Top 5 Posts On Bridgetown Bites, August 2019

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Welcome back to the Top Five Posts! This time around it’s August 2019 (better late than never). Thanks to all of you for visiting and reading!

5. Vote For Rocky Butte Coffee Roasters For More Community Space

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Bottom line: I urge you to vote for Rocky Butte Coffee Roasters in a contest put on by Business Impact NW. $10,000 is at stake and they are in the third round at this point. You can vote here, once a day until Wednesday, August 28 at 11:59pm PST (to vote, click on the black button right under the video that says “Vote for this Business”). Continue reading “Top 5 Posts On Bridgetown Bites, August 2019”

Vote For Rocky Butte Coffee Roasters For More Community Space

rocky-butte-coffee-roasters-logo-portland-oregon

Bottom line: I urge you to vote for Rocky Butte Coffee Roasters in a contest put on by Business Impact NW. $10,000 is at stake and they are in the third round at this point. You can vote here, once a day until Wednesday, August 28 at 11:59pm PST (to vote, click on the black button right under the video that says “Vote for this Business”). The hope is that with this funding, they can work to expand the business in a number of ways, including creating a local cafe space in the Rocky Butte community, a traditionally underserved area of Portland. Continue reading “Vote For Rocky Butte Coffee Roasters For More Community Space”

Rocky Butte Farmers Market Recap

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Some of the beautiful greens from Starry Moon Farm, a Queer-owned, sustainable, urban micro-farm.

As I mentioned last week, the Rocky Butte Farmers Market had its inaugural pop up and by all apparent metrics, it was a great success. Over 1,000 people attended over the four-hour run, there was everything from vegetables and fruit to honey and soap, ceramics to freshly made tacos, cut flowers and more. Continue reading “Rocky Butte Farmers Market Recap”