Please note event locations:
Unless otherwise specified, call the following numbers to register or RSVP for an event.
PC= Events at Phinney Center: Call 206.783.2244 or register online
GSC=Events at Greenwood Senior Center: Call 206.297.0875
To see more events hosted at the Greenwood Senior Center, click here.
1/6 – Friday
Tea and Chamber Music with the Girsky Quartet
4-5 pm (note time change). GSC. $5 suggested donation.
Join the Greenwood Senior Center and the very talented Girsky Quartet for a concert event that you won’t want to miss! The Girsky Quartet is Artur Girsky, Natasha Bazhanov, Julie Whitton (Seattle Symphony violinists) and Rowena Hammill (Los Angeles Opera cellist). Everyone welcome! RSVP: 206.297.0875.
1/7 – Saturday
Phinney Neighborhood Preschool Co-Op Dragon Room Open House for Three's & Pre-K
2:30-4:30 pm. Dragon Room (Lower Brick Building down the hill from the Blue Building, on the bottom floor)
Come meet Teachers Sally and Gwen, mingle with other families, learn about our curriculum for these classes, and explore the super cool Dragon Room! Kids are definitely encouraged to attend...Do you know neighborhood families who are looking for a great preschool? Please help us spread the word about PNPC and this event. For questions and to RSVP, please contact the PNPC registrar, Leea Brady, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1/14 – Saturday
PNA Village Volunteer Recruitment Happy Hour
3 pm. PC Blue Building, Room 1. Free.
Join us for an informational happy hour and learn how you can help the PNA Village reimagine aging by volunteering for your neighborhood elders. Village volunteers provide services like transportation, help with small projects in and around the home, and social interaction. Bring a friend and join us for drinks and snacks. We’ll visit with each other, hear stories from volunteers, and celebrate a new vision of aging in place. For more information or to RSVP, contact the Village at email@example.com or 206-789-1217.
1/19 – Thursday
PNA Member Orientation
6:30-8 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Whether you’re a new member or have been a member for decades, this is a great opportunity to learn what’s new at the PNA and how you can get involved. Short presentation at 6:30 followed by Q&A. To RSVP contact Alex at 206.783.2244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1/21 – Saturday
PNA Pancake Breakfast and Annual Meeting
PC Brick Building. Breakfast served 9-9:45 am, meeting starts 9:45 am. Free.
Join us to celebrate the success of 2016 and elect PNA Board of Directors. To volunteer contact Alex at 206.783.2244 or email@example.com.
1/21 – Saturday
Winter Blood Drive
10 am-3:34 pm. PC Blue Building
Help save lives! Make an apoointment in advance online at or just drop by.
1/28 – Saturday
Great Seattle Seed Swap
1-3 p.m. PC Brick Building, Community Hall. Free.
Join the King County Seed Lending Library for its 4th annual Great Seattle Seed Swap. Browse and take seeds of your favorite edibles. Chat with other gardeners and seed-savers about favorite varieties. Review the library’s table of catalogs, books, and resources. Visit the Seattle Tilth table for information on their programs.
Bring seeds to swap if you have them. Please bring only open-pollinated or heirloom seeds of vegetables, herbs and edible flowers. Seeds should be less than four years old, and the variety name should be known for home-saved seeds.
Want to make a “seed bomb”? That’s one of the 15-minute workshops that will be offered at the event. Others will be on simple seed saving and learning about our bioregional seed companies.
For more details or to volunteer, visit kingcoseed.org.
1/29 – Sunday
Home Design and Remodel Fair – Let’s Get Ready!
11 am-4 pm. PC Blue Building. $4 PNA Members/$6 Public.
Life brings changes; our homes must adapt, grow and change with us. The 19th Annual Home Design and Remodel Fair offers the resources to get ready for change with exhibitors and presentations.
Get one-on-one help navigating the City of Seattle permit process or seismic home retrofit recommendations, hear from home-organizing experts, meet specialty contractors, learn how to finance your home improvements and find inspiration for new DIY tasks.
Thank you to presenting sponsor Sound Seismic and sponsors Umpqua Bank, George W. Johnson Realtors, Greenwood True Value Hardware, Northwest Ecobuilding Guild, Mighty Energy Solutions, Schulte Design Build, and Swenson Say Fagét.
1/29 – Sunday
Difficult Conversations: Breaking White Silence Book Group Facilitator Meeting
2-4 pm. GSC. Free.
Let's gather together to raise our consciousness by reading and discussing What Does It Mean to Be White: Developing White Literacy by Dr. Robin DiAngelo. Explore the ramifications of remaining silent in the face of injustice. Discussion guide and proposed framework will be shared at this informational meeting. To sign up to be a facilitator or book group member contact Cecily Kaplan at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a program of the PNA and is geared toward adults of all ages. Middle and high school aged people are welcome.
1/31 – Tuesday
Difficult Conversations: Movie and Discussion: Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia
Movie from 10:30-11:30 am. Discussion after lunch, from 12:45-2 pm. GSC. Free.
Why do we see so many severely mentally ill people on the street off treatment? Delaney has seen her paranoid schizophrenic father in this state and for 10 years hid from him. Unlisted depicts Delaney's journey, now as a doctor, to bring her father back into her life. Following the movie, Carin Mack will lead participants in a discussion exploring the themes of mental illness, family, and the nature of personal and societal responsibility. RSVP at 206.297.0875. (This event repeats at the Phinney Center on 2/16 at 6 pm).