Postering Eugene

A guide for non-profits in Eugene, Oregon

Friday, December 31, 2004


Downtown: Broadway & Olive. The Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts (DIVA) is an extensive non-profit gallery that holds events & classes. Ask first. Post in the front window. Take down anything you already have there.

Eugene City Bakery

Campus - 19th & Agate: extraordinary artisan bakery. At the moment, they have a poster wall across from the counter. Ask permission.

Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Sweet Life

Whitaker Neighborhood: Pattiserie & cafe, between 7th & 8th on Monroe. They have bulletin boards in the back, by the bathrooms.


Campus, 13th Avenue: a Japanese restaurant on the south side of 13th, between Kincaid & Alder Streets. A fairly large bulletin board and counter face the entrance inside. Ask, unless they are really busy.


Downtown; Japanese restaurant on the corner of 8th & Willamette. They put a small number of posters in their windows, mostly downtown events.

Monday, December 27, 2004

Sundance Natural Foods

24th & Hilyard: The massive outside community bulletin boards (one by the door & two by the bike racks) at Sundance Natural Foods, are so popular that Sundance needs to take everything down every week. In anycase, you have to go there weekly, or your poster will get covered up. You can post one on each of the three boards (the ones on the corner aren't purged quite so often).

Inside, there are bulletin boards on the refrigerator aisle by the back. These require special permission ... but, being a non-profit, and an educational organization, we have one there already. Worth checking back.

If you have a large, specific event poster, especially a non-profit event, you can ask the people at the desk if they could put it either on the end of the aisle by checkout, or in the window.

If you have a coupon for a non-profit, or a specific event, they can put them at the checkout itself. But they won't do this very often.