The fall Review newspaper is here!
Fall is coming soon, and the new issue of The Review is out—with enough time to plan for the many events and activities you’ll find inside! If you live in Phinney Ridge or Greenwood or are a PNA member, look out for it in your mailbox. Or, grab a copy at the Phinney Center (M-F, 9 am-10 pm), the Greenwood Senior Center (M-F, 9 am-4:30 pm), or a local library (Ballard, Broadview, Green Lake, or Greenwood).
Thank you to all of our local business advertisers who help keep The Review up and running! In this online version, you’ll find that their ads are clickable through to their websites. Show our local businesses some love!
In this issue:
- Fall events: Bite of PhinneyWood, Día de los Muertos Festival, PhinneyWood Art Walk, and more
- A close look at local food banks
- On stage with live theater
- Meet your Washington farmers
- Explore critical issues through the arts
- Recap of the Northwest Seattle Community Survey
- Local business news
- Greenwood Senior Center round-up
- Volunteer opportunities
- And more!
About The Review
We publish The Review newspaper four times per year. It includes articles of interest to Northwest Seattle, updates on local businesses, plus events, programs, and classes hosted by the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center. The Review is mailed to all 20,000 addresses in Phinney-Greenwood and to PNA members. It’s also emailed to 7,000 subscribers, shared on social media, posted on the PNA website, and available at the Phinney Center, the Greenwood Senior Center, and local NW Seattle libraries. Learn about advertising.