Meet neighbors, get connected,
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.
Through Sept 30. Phinney Center Gallery. Free.
Twenty local artists interpret “awareness” in this show in partnership with The Emerald City Art Club.
Tuesday, September 14, 1 pm – 4 pm. Free.
Help us honor National Senior Center month, kick off the 10th Annual Power of Community campaign, and celebrate the culmination of a decade-long process to take over ownership of our building from the city. Ride our new lift and eat some cake! RSVP required: 206.297.0875
Wednesday, September 15, 1 -2 pm. GSC. Free.
KUOW’s Ross Reynolds explores the impact that audio transmission has had on society and storytelling, beginning with the first century of radio up to the modern age of audiobooks, internet streaming, podcasts, and smart speakers. How has audio changed society, and what makes it such a still powerful form of communication? Register: 206.297.0875.
Wednesday, September 22, 10 am- 6 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
New to the neighborhood or a longtime member? Come learn more about all the Phinney Neighborhood Association has to offer these days.
Wednesday, October 13, 1- 2 pm. GSC. Free.
Instagram sensation Susanna Ryan, AKA Seattle Walk Report, lovingly illustrates the charming and quirky people, places, and things that define Seattle’s neighborhoods. Susanna will visit us to talk about her comic and the thousands of miles that she has walked since beginning this project. Register: 206.297.0875.
Thursday, October 14, 12 pm. Streaming live online. $75 donation requested.
Spend your lunch hour with us to support the programs that help our community’s older adults stay connected, healthy, and active. Meet Jim Diers – the first director of the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods – in conversation with community leader Kavan Peterson.