Planned Parenthood

Columbia Willamette

Events Calendar

Here are some of the upcoming events at Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette. Check our event page often to see how you can get involved! You can also like us on Facebook to get the latest event information.

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March 24 - June 16: Brown Bag Lunch Series (Portland, OR)

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Meet the passionate people behind Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette.

Tuesday, March 24: Let’s Advocate
An insider’s look at reproductive health care, access and rights across Oregon. Speaker: Laura Terrill Patten, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon.

Tuesday, April 21: Transgender Care
Expanding access to care: PPCW’s Transgender Care Pilot Program. Speaker: Rian Frachele, Vice President of Patient Services, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette.

Tuesday, May 19: The Planned Parenthood Experience
Learn about what makes Planned Parenthood unique through the eyes of our providers and managers. Speakers: Paula Bednarek, M.D.; Kathleen Wilder, M.D.; and Brenna Monahan, NE Health Center Manager.

Tuesday, June 16: Where Women Need Us Most
Expanding to Clackamas County – Opening a new health center in Milwaukie where the need for care is great. Speaker: Hayley Nunn, Director of Operations, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette


Elizabeth Flanagan Regional Service Center
Susan M. Hammer Board Room
3727 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 
Portland, OR 97212

Time: 12:00 – 1:30pm

Lunch will be provided for those who request them, but we encourage you to bring your lunch! 

RSVP required: 
Email: margot.martin@ppcw.org Phone: 503-280-6156.
Seating limited to 50 guests.  

April 26: Do Right Dance Party (Portland, OR)

Support Planned Parenthood + Dance!

Come to the DO RIGHT SUNDAY dance party @ Dig A Pony on Sunday, April 26th!  The dance party begins at 9pm. Join the Facebook event page for more details. Swing by earlier for happy hour or dinner; a portion of all food/beverage sales benefit PPCW beginning at 4pm!

May 4: Love Boat @ The Oregon Public House (Portland, OR)

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Join us ALL DAY (Lunch! Happy Hour! Dinner!) on Monday, May 4th at the Oregon Public house— a portion of all food and beverage sales will be donated to the Love Boat, supporting Planned Parenthood!

TRIVIA: Trivia Master Coop will host trivia @ 7:30 with great prizes for the winners! Expect questions related to boats, dragons, reproductive health and women's history. 

RAFFLE: Bring cash to participate in our raffle, which is happening all day long. You don't need to be present to win.

The Love Boat (dragon boat team) is fueled by fierce seawomen who are staff, volunteers, donors and supporters of Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette. We're flexing our muscles to raise funds, awareness and our voices for nonjudgmental, comprehensive sexual & reproductive health care and education across Oregon & southwest Washington.

Join the event on our Facebook page for more details and to get updates.

May 8: VOICES (Bend, OR)

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An evening for parents and teens to talk about media, body image and gender – stuff that matters to you!

Friday, May 8th
Reception: 5:30 to 6 pm |  Program: 6 to 7pm

Riverbend Community Room 
799 SW Columbia St. Bend, OR 97702

Tickets: $10 each 
Special Family Combo Rate – Teens attending with a paying adult can buy tickets for $5!

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Special performance from MO WO! 
Jason Graham is a poet, painter, and lead singer of the group Mosley Wotta. He has been featured by the PBS Oregon affiliate as part of the Oregon Art Beat television series. His group has performed at Sundance Film Festival as well as touring in the US. He has shared the stage with the likes of: Ice-cube, Tricky, Saul Williams, Talib Kweli, Buddy Wakefield, Blackalicious, Indigo Girls, Mark Cohen, Los Lonely Boys, Toad and the Wet Sprocket, among many others. Jason is a former slam poetry champion for the state of Oregon. He has also been featured as a TEDex speaker. The U.S. Embassy in Suva sponsored Jason as part of Rise Up International to host a spoken word event during the 2014 Fiji International Jazz & Blues Festival.

Keynote Speaker Kyra Kelly Discusses Body Image & Gender Identity! 
Kyra Kelly is the School Program Coordinator for Ophelia’s Place, a nonprofit resource center that serves girls ages 10-18in Eugene, OR. Ophelia’s Place partners with schools and other youth-serving agencies throughout Lane County to empower and support all young people. For the past 9 years, Kyra has helped create, implement, and refine psycho-educational support groups as well as effective and engaging presentations for youth, parents, and educators. Kyra has worked with teens for over 17 years in a variety of settings and is passionate about helping youth explore the social constructs they live in.  

• Hear from the Woodburn Teen Council Peer Educators!

• Enjoy Food from Bleu Bite Catering

• Sample Goodkid Bars and Humm Kombucha! 

If you need more information, special physical accommodations or financial assistance, please call: 503-280-6156.

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