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Ready Freddy Workshop
Sunday, March 1, 3-3:30 PM
West Seattle Coworking, 6040 California Ave SW
Appropriate for all age groups over 10 years of age
Cost: $8/group (family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc.) with pre-registration or $10 at the door
Our Ready Freddy Workshop makes getting prepared for emergencies fun!
Are you ready to dip your toes in the pool of information about emergency preparedness, but not ready to dive into the deep end? Join us on Sunday, March 1st, 2020 for a 30-minute presentation to learn about small steps you can take to get yourself and your home ready in case The Big One hits. There will be plenty of time and opportunity for Q & A at the end, so plan to stay longer. We’d love to visit with you!
At the Ready Freddy Workshop, Alice Kuder, founder of Just in Case, will share all kinds of useful information, including supply checklists, instruction sheets and “Help/OK” signs for you to take home.
The workshop is limited to 15 participants and costs just $8/group (bring friends, family, co-workers) if you pre-register, or $10 at the door. The presentation is appropriate for all age groups. To register, go to: http://bit.ly/3-1-20
Everyone who attends will receive a stainless steel, multi-purpose tool. All attendees qualify to win a “Go Kit” duffle bag full of emergency supplies!
Learn proactive tips and step you can take to enhance your personal safety in courses taught by female Seattle Police officers and employees.
In this class, you will learn:
- the important role your instincts and gut reactions can play
- how to identify and avoid potentially dangerous situations
- how to make a safety plan
- how to decrease the odds of becoming a victim.
This class features facilitated discussions and lectures about crime and public safety. It is not a self-defense class.
This class is open to women of all ages and is most appropriate for young women who are at least 14 years of age.
This class is not appropriate for children and children should not attend.
A free workshop from the Seattle Office of Emergency Management (registration required):
This presentation provides an overview of the hazards that can impact Seattle, and steps that individuals and families can take to become more prepared to deal with them. This includes guidance on how to develop a disaster plan, build a disaster supply kit, and organize with your neighbors to become better prepared. The presentation also provides an overview of other OEM efforts including the SNAP program, Community Emergency Hubs, and the City’s new alert and notification system, Alert Seattle.
Registration is suggested but not required. Registration helps us estimate attendance and ensure adequate space.
This event is NOT sponsored by The Seattle Public Library.
From the Fauntleroy Community Association:
The Fauntleroy Community Association is hosting its annual Food Fest and Membership Meeting on March 19th 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. This is a fun time to get together with your neighbors, eat some delicious FREE food from our local businesses, meet with representatives from organizations in our community and learn what your FCA is doing for you throughout the year.
• Renew your membership!
• Make your voice heard, come to the meeting and vote on issues that affect your community.
• Join us for a good time.
Thank you to all the local businesses and community groups that make this event possible.