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Sales benefit SEI school

Black Wagon joins forces with our neighbors to support our unique, neighborhood, non-profit school, Self Enhancement Inc (SEI), serving underprivileged youth. Shop and Dine at over 60 businesses on Mississippi on Tuesday, May 23rd and 10% of sales go to SEI

A little about SEI:

Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI), a nonprofit organization supporting at-risk urban youth. In 31 years, SEI has grown from a 1-week summer basketball camp to a flourishing agency serving thousands of students each year in the greater Portland, Oregon area.

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Black Wagon Rewards

Receive a $100 gift certificate with your furniture or stroller* purchase of $500 or more.

That’s as much as 20% back in Black Wagon Rewards!

Planning on purchasing Oeuf  crib, dresser or library? No need to wait to cash in your rewards! Place your order by phone 1-503-916-0000 and receive an instant $100 to spend another furniture piece, mattress, clothing, or any store purchase. Place your order online and you will automatically receive a $100 rewards code to use whenever you want.

Please note that $100 reward is available on each item of $500 or more. Multiple rewards may be applied with each purchase! We offer FREE Shipping and all purchases at Black Wagon are Sales Tax Free!

Free Shipping + Sales Tax Free + Black Wagon Rewards = Black Wagon is The Best Place to Purchase Furniture and Strollers ( this could be cool in a graphic. If you don’t have time now, we could do that later for FB and IG and web banner).

Be sure to also check out Black Wagon’s easy peasy Gift Registry, best essentials for babies & nursery. We’re here to help you with your Rewards, Gift Registry and any questions you may have! Call us: 503-916-0000

*Strollers available for In store pick up only

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Lee White Art Opening at Black Wagon!

We are pleased to welcome Lee White to Black Wagon Thursday, March 16th, from 5-7pm. Beer from Lagunitas will also be served!!

About the Lee White:

Lee White spends his days breathing life into his imaginary world. He works primarily in watercolor, but likes to include all sorts of media, such as ink, colored pencil and collage.

He has illustrated a number of children’s books, including What Are You Glad About? What Are You Mad About? and The Lost Track of Time. His latest, Emma and the Whale, will be released in March 2017.He has also done commercial work for various clients, including Marks & Spencer, Amazon, Laika, United Airlines, Verizon, Disney and National Geographic. He is represented by Rodeen Literary Management and Spinning Yarn Illustration Agency.

Lee graduated with honors from ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California, and earned his MFA in illustration, also with honors, from the University of Hartford in Connecticut.

He lives with his wife and his little boy in a 100-year-old house in Portland, Oregon.


Black Wagon Welcomes Karl Johnson back for more Silhouette sessions!

We’re excited to host Karl Johnson once again at Black Wagon! Be sure to reserve your appointment for Tuesday, March 21st! Silhouettes make amazing gifts for the Holidays and keepsakes, and are perfect for Mother’s Day!

Each portrait is a One-of-a-kind, original work of art. Karl simply looks at each subject and within minutes cuts out their exact likeness in shadow creating a keepsake you will treasure forever!

Karl will be creating hand cut silhouettes by appointment. Each one takes only a minute or two and all ages are welcome – even the squirmy ones! Please reserve your appointment at the following link ~

Karl Johnson Pricing & Framing

Original Silhouette Portraits are $30. Duplicates & framing are also available.

Black Wagon Print Show! with Expressing Holly

Come see dinosaurs live, in person! Enjoy some light happy hour snacks and beverages, plus the full spectrum of Holly Glaspey’s characters up for grabs At Black Wagon. Tuesday, February 7 at 5 PM – 7 PM PST



After working in and loving the Portland design community for more than 10 years, I had my first son and moved to Hood River. From here, I watch the trains go up and down the beautiful Columbia Gorge daily. I’m ever fascinated with the forms, colors, textures, and movement of these trains. I now have two sons; my visual rolodex is entirely consumed with dinosaur, truck and robot motifs. When I sit down to sort it all out, I get these creatures. Now, along with the trains, machinery, kitchen gadgets, electrical components, and farm equipment from my daily life inspires new creatures faster than I can keep up. You can see my latest on instagram: THESCRAPYARD. Thank you.