Young artists add their brushwork to a mural celebrating Parkside on Saturday during the annual Parkside Block Party, a celebration of families, diversity and unity in the Portland neighborhood. Festivities included face painting, children's games, information tables, food, good company, good cheer, and a chance to meet neighbors in a pleasant setting.
Nawal Mahad, 1, enjoys the wrong end of a slice of watermelon at the annual Parkside Block Party.
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