Phinney Neighborhood Association

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Upcoming Events

  • Bloodworks Northwest Pop-up Blood Drive

    Bloodworks Northwest Pop-up Blood Drive

    Fri, 7/1 & Fri, 7/22. As our community continues to face a dangerous blood and platelet shortage, Bloodworks Northwest is in dire need of donations to supply local hospitals. We encourage you to make an appointment to donate blood at the Greenwood Senior Center this summer and plan to give every 56 days after....

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  • Pups & Pops in the Park

    Pups & Pops in the Park

    Thurs, 7/7. Whether you have a dog of your own or just enjoy being around them, join us at Greenwood Park to eat popsicles and pet and play with some local pooches....

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  • 15th Annual Summer Beer Taste: Beercraft

    15th Annual Summer Beer Taste: Beercraft

    Sat, 7/16. Step away from the game and get outside! Come to the PNA Craft Beer Taste – Beercraft. Build your best beer taste with ten tastes from over 30 local breweries and cideries in our Phinney Center Lower Parking Lot!...

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News & Stories

  • PNA closed on Mon, July 4; Tool Library closed Sat, July 2

    The PNA will be closed on Mon, July 4 in celebration of the Fourth of July holiday. The Tool Library will be closed on Sat, July 2 and the Hot Meal Program is also closed on Monday. Have a great holiday weekend! Read more

  • PhinneyWood Art Sale & Stroll supports local makers and artists

    Our PhinneyWood Art Sale & Stroll on June 18 brought together almost 80 local makers and hundreds of shoppers for a handcrafted shopping experience. We love supporting artists, building community, and welcoming summer with this fun annual event. Click through the photo galleries on our blog to check out some of the handmade fun! Read more

  • Lifting Loneliness: PNA Social Connection Project helps isolated older adults

    The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the pre-existing problem of social isolation, particularly among older adults. Given statistics on isolation’s negative health impacts, the Greenwood Senior Center (GSC) started the Social Connection Project (SCP) last year. “Our goal with the Social Connection Project is to engage, educate, and —just as importantly—learn from the community about the impact of social isolation on older adults,” said GSC Director Cecily Kaplan. Read more

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