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Park Place presents first Harvest & Halloween Bazaar


The Park Place Neighborhood Association is looking for a few good vendors for their upcoming Harvest & Halloween Bazaar. PPNA leadership is coming together to present its first community event designed to unite the neighborhood in a common goal.

“After what seems like years of divisions in the neighborhood, new leadership has recently been elected with a goal of healing, unity and inclusion,” said PPNA Chairman Bob LaSalle.

by: PHOTO COURTESY: GHOUL GALLERY - Watch out for the undead at the upcoming Halloween Bazaar in the Park Place neighborhood of Oregon City.The Harvest & Halloween Bazaar will be presented from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday Oct. 12, at the Red Community Building on Longview Way, in Oregon View Manor (off Holcomb Boulevard).

Fall is a good time to divide your plants and collect those seeds. PPNA invites residents interested in PPNA to join this event for a Plant & Seed Exchange/Sale. Residents can sell kids’ costumes or Halloween decorations. Avon, Scentsy or other local salespeople are welcome to participate. They can join Ghoul Gallery, Man-Made Products and Bob’s Birdhouses for a fall celebration.

The event has limited indoor space on a first-come reserved basis, and lots of outdoor space on the sprawling lawn for vendor tents. Indoor and outdoor booth space is just $15 when reserved in advance. The first vendors to register will be grandfathered in for future planned events. For more information or booth registration forms, contact LaSalle at 503-318-7969 or Tom Geil, PPNA treasurer, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Additionally, Ghoul Gallery, a local Halloween online vendor will display Hursula, their hearse, for family Halloween photos. This event is sponsored by PPNA with support from Geil’s online Halloween store, GhoulGallery.com