News & Announcements

  • The fall Review is here!

    The fall Review is here!

    If you're a Phinney-Greenwood resident or a PNA member, you hopefully just received The Review newspaper in your mailbox. If you're not, you can read it online or pick it up at the Phinney Center (and later this week at the local NW Seattle libraries). In this issue, read about what "re-opening" means in our community, take a stroll down a Healthy Street, learn about the Cafe Streets program, water your garden wisely, meet local businesses, and more. ...

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  • September events bloom at GSC

    September events bloom at GSC

    As the end of summer approaches, the Greenwood Senior Center has interesting free events planned for all ages, both in-person and online. Check out these early September GSC happenings and sign up today!...

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  • Greenwood Senior Center to serve as cooling center

    Greenwood Senior Center to serve as cooling center

    Hot temps are coming again! Our Greenwood Senior Center will serve as one of the City’s Cooling Centers, where (masked) people can come to our air-conditioned Greenwood Room to cool off. Hours are Thursday and Friday 10 am to 4:30 pm and Saturday, 1-5 pm. Please call ahead at 206.297.0875....

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  • Business Spotlight: Cooper Boom Design

    Business Spotlight: Cooper Boom Design

    Andrea Krajeski is a Northwest native with an eye for interior design. Since she was a teenager, she’s enjoyed outfitting rooms, repainting walls, and repurposing old furniture she’d find in thrift stores or on the side of the road. Now she’s taking this passion to the next level at Copper Boom Design....

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  • Greenwood Senior Center building transfer is official!

    Greenwood Senior Center building transfer is official!

    After 10 years of working together with the City of Seattle to transfer ownership of the Greenwood Senior Center property, the papers are signed and it's official! The PNA now owns the building, which allows us the freedom to make any changes that might better serve our community. Councilmember Dan Strauss came to the Center to celebrate the occasion. Big thanks to the community who supported and advocated for us over the years! Click "Read more" to watch the 2-min video. ...

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  • Many new faces at PNA!

    Many new faces at PNA!

    We're growing here at the PNA and we're excited to welcome a bunch of new folks into the PNA community over the past couple of months. Meet our new team members! ...

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  • A fond farewell to Board President Veronica Iocco

    A fond farewell to Board President Veronica Iocco

    We are sad to announce that PNA Board President Veronica Iocco has moved away from Seattle and has resigned from the Board. We will miss Veronica’s compassionate leadership and dedication to the PNA. Gabe Murphy, former Vice President, has taken the reins as President, and Helen Wattley-Ames was voted in as Vice President. Veronica shares some parting words in a letter to the community. ...

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  • PNA Board of Directors seeks candidates

    The PNA is seeking candidates for its Board of Directors and we would love to hear from you. We are looking for community members who are passionate about the PNA’s mission to build community, and who are excited to envision and strategize organizational change / programmatic transformation to respond to the pandemic as well as our accelerated effort to become a more diverse and inclusive organization by bringing an equity lens to all that we do. ...

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  • Survey: Choose new animals for PhinneyWood holiday lights

    Survey: Choose new animals for PhinneyWood holiday lights

    New holiday lights are coming! After PNA received a Neighborhood Matching Grant from the City, the Holiday Lights Committee wants your opinion on the new animal choices to brighten the windows of our business corridor this winter. If you live or work in PhinneyWood, please take two minutes to vote and share your thoughts. ...

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  • Calling artists and makers for Winter Festival!

    Calling artists and makers for Winter Festival!

    We're excited to share that the 41st annual Winter Festival & Crafts Fair will happen in person on December 4 and 5, 2021! After our virtual fair last year, we can't wait to welcome fabulous local artists and makers and our devoted shoppers back into our buildings for the holiday experience we all love.  Right now, we're calling on all PNW artists, makers, and crafters to apply to be a part of the festivities and sell their work: art, pottery, ceramics, glass, jewelry, clothing, accessories, stationery, bath and body goods, gourmet edibles and drinkables, toys, and anything else handmade! Applications are due Sunday, August 15....

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