The BloodworkNW’s Bloodmobile will be parked at the Barton St. entrance to Westwood Village from 9 am to 3 pm (closed 11 am to 12 pm for a break).
Blood drives are open to the public. Check here to find the drive and make your appointment.
Sunday, July 21st FLiP Urban Forest Restoration Event
Have you visited the forest, lately? It’s a beautiful time in Lincoln Park and also time to protect our urban forest and remove invasive plants! See you in the park!
• Register here: https://seattle.greencitypartnerships.org/event/15157/
• Sunday July 21, 9 am to noon.
• Meet near the NORTH parking lot Kiosk (Fauntleroy Way SW & SW Rose St). If you miss us at 9am, check the kiosk map to see where we’re working or call Sharon at 206.464.1068.
• Dress in NW layers to stay warm/cool and dry. We suggest long sleeves and pants year-round to protect from scratches and a water bottle to keep hydrated. Wear closed toe, sturdy shoes or boots. Bring garden gloves and your favorite tool, if you have them. We will have extra tools and gloves to borrow.
The fabulous and fun FLiP (Friends of Lincoln Park) crew meets the first Saturday and third Sunday of each month. Temps are warming and rain never stops us, but if there are high wind warnings, it’s not safe to be in the woods and we’ll need to cancel.
More info here: friendsoflincolnpark.blogspot.com
Join us as we demonstrate how to make vegan cheese from nuts at the West Seattle Farmer’s Market.
Certified instructor, Ellie Cohan will show you how to make nut cheese in a cooking demo during the West Seattle Farmer’s Market. Free tastes of the cheese!
Library events and programs are free and everyone is welcome. Registration is not required.
Explore, create, and connect at this day camp experience for persons living with memory loss and their family and friends.
Enjoy fun activities, lunch, s’mores, and singing around the campfire.
The event is free, but participants must pre-register with Cayce at 206-615-0100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration begins August 7 at noon.
Space is limited and fills quickly.
Visit our website at www.antihatealaskajunction.wordpress.com for information about hate in Seattle and in the US.
In this session, the bystander intervention workshop leader reviews brain science–including the reality of emotional responses, their effect on brain chemistry, and the resulting triggering of our fight/flight/freeze survival responses.
Participants apply new knowledge and practice new skills by running scenarios of hate-based interactions with the goals of de-escalating the situations and supporting the target. Working as an aggressor, a target, or an intervening bystander, participants learn by doing, not by listening.
The next workshop is Sunday, September 15, 2019, from 2 to 4 pm at Admiral Congregational Church, 4320 SW Hill Street, Seattle. There will also be an opportunity to have an extra practice session on Sunday, October 6.
The workshop is FREE, but donations are accepted. To register, email email@example.com or just walk in.