Phinney Neighborhood Association

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Upcoming Events

  • Hunger Goblin’ Food Drive

    Hunger Goblin’ Food Drive

    Oct. 18-31. Sadly, Hunger Goblin’ won’t be an event of trick-or-treating again this year due to COVID, but it WILL stay alive as a way to help our neighbors with a food drive for FamilyWorks....

  • Día de los Muertos – Day of the Dead Festival

    Día de los Muertos – Day of the Dead Festival

    Sat. 11/6. Celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)--a time to commemorate the dead and celebrate their lives with family and friends. Enjoy our celebration with entertainment, arts and crafts, plus food and drink....

  • Back to the Beer Taste

    Back to the Beer Taste

    Sat. 11/13. Great Scott! It’s the 34th year of the PNA Winter Beer Taste! Keep the tradition alive and choose 10 tastes from about 30 breweries and cideries....


News & Stories

  • The “theme” of friendship

    Pick a random coin from your pocket or your change jar. Look at the date on the coin and think back. What were you doing that year? Have a favorite childhood memory? An interesting job? A trip? This is just one of the activities (or “themes”) that neighbors participated in, getting to know each other as part of the PNA Village Pod program. They meet once a month, without fail, connecting in the most interesting way. Read more

  • Final voting for holiday lighting animal designs

    Finally... after community steering committee meetings, engagement with makers, design meetings, and neighborhood polls, we have the animals and silhouettes for the new holiday lighting tradition ready to vote on! There was an exceptional number of votes for different animals than originally conceived of, which is reflected in the final six animals. See the designs and cast your vote by October 10! Read more

  • The journey not expected

    As a veteran flight attendant who’s pretty much seen everything the human condition can throw at her, Shirley Purkey thought she could handle just about any situation. But when her husband, Craig, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's five years ago, she found her limit. “When this came along, it really took me down. I was feeling lost. I didn’t know which way to turn or how it would progress,” she says. “My daughter lives in Greenwood and she said, ‘You know, I wish you and dad would get involved at the Greenwood Senior Center. It has so much going on.’ " Read more

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