Cartlandia Events and Big-Ass Sandwiches at Timbers


Cartlandia, the ever growing food cart lot at SE 82nd and Harney, is hosting a couple of community events this Saturday, September 15.

  • The Johnson creek Watershed Council is hosting a Poker Bicycle Bonanza from 9-12am. The family friendly ride will begin at their office in Milwaukie and visit five different locations in the Johnson Creek Watershed where participants will collect playing cards. The ride will end at Cartlandia and the individual with the best hand wins a JCWC Fan package. Check for more information.
  • At Cartlandia from 11:30-4:30, Green Lents Community Tool Library will host the Upcycle Fair where neighbors can see and purchase works by re-use artists including jewelry makers, home decor, rummage sale items and more.
  • The Timbers are playing Seattle at 12:30 and Cartlandia will be showing the game on the big screen in their beer garden which is also family friendly.


At the last few Timbers games at JELD-WEN, patrons have been able to enjoy some amazing street food from vendors including 808 Grinds, The Frying Scotsman and Stumptown Dumplings. The kiosk above the Southern Front and section 95 is quickly becoming known for the amazing treats. This Saturday against The Seattle Sounders, Big-Ass Sandwiches will bring their award winning sandwich to the army and everyone else. Monitoring their Twitter feed shows Lisa and Brian have already begun prep for the crowds. The Timbers recently beat Vancouver and this game against the Sounders will determine who wins the Cascadia Cup. Root for the team and enjoy one amazing sandwich all in one place. Go Timbers! RCTID


Have a great weekend.


  1. Also – several carts will be participating in this weekend’s XOXO Festival Friday through Sunday. Click link below for more info about the carts participating!

    “XOXO is an arts and technology festival celebrating disruptive creativity. We’re bringing independent artists who use the Internet to make a living doing what they love together with the technologists building the tools that make it possible.”

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