Downtown Portland is dressed up for the holidays —are you? Come do your holiday shopping downtown and enjoy some monumental attire around Pioneer Courthouse Square. Our statue mascots have some festive surprises in store for you.
Congratulations to Friends of Trees and their many supporters on their efforts in the Woodstock neighborhood to Save The Giants! Three large sequoia trees were recently saved from potential demolition. They celebrated with supporters this week at The Joinery Woodstock location.
Flat Garry lounging before the festivities kick off.
It's always fun to peruse the photos from fabulous events! We were thrilled to share our downtown showroom with the "Makers" and the "Shakers" in the Portland design community at the October 1st Maker Mixer!
The NW Earth Institute’s EcoChallenge is an opportunity to change your life for good. For two weeks, October 15-29, we challenge you to change one habit for Earth. You choose your challenge, we connect you with other EcoChallengers, and collectively we prove that small actions create real change. Registration is now open! Click on the button below to register your team!
The Joinery is proud to announce a partnership with the Portland Art Museum’s rental sales gallery. The Joinery will be displaying local artists work in our downtown showroom and rotating the featured pieces on a quarterly basis.
Instead of an event-based project, like a street fair or parade, this year the Woodstock Community Business Association (WCBA) dedicated Sunday, September 13th, to an unusual promotion they called “Woodstock Gives Back: A Coordinated Day of Giving”.
In honor of the 2nd installment of our award winning Design Annual, Portland Monthly has teamed up with The Joinery to celebrate (in our hand-built new downtown location) the movers and shakers shaping the design industry in Portland. Slated for October's 1st Thursday, the party will bring together design leaders, supporters, educators and creative influencers for a toast and opportunity to bask in the innovation coming out of our great city.
Far from spending a spare moment browsing for beautiful furniture, too many of our fellow Oregonians are scraping together the resources for their weekly groceries. For this month’s rent. For child care, or an unexpected appliance repair. Some of our hardest-working neighbors can be holding down multiple jobs and still find themselves among the 16% of Oregonians living in poverty or the 37% who are incapable of paying for essential living expenses without assistance.
The Center for Earth Leadership will host a presentation in Portland in October regarding the pursuit of a sustainable economy and society.
Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. at Stoel Rives law firm, 900 S.W. Fifth Ave., Suite 2600, in downtown Portland, will present a view from inside two of Oregon’s B Corporations (businesses specifically operated to pursue a positive impact on society and the environment).