The Redd comes alive with salmon and cedar for October open house
Release Date: 10-07-2015

WHAT: Inner southeast Portland neighbors and businesses and Oregon food innovators will join foresters, fishermen, musicians, and community organizers for a rain-or-shine celebration of the season and its natural bounty at The Redd on Salmon Street. A future working hub for the regional food economy, the Redd is opening its doors for neighbors, partners, future tenants, and the public to share in:

  • Lumber milling demonstration by Coquille Indian Tribe members, who are bringing cedar logs from their Sek-wet-se forest to serve as beams and siding in rebuilding the Redd Foundry building
  • Music from musician and sonic artist Rebecca Gates
  • Wild sockeye salmon barbecue by Iliamna Fish Co.
  • A tour of the two-block campus and a review of design plans that mesh dynamic public spaces with 60,000+ SF of active food production, distribution, and warehouse space in the heart of the city
  • Pumpkin carving

WHEN: Friday, October 23, 4-9 p.m.

WHERE: The Redd on Salmon Street, 831 SE Salmon Street, Portland, OR 97214

COST: Free and open to the public. Salmon and squash dinner available while it lasts.

CONNECT: @ReddonSalmon


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