Phinney Neighborhood Association

We build, engage, and support our diverse community through programs, services, and activities that connect neighbors and foster civic engagement.

Get Involved

Featured Events

  • Gumshoe 5K Detective Walk

    Gumshoe 5K Detective Walk

    Aug 3-19. Solve the 30 clues that guide you through a 3.1 mile neighborhood walk, turn in your answers and you're entered into a drawing for $1,000 worth of prizes! ...

    Learn More
  • Farmers Market Happy Hour

    Farmers Market Happy Hour

    Fri. 8/10. Get your fruit, veggies, eggs, bacon, treats and dinner at the Phinney Farmers Market and then enjoy adult beverages from local producers, 5-7 pm. 21+...

    Learn More
  • PNA T-Shirt Day at the Market

    PNA T-Shirt Day at the Market

    Join, renew or extend your membership at the Farmers Market on August 17 and get a free PNA T-shirt, or a PNA hoodie for cheap!...

    Learn More

News & Stories

  • August 2018 Newsletter

    The newsletter is here! Find out what events and classes are happening at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center, and what's going on with PNA programs. Featured events include the Gumshoe 5K, the Farmers Market Happy Hour, Membership & Free T-shirt Day at the Market, and Camp Greenwood at the GSC. Also, check out our memory loss film now online, and a bunch of new job openings. Read more

  • Seed Library Helps You Grow Fall & Winter Plants

    Keep your garden growing into the fall and even through the winter with seeds that are available right now at the King County Seed Lending Library inside the PNA Tool Library. You can start all sorts of salad greens, plus second sowings of peas, beets, turnips and carrots for fall harvest. Plant kale, broccoli and other brassica-family crops for fall and overwintering. Small quantities of seed for all these crops are now available at the PNA’s branch of the seed library. They’re inside the green cabinet in the tool library’s office, available for free whenever the tool library is open. Read more

  • Memory loss documentary now online

    Out of the desire to be advocates, members of The Gathering Place program who are living with memory loss, create a short documentary, Living with Memory Loss: In Our Own Words. We screened the film at the Greenwood Senior Center twice to positive response and a crowded room. The Gathering Place group and staff team decided to take it further—to make the film widely available to anyone online for free, to stream or download. Read more

Read All News

Thank You to Our Supporters