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10/28 - Friday
1-2 pm. Greenwood Senior Center. Free.
What sparked decisions by Washington state women in the 19th and 20th centuries to buck societal norms and laws to pursue political leadership roles? What fueled their confidence and abilities to push for change in attitudes and practices associated with women's roles? King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles engages with the audience to examine and understand these questions.
10/29 - Saturday
Hunger Goblin’ Trick or Treat
12-3 pm. At participating businesses in PhinneyWood. Look for Hunger Goblin posters!
Costumed children are welcome to trick or treat at participating businesses. Get a “Hunger Goblin” sticker by donating either a can of food or $2 for a local food bank at various donation stations along Phinney and Greenwood Avenues.
10/30 - Sunday
1-4 pm. Greenwood Library. 8016 Greenwood Ave N. Free.
Don’t despair, come repair! Instead of throwing away your broken tools,gadgets, and electronics, bring them in to the Repair Café for a chance at another life. Meet neighbors and friends while sipping coffee as we collaboratively explore the lost art of fixing.
Local Business for a Local Cause
7-9:30 pm. Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery. 8570 Greenwood.
Verity Credit Union’s silent auction to benefit PNA’s Hot Meal Program. Proceeds plus $2
per pint sold support those in need! Come place your bids while listening to live music,
all for a good cause.
11/5 – Saturday
Día de los Muertos Festival
4-7 pm. PC Blue Building & Plaza. Free.
Celebrate Day of the Dead with music, dance, food, crafts, and more! This free festival will feature a procession led by Aztec dancers, a traditional altar dedication, Spanish music for children, Mexican folk dance, a fabulous raffle, plus activities like decorating sugar skulls.
11/12 – Saturday
PNA 29th Annual Winter Beer Taste : Put a Beer on It
7-10 pm. PC Blue Building. $25 PNA Members/$35 Public.
Preview Tasting 6:15 pm: $50 PNA Members/$30 Public
Ten tastes from 35 breweries, pub style snacks and a silent auction of beer paraphernalia. For an additional $25 tax deductible donation, the Special Preview Tasting at 6:15 pm includes a complimentary glass, sliders and slaw, and no lines!
Thanks to all the participating breweries and to the Seattle Ale Houses: 74th Street Ale House, Hilltop Ale House and Columbia City Ale House for 20 years of beer taste sponsorship. See the brewery line up and purchase tickets»
11/24 – Thursday
Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner
4 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Share the holiday and a dish with others in the community at the Phinney Center.
To RSVP or volunteer, contact Emilia at 206.783.2244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let us know what dish you are bringing and if you will help set up or clean up.
11/26 – Saturday
5-6 pm. PC Air Raid Tower. Free.
Kick off PhinneyWood’s Holiday Monkey Season at the annual GloCone Lighting. The OK Chorale will perform holiday carols. Free refreshments will be available and a child will be chosen to “throw the switch,” setting the air raid tower at 67th and Phinney aglow
with lights and monkeys.
11/27 – Sunday
Evan Reynolds’ Family Variety Show fundraiser for Syrian Refugees
3-4:30 pm. PC Brick Building. By donation.
Evan is an award winning magician whose variety show is a two-time Parent Map Golden
Teddy award finalist. The show is family friendly with magicians, acrobats, and more! Make
a donation of any size to the International Rescue Committee and come enjoy the show!
Co-sponsored by PNA.
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