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Join the fun October 21, 2014 

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Hear PROG Member Jim Cooke
discuss the colorful ashtrays from Heisey

 October is Candy Dish Night
 

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 Bring your Favorite Candy Dish
Prizes for Best Covered, Best Open and Best Candy
 

    Our Next Meeting: Tuesday October 21, 2014 -- doors open at 6:00 pm

    Pattern of the Month: Heisey Ashtrays in Color

        Presented by Jim Cooke

    Topic of the Month: Candy Dish Night

          Bring your favorite Candy Dish

    Parking is available on Schuyler Street and across the street in Zeller’s parking lot.

We have monthly meetings (except August) at Central Lutheran Church located at 1820 NE 21st Avenue in Portland. It is located at 21st and NE Schuyler, one block north of Broadway. There is on-street parking and a small parking lot behind the church building (to the east). Enter at the back door.

To help get our meeting started on time at 7:00 pm, we ask that you arrive early to help setup. Limited parking is available in the parking lot and on nearby streets.

Portland’s Rain of Glass (PROG) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), educational membership organization that was started  in 1978 to inform and educate individuals who have an interest in collectible glass. Every meeting, we have a time set aside to help with glass identification. Our extensive library of reference books is available to our members. We have several public glass displays each year and we have seminars and classes to educate our members and the community at large. PROG is Oregon’s oldest and largest Depression and Elegant Glassware organization.

If you enjoyed visiting our website and reading our newsletters, please consider making a donation to our club which is striving to preserve historical pieces of glass and souvenirs and to educate others about the history of glass around the world. We appreciate your support.

 

Portland’s Rain of Glass, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization -- a member of the Oregon Cultural Trust.

Last updated 10-13-14

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