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January 9th, 2019

Happy 2019 from all of us at OPH!

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New Year, New Partners, New Hours etc.

Happy 2019 everyone, this year brings lots of fun activities with OPH's current neighborhood partners and plenty to look forward to with the next rotation starting in February

Winter hours are starting this week, until further notice OPH will be open 11:30am-9:00pm Sun-Wed and 11:30am-10pm Thurs-Sat. See you then!

Each January, The Oregon Public House takes a pause from our regular rotation of partners to focus on organizations working right here in Woodlawn.


All Month: The Woodlawn Farmers Market SNAP match program
Purchases throughout the month support the Woodlawn Farmers Market's independently funded SNAP Match Program, which provides SNAP users a $10 match per market, ensuring access to healthy farm-grown food for all! 

Every Tuesday: Pints with Purpose, benefitting Woodlawn MIC 
$1 per pint of OPH’s house ‘Aletrusim’ brew sold on Tuesdays is donated to the MIC

Saturday the 12th, 2-6pm: Woodlawn Community Garden happy hour at OPH
Calling all community gardeners, supporters and friends. Raise a glass to digging in the dirt!

Thursday the 17th, 4-6pm: Woodlawn Farmers Market, ‘PoP’ Club Promo kid’s event
Learn about the Power of Produce, play veggie bingo, and join the 2-bite club!

Monday the 21st, all day: Concordia/Vernon/Woodlawn NET Charity of the Day
All purchases throughout the day benefit the local neighborhood emergency team

Monday the 21st, 5pm: Woodlawn Neighborhood Association happy hour at OPH
Meet the neighbors who might just save your life and learn about the local neighborhood association

Saturday the 26th, 7-9pm: Woodlawn Neighborhood Association Trivia Night at OPH
Test your Woodlawn knowledge with questions from local experts and prizes for winners!

Sunday the 27th, 7-9pm: Woodlawn Farmers Market presents AirShow at the Pub
Wrap up the month with live music from Farmers Market board member Keith and his band AirShow!


 
So come on over to your neighborhood pub and enjoy a cozy space with community activities during a typically dreary month of the year, all while supporting the nonprofits working hard right in our backyard!
Transition Projects has recently opened the Walnut Park Shelter near the Pub and together with the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association, OPH will be collecting new and gently used items for shelter residents all month long.

Simply drop off items at the Pub and and help our neighbors experiencing homelessness stay warm and secure this season.
February 1st brings New Nonprofit Partners

Join us to meet and Toast to New Charities on Tap, it's your first chance to cast a vote for our new partners and all votes cast on 2/1 will count for double!

So come  show your support for;
- Community Alliance of Tenants
- Portland Meet Portland
- Sisters of the Road
- The Shadow Project 
- Wild Diversity
- Write Around Portland

Give your favorite charity a strong start and enjoy HH prices all day!
Apply to be one of our partners!

Join the 82+ nonprofits which have participated in our rotating GIVE menu program and received the majority of more than $190,771 donated since May of 2013!

Applications will be available here from February 6th-27th for our mid July-Dec 2019 partners. 
Do you know an nonprofit you'd like to see on our GIVE Menu? Let them know we're looking for new partners!

In pursuit of our mission, The Oregon Public House partners with non-profit organizations that respond to a wide gamut of social, communal and environmental needs. We welcome organizations of all sizes, mission focuses and locations so long as they do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, politics, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

Our mailing address is:
700 NE Dekum St. Portland, Oregon 97211

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