News & Announcements

  • Call for Artists! Northwest Fine Arts Competition

    Call for Artists! Northwest Fine Arts Competition

    Apply by January 28 to the Northwest Fine Arts Competition, organized by the PNA. Work from 20-30 artists will be shown in the Phinney Center Gallery March 7- April 6. The artist selected as Jurors’ Choice will have all of their submitted works displayed in the show, their work featured on show promotional materials, and a feature article in the next edition of The Review, the PNA’s quarterly community newspaper. ...

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  • January 2018 Newsletter

    January 2018 Newsletter

    See what's going on at the PNA this month: events, classes, news, announcements.......

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  • Your input wanted! Survey to help older adults with life enjoyment

    Your input wanted! Survey to help older adults with life enjoyment

    Our Greenwood Senior Center is partnering with researchers at the University of Washington who are interested in learning about the wellness and emotional needs of adults over 60, and we hope you will consider this opportunity to participate in this research. ...

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  • Exploring Racial Literacy Together

    Exploring Racial Literacy Together

    As part of PNA’s Difficult Conversations series, the Breaking White Silence project hopes to create antibias consciousness-raising groups in our community. This past year, more than a dozen Breaking White Silence groups have met for transformative conversations through the discussion of the book "What Does It Mean to be White?" by Dr. Robin DiAngelo. New book groups are starting this quarter, as early as January 4, and you're invited to join....

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  • We’re closed Dec 24 – Jan 1

    We’re closed Dec 24 – Jan 1

    The Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center will be closed Sunday, December 24 – Monday, January 1. We’ll reopen on Tuesday, January 2. Click "read more" to see what services and activities are still happening. We hope you have a wonderful holiday season and a fabulous new year!...

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  • Building a Stronger Business Community

    Building a Stronger Business Community

    This time of holiday shopping is a great opportunity to reflect on our local business community. The PNA and its Business Member Group are committed to the growth of local business. You can help by shopping local! You can also support the businesses that support the community: we have an online Business Member directory with all the businesses that support the PNA....

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  • The December Newsletter is Here

    The December Newsletter is Here

    See what's going on at the PNA this month: events, classes, news, announcements.......

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  • Giving Trees: Share Some Holiday Cheer

    Giving Trees: Share Some Holiday Cheer

    You can brighten the holiday season for less fortunate folks by purchasing a gift or two. The PNA has Giving Trees at the following locations: The Phinney Center, Greenwood Senior Center, The Phinery, the Phinney Ridge branch of Umpqua Bank and Whittier Kids. Gifts are due back to the location where you got the tag(s) by December 8 or 11....

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  • 30 Years of Beer! And the winners are…

    30 Years of Beer! And the winners are…

    On Saturday November 11, over 650 folks slushed through the drizzle to the cozy (maybe too cozy!?) Phinney Center Blue Building to taste from some 70+ brews from 37 local microbreweries at our sold-out 30th Anniversary Winter Beer Taste. Seven breweries collaborated with the PNA Beer Committee to make special concoctions for the event; two of those won crowd favorite. ...

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  • Halloween in Phinney Ridge, What a Treat! 

    Halloween in Phinney Ridge, What a Treat! 

    We are from Toronto, lived a year in Berlin and two years in Singapore before that, moving to the Pacific Northwest in spring. It is fair to say we've experienced our share of Halloween celebrations...Our two-year-old, dressed in his blue jumpsuit, with badge, NASA hat and white velcro sneakers, had just learned the word "candy" and was raring to go. As always, a few days leading up to Halloween, our ears are perked. A woman buying bags of chocolate in line at Target mentioned Phinney Ridge. A quick online search and I learned it was on Zillow's list of top trick-or-treating neighborhoods in Seattle....

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