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What's Happening Now

Sisters is hiring for a Cafe Co-Manager!

Job Announcement
Position Name: Cafe Co-Manager

Classification:  Non-exempt; 40 hours a week
Pay rate: $16.00 per hour plus fully paid dental and... See all events >

Women’s Care Days in the Cafe

Every 1st Friday of the month…

Once a month we open our Cafe space to women-identified people and children only in an ongoing effort to keep our... See all events >

Food For Thought Forum

Join us next time for Food For Thought Forum February 16th where we’ll enjoy a meal together and share ideas to help us plan our next steps in food... See all events >

Multnomah County Shelter & Services

Winter shelter is typically available from November 1-March 31. Severe weather emergency shelter may also available when temperature drops to 25°F or below or other life-threatening weather conditions. Details here: 2015_Shelter_and_Services.pdf
For the latest info call 2-1-1 or visit 211info.org:

Winterfolk 28 - a Celebration of Music, Community & Service

February 20th, 2016
Aladdin Theater, Portland Oregon 6pm Doors, 7pm Show

Winterfolk, Portland’s largest annual folk music event, a benefit for Sisters of the Road is celebrating its 28th Anniversary, 7PM   February 20th, 2016 at the Aladdin Theater, Portland Oregon.

Winterfolk 28 tickets are on sale now, and are $30 in advance and $32 at the door. They will be available at The Aladdin Theater Box Office, the theater’s website, and at Music Millennium starting January 2016.

Portland’s Artichoke Music is donating a Simon & Patrick Woodland Pro Folk Sunburst guitar to the annual Winterfolk raffle, which will join a day of recording at Billy Oskay’s Big Red Studio as the prize for some lucky winner.  Raffle tickets will be available at Artichoke Music starting January 2016 and at the Aladdin Theater the night of the concert.