Phinney Neighborhood Association

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Featured Events

  • Author Talk: Nathan Vass on “The Lines that Make Us”

    Author Talk: Nathan Vass on “The Lines that Make Us”

    Thurs, 8/29. Join local author Nathan Vass for the first in our upcoming series of book talks. His well-received book, “The Lines that Make Us: Stories from Nathan’s Bus” is a collection of stories and photos about his experiences as a bus driver. ...

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  • Tea, Treats and PNA Orientation at the GSC

    Tea, Treats and PNA Orientation at the GSC

    Wed 9/4. 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....

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  • Book Exchange

    Book Exchange

    Sat. 9/7. Trade your gently used books for something new! Five genres: mysteries, science fiction, fantasy, kids’ books and cookbooks. Swap or buy paperbacks for $1 and hardbacks for $2....

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News & Stories

  • The fall Review is out!

    If you're a Phinney-Greenwood resident or a PNA member, you should have received your copy of The Review. If you're not, you can read it online or pick it up at the Phinney Center or the Greenwood Senior Center. You can also grab a copy at the following libraries: Greenwood, Ballard, Green Lake, and Broadview. Find out what fun and educational stuff is going on in the next few months at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center. Plus, get an in-depth look at how we're helping seniors and those in need, take a trip down memory lane with outgoing director Lee Harper, and set your kids up for success with community involvement. Read more

  • August 2019 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- and how you can get involved. Read more

  • The Seattle Times: Margaret Hamilton’s sister shares her memories as Seattle’s seniors celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing

    By Natachi Onwuamaegbu ... "When the first man set foot on the moon, Kathryn Heafield was studying music right outside of Paris at Fontainebleau. She and her classmates were watching the moon landing in a large, echoey room on a black-and-white TV about the size of a computer screen. After the broadcast was over, her teacher, Nadia Boulanger, a leading teacher of musicians in the 20th century, raised a glass of champagne and asked her students to raise their glasses to the men that made it possible. “I said, ‘Wait a minute — my sister worked on the moon landing,’ ” said Heafield, a Seattle resident. “And [Boulanger] said oh no, women can’t do that. I said, well, my sister did.” Read more

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