News & Announcements

  • Closed Monday, January 21

    Closed Monday, January 21

    The Phinney Center and the Greenwood Senior Center will be closed to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 21. The free Hot Meal Program will run as usual from 4-6 pm at Greenwood Senior Center....

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  • Reaching out with memory loss video

    Reaching out with memory loss video

    We are excited to launch the abridged, 5-minute version of the 16-minute film "Living with Memory Loss: In Our Own Words."  The film was made by members of The Gathering Place who are living with memory loss, and who share their experiences in honest and open-hearted ways....

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  • Call for art!

    Call for art!

    All members of the community are invited to apply to the Phinney Center Gallery’s March show “Bridging the gap—art that brings us together.” The theme is open to interpretation by each artist’s individual vision and creativity, but we are thinking of pieces that illustrate how art can close the gap – economic, cultural, social, political, geographical or otherwise – between people and help us be more compassionate, informed and observant. The submission process will be open January 15 - February 1. Art will be displayed in the gallery from March 6-April 5, with the opening reception on Friday, March 8 during the PhinneyWood ArtWalk....

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  • January 2018 Newsletter

    January 2018 Newsletter

    The newsletter is here! Find out what events and classes are happening at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center, and what's going on with PNA programs- and how you can get involved....

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  • Get inside and dance

    Get inside and dance

    Beat the winter doldrums; feed your mind and body | “It’s my happy time!” declares Susie Crosier as she’s leaving her modern dance class to go right into the hip hop session at Greenwood’s American Dance Institute on a Sunday afternoon. As the days get grayer, damper, and shorter, “happy time” becomes more elusive for many. Many of us Seattlelites find our zen and our thrills in the outdoors—hiking, kayaking, rock climbing—but those opportunities become fewer as winter sets in....

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  • Advocate for our community’s seniors

    Advocate for our community’s seniors

    Wow! The PNA does NOT own the Greenwood Senior Center building! PNA has been working with the City of Seattle since 2010 to transfer the Greenwood Senior Center to the PNA. The City has expressed their commitment to this transfer, but it still hasn’t happened. It's important we own the building, so we can make much needed improvements, especially for accessibility. The City Council passed a budget resolution a few weeks ago, asking the Mayor to complete the transfer by the end of March. We wanted to help, and kicked off advocacy efforts at Winter Festival last weekend. Over 1,000 people signed a giant card to the City Council and the Mayor, and we took a field trip to City Hall to deliver it. We also kicked off a postcard and email writing campaign this week, encouraging community members to write to the Mayor and City Council to tell them how important this property transfer is. You can also help! Take 5 minutes to send an email to the Mayor and City Council, thanking the City Council and urging the Mayor to approve and complete the transfer. ...

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  • December 2018 Newsletter

    December 2018 Newsletter

    The newsletter is here! Find out what events and classes are happening at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center, and what's going on with PNA programs. Featured events include the Day of the Dead Festival, a Saturday Family Concert, The Big Lebrewski Winter Beer Taste, Seattle7Writers Holiday Bookfest, Thanksgiving Potluck, Winter Festival,  and more!...

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  • Real Change: Burritos without Borders

    Real Change: Burritos without Borders

    Community member David Baum pilots a project to bring fresh, handmade burritos to encampments, with the help and infrastructure of the PNA's Hot Meal Program. The effort made the front page of Real Change News! "Members of the Phinney Neighborhood Association stuff tortillas with beans, cheese and kindness, then deliver them to encampments..." by Ashley Archibald, Nov 21, 2018....

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  • The Seattle Times: How my neighborhood’s scrappy annual crafts fair became a seasonal tradition

    The Seattle Times: How my neighborhood’s scrappy annual crafts fair became a seasonal tradition

    "In a sea of corporate holiday celebrations, community-oriented crafts fairs like the Phinney Neighborhood Association's Winter Festival, running 38 years strong, can bring us down to earth." By Megan Burbank. Seattle Times travel and outdoors editor. If you live on Phinney Ridge, you know the heart of the neighborhood isn’t one of its manifold coffee shops or yoga studios, but the hulking light-blue building at North 67th Street and Phinney Avenue North that, along with an auxiliary brick building to the east, houses the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA)....

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  • Cheers to beer!

    Cheers to beer!

    The 31st Anniversary PNA Winter Beer Taste- the Big Lebrewski- was a tremendous success! 764 of you helped us raise $32,255 for PNA's programs and services for seniors, kids, and community! Find out the winning brews.......

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