Nadaka Community Festival

Everyone is invited to the 5th Annual Nadaka Community Festival to be held on the south two acres of Nadaka and on the meadow.  There will be free hot dogs while they last, fun activities for children and families, live music and dancing. There will be an Interpretive Nature Walk with the Audubon Society of Portland from 9am to 10am.

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Event Date: Saturday, August 22nd

Main Event Time: 12PM – 3PM

Interpretive Nature Walk Time (meet at the picnic structure): 9-10am.

Location: 17615 NE Glisan Street Portland, OR 97230. (Even though the address says Portland the park is located in Gresham).

 Entrances/Parking: Parking is available in the Wilkes East neighborhood or in the St. Aidan’s parking lot next to Nadaka. Entrances are at 176th and NE Pacific St. or 176th and NE Glisan St.

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Tadpole Tales for Children at Nadaka

Children aged 3-5 with their parents are invited to a short story and guided nature walk. Watch birds fly overhead, search for hidden animal homes, and learn about local trees and flowers. Themes change monthly. Event runs rain or shine.  $3 admission/donation per child, no charge for adults.  Families are welcome to bring a snack.

Meet at the picnic shelter at Nadaka, NE 176th & NE Glisan.

Contact Info

Cleanup at Nadaka

Rain or shine.  Come dressed for weather.  Help improve Nadaka by removing invasives, trail maintenance, weeding planted beds and litter removal. Work gloves and tools provided.  Refreshments for volunteers. Learn which plants are native to Nadaka and which are invasives and need to be removed. Even if you can only volunteer for One Hour it will help.  There is so much to be done at Nadaka to keep it looking like the wonderful park it is.

Meet at Nadaka picnic shelter next to NE Glisan & NE 176th Ave.

Corbett Charter School Students - Project

Corbett Charter School Students – Project

Festival Committee Meeting

Everyone invited to attend the Nadaka Festival Committee Meeting to help make plans for the 5th Annual Nadaka Community Festival which will be held on Saturday, August 22nd this year.  With the addition of the community garden, nature based play area, covered picnic shelter, etc this promises to be the best Nadaka Festival ever.  We need volunteers to make this happen and that means you!

Nadaka Ambassadors Meeting

The Friends of Nadaka are forming an Ambassador program to involve volunteers who are willing to volunteer at Nadaka.  Some things Ambassadors may do will be walk through the park to be eyes on the park, talk to people and perhaps pick up any liter they see.  The program is brand new and we need volunteers with suggestions and the desire to improve Nadaka.  Come to help the Friends of Nadaka figure out what an Ambassador will do.

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Tadpole Tales for Children at Nadaka

Tadpole Tales for Children at Nadaka

 Children aged 3-5 with their parents are invited to a short story and guided nature walk. Watch birds fly overhead, search for hidden animal homes, and learn about local trees and flowers. Themes change monthly.  Event runs rain or shine.  $3 admission/donation per child, no charge for adults.  Families are welcome to bring a snack. 

Register for this event.  Meet at the picnic shelter at Nadaka, NE 175th & NE Glisan.

Contact Info

  • Monica at monica@friendsofnadaka.org or 503-956-8558

Nadaka Tea Party Fundraiser

2015-04-28 16.36.19Everyone is cordially invited to a Nadaka Tea Party Fundraiser to celebrate the Camp Fire Girls of Nadaka.  Come and enjoy delicious scones, sandwiches, desserts and tea while enjoying stories from some of the Camp Fire Girls who spent time at Nadaka Camp.  Then enjoy a quick walk through the forest to feel the magic.

You are encouraged to wear a hat and there will be a prize for the best one.

Seating is limited so make your reservation now.

Reservations can be made a 4 ways.

1.Online by clicking the button below and submitting electronic payment,

Eventbrite - Nadaka Tea Fundraiser

2. By printing, completing, scanning, & emailing form below to monica@friendsofnadaka.org and sending a check to our fiscal agent Columbia Slough Watershed Council (7040 NE 47th Ave Portland , OR 97218).

Tea Registration Paper Form

3.Mailing completed form and check to: Monica McAllister- Nadaka Nature Park /Columbia Slough Watershed Council 7040 NE 47th Ave Portland , OR 97218.

4.Handing completed forms with check or cash to Monica-Nadaka Nature Park Coordinator or Lee Dayfield– Friends of Nadaka.

 

All checks should be made out to Columbia Slough Watershed Council (CSWC),

  Nadaka’s fiscal agent, with the memo stating Nadaka Tea Fundraiser.

Any questions should be directed to Monica McAllister- Nadaka Nature Park Coordinator. Email at monica@friendsofnadaka.org or call at 503-956-8558.

 

Stewardship Saturdays at Nadaka

Rain or shine.  Come dressed for weather.  Help improve Nadaka by removing invasives, trail maintenance and litter removal. Basic plant identification lesson. Work gloves and tools provided.  Refreshments for volunteers.  Meet at Nadaka picnic shelter next to NE Glisan at NE 176th.

Stewardship Saturdays

Stewardship Saturdays

Tadpole Tales for Children at Nadaka

This is a weekly event occurring on Wednesdays in May (Please RSVP for each date you plan to attend). Children aged 3-5 with their parents are invited to a short story and guided nature walk. Watch birds fly overhead, search for hidden animal homes, and learn about local trees and flowers. Themes change weekly.Event runs rain or shine.  $3 admission/donation per child, no charge for adults.  Families are welcome to bring a snack.  Additional event dates can be found here: Tadpole Tales

Register for this event.  Meet at the picnic shelter at Nadaka, NE 176th & NE Glisan.

Contact Info

  • Lianne Bailey (Education Coordinator)
  • (503) 281-1132