West Seattle Event Calendar

Want your West Seattle event/meeting/performance to be listed here? Please send basic info AT LEAST ONE WEEK IN ADVANCE to westseattleblog@gmail.com – thanks! Please include full details AS PLAIN TEXT IN YOUR E-MAIL, *not* in an attached doc/poster/flyer/etc. A web link for more info helps too. Thank you!

ADMIRAL THEATER SCHEDULE (updated link)

USING THE CALENDAR: Mouse over any entry to show the “plus” sign at right; click it to expand the item for more info without leaving this page; click “read more” for the FULL listing, usually including a map, plus a chance to post a comment/question.

Feb
19
Wed
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 19 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
20
Thu
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 20 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
21
Fri
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 21 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
22
Sat
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 22 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
24
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Feb 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Feb
25
Tue
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 25 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
26
Wed
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 26 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
27
Thu
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 27 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
28
Fri
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 28 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Feb
29
Sat
Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Feb 29 all-day

Warren Pope: Red Lines, Blood Lines

Art Exhibition at Vashon Center for the Arts (Vashon, WA) February 7 – 29, 2020
Meet the Artist & Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 2020 – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade. He also shows art inspired and in homage to his ancestors in Africa. With a minimalist style, Pope combines three dimensional art with basic visual elements such as lines, shapes, and color to explore redlining history.

With an international influence, a socially conscious mentality, a firm view for cultural equity and a dash of forwardness, Warren Pope has crafted an established visual art career inside and outside of the Pacific Northwest. Born in Munich, Germany of a Czech Mother and an African American Father, Warren and his two brothers were often ridiculed and beloved by their communities for their art and outward connection to social equality and justice. Like many military children, Warren was exposed to cultural difference, social customs and awkward experiences of acceptances and domestic indifference. Popes father, John Pope, served in the military and for a time was stationed at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Washington.

Popes artistic interest was first influenced by his Mother Ann Pope, when she fashioned his fascination for art while his father’s family and cultural heritage educated him on his American and African ancestry. Traveling between Harlem New York, North Carolina, Tacoma Washington, Kansas and Germany, Pope was able to absorb the vast difference between his social and ethnic experiences.

Instead of bedtime stories, Popes mother would draw illustrations with wild imaginative plots that began the foundation of his creative conceptual and artistic thinking. For Pope, this formed a formidable ability to compose his art into direct visual narratives utilizing a minimalist style of directness for various complex cultural commentaries.

Warren Pope is an alum of the Univ. of Puget Sound, and has lived in Seattle for over 30 years. His career has involved twenty years of graphic art dealership associated with the Mack Gallery and environmental design landscaping. His personal art has been privileged to be shown and supported by two major galleries in the Pacific Northwest, one being the American Art Company and the other being Gallery Mack. His show “Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines” opened at the Northwest African American Museum to rave reviews, and extended an extra month due to popular demand.

Gallery Hours : Tuesday – Friday: 11-5 pm, Saturday 12-4 pm (Closed Sunday/Monday)

Mar
2
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Mar
6
Fri
Art Opening: On the Shoulders of Women @ Vashon Center for the Arts
Mar 6 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Vashon Center for the Arts, an art gallery and performance hall on beautiful Vashon Island, is proud to be holding an event that celebrates Women’s History Month and honors the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. The exhibit is called On the Shoulders of Women.

It opens March 6 and remains up till March 28.

Within the larger event, the museum is also featuring three smaller exhibits:

Mar
9
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Mar 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Mar
14
Sat
Painted Collagraph Workshop @ The Orange Door Studio
Mar 14 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us for a two-day workshop learning how to create hand-printed collagraphs, a process where we print from cut papers. We will create printed compositions that we will enhance with water-based paints and colored pencils. This colorful and texture-rich technique is fun and easy to do anywhere. No experience necessary! (Five students maximum.)

Mar
15
Sun
Painted Collagraph Workshop @ The Orange Door Studio
Mar 15 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us for a two-day workshop learning how to create hand-printed collagraphs, a process where we print from cut papers. We will create printed compositions that we will enhance with water-based paints and colored pencils. This colorful and texture-rich technique is fun and easy to do anywhere. No experience necessary! (Five students maximum.)

Mar
16
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Mar 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Mar
23
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Mar 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Mar
30
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Apr
6
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Apr 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Apr
13
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Apr 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Apr
20
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Apr 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Apr
27
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

May
4
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
May 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

May
11
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
May 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

May
18
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
May 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

May
25
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
May 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jun
1
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jun 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jun
8
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jun 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jun
15
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jun 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jun
22
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jun 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jun
29
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jun 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jul
6
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jul 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jul
13
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jul 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jul
20
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jul 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Jul
27
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Aug
3
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Aug 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Aug
10
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Aug 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Aug
17
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Aug 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Aug
24
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Aug 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Aug
31
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Aug 31 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Sep
7
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Sep 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Sep
14
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Sep 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Sep
21
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Sep 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Sep
28
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Oct
5
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Oct
12
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Oct
19
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Oct
26
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Nov
2
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Nov 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Nov
9
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Nov 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Nov
16
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Nov 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Nov
23
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Nov 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Nov
30
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Nov 30 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Dec
7
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Dec 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Dec
14
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Dec 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Dec
21
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Dec 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.

Dec
28
Mon
Weekly Zen Sitting/Meditation @ the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ
Dec 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Puget Sound Zen hosts a weekly Monday evening sitting/meditation in the Garden Room at the Fauntleroy Church/United Church of Christ. Evenings will consist of tea, chanting and meditation.

Everyone is welcome–people from all different meditation/spiritual traditions, people who have never meditated, and people who are curious.

If you arrive 10 minutes before the service we’ll give you some brief instructions, or you can just walk in and follow along.