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Jun
2
11:00 AM11:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965, he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

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Jun
1
11:00 AM11:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965,  he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

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May
31
5:00 PM17:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965,  he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

THIS EVENT IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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May
30
5:00 PM17:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965, he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

THIS EVENT IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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May
29
5:00 PM17:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965, he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

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May
28
6:00 PM18:00

Jefferson High School Legacy

North Portland Library — 512 N Killingsworth St

Join us in celebrating the Jefferson High School Legacy Project, a collaborative oral history project between the Jefferson librarian and a US History class that captures the high school experience of Jefferson alumni from a variety of decades through recorded student-led interviews.  Listen to each five minute interview and meet the student and alumni participants.

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May
28
5:00 PM17:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965, he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

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May
27
10:00 AM10:00

Vanport: A Story Lived. A Story Told & Artifacts from Vanport

EXPO Center Hall A — 2060 N Marine Dr

Vanport: A Story Lived. A Story Told combines archival photographs and historical records with personal testimonies of former Vanport residents interwoven throughout. Consisting of 6 pop-up panels, the exhibit presents the multifaceted story of Vanport and its vibrant community. Exhibit includes artifacts from Vanport from the Terry Jones Collection.

Included in the $5 Vanport Spirit Pass
Part of the Spirit of Vanport EXPO

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May
27
10:00 AM10:00

Memory Activism Fair

EXPO Center Hall A — 2060 N Marine Dr

Join us for this rich celebration of local individuals, grassroots groups, and cultural institutions committed to amplify community histories. Explore pop-up exhibits, listening stations, informational tabling by our friends and partners.

Included in the $5 Vanport Spirit Pass
Part of the Spirit of Vanport EXPO

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May
26
11:00 AM11:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965, he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

THIS EVENT IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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May
25
11:00 AM11:00

Artworks of Henk Pander: Building Memories

Cerimon House — 5131 NE 23rd Ave Portland, OR 97211

Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965,  he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?

THIS EVENT IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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