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SpringFest 2024 – Immigration:

Different Roots Shared Future

Hillsboro Hidden Creek Community Center

5100 NE Hidden Creek Dr in Hillsboro

Saturday, April 20th | 11:00 am to 1:30 pm

Raffle baskets are back by popular demand, and raffle tickets are only $5.00 ! We will be telling you more about these lovely offerings soon.

SpringFest will take place at the new Hillsboro Hidden Creek Community Center

You will have fun seeing your old friends and making some new ones, too!

SpringFest tickets are only $40

Our theme this year is “Immigration – Different Roots, Shared Future,” and we will be celebrating Washington County’s immigrant community. Many of us in Washington County either are immigrants or come from immigrant families, and together we contribute to and enrich our home here in Oregon. Democrats must make sure that all of our neighbors are welcomed and supported. This election year has already been full of anti-immigrant and anti-refugee rhetoric, much of it founded on prejudice and fear, not facts. Let’s work together to build a welcoming county and nation!

Don’t forget that this event serves an important cause: the funds raised at SpringFest will go to support the Neighborhood Leader Program (proven to raise Democratic voter turnout!), as well as to assist local candidates and campaigns. We all know how important this year is going to be, and we need your help. You can help us while having a great time!

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We’re very excited to announce that our SpringFest 2024 Keynote Speaker is Metro Councilor, Juan Carlos González!

Juan Carlos González (he, him, his) joined the Metro Council in 2019, representing the northern urban areas of Washington County on the Metro Council. Born in Forest Grove, raised in Cornelius, and now living in Beaverton, Juan Carlos is a first-generation American who has dedicated his life to giving back to the communities that have given so much to him. In addition to his role on the Metro Council, Juan Carlos serves as the Chief Strategy Officer for Centro Cultural de Washington County, a nonprofit that works with local Latino families on the westside to create self-sufficient and engaged community members by removing barriers to health, well-being, and economic mobility.

We will also be hearing from special guests, Washington County Commissioner Nafisa Fai, and Beaverton City Councilor Edward Kimmi!