Category Archives: Events

East Waluga Park Invasive Removal – Mar 7, 2020

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we work to remove invasive weeds from East Waluga Park.

Iris Removal Volunteers

Please meet at East Waluga Park and wear long-sleeves, sturdy shoes and work gloves. 

Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, March 7th, 9:00-11:00am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact

Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@waluganeighborhood.org

East Waluga Park Invasive Removal – Feb 15, 2020

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we work to remove invasive weeds from East Waluga Park.

Iris Removal Volunteers

Please meet at East Waluga Park and wear long-sleeves, sturdy shoes and work gloves. 

Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Feb 15th, 9:00-11:00am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact

Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@waluganeighborhood.org

East Waluga Park Invasive Removal – Nov 9, 2019

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we work to remove invasive yellow flag iris from East Waluga Park. This nasty invasive was originally planted as an ornamental but has begun spreading throughout the park. We need to remove it before it reaches our precious wetlands.

Iris Removal Volunteers

Please meet at East Waluga Park and wear long-sleeves, sturdy shoes and work gloves. 

Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Nov 9th, 9:00-11:00am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact

Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@waluganeighborhood.org

East Waluga Park Work Party – Dec 8

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we work to remove invasive yellow flag iris from East Waluga Park. This nasty invasive was originally planted as an ornamental but has begun spreading throughout the park. We need to remove it before it reaches our precious wetlands.

Please meet at East Waluga Park and wear long-sleeves, sturdy shoes and work gloves. 

Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Dec. 8th, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact

Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@waluganeighborhood.org

Planting at East Waluga Park, Sat. March 3

Ivy PullersAfter years of invasive plant removal, we are now ready to start planting native species like sword ferns! Come help us complete the transformation from terrible to terrific!

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, March 3, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Planting at East Waluga Park, Sat. Feb. 17

Ivy PullersAfter years of invasive plant removal, we are now ready to start planting native species like sword ferns! Come help us complete the transformation from terrible to terrific!

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Feb. 17, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Trail Graveling at E. Waluga Park, Oct 28

We need people to help spread gravel onto the main trail between East and West Waluga Parks. Join us as we work to raise this much-loved trail out of the wetlands.

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Oct. 28th, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Spreading Gravel on Trail

First Ice Cream Sundae Social a Big Success!

The Waluga Neighborhood Association’s First Ice Cream Sundae Social was a big success. Dozens of neighbors were served ice cream by some of Lake Oswego City Hall’s finest, including Mayor Kent Studebaker, Fire Chief Larry Goff, Police Chief Don Johnson, Planning Commisioner Bill Ward, and City Council Member, Skip O’Neill. Even Chase the K9 stopped by for a lick!

Most of the neighbors won great raffle prizes donated by area businesses. The weather even cooperated, as it wasn’t too hot to enjoy an ice cream sundae.