A crucial element that can make or break a great neighborhood is an organized community. Knowing your neighbors and your town leaders helps to bring progress and keep a family-like peace to the local. And when you’re looking to buy a home it should be an important feature to keep an eye out for. If you’re looking at homes in the Portland area, you’re in luck.
The Woodstock Community Center located at 5905 SE 43rd Avenue, just west of the Bi-Mart parking lot is a great way for residents to interact and build report. Built in 1928 this historic firehouse is operated and maintained through a partnership between the Woodstock Neighborhood Association’s Friends of the Woodstock Community Center and Portland Parks and Recreation. The Parks and Rec. department offer an array of classes and events like Tae Kwon Do and guitar lessons, a Halloween party, and monthly meetings. For space rental call to check availability and pricing at 503-823-3633, or email Cassandra.Sloan-Nicholson@portlandoregon.gov.
Check out upcoming events like the Land Use Committee Meeting on April 19, 2017.