Lake City Future First is hosting Community Conversations, and is having an upcoming event, all are invited to attend
Explore your world and learn more about how NOAA – the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – works to understand and predict changes in Earth’s environment to help protect people and property and to conserve and manage coastal and marine resources. Head to the Western Regional Center on Friday, June 9, from 12:00 – 6:30 PM for a series of free activities, including engaging science presentations and panels, interactive exhibits and tours. This event is perfect for the whole family.
As part of its Community Conversation series, Lake City Future First will host a free conversation on Wednesday, May 24th about the state of homelessness in Lake City.
Jeff Renner, former KING chief meteorologist, will speak about Climate Science at Our Lady of the Lake Jubilee Hall on Sunday May 21 at 6:45 PM.
UPDATE: The good folks at Veraci have chosen to postpone their 1st Anniversary party (scheduled for May 13) due to weather forecast of rain and possible thunderstorms. We’ll let you know when we hear of a new date.
Have some things you’ve been meaning to get rid of? Bring it all to Hunter Tree Farm this Saturday for the Community Garage Sale.
From Kelly Dole,Owner of Growler Guys Seattle. Our friend, community activist and the Park Steward of Thornton Creek — Dass Adams has moved to Berkeley, California. But…right now he’s back in Seattle, so we’re having a last minute PARTY Monday, May 1st, 6-9pm @ The Growler Guys. Growler Guys will be providing a few free pizzas, plus $1 off any beer, wine, or cider ordered (and one lighter beer will be just $2 per pint until the keg blows, if you say “Wedgwood Rocks”). Personally, I’ve worked with Dass for 10 years on/in Licorice Fern Natural Area, on Thornton Creek. Read More …
Eckstein Middle School presents “13,” a hilarious, coming-of-age musical, on May 19-20 at 7:30 PM.
Don’t miss Nathan Hale Theater Department’s exciting performance of “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Book and Best Original Score, “The Drowsy Chaperone” is a loving send-up of the Jazz Age musical, featuring one show-stopping song and dance number after another.
The Northwest Green Home Tour is an annual educational event, open to the public, produced by the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild, that showcases local, sustainable, and green new homes, remodels, and energy retrofits in the greater Seattle area. The 2017 tour will take place on April 29-30.