Please join us Friday, April 6th from 5:30pm - 6:30pm, in the Clubhouse Lupine Room for an Artist Wine & Cheese Reception with Xiaohong Liu Minarik. Xiaohong uses the Gongbi method, known as traditional Chinese realistic painting. Her current display is devoted to flowers and birds. Xiaohong uses only traditional Chinese artistic rice paper
The 50th Anniversary planning committee is hard at work piecing together ideas and plans for upcoming events! You may have already noticed the Clubhouse model in the airlock as you enter the building. Our idea is to add a new piece of archived information to the Mt Park HOA timeline for display around the
As you may know, every month we conduct fire drills at the Clubhouse. This is required of us in order for the Playschool to maintain their license and keep the kids and staff safe in the event of an emergency. We understand this can be disruptive during a work-out but it’s required for us
KidZone Summer Camp is on its way and will run June 18th – August 24th, 2018. Camp registration will open April 15th. Daily and weekly enrollments are available. For more detailed information, please contact the KidZone Coordinator via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, July 21: Concert outside on the corner of McNary and Jefferson Parkway (Mt Park Church parking lot and grassy hillside) Saturday, September 15: Dance in the Hawthorn Room from 7:30pm - 10:30pm; Family Movie Night in the Clubhouse Sport Court from 6:30pm - 9:00pm
The Mountain Park Clubhouse is a popular place for families and kids! As we approach Spring Break and the summer months, we will see an increase is kids using the facility and bringing their friends. If you plan on bringing kids under the age of 18 to the Clubhouse, please visit our updated website
Our tennis courts (located directly behind the clubhouse) will be re-opening for the season beginning on Saturday, March 31st. Advanced reservations are recommended and can be made by either calling or stopping by the Clubhouse front desk. Reservations are 1 ½ hours in length. Back-to-back reservations are not permitted, however, if at the end
The Mt. Park Architectural Committee meets the third Tuesday of each month to review applications for external changes to your home. If you are planning to submit an application for review, please do so no later than the Wednesday before the meeting the ensure that staff has time to review the application for completeness.
Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) While this plant does display beautiful yellow flowers, it is highly aggressive, out-competes native and ornamental plants by secreting growth-suppressing chemicals into the soil, and is actually toxic to most mammals (Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District). The Oregon Department of Agriculture classifies Lesser celandine as a “B Listed Noxious