Weekly Groups & Events

MONDAYS:

Spanish Conversation Groups
6-8 pm. PC Blue Building.
$20/month. First night free!

THURSDAYS:

Phinney Friends Crochet
Group
10 am-12 pm. PC Blue Building.Free.

FRIDAYS:

PNA Bridge Club
7-10 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.

Emerald City Contra Dances
7:30-10 pm. (beginners workshop at 7 pm). PC Brick Building. Click here for more information.

 

SATURDAYS

Seattle Folklore Society’s
Concerts on the Ridge
7:30 pm. PC Brick Building, Community Hall.
See schedule and get tickets

 

Monthly Events & Groups

5/3 - 1st Wednesday
PNA Fixers Collective
6 pm. Greenwood True Value.

5/9 - 2nd Tuesday
2nd Tuesday Book Club

7-8 pm. PC Blue Building.
I have No Mouth and I Must Scream
by Harlan Ellison

 

5/10 - 2nd Wednesday
PNA Book Club
7 pm. PC Blue Building.
On Beauty
by Zadie Smith

5/12 - 2nd Friday

PNA Game Night
7-10 pm. PC Blue Building.

 

5/14 - 2nd Sunday
Seattle Song Circle
7-10 pm. GSC West Room. Free.

 

*No Family Dance this month

 

Community Meetings

5/2 – 1st Tuesdays
Phinney Ridge Community Council
7pm. PC Blue Building.

 

5/3 - 1st Wednesday
Solar Washington
7pm. PC Brick Building.

 

5/16 – 3rd Tuesdays
Greenwood Community Council

7-8:30 pm. Greenwood Library.


5/24 - 4th Wednesday
Northwest EcoBuilding Guild
7-9pm. PC Brick Building.

5/24 - 4th Wednesday
Northwest District Council
7-9pm. GSC West Room.

 

Annual PNA Events (alphabetical)

 
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Upcoming Events


Please note event locations:


Unless otherwise specified, call the following numbers to register or RSVP for an event.

PC= Events at Phinney Center: Call 206.783.2244 or register online

GSC=Events at Greenwood Senior Center: Call 206.297.0875

 

To see more events hosted at the Greenwood Senior Center, click here.

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS


5/24 – Wednesday
Seattle Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Presentation
1-2 pm. GSC. Free. RSVP at 206.297.0875.

The Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs was established by ordinance in 2012, with the recognition of the importance and need for a strong relationship between the City of Seattle government and the immigrant and refugee communities which it serves. Community Liaison Specialist Hassan Wardere will present an overview of his department and answer your questions

5/31 – Wednesday

Ask an Immigrant Panel Discussion
1-3:30 pm. GSC. Free.
For questions or to RSVP: 206.297.0875.

Over 17% of Seattle residents were born in a foreign country. In the debate over immigration, we sometimes forget that we are talking about our own neighbors, not just abstractions. Join us for a frank panel discussion with members of our close community who will share their stories of immigration and assimilation, both recent and not so recent.


6/2 – Friday

Phinney Farmers Market Opening

3:30-7:30 pm. PC Blue Building Parking Lot. Free.
Grab dinner or a snack and shop for your fresh produce for the week. Open the market with guitarist Tim Scallon from 5-7 pm.

6/2 – Friday
PNA Member Tea, Treats and Orientation
6:30 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.

Whether you're a new member or have been a member for decades, this is a great opportunity to learn what's new at the PNA and how to get involved. Kid-friendly. 30-minute presentation followed by Q&A. RSVP is helpful but not required - contact Alex at alexg@phinneycenter.org or 206.783.2244.

6/3 – Saturday
PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day
9 am-2 pm. PC parking lots, Tool Library and neighborhood.
Score a bargain at this community-wide event. Check the PNA map for yard sales throughout the neighborhood and stop by the Phinney Center’s Flea Market and Tool Sale. Donate to Goodwill and recycle electronics at the PC. Shred up to four boxes of paper with Seadrunar Recycling’s truck from 9 am-1 pm. Plus, swap plants and pots or pick up some new plants for free. Register your sale by May 20.

6/3 – Saturday
Pride Rainbow Hop

10:30 am-1:30 pm. PhinneyWood neighborhood. Free.
A family event, the PhinneyWood Pride Rainbow Hop kick-starts Pride Month in Seattle. Participating neighborhood businesses and nonprofits promote the value of diversity by hosting events and activities and handing out goodies that focus on diversity and fun. From face painting to rainbow sidewalk art, the Rainbow Hop honors everyone in our community, whether you’re LGBT or straight. This will be the fourth year our local businesses come together to put on this event.

6/8 – Thursday
Transforming Care for Alzheimer’s Disease: A Lecture and Reception with Dr. Barak Gaster, UW Professor of Medicine
6:30-8 pm. GSC. Free.

Join us for light refreshments followed by a lecture to learn how Barak Gaster, MD is improving how physicians care for people diagnosed with dementia. Dr. Gaster is an educator and physician at UW Medicine where he has a national reputation for finding creative solutions to difficult problems in health care. He has decades of experience preparing physicians to meet the needs of an aging population. RSVP online or by phone: 206.297.0875.

6/10 – Saturday
PCPE’s Family Fiesta and Raffle
4-8 pm. PC Brick Building, Community Hall. $5 children/$30 adults.

PCPE, a Program of PNA and Seattle's ONLY Spanish Cooperative Preschool, invites you come celebrate all Hispanic cultures at this family-fun event and fundraiser. Tickets include: dinner, beer, sangria, live music, Peruvian Marinera performance by world-renowned dancer Sonia Porras, a marinera dance lesson, dancing, and fun activities for the kids, including face painting, piñatas, and crafts.


Raffle tickets are available for $5 and $10 for prizes such as: a weekend at a Camano Island cabin, free PCPE summer camp, a private paella party for 20, Sounders tickets, ACT Theatre tickets, art, and more! Proceeds go towards scholarships for families for whom preschool education might not otherwise be accessible. Purchase event and/or raffle tickets.

6/10 – Saturday
Jeopardy Winners PNA Trivia Game Night
7-10 pm. PC. $120 Team of Four/$30 Individual.

Back by popular demand! Pub style Trivia Game Night hosted by Jeopardy winners Ken Jennings and Tom Nissley. Includes games, snacks, drinks and prizes. Bring a team of four or join a team at the event. Test your knowledge against the experts and each other. Purchase tickets.

6/14 – Wednesday
Business Social at The Park Pub: Partnering for Profit
12-1:30 pm. The Park Pub. 6114 Phinney Ave N. Free for PNA Business Members, $10 for non-members.

Learn how to leverage partnerships and cross-marketing with other businesses to attract more customers and increase sales, without spending much more time or money! Melissa Forziat, entrepreneur and author of Small Business Marketing on a Budget, will share tips for finding common ground with other businesses, and ideas for working together so everyone wins. To RSVP or learn more, contact Alex at alexg@phinneycenter.org or (206) 783-2244.

 

6/15 – Thursday

Evolution of the British Legislative System
12 pm. GSC. Free.
Daniel Godfrey, a former public servant who worked for the British government will present on how the British legislative system evolved from the Magna Carta to today, and how it influenced our system of government here in the US. RSVP: 206.297.0875.

 

6/22 – Thursday

Ask an Architect: How to Design and Plan in a Denser Seattle
10:30 am-12 pm. GSC. Free.
Join Vernon Abelsen for an architect’s view on the value of good building design and planning in property development, amid an increasingly denser population. Topics include knowing your options for the property you own or occupy, zoning and community matters with adjacent properties, and how to deal with pressures from population density in nearby properties. There will be time for Q&A. RSVP: 206.297.0875.

6/24 – Saturday
Car Show Pancake Breakfast
7-11 am. GSC. $5 person/$15 family.

 

6/28 – Wednesday

Low Income Housing Institute Tiny Home Project Talk
1-2:30 pm. GSC. Free.
Please join us for a presentation on LIHI’s Tiny Home Project, with a featured look at the newest Licton Springs Village community on 86th and Aurora. Questions welcome. RSVP: 206.297.0875.


6/30 – Friday
Blood Drive
1-7 pm. (Closed 3-4 pm) PC Blue Building.

Save up to 3 lives! Schedule online or just drop in.

 

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