Neighborhood

  • I Love Seattle

    I Love Seattle

    Let’s celebrate our city together. Bring your stories and artifacts! We’ll toast to buildings and businesses that have left us, discuss new things that are coming, and write Valentines to our favorite landmarks....

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  • PNA Village Presentation and Q&A

    PNA Village Presentation and Q&A

    Have you heard about the Village Program but are still unsure if it’s right for you? Please join us for a fun and interactive Q & A to answer all of your questions about this great, well-established and growing program....

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  • PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day 2019

    PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day 2019

    Sat. 6/8: Shop, sell, salvage and swap! Score a bargain at this community-wide event. Yard sales all over PhinneyWood, plus the Phinney Flea Center Flea Market, tool sale and plant exchange....

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  • No Place for Hate: Teaching Tolerance

    No Place for Hate: Teaching Tolerance

    Wed, 5/23. An opportunity to come together and learn skills and tools to promote equality, inclusiveness, and equity in our community. Based on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance Project....

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  • PhinneyWood Art Walk : The BIG One

    PhinneyWood Art Walk : The BIG One

    Fri & Sat 5/10-11. Celebrate art in the ‘hood at the yearly BIG One, featuring art in 70-80 businesses in the Phinney-Greenwood neighborhood, plus entertainment, activities for kids, and food & drink specials....

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  • Heron Watching at Commodore Park

    Heron Watching at Commodore Park

    Take a walk through Ballard’s Commodore Park with Michael Marsh, Heron Monitor with Heron Habitat Helpers. Using telescopes, observe Great Blue Herons in several nests as they protect their territory, incubate eggs, feed hatchlings and fly in search of food. Wear comfortable shoes that can get a little muddy, if necessary. ...

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  • Citizen Science with the Woodland Park Zoo

    Citizen Science with the Woodland Park Zoo

    Katie Remine, Youth & Adult Engagement Manager from the Woodland Park Zoo, will share about several of their programs that engage community members in contributing to wildlife conservation research; including some you can even participate in by looking out your window or stepping outside the door. RSVP: 206.297.0875....

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  • Seattle Municipal Archives Talk

    Seattle Municipal Archives Talk

    The Seattle Municipal Archives is the repository for all the records of the City of Seattle created or received by City agencies and elected officials and as such is an absolute treasure trove of our civic history. Reference Archivist Jeanie Fisher will give an overview of SMA’s holdings with a focus especially on materials relating […]...

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  • Walkable Aurora Talk

    Walkable Aurora Talk

    Imagine an Aurora corridor that was livable and walkable. Retired architect Lee Bruch has a thoughtful vision of what Aurora could be and a plan to make it happen – if the city will listen. Come hear his ideas about how some small planning changes could make a big difference and how you can get […]...

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  • Do the Gumshoe with Greenwood Senior Center

    Do the Gumshoe with Greenwood Senior Center

    The Gumshoe is a fun and challenging 5K detective walk and fundraiser where you can win great prizes! We’ll meet at Ken’s and stop for lunch at the halfway mark. The intention is to complete all 3.1 miles in one outing, but people can join in or leave as they feel comfortable. $15-20 if you want your own entry, free if you just want to walk. ...

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