MTNA Home
News Events History Contact Us About the Mount Tabor Neighborhood Association Links of Interest

Want to notify us of an upcoming event? Please contact us.

Events

 
Next Regular MTNA Meeting - October 15, 2014

Please join us for our next monthly neighborhood association meeting at 7 pm on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, at the Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church, located at SE 54th & Belmont. No meeting in December.  Click here to read the minutes of our Sept. 17  meetiing.

Visit the MTNA on Facebook

September 27 - Columbia River Orienteeriing Club

An Orienteering meet at Mount Tabor is planned for that date
Details:
- Participants will receive a map with marked control points. On the ground, the control points are indicated by a orange and white flag that sort of looks like a small box kite.
- The objective is to find all the control points on your course and return to the finish in the shortest possible time
- Between 30 and 50 people are expected.
- Admission is free and open to the public.
- There will be negligible impact on park resources.  All control flags will be placed near existing roads and trails.

Go to
www.CROC.org, under Event for more info

November 18 and December 10- Future uses of Mt. Tabor Reservoir site

What happens after the resservoirs are disconnected?  This two-part meeting is schduled to run both dates from 7-9 pm in the McGuire Auditorium, Warner Pacific College.  According to the City, "attendees will learn about the various restrictions and limitations that exist for this site, and they'll be asked to contribute and comment on site-appropriate proposals that meet this site's limitations."  

More details will follow.

Admisson is free at the kayak museum

At least 30 full-sized, functional replicas of Arctic hunting kayaks as well as other exotic watercraft, are displayed  in the museum at 5340 SE Lincoln St. Admission is free, but for now the only scheduled open hours are from 4 pm to 7 pm Wednesdays and from 9am-noon on Tuedays and Thursdays.. Visitors are also welcome when there is an “Open” sign in the window or by arranging an appointment by calling the building’s owner and the builder of the kayaks, Harvey Golden, at 503-234-0264 or contacting him at harveydgolden@gmail.com

More information can be obtained by visiting http://www.traditionalkayaks.com/locationhours.html or http://www.facebook.com/LSKCM. The Facebook initials are for the museum’s formal name, The Lincoln Street Kayak and Canoe Museum.