Roseway Resident Survey Results

Several months ago our committee on re-branding set out to survey as many Roseway residents as were willing.  Several hundred participated and provided information on their demographics, household and other questions about diversity and open ended questions regarding their general feeling about our neighborhood.  Posted below is a link to the full PDF of survey respondents.  The Roseway Neighborhood Association will be evaluating the data to better help guide our future direction of the board and to better understand what topics and issues are important to you, our fellow residents.  We plan to have more information at our October neighborhood meeting as well as in future newsletters.

Roseway Survey Data 02.25.2014

Shaved Ice, Music and Neighborhood Meeting

Come out to the 72nd avenue park block (between NE Beech and NE Failing) to join the Roseway Neighborhood Association for some free shaved ice, conversations and music!  The band, “Josh’s Junction” will strike up some bluegrass/folk music at 6:30pm and we’ll begin the meeting at 7pm.

Come on out on Tuesday July the 8th and join the festivities!  All are welcome!!

 

Free summer concerts in Glenhaven Park

Left-Coast-Country Tony-Starlight Free Portland Parks & Recreation summer concerts in Glenhaven Park begin this week!

Come and join in the free, all-ages fun Thursdays in July. Shows start at 6:30 p.m. and include free kids art activities. New this year, sponsor Missing Link will provide free bike and stroller corrals to park your wheels.

You can buy gelato and sandwiches (including the “Tony Starlight”) from Bacchi’s Italian Delicatessen or vegetarian salad & spring rolls from Rolls Plus Grill. Or bring a picnic and your own beer or wine. Well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome.

The SentimentsThis year’s schedule:

July 10: Maid Brigade presents Left Coast Country (bluegrass)
July 17: Tony Starlight (Hollywood’s own troubadour)
July 24: The Sentiments (ska)

Thanks to 2014 series sponsors: Andeo, Duff’s Garage-Lounge, Earth-Centric, Hookset Automotive, Laurelwood Public House & Brewery, The Lumberyard Bike Park, Maid Brigade, Missing Link, Nest Design, Original Taco House, Pacific Power, Portland Family Dentistry, Realty Trust — Sue & James Coon, Roseway Neighborhood Association, Roseway Roots and Umpqua Bank.

General meeting & shave ice social

Join the Roseway Neighborhood Association for its summer general meeting, Tuesday, July 8, in the 72nd Avenue park blocks between NE Beech and Failing.

Meet your neighbors, bring your concerns, hear what guest speakers have to say and get ready for a couple of special treats — free shave ice (served by Ono) and music by Josh’s Junction (featuring bluegrass and folk musicians from Roseway and other parts of Portland).

The meeting is from 7-8 p.m.; the music will get going around 6:30. You may want to bring a chair or blanket.

See you there!

Roseway Garden Walk this Saturday – June 28th

Roseway Neighborhood Association is initiating a new event to foster closer connections between neighbors, to encourage an exchange of ideas about gardens, to illustrate the potential for beautification, and to celebrate our community.

Join us this Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 11:00 till 3:00 through several Roseway residents that will open their gardens for us to view. Many of us have walked by these gardens and appreciated the plantings and landscaping from the street. Now we have an opportunity to see full gardens and perhaps discuss plants and ideas with the proud caretaker. Most gardens in our neighborhood are small and some gardeners have consequently made careful plant and hardscape selections while others have taken a more natural and seemingly random approach to their gardens. Garden style is a matter of individual preference and character, but every garden is a unique adventure. Perhaps seeing what others have created will inspire us with ideas for our own gardens. Perhaps the walk might even motivate us to actually start those projects we’ve been postponing till a “better time”. But it will most certainly be a great opportunity to connect with and enjoy the neighborhood.

Click on the links below for a printable list of addresses.  For those more tech savvy, click on the Google Maps link using any Google Map enabled device (iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Tablet, etc.). With this Google map, you can utilize your smartphones’ GPS to access turn-by-turn directions to each home. A small number of printed addresses will be available at Fairley’s and Safeway and there will also be signs posted at each open garden.

Click link below for PDF of Homes
Roseway Garden Walk

Click here For Google Maps (PC Version)

Click here for mobile phone version

 

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