Multnomah Village

  • September 19, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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You've heard of Multnomah Village so many times. Now's your chance to get out and see it. We'll start at one of the most popular dining spots and do a walking tour around town before heading off into Gabriel park, one of Portland's biggest city parks. If you've got a dog, this is one of the best off leash areas in town. There's also a skateboard park and community center with indoor swimming and recreation pools.

Walking tour is about 2 1/2 miles and does involve walking some hills. We will go at a moderate pace.

All events start promptly at the time indicated.

Bring a flashlight and rain gear if rain looks possible.

Fee for this event is $10

 

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  • Teri

    A lot of fun :) here's the website for the swifts, in case anyone is interested.
    www.audubonportland.org/local-birding/swiftwatch

    September 22, 2013

  • Eric W.

    Short walk from the village to Gabriel Park featured a fine view of the full moon on our return!

    September 20, 2013

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      A former member

      Yes, it was most awesome. Maybe the dairy next time--baby steps, baby steps.

      September 21, 2013

  • Eric W.

    Hello, I just sent out a message to all signed up for this Thursday eve's walk in Multnomah Village. As originally posted, we will meet at O'Connor's Bar/Restaurant at 6:30 PM for the walk to Gabriel Park. We will not have time to walk all the way to Alpenrose Dairy. But....I will arrive at O'Connor's at 6:00 PM for those folks who want to hear a little more about the history and architecture of the village. Please be prompt for the 6:30 PM departure from O'Connor's. We'll have a nearly full moon to illuminate the walk if it is clear, but do bring a flashlight. Eric

    September 17, 2013

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