a serendipitous lounge
non-alcoholic | tea | chocolate | kava | art
offering indoor seating and
roof top patio seating
722 North Sumner St
Tel : 503-519-3415
The best way to stay in touch is Instagram..
but while your here...
when: Every 2nd Sunday, 2-5pm
Heartsongs are simple call and response songs that everyone can join in. They are songs that light us up, ground us in, and connect us to each other.
Let's gather together in the sun on the heated patio or inside if it's chilly. Bring the Heartsongs that we all know. Bless us with your own songs. Take us on a poetic journey to enliven our souls.
cost: Suggested $5-$25 + 1 drink min. purchase
Open Mic (without a mic or stage)
when: Sunday, March 19th, 7-9pm
(and every 3rd Sunday)
Come with your songs, stories, poetry, and dreams to share 'round the table. Depending on how many people join, everyone will have at least one share, and probably more, as we all go 'round the circle.
Suggested donation $5-15 - your abundant offerings make it possible for us to keep hosting this space, and supports our lives as full-time musicians. Thank you for supporting our dreams and our nourishment.
-No one turned away for lack of funds-
when: next one tba (probably in late April)
Land Social is a networking gathering where all people who have an interest in stewarding the land, living off grid and/or in community.
when: Sunday, March 26th 7-9pm
(and usually every 4th Sunday)
Special host Ryan Kwan takes us on a wonderful journey with your help of course! This is a specific spoken word open mic session where all forms of such are welcome. Sign up upon arrival.
Stand Up Smut - Erotic Open Mic
when: Monday, March 27th 7-9pm
(and every last monday)
A sex-positive open mic hosted by the infamous Eleanor O-Brian of Dance Naked Productions.
Suggested entry $5 + 1 drink min.
We honor and thank the Polynesians, Hawaiians, Micronesians, and Asian-Pacific Islanders, for protecting the islands, the animals, and the South Pacific Oceans. Through their perseverance to survive past and modern day colonization, the history and wisdom of the ancient ways are maintained.
I can support by embodying change. Imbuing reverence and respect can take the form of learning Pacific Islander history, their culture, their wisdom. Humility and kindness when visiting the Islands are also ways to honor those indigenous to these regions. All too often people take vacations without reverence or respect for the places they visit. Please educate, listen, and change accordingly so that we might create a better World.