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!

Download printable 2017 PNA Events List

 

Featured Upcoming Events

 

Claudia

The Cost of War: US Intervention in El Salvador 25 Years Later

Wednesday, September 20  | 7-8:30 pm | PC Blue Building | Free | Details
What lessons can El Salvador teach us about US led-interventions in the context of current conflicts around the world? Join Angelina Snodgrass Godoy, UW professor of International Studies and Director of Center for Human Rights; Claudia Castro Luna, Salvadoran immigrant, author and former Seattle Civic Poet; and others for an important and timely discussion. (photo of Claudia Castro Luna)

Pig Out to Root Out Hunger

Wednesday, September 27  | All Day | Around PhinneyWood | Details & Restaurant List
Dine out all day to support your neighbors in need! Restaurants, pubs, and cafes in Phinney/Greenwood donate a percent of proceeds to help fund three free meals every week through PNA’s Hot Meal Program.

Sixth Annual Power of Community Breakfast

Thursday, October 5 | 7:30-8:30 am | Greenwood Senior Center
Free, $75 minimum suggested donation | Details & RSVP
Please join us to support critical senior programs at the Greenwood Senior Center and PNA Village, featuring an opportunity for great conversations, networking, and to learn more about the impact PNA’s senior programs are making. Celebrate innovation with our keynote speaker, Keri Pollock, Director of Marketing and Communications for Aging Wisdom and hear inspiring words from Dr. Barak Gaster from UW Medicine.

Mayoral Candidate Forum with Cary Moon and Jenny Durkan

Sunday, October 22  | 4:30-6 pm | PC Brick Building | Free | Details
Come hear from the candidates, moderated by David Hyde from KUOW. Hear about what? You decide! We’ll use your suggestions to write questions, and play several recorded questions for them to answer at the forum. We’ll also be collecting questions at the forum from the audience.

Historic John Allen School

Wa State Ghost Society Explores Phinney Center’s Unwritten History via Visiting Spirits

Saturday, October 28  | 2-4 pm | PC Blue Building | Free | Details
Get into the Halloween mood by learning what ghost researchers found in two visits to the Phinney Center. Investigators and mediums offer fascinating details of spirits they encountered as well as audio evidence caught on tape — knocks, voices and more.