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Our thoughts and condolences are with Commissioner Fish's family and friends.
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Annual celebration of Native culture includes food, arts, crafts
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Crucial Summer Free For All program provides free lunches, games, and activities to kids citywide
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FREE yard tree giveaways and other family-friendly events
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A celebration of the life of one of Portland’s most influential leaders, held at his namesake community center
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Completion expected in summer 2020; project creates a new regional destination in East Portland
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Portland Parks & Recreation and The Halprin Landscape Conservancy (HLC) are pleased to announce that restoration of the four historic sites within the Portland Open Space Sequence is complete.
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A celebration and show of support for and with Portlanders from around the globe
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A celebration of those new to Portland and to the United States
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Hot weather is on the way – stay cool with Portland Parks & Recreation
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Outdoor swim pools open Tuesday, June 19, 2018
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ALL indoor and outdoor pools to be CLOSED for staff training on Monday, June 17
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Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R)’s extremely popular Summer Free For All (SFFA) series returns for 2019 with amazing events all summer long.