COMMUNITY EVENTS

Coming this Fall —
THE ART OF RECYCLING FESTIVAL 

Sunday, November 17, 2019 from 12-3 PM

Join Grace Institute and Grace Art Camp and Partners for a National Recycling Day full of new projects, sounds and info!

 

THE ART OF RECYCLING FESTIVAL

Sunday, November 18, 2018 from 12-3 PM

For the 2018 Art of Recycling Festival we shared a recycled project. Annie created a steamer trunk for her cat to put his toys. Thank you to Paddington Bear.

Grace Institute and Grace Art Camp and guests celebrated National Recycling Day with a puppet show, music played on instruments made from recycled objects, and up-cycled art projects, all led by multi-talented Grace Art Camp artists!

Healthy snacks, fun tips on living green, recycling and art-making using recycled and up-cycled materials.

12 to 3 pm – Up-cycle Art Activities with Grace Art Camp Artists
12 to 1 pm – Trash Tunes with GAC artist and musician, Robert Randall
1 pm – Puppet show by KCPuppetree with GAC artist, Kelly Campbell
2 pm – Trash Tunes with Robert Randall

Suggested Donation: $5/family or $2/person to benefit Grace Art Camp Scholarships.

THE ART OF RECYCLING FESTIVAL

Sunday, November 19, 2017 from 12-3 PM

Join Grace Institute and Grace Art Camp Artists for a community National Recycling Day celebration to honor our beautiful Bull Run watershed and its ecosystems. Funded by a generous grant from the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, this event features a puppet show about the watershed, music played on instruments made from recycled objects, and up-cycled art projects, all led by multi-talented Grace Institute artists!

Healthy snacks, fun tips on living green, recycling and more!  Admission is free.

  • Learn how simple steps in green living will preserve the watershed.
  • Fun tips on recycling and living green.
  • Enjoy art, art-making

12 to 3 pm – Up-cycle Art Activities with Grace Art Camp Artists
12 to 1 pm – Trash Tunes with GAC artist and musician, Robert Randall
1 pm – Backyard Heroes puppet show by KCPuppetree and GAC artist, Kelly Campbell
2 pm – Trash Tunes with Robert Randall

Location:
Grace Memorial Episcopal Church, Community Hall
1535 NE 17th Avenue

Portland, Oregon  97232

 

Grace Institute is committed to being an open and inclusive community. We accept and support diversity in age, race, physical and mental abilities, sexual orientation and gender identity, religion, and creed in all of its activities and operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and termination of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services.