Events

Meet neighbors, get connected,
have fun.

The PNA offers all kinds of community events from our annual Día De los Muertos event to our popular Winter Festival; book exchanges and educational events; beer tastes and Bingo Karaoke. No matter your age or interests, it’s a good bet you’ll find something going on worth checking out!

2019 Annual Events List (pdf)

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Featured Events

A father and daughter looking at the Gumshoe clue form together; other people in background reading clues and walking

Gumshoe 5k Detective Walk

August 2-18  | Phinney-Greenwood Neighborhood | $15-20 |  Details

Solve the 30 clues that guide you through a 3.1-mile neighborhood walk, turn in your answers and you’re entered into a drawing for $1,000 worth of prizes!

Gumshoe 5K

Procrastishoe (Gumshoe 5k)

Sunday, Aug. 18, 3-6 pm | Meet at Phinney Center |  Details

If you found you haven’t done the Gumshoe yet, join other last-minute Gumshoes with the Answer Man trailing behind to help you out when you get stuck.

Recompose Talk

Thursday, Aug. 22, 10-11 am |  Greenwood Senior Center | Free |  Details

Washington is the first state to allow composting as an alternative to traditional burial and cremation. Come learn more.

Older woman reading a book to several preschool children

Sprouts & Seniors Playgroup

Friday, Aug. 23, 10-11 am | Greenwood Senior Center| Free |  Details

Calling all preschoolers and older adults! Come for intergenerational fun and learning from each other!

Author Talk: Nathan Vass: “The Lines That Make Us: Stories From Nathan’s Bus”

Thursday, Aug. 29, 12:30-2 pm | Greenwood Senior Center | Free |  Details

Nathan’s well-received book is a collection of stories and photos about his experiences as a bus driver. (You may have met him on the #5).

Book Exchange

Book Exchange

Saturday, Sept. 7, 11 am-2 pm | Phinney Center | Free |  Details

Trade your gently used books for something new! Five genres: mysteries, science fiction, fantasy, kids’ books and cookbooks. Swap or buy paperbacks for $1 and hardbacks for $2.