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« Saturday September 29, 2012 »
Start: 8:30 am
End: 2:00 pm

Every SaturdayNow thru October!
When: Every Saturday, 8:30AM-2PM
Where: NW Miller & Third St
Historic Downtown
Gresham, OR
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Fresh & Local
Shoppers will find all-natural meats and cheeses, fresh-picked produce, nursery stock and fresh-cut flowers, hand-crafted jewelry, soaps, artwork, and much more. Live music and food are always part of the market.
Located on Northwest Miller Avenue between Second and Third Street 8:30AM to 2PM each Saturday now through Oct. 27.

Start: 10:00 am
End: 12:00 pm

Annual Teddy Bear Parade

Bring Your Bear!
When: Sat, Sep 29, 2012 10AM-12PM
Where: Historic Downtown Gresham
(See route below)
Gresham OR
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Teddy Bears Everwhere
The parade will feature floats from local merchants, service organizations, schools, neighborhood groups and individuals. As always, participants will be carrying teddy bears or will be dressed in bear costumes.
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For three decades, the Soroptimists have put on this annual Fall parade to celebrate the “child in all of us” and create a tradition that helped Gresham’s “quaint and special downtown area” to thrive. In addition to the parade, the Soroptimists organize fundraisers throughout the year to raise money for scholarships for deserving women and girls in our community.

Start: 12:00 pm
End: 3:00 pm

$5 Bike Helmets and more!
When: Sat, Sep 29, 2012 12PM-3PM
Where: Gresham Center for the Arts Plaza
Third Street and Hood Av
Gresham, OR
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Bike fun and safety abound during the annual Transportation Fair from 12PM to 3PM Saturday, Sep. 29th, at the Gresham Center for the Arts Plaza between Third Street and Hood Avenue in historic downtown. Join us at the Transportation Fair for a good time after the Teddy Bear Parade.

  • Education about transportation options and safety
  • Bike helmet sale for $5.00 (all ages!)
  • Tips on how to take your bike on transit

This event is co-sponsored by the City's Transportation Planning Division and the Gresham Regional Center Transportation Manangement Association.

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