who made this year’s Nadaka Community Festival a marvelous success! This year we over 400 participants, 3 performances, and 35 partnering organizations & businesses, 28 of which hosted a community booth!
Nadaka is especially grateful for the generous donation of the magnificent bronze otter and raven by Joan Albertson, the creators of the sculptures, artists Rip Caswell & son Chad Caswell, as well as the work done by Lee Dayfield and Gresham Outdoor Public Art for making the installation and reveal of these beautiful art pieces possible.
A shout out to our wonderful performers/artists, Albertsons & Organically Grown Co. for donating refreshments, Starbucks for donating coffee for volunteers, Rockwood PUD for supplying water. Thank you to our Volunteers/Team Leaders, and the STRYVE & SummerWorks interns who made this an amazing event! We couldn’t have done it without you!
Photos will be posted on the Friends of Nadaka Facebook and website as we receive them. If you have any photos you would like to share from the Festival, feel free to send them in an email to email@example.com or post them on our Facebook page. We look forward to seeing everyone at the park this fall!
Photos by: Gresham Outlook -Christopher Keizur- Bronze Statue, Kalvin Rattanavong- Aztec Dancers
- Albertsons on 181st & Glisan
- City of Gresham
- Owens Corning
- St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
- Organically Grown Company
- Rockwood PUD
Participating Organizations & Businesses
- Audubon Society of Portland
- Boys and Girls Club
- City of Gresham Fire Department
- City of Gresham Police Department
- COG Master Recycler Program
- Columbia Slough Watershed Council
- Cub Scout Pack 214
- CVIP-Citizens Volunteering in Policing
- East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District
- Friends of Trees
- Gresham’s ATP (Active Transportation Plan)
- Johnsons Creek Watershed Council
- Kwianis Club-Rockwood Chapter
- MHCC –Early Head Start Program/Transiciones Programa
- Multnomah County Office
- Multnomah County Elections / Voter Education and Outreach
- Multnomah County Library
- Northwest Family Services
- Planned Parenthood
- Reynolds Education Association
- Rockwood Rising Project
- Rosewood Initiative
- STRYVE- Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere
- Voter Registration Multnomah County
- Wallace Medical Concern
Performers & Artists
- Aztec Dancers
- Terry Baber NW Panman – Steel Drums
- Russian Folk Music with Natalia Hougan
We are delighted to welcome Slider the otter and Seeker the raven to Nadaka. Slider was created by artist Rip Caswell and Seeker was created by artist Chad Caswell. The bronze statutes were made possible by the generous donation of Joan Albertson, Gresham Outdoor Public Art and the artists. Read more here in The Outlook.
Nadaka Park’s Community Garden recently mentioned in The Outlook.
If you missed this garden workshop, the next one is Shutting Down the Garden on Thursday, September 21 @5:30pm-7:00pm. Rain or shine. It will include information on preparing your garden for winter, cover crops and mulch. The workshop is FREE.
Register at: http://outgrowinghunger.org/p/events
or by calling 971-231-4191.