West Seattle Event Calendar

*NOTE: We’ve ramped the calendar back to some level of usefulness, as more events continue being planned, both online and in-person, so let us know if you have something coming up that’s open to the public!*

Want your West Seattle event/meeting/etc. to be listed here? Please send basic info 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!

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./question.

Apr
16
Thu
HAPPENING! Free lunches for Seattle Public Schools students @ Five West Seattle/South Park schools
Apr 16 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

From this resource page:

Concord International Elementary School
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108

Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.

Denny International Middle School
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

West Seattle Elementary School
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.

West Seattle High School
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.

Apr
17
Fri
HAPPENING! Free lunches for Seattle Public Schools students @ Five West Seattle/South Park schools
Apr 17 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

From this resource page:

Concord International Elementary School
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108

Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.

Denny International Middle School
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

West Seattle Elementary School
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.

West Seattle High School
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.

Apr
20
Mon
HAPPENING! Free lunches for Seattle Public Schools students @ Five West Seattle/South Park schools
Apr 20 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

From this resource page:

Concord International Elementary School
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108

Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.

Denny International Middle School
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

West Seattle Elementary School
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.

West Seattle High School
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.

Apr
21
Tue
HAPPENING! Free lunches for Seattle Public Schools students @ Five West Seattle/South Park schools
Apr 21 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

From this resource page:

Concord International Elementary School
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108

Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.

Denny International Middle School
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

West Seattle Elementary School
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.

West Seattle High School
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.

Chief Sealth International High School PTSA meeting @ Confucius Center
Apr 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

See chiefsealthptsa.org for updates. This year’s schedule, all meetings 7 pm:

Nov. 19th, Confucius Ctr subject tbd

Dec. 17th, Winter Social, details to come

Jan. 21st Confucius Ctr, Subject tbd, if needed

March 17th, Possible move to Wed. 18th due to St. Patrick’s Day

April 21st, Confucius Ctr, Subject TBD

May 19th, Confucius Ctr, Next Yrs Budget and officers discussion

June 9th, Confucius Ctr, Elections and Budget Approval (moved up for end of school year conflicts)

Apr
22
Wed
HAPPENING! Free lunches for Seattle Public Schools students @ Five West Seattle/South Park schools
Apr 22 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

From this resource page:

Concord International Elementary School
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108

Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.

Denny International Middle School
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

West Seattle Elementary School
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.

West Seattle High School
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.

Apr
23
Thu
HAPPENING! Free lunches for Seattle Public Schools students @ Five West Seattle/South Park schools
Apr 23 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

From this resource page:

Concord International Elementary School
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108

Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.

Denny International Middle School
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

West Seattle Elementary School
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.

West Seattle High School
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.

Apr
24
Fri
HAPPENING! Free lunches for Seattle Public Schools students @ Five West Seattle/South Park schools
Apr 24 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

From this resource page:

Concord International Elementary School
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108

Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.

Denny International Middle School
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.

West Seattle Elementary School
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126

Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.

West Seattle High School
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.

Apr
25
Sat
Gatewood Elementary Spring Work Party
Apr 25 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Gatewood Elementary School PTA is hosting a spring outdoor work party and indoor painting party on Saturday, April 25th. Mark your calendar to help with a range of projects to spruce up our beautiful school. We’ll be weeding, planting, and spreading mulch outside. We’ll also do some indoor painting in the vestibule between the cafeteria and playground.

This is a great opportunity to help out another school community and to earn community service hours.Sign up for a specific job on SignUp Genius. It’s okay to also just show up. Adults are welcome to join in the work party too!

Gatewood Spring Work Party
4320 SW Myrtle St
Saturday, April 25th
10 AM to 1 PM

Further questions?
Contact: Linnea @lkwesterlind@yahoo.com

May
1
Fri
Lights: A ‘Zine Launch @ Paper Boat Booksellers
May 1 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Pleasure Boat Studios, a West Seattle nonprofit literary press, invites you to celebrate the launch of a new ‘zine–Lights.

The event will feature a short story reading by local writer John Christopher Nelson as well as complimentary wine and nonalcoholic fizzies.

Pleasure Boat Studios is also the publisher of Sugar Mountain, a novel by Alfred Alcorn. Sugar Mountain is the story of a pandemic that started in China.

May
19
Tue
Chief Sealth International High School PTSA meeting @ Confucius Center
May 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

See chiefsealthptsa.org for updates. This year’s schedule, all meetings 7 pm:

Nov. 19th, Confucius Ctr subject tbd

Dec. 17th, Winter Social, details to come

Jan. 21st Confucius Ctr, Subject tbd, if needed

March 17th, Possible move to Wed. 18th due to St. Patrick’s Day

April 21st, Confucius Ctr, Subject TBD

May 19th, Confucius Ctr, Next Yrs Budget and officers discussion

June 9th, Confucius Ctr, Elections and Budget Approval (moved up for end of school year conflicts)

Jun
9
Tue
Chief Sealth International High School PTSA meeting @ Confucius Center
Jun 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

See chiefsealthptsa.org for updates. This year’s schedule, all meetings 7 pm:

Nov. 19th, Confucius Ctr subject tbd

Dec. 17th, Winter Social, details to come

Jan. 21st Confucius Ctr, Subject tbd, if needed

March 17th, Possible move to Wed. 18th due to St. Patrick’s Day

April 21st, Confucius Ctr, Subject TBD

May 19th, Confucius Ctr, Next Yrs Budget and officers discussion

June 9th, Confucius Ctr, Elections and Budget Approval (moved up for end of school year conflicts)

Oct
10
Sat
West Seattle Timebank Strategic Planning Event @ Online
Oct 10 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Come to The West Seattle Timebank Strategic Planning Event

Would you like to learn how a non-profit organization develops a strategic plan? The West Seattle Timebank is holding a retreat with their board and members to develop a 3-year strategic plan. You’re invited to attend and learn the basics of strategic planning.
The retreat will be held in three 2-hour virtual sessions:
Sat. Oct. 10th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sat. Oct. 24th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sat. Nov. 7th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

Please register (ASAP). To register, contact: westseattletimebank@gmail.com.
We’ll email you the zoom links and a reminder the week of each session.

Learn more about Timebanking at: www.westseattle.timebanks.org

Oct
14
Wed
An Evening With Khu.Éex’ @ Online (see listing)
Oct 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Members of Khu.éex’, a funk/rock band founded by internationally known glass artist Preston Singletary, will share their music and some stories behind their most recent album Héen.

Registration required. Please click here to register.

This event is presented as part of Seattle Reads 2020 and is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation and Seattle City of Literature. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Performers include Preston Singletary, Captain Raab, Edward Littlefield, Swil Kanim, Nahaan, Gene Tagaban and Sondra Segundo.

Khu.éex’ (pronounced koo-eex) translates to “Potlatch” in the Tlingit language, a Native group from Southeast Alaska. Singletary thought of the name Khu.éex’ because of the notion of sharing culture, stories, and music. This is the intent of Khu.éex’, to present a contemporary interpretation of our culture to empower others.

The recording of Khu.éex’s newest album, “Héen” (water in the Tlingit language), coincided with critical events and issues affecting Indian Country (and the earth as a whole) including the construction of Dakota Access Pipeline and the endangerment of clean water in our communities. These events were on the group’s mind during these sessions, which resulted in water being a conceptual connecting thread throughout the material.

Oct
17
Sat
Explorer West Middle School remote previews @ Online
Oct 17 @ 10:00 am

October 17, 10 AM
December 8, 6:30 PM

Explorer West Middle School serves grades 6-8 in West Seattle. We invite you to explore our small and supportive community – virtually! Topics covered include:

Our programs, including core, co-curricular, and afterschool offerings
Our current hybrid schedule
Outdoor classrooms
Life in our community

We will be on hand to answer questions and discuss admissions. Please contact Dawn with any questions at (206) 935-0495 or dawnf@explorer-west.org.

To register and get participation information – go here

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Oct
20
Tue
Jill And Sasha La Pointe Discuss Vi Hilbert’s “Haboo” @ Online (see listing)
Oct 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The La Pointes will discuss the newly rereleased edition of Vi Hilbert’s Haboo, a collection of thirty-three stories and legends of the Lushootseed-speaking people of Puget Sound.

Registration required. Please click here to register.

The La Pointes will discuss the newly rereleased edition of Vi Hilbert’s Haboo, a collection of thirty-three stories and legends of the Lushootseed-speaking people of Puget Sound.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

The stories and legends of the Lushootseed-speaking people of Puget Sound represent an important part of the oral tradition by which one generation hands down beliefs, values, and customs to another. Vi Hilbert grew up when many of the old social patterns survived and everyone spoke the ancestral language.

Haboo, Hilbert’s collection of thirty-three stories, features tales mostly set in the Myth Age, before the world transformed. Animals, plants, trees, and even rocks had human attributes. Prominent characters like Wolf, Salmon, and Changer and tricksters like Mink, Raven, and Coyote populate humorous, earthy stories that reflect foibles of human nature, convey serious moral instruction, and comically detail the unfortunate, even disastrous consequences of breaking taboos.

Beautifully redesigned and with a new foreword by Jill La Pointe, Haboo offers a vivid and invaluable resource for linguists, anthropologists, folklorists, future generations of Lushootseed-speaking people, and others interested in Native languages and cultures.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Jill tsisquał La Pointe is director of Lushootseed Research and granddaughter of Vi taqšəblu Hilbert.

Sasha taqwšəblu LaPointe is a Coast Salish author from the Nooksack and Upper Skagit tribes. She received her MFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts with a focus on creative nonfiction and poetry. She is the great granddaughter of Vi taqwšəblu Hilbert and her namesake. Her memoir, Red Paint is forthcoming from Counterpoint Press.

Upper Skagit tribal elder Vi taqšəblu Hilbert (1918–2008) received a National Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment of the Arts in 1994, taught language classes at the University of Washington, and cowrote the Lushootseed Dictionary.

PRAISE:

“Engaging, entertaining, and informative. . . Recommended.”―Choice

“Hilbert writes interestingly and informatively about the storytellers and the culture that produced the tales. . . . This carefully edited collection makes a significant contribution.”―Journal of the West

View in Catalog: Haboo

The event is presented in partnership with Elliott Bay Book Company. This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation, author series sponsors the Gary and Connie Kunis Foundation, and Seattle City of Literature. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times.

Oct
24
Sat
West Seattle Timebank Strategic Planning Event @ Online
Oct 24 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Come to The West Seattle Timebank Strategic Planning Event

Would you like to learn how a non-profit organization develops a strategic plan? The West Seattle Timebank is holding a retreat with their board and members to develop a 3-year strategic plan. You’re invited to attend and learn the basics of strategic planning.
The retreat will be held in three 2-hour virtual sessions:
Sat. Oct. 10th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sat. Oct. 24th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sat. Nov. 7th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

Please register (ASAP). To register, contact: westseattletimebank@gmail.com.
We’ll email you the zoom links and a reminder the week of each session.

Learn more about Timebanking at: www.westseattle.timebanks.org

Oct
27
Tue
Keith And Chenoa Egawa Discuss “The Whale Child” @ Online (see listing)
Oct 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

This brother and sister writing team share the story of Shiny, a whale child that becomes a boy to help humans understand the harm facing the world’s oceans.

Registration required. Please click here to register.

The Whale Child introduces children ages 7 to 12 to existing environmental issues with a message of hope, education, sharing, and action.

This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation, author series sponsors the Gary and Connie Kunis Foundation, and Seattle City of Literature. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Shiny is a whale child. One day his mother teaches him about the harm facing the world’s oceans because of human carelessness. Shiny agrees to be turned into a boy by the ocean’s water spirit so he can visit the land and alert people to these dangers. He meets Alex, a young Coast Salish girl who learns from Shiny that the living spirit of water exists in everything–glaciers, rivers, oceans, rain, plants, and all living creatures. Together the two travel the earth, confronting the realities of a planet threatened by an uncertain future. Inspired by Shiny’s hope, humor, and wisdom, Alex makes the promise to become a teacher for future generations. She realizes that the timeless Indigenous value of environmental stewardship is needed now more than ever and that we must all stand up on behalf of Mother Earth.

Written and illustrated by Indigenous authors Keith Egawa and Chenoa Egawa, The Whale Child introduces children ages 7 to 12 to existing environmental issues with a message of hope, education, sharing, and action. Also included are resources for students and teachers to facilitate learning about Pacific Northwest Indigenous cultures and the environment.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

KEITH and CHENOA EGAWA are siblings who co-wrote and illustrated The Whale Child (2020) and Tani’s Search for the Heart (2013). They are both enrolled members of the Lummi Indian Nation.

KEITH EGAWA is a graduate of the University of Washington’s Creative Writing program and author of the novel Madchild Running (Red Crane Books Inc. 1999). Keith’s extensive work experience in the fields of Children and Family Services and Indian Education Reform has provided him with both inspiration and insight into this subject matter. Keith has been awarded several artists grants, including the ARTs Up grant through the Seattle Arts Commission, which was used to conduct a series of writing workshops for Native youth in the Seattle area.

CHENOA EGAWA is the owner of Swan Clan Productions. She is a traditional Native singer, storyteller, ceremonial leader, and medicine carrier. Chenoa has served as a Lummi delegate and an interpreter in Central and South America and for the UN. She has also served as Indian Education liaison in public and tribal schools, promoting racial equity through art and education.

PRAISE:

“Vivid illustrations juxtapose the beauty and scale of the natural world that the children explore. . . . This necessary read decolonizes the Western construction of climate change.”

—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“For the Coast Salish people, the nonhuman living world is not filled with resources to be abused and extracted—rather, these are our relatives that carry our original instructions. . . . Promoting these concepts and the necessary fusion of Indigenous ecological perspectives with western understandings is the fully realized mantra narrated for us in this marvelous story. The critical insights of our responsibilities and the truth of reciprocity—particularly with water, the first medicine—are woven into each page. Through playful adventure, the essence of ancient instructions emerges in the context of a modern world.”

—Valerie Segrest, Muckleshoot, author, Native food systems strategist and wild medicine expert

“A treasure of a book—educational, inspirational, and beautiful!”

—Keely Parrack, author of Morning, Sunshine!

Accommodations: We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities at Library events. Please contact leap@spl.org at least seven days before the event to request accommodations.

Nov
7
Sat
West Seattle Timebank Strategic Planning Event @ Online
Nov 7 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Come to The West Seattle Timebank Strategic Planning Event

Would you like to learn how a non-profit organization develops a strategic plan? The West Seattle Timebank is holding a retreat with their board and members to develop a 3-year strategic plan. You’re invited to attend and learn the basics of strategic planning.
The retreat will be held in three 2-hour virtual sessions:
Sat. Oct. 10th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sat. Oct. 24th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sat. Nov. 7th – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

Please register (ASAP). To register, contact: westseattletimebank@gmail.com.
We’ll email you the zoom links and a reminder the week of each session.

Learn more about Timebanking at: www.westseattle.timebanks.org

Nov
9
Mon
Greater West Seattle Middle School Virtual Information Night @ Online
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm

Greater West Seattle Virtual Middle School Information Night – November 9, 2020 at 6 pm
Have questions about what to expect in middle school, or how to select the right school for your student? Wondering what options are available in or near West Seattle? We invite you to join a virtual session which includes schools representing public, private, charter, and independent schools. A general information session will begin the call and then participants will be able to attend a question and answer session with individual schools through the school’s Zoom link. Registration is required to attend this event.

To attend this event register through this link: https://jkokkonis.typeform.com/to/OSYgxGck

Zoom links will be emailed to registered participants the day of the event. Check out our Facebook page for updates.

Schools participating in the event:
Explorer West
Harbor School
Holy Family
Holy Rosary
Hope Lutheran School
Madison Middle School
McMurray Middle School
Our Lady of Guadalupe
St. Francis
Summit Atlas
Westside School

Questions? Email Ted Holmes at tedh@westsideschool.org or Sally Heit, at sheit@hopeseattle.org

Nov
10
Tue
Westside School Lower School Information Night @ Online
Nov 10 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Westside School Lower School Virtual Information Event (preschool through 4th grade)

Imaginations Invited!

Learn more about Westside School.
Tuesday, 11/10 from 5-6:30.
Contact Tedh@westsideschool.org and he will get you the link to this event.

Nov
12
Thu
Madison Middle School addition community meeting @ Online
Nov 12 @ 6:00 pm

Find out more about the planned addition. Meeting link is here.

West Seattle Elementary School addition community meeting @ Online
Nov 12 @ 6:00 pm
Nov
17
Tue
Hope Lutheran School informational events @ Online
Nov 17 @ 6:00 pm

Virtual All-School Open House – November 17, 2020, 6 pm via Zoom
We invite you to our All-School Open House on Zoom, hosted by Admissions Director, Sally Heit. It’s never too early to think about learning opportunities for your student(s) for the coming Fall. Meet the administrative staff, teachers from preschool, elementary and middle school, and hear about how Hope School is conducting in-person and remote learning in this uncertain time of Covid19. To attend the event, register through this link: https://forms.gle/1coHMjAJCEh1gowF6 The Zoom link will be emailed to registered families the day of the event. Questions, email admissions@hopeseattle.org or visit our Apply page on our website.

Kindergarten Information Night – December 1, 2020 6:00 p.m. Via Zoom
Kindergarten is a big milestone for your child, and there are many educational options to choose from. We want to help you with that decision by giving you information regarding kindergarten readiness and what to expect that first year. Join us December 1 to learn more about how ready your child is for kindergarten and what kindergarten looks like at Hope School. To attend this virtual event, please register using this link: https://forms.gle/mmRdnsvH3rhjt5A86. The Zoom meeting link will be emailed to participants the day of the event. Questions? Please call the school office at 935-8500 or email admissions@hopeseattle.org for more information.

Preschool Open House – Tuesday, January 12, 2021 6:00 p.m. via Zoom
Make sure to add the Preschool Open House to the calendar. Most preschools begin to register students for the coming fall at this time, so it is never too early to do your research. Although your student(s) won’t be able to explore the classroom, our teachers will be on hand to answer questions and talk about our play-based approach to learning and building a strong foundation for your little one to grow from. To register to attend this event, click this link: https://forms.gle/5Uw6ygCK3uPVKPto9 Questions? Please call the school office at 935-8500 or email admissions@hopeseattle.org for more information.

Nov
18
Wed
Westside School Middle School Information Night @ Online
Nov 18 @ 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm

Westside School Middle School Virtual Information Event

Imaginations Invited!

Learn more about Westside School.
Tuesday, 11/18 from 5-6:15
Contact Tedh@westsideschool.org and he will get you the link to this event.

Dec
1
Tue
Hope Lutheran School informational events @ Online
Dec 1 @ 6:00 pm

Virtual All-School Open House – November 17, 2020, 6 pm via Zoom
We invite you to our All-School Open House on Zoom, hosted by Admissions Director, Sally Heit. It’s never too early to think about learning opportunities for your student(s) for the coming Fall. Meet the administrative staff, teachers from preschool, elementary and middle school, and hear about how Hope School is conducting in-person and remote learning in this uncertain time of Covid19. To attend the event, register through this link: https://forms.gle/1coHMjAJCEh1gowF6 The Zoom link will be emailed to registered families the day of the event. Questions, email admissions@hopeseattle.org or visit our Apply page on our website.

Kindergarten Information Night – December 1, 2020 6:00 p.m. Via Zoom
Kindergarten is a big milestone for your child, and there are many educational options to choose from. We want to help you with that decision by giving you information regarding kindergarten readiness and what to expect that first year. Join us December 1 to learn more about how ready your child is for kindergarten and what kindergarten looks like at Hope School. To attend this virtual event, please register using this link: https://forms.gle/mmRdnsvH3rhjt5A86. The Zoom meeting link will be emailed to participants the day of the event. Questions? Please call the school office at 935-8500 or email admissions@hopeseattle.org for more information.

Preschool Open House – Tuesday, January 12, 2021 6:00 p.m. via Zoom
Make sure to add the Preschool Open House to the calendar. Most preschools begin to register students for the coming fall at this time, so it is never too early to do your research. Although your student(s) won’t be able to explore the classroom, our teachers will be on hand to answer questions and talk about our play-based approach to learning and building a strong foundation for your little one to grow from. To register to attend this event, click this link: https://forms.gle/5Uw6ygCK3uPVKPto9 Questions? Please call the school office at 935-8500 or email admissions@hopeseattle.org for more information.

Dec
5
Sat
The Bridge School Cooperative Elementary Virtual Open House and Live Q&A Event @ Online
Dec 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Bridge School Cooperative Elementary Virtual Open House and Live Q&A Event

Description: Please join us for our December Informational Open House and Live Q&A event on December 5th 1-2 pm. Get started here: https://form.jotform.com/82055471508153

Date: 12/05/2020 (Sat.)
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm PST
Location: The Bridge School via Zoom

Dec
8
Tue
Westside School Middle School Virtual Information Event @ Online
Dec 8 @ 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm

Westside School Middle School Virtual Information Event
Imaginations Invited! Learn more about Westside School.

Tuesday, 12/8 from 5-6:15
Contact Tedh@westsideschool.org and he will get you the link to this event.

Explorer West Middle School remote previews @ Online
Dec 8 @ 6:30 pm

October 17, 10 AM
December 8, 6:30 PM

Explorer West Middle School serves grades 6-8 in West Seattle. We invite you to explore our small and supportive community – virtually! Topics covered include:

Our programs, including core, co-curricular, and afterschool offerings
Our current hybrid schedule
Outdoor classrooms
Life in our community

We will be on hand to answer questions and discuss admissions. Please contact Dawn with any questions at (206) 935-0495 or dawnf@explorer-west.org.

To register and get participation information – go here

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Jan
10
Sun
Arbor Heights Elementary Virtual School Tours @ Online
Jan 10 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

We’re hosting two virtual school tours in February for families with children entering PreK-5 in September 2021.

Take a video tour of our school
See and hear from teachers and staff
Meet our principal team
Q&A
RSVP and you’ll receive an email with the link to join the tour. RSVP for Feb. 1 or RSVP for Feb. 10.

Jan
12
Tue
Hope Lutheran School informational events @ Online
Jan 12 @ 6:00 pm

Virtual All-School Open House – November 17, 2020, 6 pm via Zoom
We invite you to our All-School Open House on Zoom, hosted by Admissions Director, Sally Heit. It’s never too early to think about learning opportunities for your student(s) for the coming Fall. Meet the administrative staff, teachers from preschool, elementary and middle school, and hear about how Hope School is conducting in-person and remote learning in this uncertain time of Covid19. To attend the event, register through this link: https://forms.gle/1coHMjAJCEh1gowF6 The Zoom link will be emailed to registered families the day of the event. Questions, email admissions@hopeseattle.org or visit our Apply page on our website.

Kindergarten Information Night – December 1, 2020 6:00 p.m. Via Zoom
Kindergarten is a big milestone for your child, and there are many educational options to choose from. We want to help you with that decision by giving you information regarding kindergarten readiness and what to expect that first year. Join us December 1 to learn more about how ready your child is for kindergarten and what kindergarten looks like at Hope School. To attend this virtual event, please register using this link: https://forms.gle/mmRdnsvH3rhjt5A86. The Zoom meeting link will be emailed to participants the day of the event. Questions? Please call the school office at 935-8500 or email admissions@hopeseattle.org for more information.

Preschool Open House – Tuesday, January 12, 2021 6:00 p.m. via Zoom
Make sure to add the Preschool Open House to the calendar. Most preschools begin to register students for the coming fall at this time, so it is never too early to do your research. Although your student(s) won’t be able to explore the classroom, our teachers will be on hand to answer questions and talk about our play-based approach to learning and building a strong foundation for your little one to grow from. To register to attend this event, click this link: https://forms.gle/5Uw6ygCK3uPVKPto9 Questions? Please call the school office at 935-8500 or email admissions@hopeseattle.org for more information.

Westside School Lower School Virtual Information Event @ Onlline
Jan 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm

Westside School Lower School Virtual Information Event
Imaginations Invited! Learn more about Westside School.

Tuesday, 1/12 from 6 -7:15.
Contact Tedh@westsideschool.org and he will get you the link to this event.

Jan
13
Wed
Dream Dinners’ Denny International MS fundraiser @ Dream Dinners-West Seattle
Jan 13 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Help Denny International Middle School reach their fundraising goals by signing up to purchase meals from Dream Dinners. It’s easy! just click the links below and it takes you to the menu to select your 3 meals for $50. Dream Dinners will donate $10 per order back to Denny Int’l Middle School.

BE SURE TO GIVE US 36 HOURS to get your meals prepared. Please order soon before pick-up dates fill up.

Wednesday, January 13th Pick-up at 6:30 pm-7:30 pm – dreamdinners.com/session/867780

Thursday, January 21st Pick-up at 6:30 pm-7:30 pm – dreamdinners.com/session/867778

One more pickup time’s been added – Wednesday, January 27th, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm – order via this link.

Jan
21
Thu
Dream Dinners’ Denny International MS fundraiser @ Dream Dinners-West Seattle
Jan 21 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Help Denny International Middle School reach their fundraising goals by signing up to purchase meals from Dream Dinners. It’s easy! just click the links below and it takes you to the menu to select your 3 meals for $50. Dream Dinners will donate $10 per order back to Denny Int’l Middle School.

BE SURE TO GIVE US 36 HOURS to get your meals prepared. Please order soon before pick-up dates fill up.

Wednesday, January 13th Pick-up at 6:30 pm-7:30 pm – dreamdinners.com/session/867780

Thursday, January 21st Pick-up at 6:30 pm-7:30 pm – dreamdinners.com/session/867778

One more pickup time’s been added – Wednesday, January 27th, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm – order via this link.

Jan
27
Wed
Dream Dinners’ Denny International MS fundraiser @ Dream Dinners-West Seattle
Jan 27 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Help Denny International Middle School reach their fundraising goals by signing up to purchase meals from Dream Dinners. It’s easy! just click the links below and it takes you to the menu to select your 3 meals for $50. Dream Dinners will donate $10 per order back to Denny Int’l Middle School.

BE SURE TO GIVE US 36 HOURS to get your meals prepared. Please order soon before pick-up dates fill up.

Wednesday, January 13th Pick-up at 6:30 pm-7:30 pm – dreamdinners.com/session/867780

Thursday, January 21st Pick-up at 6:30 pm-7:30 pm – dreamdinners.com/session/867778

One more pickup time’s been added – Wednesday, January 27th, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm – order via this link.

Jan
31
Sun
Holy Rosary Catholic School virtual open house @ Online
Jan 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Please join us virtually for our Open House, Sunday, January 31st from 12 pm-1:30 pm open to families interested in Preschool – 8th grade! Meet our teachers, ask questions about applying, find out more about our program. We look forward to meeting you!

Register here: https://holyrosaryws.org/openhouse/

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic School virtual open house @ Online
Jan 31 @ 1:00 pm

OLG offers PreK through 8th grade education. Tour the school virtually – find the Zoom link on open house day via this page, where you will find more info right now.

Holy Family Bilingual Catholic School Virtual Open House @ Online
Jan 31 @ 2:00 pm

Holy Family Bilingual Catholic School Virtual Open House
Sunday, January 31st at 2:00 pm

This will be a virtual event, join us to meet the teachers, and learn more about our Bilingual program during our Q & A session with our principal.

Please register here to get an access link before the event. https://forms.gle/FnbvuMVLgoVDkpVq9

Feb
1
Mon
Arbor Heights Elementary Virtual School Tours @ Online
Feb 1 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

We’re hosting two virtual school tours in February for families with children entering PreK-5 in September 2021.

Take a video tour of our school
See and hear from teachers and staff
Meet our principal team
Q&A
RSVP and you’ll receive an email with the link to join the tour. RSVP for Feb. 1 or RSVP for Feb. 10.

Feb
3
Wed
February 3rd school tours @ Online
Feb 3 all-day

From our previous announcements:

This week, we’ve been announcing upcoming school tours/open houses – all online events – as we hear about them. Tonight, we have more:

PATHFINDER K-8:

K-5 Tour – Wednesday, Feb. 3rd 5:30-7:00 pm:
Click here to join
Or call in (audio only) – 206-800-4125 (Phone Conference ID: 988 639 515)

WESTSIDE SCHOOL (WSB sponsor): “Limited availability in some grades (PS-8th grade) and still accepting applications for the 2021.2022 school year. Via our virtual tour, you’ll learn about our unique program and get a peek at our spaces. In addition to your virtual tour, you’ll get an opportunity to speak with our Director of Admission, Ted Holmes.” Email him – tedh@westsideschool.org – or call 206-932-2511 to sign up for a tour.

Kindergarten – Wednesday, February 3, 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Feb
4
Thu
More virtual school tours (see listing for times)
Feb 4 all-day

From our previously published previews:

PATHFINDER K-8:

Middle School Tour – Thursday, Feb. 4 – 5:30-7:00 pm
Click here to join
Or call in (audio only) 206-800-4125 (Phone Conference ID: 906 152 910)

WESTSIDE SCHOOL (WSB sponsor): “Limited availability in some grades (PS-8th grade) and still accepting applications for the 2021.2022 school year. Via our virtual tour, you’ll learn about our unique program and get a peek at our spaces. In addition to your virtual tour, you’ll get an opportunity to speak with our Director of Admission, Ted Holmes.” Email him – tedh@westsideschool.org – or call 206-932-2511 to sign up for a tour. Coming up:

Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten – Thursday, February 4, 10:00 – 11:00 am

LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY:

Thursday, February 4 @ 5:30 pm
Click here to join
Or call in (audio only) 206-800-4125 (Phone Conference ID: 405 850 553)

ROXHILL ELEMENTARY: Kindergarten tour at 5:30 pm; click here or call 206-800-4125 (Meeting ID: 652144902#).

DENNY INTERNATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL: 7 pm open house. Find the link, and more information, on this Denny webpage.

Any others? westseattleblog@gmail.com – thank you!

Feb
6
Sat
Cleveland High School online tour @ Online
Feb 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Cleveland is an option school for 9-12th graders, and we always get students from West Seattle.

We will host a virtual event at Cleveland on Saturday Feb 6th from 11:00 am- 12:30 pm.

More information here.

https://clevelandhs.seattleschools.org/services/counseling/prospective_students

Feb
9
Tue
Alki Elementary virtual tour @ online
Feb 9 @ 6:30 pm

(added) ALKI ELEMENTARY: Open House/Kindergarten Tour for all families interested in attending Alki Elementary in the Fall of 2021. 6:30 pm Tuesday, February 9th. Attendance info is here.

Feb
11
Thu
Chief Sealth IHS open house @ Online
Feb 11 @ 7:00 pm

Online open house for prospective new students and families. Check this link for the time/attendance info – 7 pm start. “Come learn about our fabulous programs, see a video tour of our campus and get your questions answered.”

Feb
13
Sat
Community meeting: Cut buses for option schools? @ online
Feb 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join School Board Directors Leslie Harris and Lisa Rivera-Smith for an Option School Transportation Community Meeting, Saturday, Feb. 13, 3:00-4:00 pm on Zoom!

Come be part of the conversation around budgeting, busing and what it could mean for your Option School students.

(Registration requests are manually approved, so please register at least 15 minutes before the meeting starts, to allow time for your request to be approved. When approved, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the meeting. We are not able to approve registrations received less than 15 minutes before a meeting begins).

Here’s the registration link.

Feb
25
Thu
Fundraiser for Alki Cooperative Preschool @ MOD Pizza
Feb 25 @ 10:30 am – 10:00 pm

On February 25th, MOD Pizza at 4755 Fauntleroy Way SW will donate a share of proceeds to nonprofit Alki Cooperative Preschool. This is important: “Please use our code (GR176595A) or mention Alki Co-op Preschool in store. NO THIRD-PARTY OR PHONE ORDERS PLEASE!” You can order via the website, though.

Feb
28
Sun
Fundraiser for Louisa Boren STEM K-8 PTA @ MOD Pizza
Feb 28 @ 10:30 am – 10:00 pm

The STEM K-8 PTA has a fundraiser February 28th at the MOD Pizza at Westwood Village (2600 SW Barton). The code will be GR179557L – or mention the school – and again, you can order in-store or online, for pickup or delivery, directly from MOD.

Mar
2
Tue
Lafayette Elementary book fair @ Paper Boat Booksellers
Mar 2 – Mar 7 all-day

Please consider supporting a local bookstore and the students of Lafayette Elementary School by shopping at Paper Boat Booksellers from 3/2/2021-3/7/2021! Mention Lafayette at checkout and Lafayette PTA will earn 20% of sales. Funds raised will go towards the purchase of new library books.

Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-6 pm
Sunday 11 am-5 pm

* 8 CUSTOMERS ALLOWED IN THE STORE AT A TIME * 30 MINUTE LIMIT * PLEASE WEAR A FACE MASK * SANITIZE HANDS BEFORE SHOPPING * 6 FT. APART AT ALL TIMES *

To place an order, please call: 206-743-8283, email: bookorders@paperboatbooksellers.com or visit them inside the shop!

https://www.paperboatbooksellers.com

Mar
11
Thu
Fundraiser for Lincoln Park Cooperative Preschool @ Proleteriat Pizza
Mar 11 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Lincoln Park COOP Preschool has a pizza fundraiser on March 11th at Proletariat Pizza in White Center.

Please mention Coop at Proletariat Pizza on March 11th anytime from 4-9 pm.

Click here to order
CALL FOR DELIVERY 206-432-9765

PROLETARIAT PIZZA
9622 16TH AVE SW

LPCP will receive a portion of the proceeds from March 11th sales. Please remember to mention COOP when placing your order. We are working to meet our fundraising goal for this year, please help support us!

Mar
21
Sun
Jourdan Imani Keith Presents “Womxn & Whales First, Poetry In A Climate Of Change” @ Online (see listing)
Mar 21 @ 4:00 pm – 5:10 pm

Join Seattle Civic Poet Jourdan Imani Keith and six other poets who will read work that shows how protecting endangered womxn will protect endangered whales. Registration required. Click here to register.

Celebrate World Poetry Day with seven Black, Indigenous, Womxn of Color reading original poetry that explores the intersectionality of womxn’s health, healing, and the endangered Orca whales of the Salish Sea. Seattle Civic Poet Jourdan Imani Keith says, “As Black Indigenous Womxn of Color in Seattle, we share the urban wilderness of the Salish Sea with the endangered Killer Whales. Our bodies face the same cumulative risks of environmental toxins and the harms of objectification, yet we both survive and are revived by the cumulative benefits of matrilineal wisdom, tradition and community. Our brilliance and wellness is entwined with the need for healthy and protected social and natural ecosystems.”

Join Keith, along with 6 other local poets, who will perform original pantoums developed through workshops facilitated by Keith over the last few months as part of her larger project, Womxn & Whales First, Poetry in a Climate of Change. After the reading, Keith and the other poets will hold a conversation with the digital audience.

The event is presented in partnership with The Seattle Public Library Foundation, the Office of Arts & Culture, and Seattle City of Literature. This event is supported by the Gary and Connie Kunis Foundation. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times.

We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities at Library events. Please contact leap@spl.org at least seven days before the event to request accommodations. Captions are available for all recorded Library programs.

Apr
19
Mon
Discover Seattle Colleges: Arts, Design, and Graphics @ online
Apr 19 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Discover Seattle Colleges: Arts, Design, and Graphics
Date: Monday, April 19, 2021
Time: 3 p.m. -5 p.m.
Website: seattlecolleges.edu/discover

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Arts, Design, and Graphics at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

Apr
20
Tue
Virtual event – Discover Seattle Colleges: Business and Accounting @ Online (see listing)
Apr 20 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Business and Accounting at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/areas-study/discover-seattle-colleges

Apr
21
Wed
Virtual event – Discover Seattle Colleges: Culinary, Hospitality, and Wine @ Online (see listing)
Apr 21 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Culinary, Hospitality, and Wine at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/areas-study/discover-seattle-colleges

Apr
22
Thu
Virtual event – Discover Seattle Colleges: Education and Human Services @ Online (see listing)
Apr 22 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Education and Human Services at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/areas-study/discover-seattle-colleges

Apr
26
Mon
Virtual event – Discover Seattle Colleges: Health and Medical @ Online (see listing)
Apr 26 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Health and Medical at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/areas-study/discover-seattle-colleges

Apr
27
Tue
Virtual event – Discover Seattle Colleges: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math @ Online (see listing)
Apr 27 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/areas-study/discover-seattle-colleges

Westside School Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Information Event @ online
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm

Westside School Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Information Event
Imaginations Invited! Learn more about Westside Preschool.
Tuesday, April 27th from 6 p.n. – 6:15 p.m.
Contact Tedh@westsideschool.org and he will get you a link to this event.

Apr
28
Wed
Virtual event – Discover Seattle Colleges: Skilled Trades and Technical Training @ Online (see listing)
Apr 28 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Skilled Trades and Technical Training at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/areas-study/discover-seattle-colleges

Apr
29
Thu
Virtual event – Discover Seattle Colleges: Social Sciences, Humanities, and Language @ Online (see listing)
Apr 29 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you ready to start working toward your college degree, but are still determining the career path you want to take? Get inspired about your possibilities at Seattle Colleges. Learn more about career pathways and college transfer opportunities in Social Sciences, Humanities, and Language at our upcoming virtual explore session.

Hear from instructors and learn more about what you can expect and what kind of career opportunities you’ll be prepared for. Each event offers two half-hour breakout program sessions. Choose the programs that most interest you and learn more about each education and career pathway.

https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/areas-study/discover-seattle-colleges

Virtual Panel: Women Thriving in the Built Environment @ Online (see listing)
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us for our “Women Thriving in the Built Environment” virtual panel on Thursday, April 29 from 6 – 7:30 p.m., sponsored by South Seattle College’s Sustainable Building Science Technology Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree program. Our virtual panel of thought leaders will kick off an empowering and engaging conversation about the importance of gender equity in the built environment, from building operations to design and construction. What takeaways can you apply within your own workplace?

Please RSVP (required to attend): https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LzwHqT7lRZW6WVkvNCr9_Q

We’ll be discussing the following questions during our panel:
How can women contribute to the sustainability aspect of the built environment?
What can we all be doing going forward to support women in this field?
Why is gender equity important?
How do we build a more equitable future?

Meet our panelists and student moderator:
Courtney Blodgett, Director of Market Strategy, McKinstry
Soph Davenberry, Chief Technology Officer, NEMIC
Vicky Hardy, RCFM, Adjunct Faculty & Consultant, South Seattle College Sustainable Building Science Technology BAS Program
Mara Palmer, Certified Sustainable Building Science Technology professional
Sandy Sechang, Just Sales Manager, International Living Future Institute
Treasa Sweek, Principal, Sweek Consulting Engineers
Sheila Roe, Sustainable Building Science Technology student, Event Moderator

About the Sustainable Building Science Technology Program

The Sustainable Building Science Technology Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree program at South Seattle College is uniquely positioned as a leader in the dynamic arena of sustainable building education, putting graduates on track for career success in this growing and exciting field. The 90-credit curriculum builds upon an Associate degree and offers a pathway to becoming a highly skilled building science professional. Students learn about smart buildings, fiscal performance, and human-centered building management for today’s changing world. No other program on the West Coast offers a comprehensive curriculum that prepares building professionals with the practical knowledge they’ll need for success.

Grow [Ing] Up: A Literary Series About Growing Pains @ Online (see listing)
Apr 29 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us for the second in a series of events, curated by writer D.A. Navoti, that examine the highs and lows of growing up. Registration required. Click here to register.

In the second of this new five-part series, writer D.A. Navoti welcomes readers of all ages to consider the pains of growing up. Tonight’s program focuses on the teen years.

This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times.

ABOUT THE CURATOR:

D.A. Navoti is a member of the Gila River Indian Community and a nonfiction and poetic prose writer. His work has appeared in Homology Lit, Spartan, Indian Country Today, Cloudthroat, and elsewhere. He produces the literary series We the Indigenous and co-created Fight For Our Lives, a reading series supporting communities targeted by divisive politics. He is a 2020 Radical Imagination grant recipient from the NDN Collective and was a 2020 CityArtist from the City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. Navoti lives in occupied Duwamish territory (Seattle, WA). Visit his website www.danavoti.com.

ADA Accommodations: We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities at Library events. Please contact leap@spl.org at least seven days before the event to request accommodations. Captions are available for all recorded Library programs.

May
12
Wed
Jewell Parker Rhodes Discusses “Magic City” @ Online (see listing)
May 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us for a conversation reflecting on the 100th anniversary of one of the most heinous tragedies in American history—the 1921 burning of Greenwood, an affluent black section of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Registration required. Click here to register via EventBrite.

The event is presented in partnership with Elliott Bay Book Company and Northwest African American Museum. This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

“A compelling page-turner that will keep readers hoping against hope that everything will somehow, magically, turn out for the best.” — Atlanta Journal-Constitution

With a new afterword from the author, Jewell Parker Rhodes’ powerful Magic City is an unforgettable novel of racism, vigilantism, and injustice, that weaves history, mysticism, and murder into a harrowing tale of dreams and violence gone awry.

Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1921. A white woman and a black man are alone in an elevator. Suddenly, the woman screams, the man flees, and the chase to capture and lynch him begins.

When Joe Samuels, a young Black man with dreams of becoming the next Houdini, is accused of rape, he must perform his greatest escape by eluding a bloodthirsty mob.

Meanwhile, Mary Keane, the white, motherless daughter of a farmer who wants to marry her off to the farmhand who viciously raped her, must find the courage to help exonerate the man she accused with her panicked cry.

Magic City evokes one of the darkest chapters of twentieth century, Jim Crow America, painting an intimate portrait of the heroic but doomed stand that pitted the National Guard against a small band of black men determined to defend the prosperous town they had built.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Dr. Jewell Parker Rhodes is the author of six adult novels: Voodoo Dreams, Magic City, Douglass’ Women, Season, Moon, and Hurricane, as well as the memoir Porch Stories: A Grandmother’s Guide to Happiness, and two writing guides, Free Within Ourselves: Fiction Lessons for Black Authors and The African American Guide to Writing and Publishing Non-Fiction. Her adult literary awards include the American Book Award, the National Endowment of the Arts Award in Fiction, the Black Caucus of the American Library Award for Literary Excellence, and the PEN Oakland/Josephine Miles Award for Outstanding Writing. Jewell grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Drama Criticism, a Master of Arts in English, and a Doctor of Arts in English (Creative Writing) from Carnegie Mellon University. Jewell is the Founding Artistic Director and Piper Endowed Chair at the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University. She currently lives in Seattle.

View in Catalog: Magic City by Jewell Parker Rhodes

We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities at Library events. Please contact leap@spl.org at least seven days before the event to request accommodations. Captions are available for all recorded Library programs.

For registration information and other questions, Ask Us or 206-386-4636.

May
20
Thu
Pathfinder K-8 online auction
May 20 @ 12:01 am – May 22 @ 11:59 pm

Bidding started Thursday morning and continues through Saturday. Go here to get started;
you can see the auction items here – gift certificates, gift baskets, more. Questions? fundraising@pathfinderk8ptsa.org

May
21
Fri
Alki Co-op Preschool dine-out fundraiser @ Ampersand
May 21 @ 6:00 am – 7:00 pm

Alki Co-op Preschool is hosting a Dine-Out Fundraiser at Ampersand on Alki on Friday, May 21st from 6 am-7 pm. Part of SSC’s West Seattle Preschool program, Alki Co-op Preschool is a non-profit preschool that enriches our community through positive-discipline education.

“Washington Remembers: From Marcus Whitman to Billy Frank, Jr – Stories of Washington Statues and Memorials” @ Online (see listing)
May 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Free online presentation by historian and author Judy Bentley, hosted by the Woman’s Century Club as part of their May Program Meeting. Open to the public.

To get login information for the zoom program, register on this page: http://www.womanscenturyclub.org/meetings-events/

While walking the sidewalks of Washington cities to research her book, Walking Washington History, Judy Bentley came across some surprising memorials to the past: statues honoring George Washington, Mother Joseph, Abraham Lincoln, Spanish-American War veterans, Wendy the Welder, Dirty Dan, and Jimi Hendrix. She also found a fish story, a boat of discovery, wreaths commemorating Wobblies, and a fruit-picker’s basket.

All of these public sculptures honor some event or person a city wishes to remember or honor. Who decides who should be honored? Whose history is told? Bentley will take listeners on a tour of city statues and memorials and discuss how and why they came to be in public spaces, how history the public values has been set in stone.

This topic is particularly timely now that Washington State is moving to replace a statue of Marcus Whitman in the U.S. Statuary Hall in the capitol in D.C. with a monument to Native rights activist Billy Frank, Jr.

About the presenter: Judy Bentley taught literature, composition, and Pacific Northwest History at South Seattle College for more than 20 years. She is the author of more than fifteen books, including two guidebooks. The second edition of Hiking Washington’s History, the greater outdoors complement to Walking Washington History, will be published this spring.

May
25
Tue
The A. Scott Bullitt Lecture In American History Presents Michelle Duster @ Online (see listing)
May 25 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

In 1862, Ida B. Wells was born enslaved in Holly Springs, Mississippi. In 2020, she won a Pulitzer Prize. Join us to hear Michelle Duster discuss the impact of this iconic woman. Registration required. Click here to register.

Ida B. Wells was often overlooked and underestimated—a woman who refused to exit a train car meant for white passengers; a woman brought to light the horrors of lynching in America; a woman who cofounded the NAACP. Hear professor and Wells’s great-granddaughter Michelle Duster, offer a “warm remembrance of a civil rights icon” (Kirkus Reviews).

The A. Scott Bullitt Lecture in American History is made possible by a generous gift from the late Priscilla Bullitt Collins in honor of her father, A. Scott Bullitt. This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation, author series sponsor Gary Kunis, and media sponsor The Seattle Times, and presented in partnership with The Elliott Bay Book Co. This program will recorded, captioned and posted for 30 days on The Seattle Public Library’s YouTube page after the event.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Journalist. Suffragist. Antilynching crusader. Ida B. Wells committed herself to the needs of those who did not have power. In the eyes of the FBI, this made her a “dangerous negro agitator.” In the annals of history, it makes her an icon.

A century after her death, Wells’s genius is being celebrated in popular culture by politicians, through song, public artwork, and landmarks. Like her contemporaries Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony, Wells left an indelible mark on history—one that can still be felt today. As America confronts the unfinished business of systemic racism, Ida B. the Queen pays tribute to a transformational leader and reminds us of the power we all hold to smash the status quo.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Michelle Duster is a writer, speaker, professor, and champion of racial and gender equity. In the last dozen years, she has written, edited, or contributed to eleven books. She cowrote the popular children’s history book, Tate and His Historic Dream; coedited Shifts and Michelle Obama’s Impact on African American Women and Girls; and edited two books that include the writings of her great-grandmother, Ida B. Wells. She has written articles for Essence, Refinery29, HuffPost, Teen Vogue, and The North Star.

PRAISE:

“Visually stunning…readers who are looking for bold, out-of-the-box, approaches to social change will undoubtedly be inspired by Ida B. the Queen.”
—Forbes

“Bow down to this biography that shows why Ida B. Wells is an icon for all seasons.”
—Refinery29

“With bold graphics and a compelling story, Ida B. the Queen is sure to be one of the year’s best biographies.”
—Bustle

“Ida B. the Queen delves deep into the life of Wells and the Black experience through visual storytelling and recounts the life, successes and hardships of one of the most renowned leaders of justice in American history.”
—The Root

View in Catalog: Ida B. the Queen by Michelle Duster

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May
27
Thu
‘Pressing the System: How Newsprint Won Women the Right to Vote’ @ Online (see listing)
May 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Southwest Seattle Historical Society is delighted to announce “Pressing the System: How Newsprint Won Women the Right to Vote” a live Zoom presentation and panel discussion on Thursday, May 27 at 6:00 PM. Join us for a presentation discussing suffragist Katherine Smith’s utilization of newsprint to inform voters, and hear from SWSHS volunteers Bethany Green and Kathy Mulady, as well as Tracy Record from the West Seattle Blog in a panel discussion reflecting the power of the press. Registration is required.

Newspapers were instrumental in convincing voters that women deserve the right to vote in Washington state 10 full years before the 19th amendment passed in Congress. This program will dig deeper into that journalistic legacy, and explore how the press protects and promotes the basic rights of the American people today. We’ll discuss how the press shaped the way that the public perceived the suffrage movement in Washington for 50 years while women fought for the right to vote and reflect on that power today.

The program will consist of a 20-minute presentation from the Southwest Seattle Historical Society, followed by a 30-minute panel discussion, and an opportunity for an audience Q&A.

For more details and to register, please visit our website at https://www.loghousemuseum.org/blog/may-27-pressing-the-system, or contact Maggie Kase, Curator at maggiek@loghousemuseum.org.

Jun
1
Tue
Lynda Mapes And Guests Discuss “Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home” @ Online (see listing)
Jun 1 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us for a conversation about the history and the future of Orca whales in Puget Sound. Registration required. Click here to register via EventBrite.

This panel conversation will include Jay Julius, former Chairman, Lummi Nation; Deborah Giles, Orca scientist at UW Center for Conservation Biology and Science Director of Wild Orca and Jason Colby, Chairman of the History Department at University of Victoria and author of Orca.

The event is presented in partnership with Elliott Bay Book Company, Mountaineers Books and The Seattle Times. This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation. This event will be recorded for SPL’s YouTube Channel.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

In Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home journalist Lynda V. Mapes explores the natural history of the orca and the unique challenges for survival of the Southern Resident group that frequents Puget Sound. These whales are among the most urban in the world, a focus of researchers, tourists, and politicians alike. Once referred to as “blackfish” and still known as “killer whales,” orcas were for generations regarded as vermin to be avoided or exterminated, then later were captured live for aquariums all over the world. With greater exposure, scientists realized how intelligent the mammal is and are learning about their matriarchal family groups, vocalizations, behavior, and different subspecies. Today only 74 Southern Resident whales are left, and they are threatened by habitat degradation, lack of Chinook salmon (their primary food source), relentless growth, and climate change. Can we reverse the trend?

This special project, co-published with the Pulitzer Prize winning Seattle Times newspaper, features stunning imagery by Times photographer Steve Ringman, as well as from partner organizations including The Whale Museum, NOAA, and Center for Whale Research.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

LYNDA V. MAPES is a journalist, author, and close observer of the natural world. The Seattle Times has made a point of focusing on environmental issues for its readership; Lynda has been a key part in this effort, covering natural history, environmental topics and issues related to Pacific Northwest indigenous cultures. Her writing connects ordinary people and nature. In 1997, while working at the Spokesman Review in Spokane, Washington, she was awarded the Gerald Loeb award for a series on salmon recovery efforts in the Columbia Basin. It was the first time anyone looked at what the region had spent on recovery in the basin and what had resulted from those efforts. In addition to her newspaper career, she is the author of two books, Washington: The Spirit of the Land and Breaking Ground. Her first extended encounter with the Elwha ecosystem, dams, Port Angeles community and Lower Elwha Klallam tribe, this latter book laid an important groundwork of sources for reporting the forthcoming newspaper series and this proposed book on the Elwha. She lives in Seattle with her husband Douglas MacDonald.

Born and raised at Lummi Nation in Bellingham, Washington, Jay Julius spent a number of years in California as a professional golfer, speaker, and entrepreneur before returning home to Lummi. He has served as Chair of, and on Council at, Lummi Nation; has organized and executed Tribal, local, regional, and national campaigns. During his time on Lummi Nation’s Council, Jay led the Sovereignty and Treaty Protection Office; saw the launch of the Nation’s Salish Sea Campaign; sounded the alarm for the clean-up of the fish farm disaster; instigated the acquisition of culturally and economically significant lands; and was deeply involved in the fight against the proposed coal port at Xwe’chi’eXen/Cherry Point. He currently works as a strategic advisor and executive coach through Julius Consulting LLC.

Dr. Deborah Giles serves as the Science & Research Director for Wild Orca, and as a Research Scientist at the University of Washington—monitoring the Southern Resident killer whales’ health through non-invasive sampling with Eba, her highly-trained poop detection dog.

Jason M. Colby is associate professor of environmental and international history at the University of Victoria. Born in Victoria, British Columbia, and raised in the Seattle area, he worked as a commercial fisherman in Alaska and Washington State. He is the author of The Business of Empire: United Fruit, Race, and US Expansion in Central America.

View in Catalog: Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home by Lynda Mapes

We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities at Library events. Please contact leap@spl.org at least seven days before the event to request accommodations. Captions are available for all recorded Library programs.

For registration information and other questions, Ask Us or 206-386-4636.

Jun
5
Sat
Seattle Lutheran High School in-person tours
Jun 5 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Seattle Lutheran invites you back into the building to tour our facility, learn about our academic and extracurricular programs and what it means to be a SAINT! Tours begin at 9 am in 40 minute increments, facilitated by our Admissions Director. Covid-19 screening of all attendees is required as well as masks. All attendees must register in order to attend. Click Here to schedule your tour! We look forward to meeting you! Questions? Contact Sally Heit @ sheit@seattlelutheran.org

Jun
12
Sat
Alki Volleyball Association games @ Alki Beach
Jun 12 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

The Alki Volleyball Association 2021 summer schedule on Alki Beach:

Saturday, June 12: 8 am through 6 pm
Adult Beach volleyball Series #3

Sunday, June 13: 8 am through 7 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Championship Series #3

Sunday, June 13: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #3

Saturday, June 26: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Event Series #4

Sunday, June 27: 8 am through 7 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Championship Series #4

Sunday, June 27: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed

Saturday, July 17: 10:30 am through 4 pm
AVA Adult Event Series #5

Sunday, July 18: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Championship Series #5

Sunday, July 18: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #5

Saturday, August 7: 8 am through 6 pm
The Alki Grand! – AVA Open/AA & A/Novice Adult. Grand Slam. Double Points. Adult Series #6

Sunday, August 8: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #6

Saturday, August 28: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Series #7

Sunday, August 29: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Beach Event #7

Sunday, August 29: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #7

Saturday, September 11: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Series #8

Saturday, September 11: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Junior 4s Costume

Jun
13
Sun
Alki Volleyball Association games @ Alki Beach
Jun 13 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

The Alki Volleyball Association 2021 summer schedule on Alki Beach:

Saturday, June 12: 8 am through 6 pm
Adult Beach volleyball Series #3

Sunday, June 13: 8 am through 7 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Championship Series #3

Sunday, June 13: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #3

Saturday, June 26: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Event Series #4

Sunday, June 27: 8 am through 7 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Championship Series #4

Sunday, June 27: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed

Saturday, July 17: 10:30 am through 4 pm
AVA Adult Event Series #5

Sunday, July 18: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Championship Series #5

Sunday, July 18: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #5

Saturday, August 7: 8 am through 6 pm
The Alki Grand! – AVA Open/AA & A/Novice Adult. Grand Slam. Double Points. Adult Series #6

Sunday, August 8: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #6

Saturday, August 28: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Series #7

Sunday, August 29: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Junior Seattle Beach Event #7

Sunday, August 29: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Co-ed #7

Saturday, September 11: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Adult Series #8

Saturday, September 11: 8 am through 6 pm
AVA Junior 4s Costume

Jun
16
Wed
Summit Atlas online open house
Jun 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Summit Atlas, the free public charter school offering middle- and high-school classes in Arbor Heights, is having online open houses. Go here to register.

Jun
17
Thu
‘From Stonewall to Seattle: The History of Pride on the Duwamish Peninsula and Beyond’ @ Online (see listing)
Jun 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Southwest Seattle Historical Society is excited to host “From Stonewall to Seattle: The History of Pride on the Duwamish Peninsula and Beyond,” a live Zoom presentation and panel discussion on Thursday, June 17 at 6:00 PM. Join us for an historical presentation discussing the history of Pride and the LGBTQIA+ community on the national and local levels. Attendees will also hear from panelists Stacy Bass-Walden, founder of Alki Beach Pride, Aleksa Manila, a drag artist and social activist, and Oliver Webb of the Diversity Alliance of the Puget Sound. Registration is required.

Advance registration is required. Registrants will be emailed a Zoom link to the program on June 17. Please register HERE.

The Stonewall Uprising wasn’t the first protest against police raiding of gay clubs and LGBTQ+ spaces, but it’s often the first that comes to mind when we think of Pride today. We’ll dive deeper into one of the catalysts for the contemporary LGBTQ+ rights movement that spread from Stonewall to Seattle and beyond. We’ll also explore how Pride is commemorated today on the Duwamish Peninsula not only in June, but all year round.

The program will consist of a 20-minute presentation facilitated by Maggie Kase, curator of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society, followed by a 30-minute panel discussion, and an opportunity for an audience Q&A.

Registration is required. Please register HERE today.

This program of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society is made possible by the support of our generous sponsors Luna Park Cafe, 4Culture, Duwamish Tribal Services, and HomeStreet Bank.

Grow [Ing] Up: A Literary Series About Growing Pains @ Online (see listing)
Jun 17 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us for the fourth in a series of events, curated by writer D.A. Navoti, that examine the highs and lows of growing up. Registration required. Click here to register.

In this new five-part series, writer D.A. Navoti welcomes readers of all ages to consider the pains of growing up. Tonight’s program focuses on Parenthood: The Father’s Day Edition. Readers include Ross McMeekin, Alex Gallo-Brown, Juan Carlos Reyes, and Aaron Counts.

The event is presented in partnership with Open Books: A Poem Emporium. This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times. There will be closed captioning available at this program. This program will be recorded and posted on SPL’s YouTube page after the event.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

D.A. Navoti is a member of the Gila River Indian Community and a nonfiction and poetic prose writer. His work has appeared in Homology Lit,  Spartan,  Indian Country Today,  Cloudthroat, and elsewhere. He produces the literary series We the Indigenous and co-created Fight For Our Lives, a reading series supporting communities targeted by divisive politics. He is a 2020 Radical Imagination grant recipient from the NDN Collective and was a 2020 CityArtist from the City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. Navoti lives in occupied Duwamish territory (Seattle, WA). www.danavoti.com

SPEAKERS

Readers include Ross McMeekin, Alex Gallo-Brown, Juan Carlos Reyes, and Aaron Counts.

Ross McMeekin’s
debut novel, The Hummingbirds, was published in 2018 by Skyhorse. His short fiction has appeared recently or is forthcoming in publications such as Virginia Quarterly Review, Lost Balloon, Shenandoah, Redivider, Tin House’s Open Bar, and Maudlin House. His nonfiction has appeared in Numero Cinq and The Rumpus. He’s received fellowships from Hugo House and the Jack Straw Cultural Center in Seattle. He edits the literary journal Spartan and holds an MFA in fiction from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Alex Gallo-Brown is a poet and labor organizer in Seattle. He is the author of Variations of Labor (Chin Music Press, 2019), a collection of poems and stories.

Juan Carlos Reyes has published the novella A Summer’s Lynching (Quarterly West) and the fiction chapbook Elements of a Bystander (Arcadia Press). His stories, poems and essays have appeared in Florida Review, Waccamaw Journal, and Hawai’i Review, among others. He has been the recipient of the Gar LaSalle Artist Trust Storytller Award, a PEN USA Emerging Voices Fellowship, and a Jack Straw Writers Fellowship. He received his MFA from The University of Alabama and has taught poetry and fiction with the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project. He is the current Board President of Seattle City of Literature and serves as an Assistant Professor of creative writing at Seattle University. He also serves as the chief editor of Big Fiction magazine (bigfictionmagazine.com).

Poet and fiction writer Aaron Counts is the co-executive director and education programs manager of Creative Justice, an arts-based alternative to incarceration for youth in King County. His is the author of the poetry collection Strange-tongued Names and co-author of the empowerment curriculum, Reclaiming Black Manhood. His poetry and prose have appeared in print and online, including Lit Hub, Specter Magazine, Bestiary, Aldebaran Review, Rufous City Review, and the audio literary series The Furnace and In the Distance. His first publication, however, was on his mother’s old Kenmore refrigerator on 7th Street in Yakima, Washington. He earned his MFA from the University of British Columbia.

ADA Accommodations: We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities at Library events. Please contact leap@spl.org at least seven days before the event to request accommodations. Captions are available for all recorded Library programs.

Jun
19
Sat
Father’s Day! – Native Art Market @ Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center
Jun 19 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Father’s Day! – Native Art Market
at the Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center

Salmon Bake Meal $25
Fry Bread $5
Corn on the cob $3

Affordable Art Prints
One-of-a-Kind Crafts & Jewelry
Healing Medicines

Parking at SPU lot

Jun
20
Sun
Father’s Day! – Native Art Market @ Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center
Jun 20 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Father’s Day! – Native Art Market
at the Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center

Salmon Bake Meal $25
Fry Bread $5
Corn on the cob $3

Affordable Art Prints
One-of-a-Kind Crafts & Jewelry
Healing Medicines

Parking at SPU lot