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Come to the Village Building Convergence!

The Village Building Convergence, organized by a coalition of Southeast Uplift, the City Repair Project, and other local groups, is a ten day marathon of brainstorming, discussions, and hands-on work in the neighborhoods of Southeast Portland towards actualizing a convivial, ecological vision of city life. Come get your hands dirty building authentic community and an ecological future!
The Village Building Convergence, organized by a coalition of Southeast Uplift, the City Repair Project, and other local groups, is a ten day marathon of brainstorming, discussions, and hands-on work in the neighborhoods of Southeast Portland towards actualizing a convivial, ecological vision of city life. Come get your hands dirty building authentic community and an ecological future!

Come learn about do-it-yourself park creation, natural building techniques, solar design, "intersection repair" (turning ugly intersections into village squares), and hear from many visionary activists, both local and internationally known.

The following sites will showcase a variety of projects related to the themes of the Convergence:


* SE 47th/Ivon; Richmond Neighborhood
* Cob Sauna; Richmond Neighborhood
* SE 19th/Washington; Buckman Neighborhood
* SE 21st/Division (Mirador); 7 Corners Localization Initiative; Hosford-Abernathy Neighborhood
* SE 8th/Ankeny(KBOO/Citybikes); Buckman Neighborhood
* SE 33rd/Salmon; Sunnyside Neighborhood
* SE 9th/Sherrett (Share-It Square); Sellwood Neighborhood
* SE 33rd/Yamhill (Sunnyside Piazza); Sunnyside Neighborhood
* New Day School (SE 18th and Clinton); Hosford-Abernath Neighborhood
* SE 20th and Woodward; Hosford-Abernathy Neighborhood

To find out more, visit  http://www.cityrepair.org/vbc

homepage: homepage: http://www.cityrepair.org/vbc

Marching Band 11.May.2003 14:45

Debi talisman@riseup.net

Does anyone know who the marching band wwas at the VBC? and how I can contact them for an event\?


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they were called... 01.Jun.2005 11:28

andy

..the 'march 4th' marching band. dont know how to contact them, try asking the city repair folks.