Month: May 2022
The Phinney Farmers Market returns on June 3
After closures to the Phinney Farmers Market during the pandemic, the market will reopen Fri, June 3, from 3-7 pm in the upper parking lot of the Phinney Center. Shoppers will see longtime vendors and get to know producers new to the market. The market is a lively gathering place for the community on Friday afternoons through Sept. 30, and it also serves a more profound purpose: connecting shoppers with the folks who grow our food and supporting those producers....Read More
The summer Review newspaper is here!
If you're a Phinney-Greenwood resident or a PNA member, watch your mailbox for The Review newspaper. You can also click "read more" to read it online or pick it up at the Phinney Center, Greenwood Senior Center, or NW Seattle libraries. In this issue, take a Seattle staycation, celebrate a local brewery, plan your summer events, and more. ...Read More
Rainbow Hop family fun activities spread Pride on June 4
Each year we kick off Pride Month and celebrate Phinney-Greenwood’s commitment to inclusivity and equity with Rainbow Hop, an LGBTQIA celebration for everyone! On Sat, June 4, more than 30 businesses and organizations throughout the neighborhood will host free family fun activities from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. The Rainbow Hop map and activity list is available as a pdf or you can explore our interactive map and activity list in this new post....Read More
Complete our Community Survey and help PNA grow with NW Seattle!
Do you spend time or live in Northwest Seattle? Take our short survey to share your voice and help us best connect with our growing community. You can also enter to win a $100 Visa gift card at the end. Please share our survey in your network and complete it today!...Read More
United Outreach Effort at Woodland Park
“We believe that everyone deserves to be included in a caring and supportive community. As our city faces its housing crisis, the PNA is focusing on our values (belonging, inclusivity, intentional engagement, and responsiveness) to help support the important work of finding sustainable solutions for Woodland Park. We’ve appreciated being part of this coalition for its people-focused approach, and for the opportunity to share and respond to concerns from the wider community." – Christi Beckley, Executive Director, Phinney Neighborhood Association...Read More
Business Spotlight: Soma Yoga & Dance Studio
Instructor and proprietress Jean Hindle has been a somatic movement educator, Soma Yoga and meditation teacher, and dancer in Seattle for 28 years. She founded Soma Yoga & Dance Studio in Ballard 18 years ago. “I love supporting students in finding freedom in motion, mind and thus, creative courageous living through Somatics, meditation, Soma Yoga, dance, BrainDance and the arts (drawing meditation/writing).”...Read More
5 reasons to volunteer for PNA Village Gardening Day on May 14!
Our PNA Village program is seeking volunteers to garden for our elder neighbors on Sat, May 14. “This is an easy way to make a big difference in the lives of others. You’ll beautify an elder neighbor’s yard and garden, and make them so happy,” shared our Village Program Manager Rebecca Fogarty. Email Rebecca at [email protected] to sign up soon. Still on the fence? See why gardening with us on May 14 is the perfect way to spend a spring Saturday!...Read More
Back in Action! unites superheroes for show-stopping fundraiser
On Saturday, April 30, more than 200 superheroes united to celebrate and raise vital funds for our work at Back in Action!, the comic book-themed return of our annual spring fundraiser. We deeply appreciate all of the PhinneyWood superheroes who gave from the heart and supported our extraordinary community programs and services. Click through the photo galleries featured in this blog to see amazing costumes and moments from the celebration!...Read More