Weekly Groups & Events


PNA Running Group
6-7:15 am. PC Plaza. Free.

Spanish Conversation Groups
6-8 pm. PC Blue Building.
$20/month. First night free!


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


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.


Seattle Folklore Society Concerts
7:30-10 pm. PC Brick Building.
See schedule of performers »


Monthly Events & Groups

3/1 - 1st Sundays
Seattle Family Dance
3-5 pm. PC Brick Building. Free.

3/3 - 1st Tuesday

1st Tuesday Book Club
7-8 pm. PC Blue Building.

Silk Parachute by John McPhee

3/4 - 1st Wednesday
PNA Fixers Collective
6 pm. Greenwood True Value.

3/7- 1st Saturdays
Ridge Romp - Caspar Babypanrs
2 shows - 10:30 am & 12:30 pm.
PC Brick Building. $5 / Babes-in-arms free.

3/11 - 2nd Wednesday
PNA Book Club
7 pm. PC Blue Building.
Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand by Helen Simonson.


3/13 - 2nd Friday
PNA Game Night
7-10 pm.
PC Blue Building.

3/22 - 4th Sundays
Evan's Family Variety Show
3-4:30 pm. PC Brick Building. Free, but tickets required.



Community Meetings

3/4 -  First Wednesdays
Solar Washington
6-8 pm. PC Brick Building.


3/9 - Second Monday

Phinney Hub
(Disaster Preparedness)

7:30 – 8:45 pm. PC Blue Building.

3/5 - 1st Tuesday
Phinney Ridge Community Council
7 pm. PC Blue Building.


3/25 - 4th Wednesday
Northwest District Council
7-9 pm. GSC.

3/24 - Fourth Tuesdays
NW Biodiesel Network
7-9 pm. PC Blue Building.

3/25 - 4th Wednesday
NW EcoBuilding Guild
7-9 pm. PC Brick 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.





3/7 - Saturday
Ridge Romp – Caspar Babypants
10:30 am and 12:30 pm (two shows!). PC Brick Building. $5/Babes-in-arms free.
Caspar Babypants, purveyor of simple, good time sing-along music for kids and parents to enjoy together, is back to rock the Ridge. ridgeromp.wordpress.com


3/7 - Saturday

Sci-Fi & Fantasy Book Exchange
10 am-1 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Trade gently used science fiction and fantasy novels, DVDs, and magazines or buy books for $1-2. Meet other readers, get recommendations, and eat tasty treats!


3/10 - Tuesday
The Alzheimer’s Café
3:30-5 pm. Stage Door Café, 208 N 85th St. Free + your café order.
This Café provides an opportunity for people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias and their care partners to get out and socialize in a safe environment. Call Carin at 206.230.0166 to learn more. Thank you to Aegis of Madison for their support of this event.


3/13 - Friday
Phinney Center Gallery Reception

7-9 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Land, Sea and Sky Explorations: The art of Cecilia Sullivan and Susan Waite.


3/21 - Saturday
PNPC Gently Used Kids Gear Sale

9 am-1 pm. PC Brick Building. Free.
Find incredible deals from the Phinney Neighborhood Preschool Co-op on gently used clothing, toys, books, strollers, furniture, gear, maternity wear and more! Proceeds benefit the PNPC. Tax-deductible donations of gently used baby/kid clothing and gear accepted through March 15. Email pnpckidssale@gmail.com for more information.

3/22 - Sunday
Evan's Family Variety Show
3-4:30 pm. PC Brick Building. Free, but tickets required.
Monthly shows feature magicians, jugglers, dancers, circus artists, hula hoopers, and more - every show is different!

3/25 - Wednesday
PNA Business Member Social
12-1:30 pm. Park Pub, 6114 Phinney Ave N.
Free for PNA Business Members/$10 non-members. No host lunch.
Jessica Dringman, Social Media Manager at Marketeering Group will present to the group on ways to best utilizing social media to promote your business. RSVP to biz@phinneycenter.org.

3/25 - Wednesday
Religion and Human Rights: Allies or Enemies?

2-3:30 pm. GSC. Free.
What is the relationship between religion and human rights? Does religion affirm and support the concept of human rights, or does it prevent a society from recognizing the rights of all of its members? This presentation from Professor David E. Smith, explores the complex and confusing dynamics that exist between religion and human rights in the context of a rapidly changing society. Call 206.297.0875 to RSVP.



4/10 Member Happy Hour Potluck
4/10 PNA Member Orientation
4/25 BPC & PCPE Used Kids Gear Sale
4/27 Blood Donation Drive
5/2 PNA Viva Las Vegas Auction
5/30 PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day