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!

We know things are rapidly changing with COVID-19 and the safety of the community is our top priority. All in-person events are subject to change, cancellation, or attendance requirements in accordance with current CDC, State, and County guidelines. Please check back for the most up-to-date information and visit our COVID-19 page.

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Featured Events

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Phinney Farmers Market

Fridays, June 3 through Sept. 30, 3-7 pm.  
Phinney Center Upper Parking Lot.

Enjoy Friday afternoons at the Phinney Farmers Market all summer! Connect with the community and meet local producers while you pick up farm fresh produce and tasty prepared foods and enjoy local music.

PNA staff and friends do the Gumshoe 5K walk.

Gumshoe 5K Detective Walk

Fri, Aug 5 through Sun, Aug 21.  
PhinneyWood Neighborhood

Join a FUNdraising PhinneyWood detective walk tradition! Pick up an entry form during the listed dates, use your sleuth skills to complete it, and return the form for a chance to win a $100 gift card to a local business.

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Mirror Stage Contexpo: Veterans & PTSD

Fri, Aug. 12, 6:30-9 pm. Phinney Center Blue Building. Free.
Sat, Aug. 13, 1-5 pm. Phinney Center Blue Building. Free.

Mirror Stage Contexpo: Veterans and PTSD kicks off on Fri, Aug. 12 with a local art exhibit and an open mic poetry slam hosted by spoken word artists Miz Floes. There will be a yoga and mindfulness workshop led by Satya Wellness Collective on Sat, Aug. 13, followed by a writing for self-care workshop.

Class learns how to perform CPR on dummies

CPR/First Aid/HIV Certification

Sat, Aug. 13, 9 am-12 pm.
Phinney Center Blue Building, Room 7. $40-$50.

Can you provide first aid? Learn first aid, CPR, and more in this important class taught by Ken Norris, a retired firefighter who’s taught CPR and first aid for over 25 years. The course focuses on injury prevention and safety.

Bloodworks Northwest graphic with a lifesaver in the ocean and the text, "Be a lifesaver. Donate."

Bloodworks Northwest Pop-up Blood Drive

Fri, Sept. 9, 9:30 am-4:30 pm.  
Greenwood Senior Center.

Our community faces a dangerous blood and platelet shortage. Make an appointment to donate blood at the Greenwood Senior Center by visiting or call 800.398.7888. Same-day appointments will also be available.

Graphic of the Phinney Center Blue Building with a table setting and the text, "Bite of PhinneyWood Saturday September 17"

Bite of PhinneyWood

Sat, Sept. 17, 2-6 pm.  
Phinney Center Upper Parking Lot.

25 restaurants. One ticket. One spot. Explore our delicious local food scene at this new tasting event! Try 25 local restaurants with one ticket, all in our upper parking lot. Bite of PhinneyWood is brought to you by Salmon Bay Community Lending.

PhinneyWood Art Walk 2022 poster with a colorful bird, cat, and lips.

The 26th BIG One PhinneyWood Art Walk

Fri, Sept. 23, 6-9 pm.
Sat, Sept. 24, 12-5 pm.  

PhinneyWood Neighborhood

Come out for art and eats during the 26th BIG One PhinneyWood Art Walk! This popular tradition is a neighborhood party with art, music, and performances at participating businesses. Many restaurants and pubs offer menu specials, too.