Month: October 2017

  • The Monkeys Are Coming

    The Monkeys Are Coming

    Once again this holiday season, 200+ monkeys will light up PhinneyWood as they "frolic" in the windows of businesses up and down Greenwood and Phinney Avenues. Community members are invited to support the project by "sponsoring" a monkey with a donation of $25/monkey. Sponsored monkeys will be displayed at community locations....

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  • Mayoral Forum Draws in Community

    Mayoral Forum Draws in Community

    On Sunday, October 22, the PNA held a Mayoral Forum with Jenny Durkan and Cary Moon. The event was moderated by KUOW's David Hyde and Amy Radil. If you missed it, or weren't able to get in, one of our board members Facebook live-streamed it from her phone and you can watch it. ...

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  • KUOW: Seattle mayoral forum: ‘I’m going to alienate somebody with my answer’

    KUOW: Seattle mayoral forum: ‘I’m going to alienate somebody with my answer’

    By Kim Malcolm, David Hyde & Amy Radil. Former U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan and urbanist Cary Moon have some really sharp differences. Take their feelings on Beecher's cheese and the Eagles, for instance. They met for a mayor's candidate forum at the Phinney Neighborhood Association hosted by KUOW reporters David Hyde and Amy Radil....

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  • PNA Celebrates 30 Years of Beer Tastes

    PNA Celebrates 30 Years of Beer Tastes

    On Saturday, November 11, drink to 30 years of fabulous local beer with us, featuring many unique beers, winter ales and ciders. Seven breweries are collaborating with the Beer Taste Committee to create special brews honoring the anniversary! It's going to be a special night....

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  • King 5 Evening: A library for tools in Seattle’s Phinney Ridge

    King 5 Evening: A library for tools in Seattle’s Phinney Ridge

    By Jim Denver. At Phinney Neighborhood Association's Tool Library, every tool can be borrowed just like a book from the library. It's a haven for handymen who know what they're doing... and a warehouse of whatchamacallits for those who don't. Whatever your skill level, you can get the job done at the Phinney Neighborhood Association's Tool Library. "How many tools we have -- that's a tough one," said tool librarian Todd Schwayder. "Two to three-thousand tools."...

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  • Bringing Back History

    Bringing Back History

    Maggy is eight years old, blonde, wearing a dress and carrying a teddy bear. Last March, she appeared in the Phinney Center’s Blue Building...Maggy attended the John B. Allen School in 1914, more than 60 years before the school closed and became home to the Phinney Neighborhood Association. Hers was one of several spectral visitations experienced by a team from the Washington State Ghost Society during an overnight stay at the Center in March. Hear their stories at their reveal on October 28. ...

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  • Business Spotlight: Decadent Dog Care

    Business Spotlight: Decadent Dog Care

    Sara Shiflet has lived in the Phinney area for eight years and has been running Decadent Dog Care for five years. She raised two dogs of her own, and when […]...

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  • Business Spotlight: Cat Ladies Cat Sitting

    Business Spotlight: Cat Ladies Cat Sitting

    Heidi and Coco Herman started Cat Ladies Cat Sitting together about three and a half years ago, and now have hundreds of cat sitting clients all over Seattle. Heidi has […]...

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  • PNA Village Connections Fall 2017

    The PNA Village Fall Newsletter is here! Download Newsletter Here (pdf)...

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