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Hump Day Community Forum May 22nd

The Forum will be held Tuesday, May 22 from 7 pm - 8:30 pm @ The Refuge, 116 SE Yamhill, Portland, OR 97215.

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(PORTLAND, OR) - I am hosting a Hump Day Community Forum which is for all artists, all performers and all creative grassroots entrepreneurs.

In this community forum I will present the idea of a new event called "Hump Day." Where the goal is to preserve and protect the opportunities we have; while improving the quality of those opportunities and making more available. I have been working with "Last Thursday" and the City of Portland the past two years and it has all lead up to this.

"Last Thursday" has reached maximum capacity with over 20,000 people coming to a residential business district.

We need another event in a district that can handle the magnitude that "Last Thursday" has turned into. In a place that plenty of room for expansion.

The best place in the city to host an event like this is the South East Waterfront. The day is the second Wednesday of the month; "Hump Day."

I will spend the first half hour going over the vision, then I can open the floor for all questions and concerns.

Everyone's perspective will provide valuable input in the creation of this event. It is for all of us.

The Forum will be held Tuesday, May 22 from 7 pm - 8:30 pm @ The Refuge, 116 SE Yamhill, Portland, OR 97215.

Feel free to RSVP and extend the invite on Facebook @ Facebook




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