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Events & Activities

2/22 Difficult Conversations Series:
Mental Health Symposuim

2/25 PNA Village Volunteer Training

2/25 PNA Wine Taste

2/26 Yoga benefitting NW Immigrant Rights Project

3/1 Fixers Collective

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Upcoming Classes

2/6-3/13 Comprehending Hip Hop:

2/23 Designing Backyard Cottages

2/25 Believe in Linen 

3/5 Earthquake Home Retrofit

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The Phinney Neighborhood Association builds, engages and supports our diverse community through programs, services and activities that connect neighbors and foster civic engagement.

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Featured Events

Wednesday, February 22
1:30 - 3 pm. Greenwood Senior Center.


Nearly one in five Americans are affected by mental health conditions every year, yet as a society we often do not understand or deal well with the impacts of these illnesses. 

Join representatives from the mental healh community, as well as a family caregiver and advocate, to discuss myths and facts about this health epidemic, issues surrounding resources and public policy, and how we can help.

PNA Wine Taste

Saturday, February 25
7-10 pm. PC Blue Building.


Compare Northwest wines with friends and neighbors. Includes 10 tastes of wines, plus appetizers. Wines are also available for purchase. See participating wineries »

PC=Phinney Center | GSC=Greenwood Senior Center


News / Announcements

Holiday Closure

The Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center are closed Monday, Feb 20 foe Presidents Day.

Call for Artists


Artists in the Pacific Northwest are invited to apply for the 2017 Northwest Fine Arts Competition. Our jurors this year are Lynn Schirmer, Chris Sheridan, and Kate Protage. Jurors will select art to be displayed in the Phinney Center Gallery from May 10 to June 9 with an opening reception on May 12 (coinciding with the neighborhood's "Big One" annual art walk). Application deadline is March 10. Learn more and apply online.

Creating a Welcoming Community


The past week has been a time of uncertainty and concern for many of our neighbors; it’s never been more important to come together and build relationships in our community. I would like to take this opportunity to reaffirm the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s commitment to welcoming and engaging all members of our community. Everyone. Period.

We know that communities are strongest when they are open, inclusive, and compassionate, and we are committed to the PNA’s mission to “build, engage and support our diverse community through programs, services and activities that connect neighbors and foster civic engagement.”

As we work to figure out how to move forward we’ll be reaching out to other organizations and groups, looking at ways to partner to make our community a more welcoming place. In the meantime, here are several ways to show your support for, and help strengthen, our community:

The PNA had yard signs available for businesses and residents which say “no matter where you are from, we’re glad you’re our neighbor” in English, Spanish, and Arabic, which were all requested almost immediately. However, you can still download a printable window sign »

Celebrate Neighbor Day on February 11
Started over 20 years ago by longtime PNA member and Phinney Ridge resident Judith Wood, Seattle’s Neighbor Day is a special day set aside to reach out to neighbors, make new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood a great place to live.

Help feed neighbors in need at the Hot Meal Program, help seniors age in their own homes at the PNA Village, and more.

What we all do each day makes a difference. Thank you for all that you do.

Lee Harper
Executive Director
Feb 2, 2017

February newsletter

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PNA Wins Historic Seattle Award
We are honored to receive the The Beth Chave Historic Preservation Award for Exemplary Stewardship for our longstanding stewardship of the historic John B. Allen school complex in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood.

The Review Winter edition

Pick up your copy at the Phinney Center or GSC or view it online here.



Eric's Heros: This One's for the 'Fixers' | KOMO News


Greenwood blast caused by PSE’s abandoned, unsealed pipeline, regulators say | The Seattle Times


6 months after explosion, Greenwood marks bittersweet milestone | KOMO News


Some businesses bouncing back after Greenwood gas explosion | City Living Seattle

Greenwood's Angry Beaver Hockey Bar Finally Reopened
| The Stranger


In Greenwood explosion’s wake, artists paint murals on damaged businesses | The Seattle Times


Color blooms as Greenwood rebuilds after blast | The Seattle PI


‘This is Greenwood’s book’: Kids help neighborhood raise funds after blast | Seattle Times By Nicole Brodeur


After Explosion, Greenwood Comes Together | Seattle Times


Depression Is Not A Normal Part Of Aging | KUOW


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La Asociación del Vecindario de Phinney (PNA por sus iniciales en inglés) es una organización comunitaria sin fines de lucro fundada en 1980 con la misión de promover comunidad y sociedad.  PNA provee y promueve programas, servicios y actividades con la intención de facilitar el contacto entre vecinos y fomentar involucramiento cívico en nuestra diversa comunidad.


El edificio principal del PNA, es una escuela restaurada, que se ha enfocado al desarrollo del vecindario de Phinney/Greenwood.  En este centro comunitario se ofrecen una variedad de programas y actividades abiertas a cualquiera en la región de Puget Sound.


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