Weekly Groups & Events

MONDAYS:

Spanish Conversation Groups
6-8 pm. PC Blue Building.
$20/month. First night free!
(no group 8/31 or 9/7)


THURSDAYS:

Phinney Friends Crochet
Group
10 am-12 pm. PC Blue Building.Free.

FRIDAYS:

PNA Bridge Club
7-10 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.

Emerald City Contra Dances
7:30-10 pm. (beginners workshop at 7 pm). PC Brick Building. Click here for more information.

 

Monthly Events & Groups

8/4 - 1st Tuesday

First Tuesday Book Club

7-8 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.

Contact by Carl Sagan

 

8/5 - 1st Wednesday

PNA Fixers Collective

6 pm. Greenwood True Value.

 

8/14 - 2nd Friday

PNA Game Night

7-10 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.


8/23 - 4th Sunday

Evan's Family Variety Show

3 pm. PC Brick Building. Free, but tickets required. Tickets: evan.org.

 

Community Meetings

8/11 - 1st Tuesdays

Phinney Ridge Community Council

7pm. PC Blue Building.

 

8/18 - 3rd Tuesday
Greenwood Community Council
7-8:30 pm. Greenwood Library.

 

8/26 - 4th Wednesdays

Northwest District Council

7-9pm. GSC Greenwood Room

 

8/25 - 4th Tuesdays

NW Biodiesel Network

7-9pm, PC Blue Building


 

Annual PNA Events (alphabetical)

 
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Upcoming Events

 

To Register or RSVP for Events:


Unless otherwise specified, call the following numbers to register or RSVP for an event.
Events at Phinney Center (PC)
: Call 206.783.2244

Events at Greenwood Senior Center (GSC): Call 206.297.0875


To see more events hosted at the Greenwood Senior Center, click here.

 

SEPTEMBER EVENTS

 

9/2 - Wednesday
Neighborhood Earthquake Response Meeting
7:30-8:45 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Learn how to prepare your household and cooperate with your neighbors to protect lives and property in the aftermath of a major earthquake. Phinney Hub is beginning a new focus on helping individuals become “block leaders” to reach out to their neigh­bors. If you want to receive support and ed­ucation to become a leader on your block (or in your apartment building or other commu­nity), please attend this meeting! For more information, visit phinneyhub.org or email phinneyhub@gmail.com.

 

9/4 - Friday
First Friday Film Series: Bernie
1-3 pm. GSC. Free.


9/9 - Wednesday
Immunization Clinic
10 am-12 pm. GSC.
The GSC is partnering with Walgreens to provide influenza and pneumonia immuni­zations. We will bill Medicare for those who have it (bring your card with you), or accept a cash or check payment. Shingles and Whooping Cough vaccines are also available with prior arrangement. RSVP suggested: 206.297.0875.

 

9/10 - Thursday
Old is Not a Four Letter Word
10:30 am-12 pm. GSC. Free.
After 40 years as a registered nurse with deep elder care experience, Susan Towle de­veloped a passion and desire to share her insights and lessons learned about the aging process. She will discuss these insights and her new book, Old is Not a Four Letter Word: A Guidebook for the Journey through Old. Visit journeythroughold.com for more information. RSVP: 206.297.0875.

 

9/11 & 25 - Fridays
Plant Care Clinics
1-2 pm. GSC. Free.
Watering, fertilizing, pest management, pruning, transplanting and propagation of houseplants. Bring your questions and any small problem plant for diagnosis.

 

9/11 - Friday
Fall Blood Drive
1-7 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Visit schedule.bloodworksnw.org to set up a time to donate or just come by.

 

9/11 - Friday
Phinney Center Gallery Opening
7-9 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Celebrate the opening of the PNA Member and Volunteer Art Show!

 

9/12 - Saturday
PNA Membership Campaign Kick-off
9-11 am. PC Blue Building. Free.
Join us for coffee, donuts and bagels and help us kick-off the annual PNA Member­ship Campaign, “Members Matter,” by picking up “Proud to Be a PNA Member” yard signs. For more information email chardell@phinneycenter.org.

 

9/22 - Tuesday
Tour the UW Seismology Lab
10:30 am–2 pm. GSC. Free tour, bus fare and lunch additional.
Worried about the “big one?” Visit the UW’s Seismology Lab to get the real science on earthquakes in our region. We’ll learn about seismic waves and see the Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network up close. We’ll stop for lunch and then catch the bus back. Wear comfortable shoes for moderate walking on city streets. RSVP: 206.297.0875.

 

9/25 - Friday
Seed Homecoming: Save & Share Seeds from Favorite Edibles
4-7 pm. PC Upper Parking Lot. Free.
Seed librarians will accept fresh homegrown seeds from vegetables, herbs and edible flowers. All donations should be labeled with the variety. Library volunteers will demon­strate how to save and winnow seeds, and will show the results of germination testing that is being done on some of the library’s holdings. If you want to try saving seeds but are unsure how to do it, visit kingcoseed.org for instruc­tions and links.

 

9/26 - Saturday
PNPC Gently Used Kids Gear Sale
9 am-1 pm. PC Brick Building.

 

9/30 - Wednesday

Difficult Conversations Series: The social construction of race

7-8:30 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
It’s often hard to talk about race, especially when you’re an individual who identifies as white. Race is an idea individually experienced in various ways, the construction of this idea has shaped U.S. history and continues to have major consequences for many Americans today. Watch a screening of Race: The Power of an Illusion followed by a discussion about current events, the social construction of race, a brief history of race relations in Seattle, and explore your own thoughts and experiences on this difficult, and sometimes uncomfortable topic.

 

 

SAVE THE DATES

 

10/1 Power of Community Fundraising Breakfast

10/7 Pig Out to Root Out Hunger

10/9 Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Exchange
10/10 Mystery Book Exchange

10/23 PNA Membership Potluck & Orientation

10/31 Hunger Goblin' Trick or Treat