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More ways to Celebrate Hillsboro: Upcoming events July 20-Aug. 3, 2016

July 20

Food Talk — Oregon is famous for its food — for its long traditions in agriculture and fisheries, and its role in the movement to promote whole foods in communities, schools and home kitchens. In addition to the daily practice of cooking and eating, many Oregonians also think, talk and write about food. This program, facilitated by Wendy Willis, poet, essayist, and executive director of the Policy Consensus Initiative at Portland State University, will offer participants a chance to reflect on how our relationship to food production, preparation and consumption might help create self-sufficiency and empowered citizenship. Hillsboro Main Library. 6 p.m.

Preservation Workshop — The Washington County Museum is hosting a preservation workshop 10 to 11:30 a.m. $10 for adults. $5 for members. The workshop will cover problems that arise from poor storage and handling of old photos. More effective and alternative solutions will be provided. The workshop will include a behind-the-scenes museum tour.

Through July 24

Get an Education — Rose Hawthorne, Layla Bainer, and Megan Horne - the women of “Continuing Education,” HART Theatre’s Page to Stage selection, are always learning. Thrown together by circumstance, the three women bond, form a sorority of sorts and, with the men in - and out - of their lives, rally to preserve a situation that allows them to continue to grow, learn, and get down with The Bard. Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. 185 S.E. Washington St. Tickets $11 +.

July 25

Conversations — Poet Wayne Lee and Novelist Alice Lee, talk about the process of collaborating and publishing works. Hillsboro Main Library, 2850 N.E. Brookwood Parkway, 7 p.m.

July 25 to 29 

Hawaiian Culture — Ho'omoana Hawaiian Cultural Summer Camp, Ka’ana ‘Ike A Ka ‘Ohana. Ho’omoana Hawaiian Cultural Summer Camp is a fun, half-day camp embracing traditions from Hawaii. Grades 1 through 7 learn about ethnically diverse, unique Hawaii experiences, with exposure to Hawaiian culture and history through language, art, music, ukulele, hula, games and food. Rosedale Elementary School, Hillsboro. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily. $150 per child.

Through July 29

Catch some Art — Catch Scappoose artist Tom Clark as the featured artist at Sequoia Gallery through the end of July. First introduced to oil painting by his great-grandmother, plein air artist Valentine Morse, Clark’s paintings capture the beauty and charm of the old masters. Also featured this month is Lieta Gratteri’s watercolor paintings. 135 S.E. Third Ave.

July 30-31

Art Affair — The 13th annual Chehalem Art Affair is an intimate art show featuring local juried artisans in the beautiful Chehalem community south of Hillsboro. Up to 20 local juried artists of various mediums such as ceramics, painting, photography, fabrics and glass. Wine tasting by Ruby Vineyard and The Potters Vineyard. 19438 S.W. Neugebauer Road, Hillsboro. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free.

Aug. 2

Neighborhood Party — Celebrate National Night Out by planning a party in your neighborhood. The annual event encourages neighbor-to-neighbor ties and send the message that criminal activity is not welcome in you neighborhood. Communities with strong neighborhood ties typically have less crime and improved livability. Register your party with the Hillsboro Police Department and officers will stop by for a visit (limited to 25 visits, so plan now). Call Julie Carrasco with questions, 503-615-6756.

Through Aug. 3

Try Track — Join friends and neighbors in a little friendly competition each Wednesday evening through Aug. 3 for an all-comers track meet at Hare Field, 1151 N.E. Grant St. Age groups 6 and under through adults are welcome. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. Meets start at 6 p.m. Free.