Join us this Thursday
The Sundown at Ecotrust Concert Series grooves into week three with the uplifting tunes of Holcombe Waller and the Healers, supported by Sarah Jackson-Holman. This week, our focus is on “Honoring Food” so expect an extra tasty Innovation Showcase, plus the usual refreshing beverages and meals from Hot Lips and Laughing Planet. Our evening host, Organically Grown Company, is hosting a fundraiser picnic on the terrace benefitting Portland-based non-profit p:ear.
Holcombe Waller is a Portland singer-songwriter backed by the Healers. Stylistic comparisons have been made to Jeff Buckley and Nick Drake, but Holcombe Waller and the Healers claim their own unique sound. Waller’s multi-tonal soprano vocals play center stage complimented by the gentle support of strings, acoustic guitars, and the fading strains of harmonies heard in echo. Sarah Jackson-Holman’s classical training is the foundation for the heavy layers of warm and soulful melodies that dance between the piano keys and her lovely voice. We’re really looking forward to these two performances!
Purchase tickets for killer raffles featuring Patagonia and NAU apparel, Feast Portland event tickets — plus a collector’s edition Timbers soccer ball with signatures from the original team!
Ride your bike and grab your spot at our free bike valet! Pedal, listen and connect on Thursdays in July at Ecotrust.
721 NW 9th Ave., Portland
Thursdays in July 2012
5:30 – 8:30PM
Check Out the Innovation Showcase
“Honoring Food” on July 19, 2012
Organically Grown Company | Eating Local Guide
Oregon Tilth | EcoPros | OSU Master Gardener Program
Store to Door | Wisdom of the Elders
Portland Fruit Tree Project | Sauvie Island Center | Urban Gleaners
Zenger Farms | Missionary Chocolate | Food Front Coop
Stash Tea | Whole Foods | Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center
Umpqua Bank | Solamor | Side Street Boutique
Green Mountain Energy | Entercom Radio & 94.7 FM
Community Utility Board | EV Road Map | ZipCar
Portland Pedal Power | Car2Go | Getaround | Allie Fuller
Indow Window | Sunlight Solar | VOIS Alliance
Umpqua Bank | Pearl Health Center | Mark Spencer Hotel
PosterGarden | One PacificCoast Bank | ReDirect Guide
NW Neighborhood Association | C.E. John Company
Dave’s Killer Bread
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PDX Kids Calendar is teaming up with local non-profit CHAP, Children’s Healing Arts Project. This week, the kids will make wind-catchers and paper animal masks. Crafts will use paper, yarn, fabric scraps, scissors and markers.
Don’t forget to make your way to the South side of the parking lot to check out the street style exhibitions and interactive booths. This week, we’re Honoring Food. Connect on gardening, chocolate, indigenous foods and more! Portland Fruit Tree Project or Urban Gleaners will share their story of ingenuity and generosity, while Zenger Farms hooks you up with their latest urban farming classes. OSU Master Gardeners Extension Program will be providing information about taking your garden to the next level. Additional spots hosted by our weekly sponsors, such as Getaround, Car2Go, Whole Foods, Missionary Chocolates, Stash Tea and so many more.
Are you interested in helping us put on an inspiring series of community events? The concert series would be impossible without the help of our generous volunteers. We need early afternoon and evening support. If you’re interested, please contact us.
For more information and pricing: www.ecotrust.org/sundown
Event Sales & Marketing Manager, Ecotrust
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