Phone: 503-823-PLAY (7529)
1120 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 1302, Portland, OR 97204
Offered from June 20, to August 25
Free lunch at all sites, plus sports, games, and arts and crafts.
57% of young Portlanders qualify for free or reduced-price lunch during the school year. Without school lunches, summer becomes the time when nearly 50,000 Portland children face hunger daily. The Free Lunch + Play program supports families by offering nutritious meals and recreational activities during the summer recess.
Working alongside community partners, Portland Public Schools, David Douglas, and Centennial School Districts, PP&R coordinates the Free Lunch + Play program to ensure that it meets the changing needs in our community. PP&R and its partners are constantly innovating. Our “mobile playground program” brings recreation to children at apartment complexes in neighborhoods where parks and playgrounds don’t exist.
Producing these special events is possible with the help of lasting partnerships with neighborhood associations and community members like you!
|Arbor Glen Apartments, 2609 SE 145th Ave||11am-3pm||12:30pm||4|
|Bellrose Station Apartments, 7911 SE 92nd Ave||10am-1pm, Tuesday only
2pm-5pm, Thursday only
|Creston Park, SE 44th and Powell Blvd||11am-3pm||Noon||9|
|Essex Park, SE 79th and Center St||11am-3pm||Noon||9, 72|
|Gilbert Heights Park, SE 130th and Boise St||10am-1pm, Monday only||11:30am||17|
|Harrison Park, SE 84th and Harrison St||11am-3pm||Noon||4, 72|
|Lents Park, SE 92nd and Holgate Blvd||11am-3pm||Noon||17, 72,|
|Lincoln Park, SE 135th and Mill St||11am-3pm||12:30pm||4, 71|
|Mill Park, SE 117th and Mill Ct||10am-1pm, Wednesday only||11:30am||71|
|Mt. Scott Park, SE 72nd and Harold St||10am-4pm||Noon||14, 72|
|Parklane Park, SE 155th and Main St||10am-1pm, Friday only||11:30am||20|
|Raymond Park, SE 118th and Raymond St||11am-3pm||Noon||10|
|Ventura Park, SE 117th and Stark St||11am-3pm||Noon||20|
|West Powellhurst Park, SE 115th and Division St||2pm-5pm, Friday only||3pm||4, 71|
|Holly Farm Park, 10819 SW Capitol Hwy||11am-3pm||Noon||44|
|Stephens Creek Crossing, 6715 SW 26th Ave||11am-3pm||12:30pm||44|
|Alberta Park, NE 22nd and Killingsworth St||11am-3pm||Noon||8, 17, 72|
|Argay Park, NE 141st and Failing St||2pm- 5pm, Wednesday only||3pm||21, 22|
|Eastgate Station Apartments, 100 NE 120th Ave||2pm-5pm, Tuesday only||3pm||20, 25,|
|Khunamokwst Park, NE 52nd and Alberta St||11am-3pm||12:30pm||71, 75|
|Montavilla Park, NE 82nd and Glisan St||11am-4pm||Noon||19, 72|
|Ortiz Community Center, 6736 NE Killingsworth St||10:30am-2:30pm||Noon||72|
|Senn's Dairy Park, NE 112th Ave||2pm-5pm, Monday only||3pm||21, 22, 87,|
|Wellington Park, NE 66th and Mason St||11am-3pm||Noon||24, 71|
|Wilkes Park, 3655 NE 154th Ave||11am-3pm||Noon||21, 23|
|Woodlawn Park, NE 13th and Dekum St||11am-3pm||11:30am||8, 75|
|Arbor Lodge Park, N Bryant and Delaware Ave||10am-1pm, Thursday only||11:30am||35, 44, 75|
|Charles Jordan Community Center, 9009 N Foss Ave||11:30am-1:30pm||Noon||4, 35|
|Columbia Park, N Lombard and Woolsey Ave||11am-4pm||Noon||75|
|Dawson Park, N Stanton and Williams Ave||Lunch only||Noon||4, 44|
|Kenton Park, 8417 N Brandon Ave||11am-3pm||Noon||4,|
|McCoy Park, N Fiske and Fessenden St||11am-5pm||Noon||4|
|Peninsula Park, N Albina and Rosa Parks Way||11am-5pm||Noon||4, 44|
|St. Johns Park, N Central and Chicago Ave||11am-3pm||Noon||4|
|Unthank Park, 510 N Shaver St||11am-3pm||Noon||4, 24, 44|
Interested in becoming a sponsor over $5,000?
Kellie Torres, Development Manager
503-823-5589 | email@example.com
Interested in becoming a neighborhood sponsor?
Jamison Holtz, Program Specialist
503-964-1240 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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