MetroEast blog

new workshop: Smartphones for Seniors!

Are you struggling to master your smartphone? 

Think September means the end of free summer fun? WRONG! There is still plenty to do in East Multnomah county after school starts. Take a look at these two upcoming events, both sponsored in part by MetroEast. Festival of Nations

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Interested in what we're up to at our location in Rockwood? Read on my friend, read on.

You're the only one who can capture your point of view of this event. Make sure you catch the context in your shot!

You're the only one who can capture this from your perspective.   Many of us media people won't be able to pass up a chance to capture our own images of the upcoming solar eclipse.    

Protect your camera gear at the beach by keeping the lenses on your camera, keeping your gear in a waterproof bag while not in use to keep sand and water away, and making sure your gear does not get hot to the touch.

Sand, Salt, Heat, and Water...It's a fatal combination for sensitive electronics. So what's an image-maker to do?

Summer 2017 is turning out to be one of the hottest on record for Oregonians. At MetroEast we love our volunteers, community partners and clients and want you to stay healthy. So stay hydrated and keep cool! This is especially important for babies,...

Regina Wollrabe holding up the table card at MetroEast's Volunteer Appreciation Dinner 2017

Come get your photos and video of the Volunteer Appreciation dinner. Reminisce about the excellent barbecue chicken.

 The charming town of Troutdale is celebrating the 45th anniversary of their annual event, Summerfest. MetroEast  will once again be videotaping the parade as it winds it's way down the center of town.  The  Grand Marshall of  this year's parade is...

What a fabulous time we had on Wednesday, June 14, as MetroEast celebrated the 1000th episode of our flagship program, Community Hotline. CEO Marty Jones pulled out all the stops to make this an event to remember with delicious hors d’ouevres,...