What are you thankful for in Portland?

We want to know what our readers appreciate in the City of Roses, whether it’s a latte at Coava or a new street art mural downtown.

PDX Portland Attitude of Gratitude street art mural

The figure in this mural at Southeast Ninth Avenue and Division has 1,000+ plants for hair.

We’re partway through November — aka National Gratitude Month — and we’re gearing up for a season of thankfulness.

Whether it’s taking a crisp evening walk through Laurelhurst Park, the first sip of Portland Cider Co.'s new seasonal ciders, or a bike ride along your favorite section of the Springwater Corridorwe want to know what you’re thankful for here in Rose City.

We city editors are thankful for a lot — our readers, Pomodoro pizzas at Cafe Olli, shows at the ‘Schnitz, and the opportunity to keep Portland informed for nearly a full year now.

Send us your sentimental stories and we could highlight your gratitude in a newsletter closer to Thanksgiving. Plus, we’ve got dozens of seasonal events + fall features along the way.

Bonus: While you’re feeling gracious, check out our volunteer guide to donate your time, skills, money, or talents to 40+ local organizations.

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