MARCH 2019

March snuck up on us. This month see what's coming to a growler near you, find out where you can take your kids for a Pi Celebration, and learn more about the Taste of Beaumont. We also have some incredible wellness offers and little story about Bob. Stay Current. Stay Connect. Join BBA Today.



Kombucha Baby

Beaumont Market has undergone an extreme makeover. General Manager Gerald Garr has revamped the inventory to showcase organic, non-GMO and vegan foods. (But don't worry, you can still get a bag of Doritos if the urge hits!) Check out the fancy new Kombucha Bar with seven Townshend's tea varieties on tap. So fill up that growler; live long and prosper.

Get Toasted

There is more to Prince Coffee than Proud Mary and Stroopwafels. Power up your day with some Tabor Toast topped with white bean spread, micro greens, pickled onions and a sprinkling of sumac. Also new to the breakfast menu: Soaked Oats, Chia Pudding and Coconut Granola. Whatcha waiting for?

Eat the Street Current Events Quiz

(Answers listed at the end of this newsletter.)
1. What cafe is now open for lunch on Mondays at 11am? (Hint: gorgeous patio.)
2. What is now in-season at Grand Central Bakery?
3. What will the Fire on the Mountain crew bring back from the Kona Brewer's Festival?
4. What is the new appetizer now available at Pizzicato?



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Group Breathwork & Sound Workshop

In honor of Spring Equinox, Krishna Avalon and Bikram Yoga Fremont Street will join forces for a Group Breathwork and Sound Workshop. On Sunday, March 17 from 7 to 8:15 pm, Krishna Avalon will guide you through the breath, while Danelle Denstone, studio owner, will incorporate gongs and singing bowls. See what happens when people come together and breathe in the group setting. Cost $33. More info here.

Real March Madness

Amber Howard is the Saturday Acupuncturist at Wild Hearts Wellness and she just so happens to be the March Practitioner of the Month. In honor of this, Amber is offering a free acupuncture session to first-time clients. That is worth repeating, so we will: A free acupuncture session for first-time clients! Book your session with Amber here and explore the Wild Hearts Wellness Blog to learn more about Amber.



Just Your Average Bob

Everybody may love Raymond, but in Beaumont, everybody loves Bob. You recognize him by his duster and cowboy hat, selling the Street Roots newspaper in front of Grand Central Bakery. Bob Egan, 49, grew up in the Mt. Tabor area and has been hawking the paper for 9 years. Chances are, if you live in Beaumont, Bob knows you by name. He will even shout across the street to greet you. Locals exchange handshakes, high-fives and even hugs with Bob; stopping for a few minutes to chat, even if they don’t buy a paper. Bob said he is a cook by trade. This summer he hopes to make it to Soldotna, Alaska, to cook at a fishing lodge. His goal: to make enough money to "buy a boat, a smoker-grill like Matt has at Bottles, and a dog," he said. "Boxer is my favorite breed.” But if you know Bob, you already know all this. If not, say hello next time. And consider buying a paper.



Pi Not

Join Mathnasium on Fremont Saturday, March 16 from 11am to 3pm for an Annual Pi Day Celebration. They will be cooking up some mathematical fun and games with π activities and a π memorization contest. First, second and third place winners will receive engraved metals.

Taste of Beaumont is Back

The Beaumont Wilshire Neighborhood Association (BWNA) is hosting their annual meeting and Taste of Beaumont on Tuesday, April 2 at 6:30 pm at Beaumont Middle School. Sample dishes from neighborhood restaurants, listen to the Middle School Jazz Band and vote in the new board. If you are interested in advocating for city policies and services that will improve our neighborhood’s livability, then consider joining the board. It's a wonderful group of community members that play nicely together and love Beaumont-Wilshire. Reach out to BWNA President Tim Hemstreet for more info.

Creating Captivating Customer Experiences Through Store Design

Thursday, April 11 from 12 to 1:30 pm
Venture Portland Training
Join Venture Portland for their Store Design training to better understand the psychology of shopper flow, shopper behavior and space allocation to keep customers coming back. Cost $5 for BBA members, includes lunch. More info/registration here.


Answers to Eat the Street Quiz

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