Gateway Green Gets Acupuncture Needle, Monday, August 9, 6:30 p.m. - August 9, 2010
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Acupuncture Portland Project comes to open space between I-84 & I-205


WHAT: Giant acupuncture needle being raised by community members


WHEN: August 9, 6:30 p.m.


WHERE: Gateway Green ( open space in between I-84 & I-205)


WHO: Metro Councilman Rex Burkholder, Gateway Green Board Member Linda Robinson, artist Adam Kuby and others


WHY: Currently this land between the freeways is unused, but behind the scenes activists and elected officials are working to reclaim it as a new recreation area for off-road cycling, hiking & more -- and all in a sustainable way. Metro Councilman Rex Burkholder and Gateway Green Board Member Linda Robinson will update us on their progress.


Directions: Take the bike path north from the Gateway Transit Center. Come by bike if you can, or park and walk from Gateway.

For a map of locations or more information, go to http://acuportland.org

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