Business News October 2021 – The Cedar Mill News


Sean Kuriyan with “eight and two”.

CMBA — refine your online presence

Tuesday, October 12, noon, via Zoom

The Cedar Mill Business Association continues its monthly speaker and networking meetings through Zoom. Our speaker this month is Sean Kuriyan with “eight and two”. Sean will share his knowledge on topics that can improve your online presence, track your website’s performance, and save you time. Topics that will be covered include SEO and local research, marketing tracking and analysis, marketing automation tools, project management and collaboration tools, and outsourcing.

ACBM members will receive the Zoom link through the monthly e-newsletter. We invite our guests to two free and free tours. Please contact Tammy at [email protected] to receive the link to meeting information. For more information on the Cedar Mill Business Association, please visit our website.

Cedar Mill Farmer’s Market

Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., corner NW Cornell and Murray Rd, in the Safeway parking lot

N&N Amaro offers an incredible variety of fresh and dried peppers, as well as traditional Mexican vegetables and more.

Fall is here, but we’re still open! Come visit us until October 16 to shop and support great local businesses. There is something for everyone at the market, and we want to make sure you can stock up on your favorites before the end of the season.

We also want to say a big thank you to everyone who shopped with us this year. We really love being your farmers market and helping you bring local produce to your homes every week. Together we have the opportunity to support a wide variety of local businesses and help our community thrive. What could be better?

There are only a few weekends left and we don’t want you to miss any! We hope to see you soon.

Village Arts Gallery

Our mission is “to awaken the joy of learning, creating and enjoying art in our community. We support professional and emerging artists by providing affordable, high-quality arts education for children and adults, as well as providing places to share their work. Village Gallery of Arts is a non-profit (501c3) organization, receives no taxpayer money and is made up entirely of volunteer members.

Featured Artist Medha Joshi:

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My art form is Lippan, a traditional wall art from rural Gujarat, India, made of clay and mirrors. My murals are mounted on wood, but the traditional supports are the interior walls of houses. Each petal and each leaf should be shaped in seconds, as they dry quickly.

Featured Craftsman Rae Campbell:

As my work progressed, I incorporated some of my early arts into my glasswork – I went from simple abstract glass pieces to adding photographic glass images. More recently, I am learning to incorporate the look of my fiber arts background into my recent work. It is not fabric, but glass strings that look like woven fabric.

Big, Bold Painting by Lana Nelson: “Autumn Lake”, oil and recycled materials on canvas

This painting was a trip during the pandemic. It started as an unfinished crochet rug project 50 years ago and in 2020 moved from storage in my attic to express the unreality of our world in 2021. I think the capital and dramatic opening of the ballet, “Swan Lake”, also works with “Autumn Lake.”

Artists welcome

Sunday October 10, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Meet the artists and enjoy the new show with refreshments and a cold drink.

Courses and workshops

Registration is online for all courses and workshops. Please see the Village Art Gallery website for details. In-person classes are held at 1060 NW Saltzman.

In-Person Classes for Kids — VGA Education Team
Thursdays, October 7, 14, 21 and 28, 3:45 p.m. – 5 p.m. class of four sessions.
Thursdays, November 4, 11 and 18, 3:45 p.m. – 5 p.m. class of three sessions.
Both sections have a maximum of eight students. Masks required.

Join an exciting class learning a variety of art forms. A rotating team of instructors from our gallery will provide students with the opportunity to explore media and approaches while developing their artistic concepts and skills. Expect 2D and 3D projects every month. All supplies are included. Each course will have a different instructor.

Adult courses and workshops
Kim Black: Pine Needle Basketry – In-Person Class
Friday 22 October from 8.45 a.m. to 2.45 p.m. 10 students maximum. Masks required.

This one-day course will cover basic pine needle basketwork skills. Students will start from a wooden base and finish a four-inch dish using two stitches. The preparation of the material will also be discussed. This class is a fun way to learn a new skill. All supplies are provided by the instructor. Bring your lunch.

Kim Black: Beginner’s Gourd Class – In-Person Class
kim black gourd
Saturday 23 October from 8.45 a.m. to 2.45 p.m. Eight students maximum. Masks required.

This course will cover the basics of working with gourds. We will learn how to clean, cut, stain, burn wood, paint and add pine needles to a gourd. The course does not require prior skills in pine needle basketry. Please bring an apron, mask and any designs you want to put on your water bottle. Bring your lunch.

Jean Anderson: Basic Acrylic Course
Mondays October 25 and November 1 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., via Zoom. Eight students maximum. Course in two sessions.

You will learn the basics of acrylic painting while painting several small floral and landscape paintings during this fun class. This course will cover what to paint on, how to prepare the canvas or panels, how to mix, the difference between acrylics, how to dilute acrylic and extend your painting time. After this course, you will be comfortable with acrylic. Detailed list of supplies provided after registration.

Jean Anderson: Neurographic Art, Beginner, Class 1
Tuesday October 26, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., via Zoom. Eight students maximum. A session class.

Want to relax, bring in the power of your subconscious to solve problems, find peace, and do abstract art? This is the course for you! Neurographic art comes from the work of Pavel Piskarev, a Russian psychologist, and no drawing skills are required. By following the simple instructions I give you, you will be making beautiful art and silencing your inner chatter. We’ll learn the basics of the method and practice, and you’ll come away comfortable in your ability to do it for small and large rooms. This course is a requirement for Neurographic Art Basics 2 and 3. All you need is white paper and a black permanent pen.

Jean Anderson: Neurographic Art, Class 2
Saturday October 30, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., via Zoom. Eight students maximum. A session class.

As the second class in my series of neurographic art offerings, this class will build on the skills learned in class 1. We will bring the beautiful pieces produced in the first session to their final product. I will provide you with more information. on how to use color, texture and art products to finish your paintings. Neurographic Art Basics is a prerequisite for this course. All you need is a black permanent pen, paints, brushes, and paper.

Jean Anderson: Chickens in watercolor and acrylic
Tuesday November 2, 11 am-1pm, via Zoom. Eight students maximum. A session class.

To bring your paintings to life, it is always helpful to add humans and animals. We will be painting a lot of chickens during this lesson. You will have all the skills to add these fun additions to your painting or just paint a chicken. My demos will work for watercolor or acrylic, and a detailed supply list is provided upon registration.

Emily Stevens: Fabric Painting / Holiday Gift Making — In-Person Class
Thursday November 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 10 students maximum. Masks required.

Explore fabric painting (clothing, greeting cards, tote bags, aprons, T-shirts, or wall hangings) and learn basic techniques using paints and fabric mediums. All supplies are provided by the instructor. Come home with samples of painted textile art that can be used for gift giving or for other purposes. Bring clothes or fabric that you want to paint on.

Jean Anderson: Watercolor Batik
Wednesday November 24, 10 am-1pm, via Zoom. Eight students maximum. A session class.

This is a fun and interesting technique on non-traditional paper using century-old batik techniques to create beautiful watercolor batiks. I will provide you with advice on watercolor painting on rice paper, including what type of rice paper to use. You will learn to wax mask with an old brush or traditional batik tools. Full written instructions are included with the class. Recordings for each class will be available for a limited time. A detailed list of supplies is provided upon registration.

Celebrate International Credit Union Day with Sunset Credit Union

Why do hundreds of millions of people around the world choose credit unions? Because each caisse emphasizes service to its members and to local communities. This local service, community by community, contributes to a global reach of over 291 million members.

As cooperative and democratic financial institutions, the success of credit unions depends on the success of their members and their communities. On October 21, Sunset Credit Union will join more than 86,000 credit unions from 118 countries in celebrating the 73rd anniversary of International Credit Union Day.

Credit unions strive to make the world a better place for their members by providing affordable rates and high quality service that make their lives easier and help them achieve their financial goals. Visit Sunset Credit Union to learn more about how their products and services can make your life easier.

Sunset Science Park Federal Credit Union is open to anyone who lives, works, or attends school in Washington County. For more information, drop by their office – 1100 NW Murray Blvd # 200 – or visit their website.

Thursday, Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., 1520 NW Bethany Blvd.

We are having a blood drive in our parking lot, and every donor who provides a pint of blood will receive a coupon for a free pint of beer! Make an appointment by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS, or visit this page and find the date and event to register.

Bring sorted recyclables to James Recycling

Saturday, October 16, 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Columbia Sportswear Headquarters, 14375 NW Science Park Dr.

James Recycling collects sorted recyclable materials during his October recycling collection. The price is set at $ 3 per five-gallon bag of recyclable materials and $ 3 per 39-gallon polystyrene garbage bag. For a list of accepted items and the payment portal, please visit their website.

Two vendors, Simple Sundries and OkiDoki, will have a selection of their products available for purchase at the drive. In addition, Simple Sundries will be setting up a collection table for personal care pumps. These pumps include lotion pumps and hand soap pumps which can be recycled.


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