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Located in the midst of charming Northwest Portland, this architecturally fascinating church is a sight to behold. Built in 1905, First Immanuel Lutheran Church's graceful lines, sloping roof, A-frame dormers and steeple all add to its astonishing beauty. Like many other Portland churches, mission outreaches are a high priority and this church is no exception. Its congregation is involved in various community and neighborhood programs. All are welcome to attend services.
This theater has two screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
Built in 1890, John Palmer House has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978. Over the years it has changed hands many times. From being the base of the Multnomah Conservatory of Music to a B&B and an event space, this lovely structure still holds its charm.
In a bid to enhance and foster individual growth, the Alton L. Collins Retreat Center was founded. A short drive away from the bustling cacophony of the city, this retreat center is idyllically located in a Pacific Northwestern forest. Surrounded by the soothing confines of nature where cedar, spruce, fir and maple trees make an appearance, this place is conducive to introspection and reflection. Guests at this retreat are aided by experienced professionals, and it is also equipped with a full-service kitchen that provides wholesome meals. Other features include an organic garden, 23 motel-style rooms with private balconies and recreation facilities.
Founded in the year 2011, Mask and Mirror is a one-of-a-kind community theater collective that prides itself on offering its guests a truly unique and immersive theater experience. The topics that the theater group covers is unusual yet fresh and generally leaves an everlasting impression on its viewers. Guests can also attend their play reading sessions if they wish to experience the action in all of its rawness.