a valued partner of Comcast, you’re
invited to receive periodic news and updates about Comcast’s activity in the Oregon & SW Washington
region. Comcast supports nonprofit organizations and projects in the areas of literacy and learning and
youth leadership development. Below, you will find a periodic glance at Comcast community investment news
Oregon & SW Washington Community Partners
• Albany River Rhythms
• Albertina Kerr Centers
• ACT-SO (youth portion of NAACP)
• Ballet Fantastique
• Beaverton Education Foundation
• Birth to Three – Lane County
• Boys & Girls Club
• Camp Fire USA
• CAP – Longview
• Children’s Relief Nursery – Portland
• Children’s Miracle Network – Eugene
• Committed Partners for Youth
• Community Warehouse
• Community of Writers/Wordstock
• Council for the Homeless, Vancouver
• Christie School
• Emerald Art Center
• Emerald Family Down Syndrome Network
• Eugene Public Library Foundation
• Family Building Blocks – Salem
• Family Tree Relief Nursery – Albany
• FilmAction Oregon
• Food for Lane County
• Friends of the Children
• Gift of Literacy – Springfield
• Hands On Greater Portland
• Harrisburg Sounds of Summer Concert Series
• Head Start of Lane County
• HIV Alliance of Lane County
• Innovation Partnership
• Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
• Kids on the Block – McMinnville
• Lane Metro Partnership
• The Library Foundation
• Literary Arts
• Lane County Senior Dinner
• Looking Glass Youth & Family Services
• Loaves & Fishes
• Marion County Senior Lunch
• Mckenzie Willamette Hospital Healthy Woman Campaign
• Maude Kerns Art Gallery
• Newberg Old Fashioned Festival
• OMSI – Partners in Education
• Open Meadow
• Pearl Buck Center, Inc.
• Police Activities League
• Portland Children’s Investment Fund
• Portland Schools Foundation
• Portland Public Schools
• Portland Tribune/Comcast Regional Spelling Bee
• Reading for All
• Relay for Life
• The Relief Nursery
• Rose Festival Foundation
• Salem 4th of July Fireworks Celebration
• Salem Public Library Foundation
• Salem Tree Lighting
• Schoolhouse Supplies
• Special Olympics of Oregon/Trail Blazers Street Jam
• Springfield Holiday Parade
• Springfield Public Library
• Tcha Ti Man Wi Native American Storytelling Festival
• United Way
• Urban League
• Vancouver Historic Reserve Trust
• Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Centers
• Youth Impact
CSI: The Experience Exhibit
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, OR
Don’t miss this exciting exhibit that lets you be the crime scene investigator. Observe one of
three crime scenes where you can identify and record evidence. Visit www.omsi.edu for more
CAP and Karaoke Festival
Red Lion Hotel, Kelso, WA
It’s a party for the community ... and a benefit for Lower Columbia CAP. Enjoy a full buffet dinner
and, of course, karaoke! Choose a favorite song to sing your heart out to, and come ready to have a good time.
Find everything you need to know at www.lowercolumbiacap.org.
Art & The Vineyard
Alton Baker Park, Eugene, OR
Come and check out the 26th annual Art and the Vineyard Festival, the Northwest’s top art, wine and music
fest. Plus, you can catch the Freedom Festival Fireworks and hear the melodies of the Oregon Bach Festival
as they perform on July 4th. Click here for further details.
Blast Off 2009
Blue Lake Park, Fairview, OR
Celebrate our country’s independence at East County’s fireworks extravaganza. Enjoy music,
food vendors and a spectacular 30-minute showcase of bedazzling fireworks at Blue Lake Park. Call 503-665-4995
for additional park information.
July 10th, 24th, August 7th, 14th
Flicks On The Bricks
Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, OR
Bring a blanket and catch a flick (or four) at this free, outdoor movie series event. Movies begin at dusk. For
a list of shows, click here.
July 23rd–August 27th
Music In The Park
Tanner Creek Park,
West Linn, OR
2009 marks the 5th annual Music in the Park concert series, a free community concert series on Thursday evenings from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. You’ll find the concert line up at www.westlinnoregon.gov/parksrec/music-park-1.
Crack the Case at OMSI
Imagine entering a crime scene and being the one responsible for
noticing and collecting every trace of evidence. The pressure is on: you know the analysis of your evidence must be
scientifically sound to crack the case.
You’ve seen the hit television crime drama, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS. Now, you can experience a hands-on
forensic science exhibit related to the TV show at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) called CSI: The
Experience. CSI: The Experience is on exhibit at OMSI until Sept. 13 and is recommended for adults and youth 12 and up.
The exhibit invites visitors to enter and observe one of three crime scenes where they identify and record evidence. From
DNA and firearms analysis to forensic anthropology and toxicology, visitors will be immersed in hands-on science in an
exciting multi-media environment with dazzling special effects direct from the CSI TV series.
Comcast recognizes the value shows such as CSI have as both entertainment and as a gateway to science discovery and has
been a proud supporter of OMSI and its programs since 1987. Comcast is the regional sponsor of CSI: The Experience and
will offer its valued 3-product customers a special discount admission offer to the exhibit in their summer statements.
Visit www.omsi.edu for more information.
Red, White, and
Rhapsody in Blue!
The 26th annual Art and the Vineyard Festival is presented by Maude Kerns Art Center with title sponsor Comcast on July 3, 4 & 5 along the banks of the Willamette River in Eugene’s Alton Baker Park. Enjoy fine art, wine, music and fireworks!
This year’s Art and the Vineyard Festival brings the Oregon Bach Festival and fireworks to the festival’s main stage. On July 4th, virtuoso pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane and a 24-piece ensemble orchestra perform Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” culminating in a dazzling display of Freedom Festival fireworks in the skies above Alton Baker Park.
Over 150 artists from six states participate in the Artists’ Marketplace, Art For Your Garden, and special attractions areas while more than 20 vineyards serve fine Oregon wine. The Youth Art Arena offers hands-on, family-friendly activities, and the Youth Stage provides music, dance, and theatre entertainment for the younger crowd.
Admission is $6 per person and $15 for a three-day pass; youth 6-11 years old are $1 and children under 6 are free. Proceeds of the festival sustain arts programming at the Maude Kerns Art Center throughout the year. For festival hours or more information, call 541-345-1571 or visit www.artandthevineyard.org.
Comcast Community Partners
Program – Giving OR/SW Washington Non-Profits Discounted Business Services
The Comcast Community Partners program is a signature community program that provides eligible non-profits with discounted Comcast Business Class Services including Comcast Business Class Internet and Business Class TV services
The Comcast Community Partners discount program is available to organizations
that have facilities in Comcast-serviceable territory and that demonstrate status as an IRS 501 (c)(3) non-profit and sign up for
Comcast Business Class Internet and Comcast Business Class TV. A Comcast Community Partner that signs up for the two services will
receive $35 to $45 off the total monthly service cost. The yearly savings to a Comcast Community Partner range from $420 to
$540-depending on which services are purchased.
As part of the Comcast Community Partners program, Comcast will assist the non-profit organization in identifying which services best
suit its business communications’ needs.
The program provides non-profit organizations with the opportunity to save on their business communications services and direct those
resources toward supporting their community objectives. Interested in signing up for the Comcast Community Partners program? Contact
Rebecca Brown at Rebecca_Brown@cable.comcast.com.