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.
Please note: This calendar shows activities organized or sponsored by the PNA (including the Greenwood Senior Center). It does not include activities organized by other community members, groups, or businesses renting space at the centers.
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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.
Sat., 11/13. Come to the Phinney Neighborhood Preschool Co-op (PNPC) bi-annual kids' clothing and gear sale. Find amazing deals on gently-used clothing, shoes, toys, books, strollers, bedding, furniture, safety equipment, outdoor gear, car seats, costumes, maternity wear and more!
Through 12/23. Winter Wishes (formerly known as The Giving Tree) is a wonderful way to help local children, families, and adults during the holidays. Simply sign up for a virtual “tag” on our website, purchase the $20-30 gift, and deliver it by the deadline.
Enjoy our new PhinneyWood Winter Lights holiday tradition, featuring six different PNAnimal lights in the windows of local businesses. Join the fun online and collect PNAnimal cards at participating businesses to win fun prizes
Join us for a special screening of the feature documentary Cyber Seniors, and Q&A with representatives from the Seattle-King County Cyber Seniors Project.