Update: This event is now full with 20 registered. Thank you!
We hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy in these trying times. With COVID-19 limiting our options for socialization and travel, we’ve come to appreciate Pier Park more than ever as a place to immerse oneself in nature, and let go of some of that emotional stress these days might bring.
Normally Friends of Pier Park would have already held a couple of park clean up events, but for obvious reasons these have had been postponed until now.
On Saturday, October 24 from beginning at 9:00 AM and until noon, Friends is hosting a clean up at Pier Park as part of Portland Parks and Recreation 17th annual No Ivy Day, and we hope you can join us.
Registration for No Ivy Day
In order to meet COVID-19 requirements, participation is limited to 15, and pre-registration is recommended. To learn more about No Ivy Day city-wide, to go No Ivy Day 2020. The Pier Park registration link is near the bottom of the page. Or, select Register for Pier Park No Ivy Day 2020. (This event is now full with 20 participants. Thank you!)
We also would like to encourage one and all to vote this November for The City of Portland Ballot Measure 26-213. The measure restores recreation programs, parks, nature, and water through a five-year levy. This year of COVID-19 has shown us more than ever how important Portland’s Parks are to the well-being of all our citizens. VOTE, VOTE, VOTE.
Thank you for all your Park support – looking forward to seeing you soon,
Friends of Pier Park