ARTIST AS STORYTELLER: Haruko Crow Nishimura is the featured artist this time – be there for this online conversation at 1 pm, talking about “how art can create deep connections and awakenings through the excavation of darkness. We will explore how telling stories strives to reveal hidden beauty, confront demons, and ultimately find healing.” The link is in our calendar listing.
CITY COUNCIL: How’s the Seattle Promise program – offering “free” college at South Seattle College (WSB sponsor) and its sibling campuses – going? The City Council’s Governance and Education Committee gets a briefing during its 2 pm meeting. The agenda includes viewing information.
DEMONSTRATION: From organizer Scott:
Black Lives Matter sign-waving
Tuesday, April 13, 4 to 6 pm, corner of 16th SW and SW Holden
Thursday, April 15, 4 to 6 pm, corner of 16th SW and SW Holden
Come build awareness & stimulate actions to tear down the systems that have oppressed Black lives for over 400 years on this continent. Hold signs, meet neighbors and stand for racial justice. Scott at Puget Ridge Cohousing, endorsed by Hate-Free Delridge. Signs available.
FAUNTLEROY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: 7 pm, the annual FCA meeting, and then at 7:30 pm, you’re welcome to stay for the monthly board meeting – it’s all online, with registration info in our preview.
ADMIRAL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: Here’s the announcement from ANA president Drew Sowa:
The Admiral Neighborhood Association would like to invite residents and local businesses to carry on with the topics at our last meeting in helping promote local businesses.
Our next Virtual ANA meeting is April 13th at 7 pm (virtually).
Since our last meeting in February, I have met with as many business owners in Admiral as possible to find out what they need to stay in business so you can continue to enjoy your favorite restaurants, coffee shops, bars, boutiques, and other commerce. As many of you know, local businesses are struggling due to capacity limitations and government shutdowns. We are dedicated to helping the businesses in the Admiral Junction stay strong.
Join us at our next meeting where will will discuss in an open format how we can help our Admiral Junction stay strong, vibrant, and remain the beloved neighborhood in which we work and reside.
We welcome input from businesses and residents to hear how we can best utilize any funds raised from crowdfunding efforts. We also want to encourage businesses to get involved with our Summer Concert Series and local Art Walk as well.
Or call: 937-815-1933
PIN: 480 343 075#