We’ve got revised hours for Christmas/New Years.
Wednesday 12/24 – Close at noon.
Thursday 12/25 – Closed
Wednesday 12/26 – Closed
Thursday 1/1/15 – Closed
Friday 1/2/15 – Closed
As usual, we are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. We hope you will enjoy the holidays with friends and family too!
You can’t wear everything. We a lot of oversized prints, and some of them go on tablecloths like these ones we recently made for Laurelwood Brewing.
We’ve got a lot to be thankful for, so Oregon Screen Impressions will be closed on Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th to observe Thanksgiving. We’ll be back bright and early on Monday, with all traces of tryptophan, whipped cream and pumpkin pie out of our system by then. Well… Let’s say “most” traces.
We had quite a few costumes at OSI this Halloween, here’s a couple of the ones we had time to snap.
These are some of the ladies of Embroidery.
This is Donna from accounting. The day started out dreary but she made us all smile right away.
Overlook Park in the Fall means lots of soccer practice and regularly scheduled Foot cross country meets open to youth in different organized in age groups as well as and adult open race at the end. Foot Traffic has been hosting and sponsoring these for over 15 years! Don’t let these isolated pictures fool you, this is a boisterous event jam packed with spectators and racers.
Keep an eye out for these Community Warehouse donation bags we recently printed. Community Warehouse is the Portland area’s only full service furniture bank. In the past 3 years they’ve helped out over 17,000 low-income households! The photo on the right suggests they’ve helped at least one bear as well.
It’s getting to where you can’t walk the streets of Portland anymore without seeing at least one shirt that we’ve printed. Yesterday, at a softball game in NE Portland we unexpectedly saw some very familiar “Sons of Pitches” shirts we printed for Set Creative.
We hope you have fun plans for the extended weekend. Oregon Screen Impressions will be closed on Friday, July the 4th to observe the holiday with the rest of the nation. We’ll be back on Monday, recovered and ready to print!
This is the 45th year of the Oregon Country Fair! But it’s more than just food, fun, art and performance. The Oregon Country Fair is a non-profit organization that has awarded over $600,000 to community in the past 14 years.
Glitter and shiny sparkles from Little Bay Root, Oregon Dreaming… striped tube socks and nylon shorts are optional.