Community

Northwest Seattle P-Patches Tour

A tour of northwest Seattle’s P-Patch Community Gardens and Neighborhood Matching Fund projects. See the sites and meet the people that make it happen. A van tour, hosted by Seattle Department of Neighborhoods staff and volunteers, will visit amazing community-driven projects. Features Good Shepherd, Fremont P-Patch, Hazel Heights, Greg’s Garden and Ballard P-Patch. Free, but space is limited and reservations are required. Click here to register or call 206.386.4123.

Location

Greenwood Neighborhood Service Center
8515 Greenwood Ave. N.

Community Harvest Plant Sale

Community Harvest Plant Sale!
Come get your spinach, lettuce, kale, onions, swiss chard, garlic and more!

Sunday, September 19, 2010 1:00-3:30pm

South Side of South Seattle Community College

Fall starts only $3!

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Location

South Side of South Seattle Community College

Seattle Blues Legend Documentary Premiere

Premiere of "Who is Duffy Bishop and Why is She Not World Famous?," a documentary on the Seattle blues icon. The documentary was produced by Bryan Johnston (most recently of KOMO and KIRO-TV). It was co-produced by Matt Law-Phipps and Ryan Zemke of the Ballard High School Video Production Program. Following the 30-minute documentary, Duffy Bishop will perform live. Proceeds from the event benefit Seattle breast cancer awareness and research. Tickets (sold at the door) will be $10 for adults and $5 for students.

Location

Ballard High School
1418 N.W. 65th St.

Global Work Party Day and Community Festival

Join Sustainable Ballard for one of 10 work parties around the neighborhood. Great speakers and live music then disperse to the neighborhood for community garden and green building installations, cleanup and recycling events and food harvesting. Come back together in the evening for a community celebration. Click here for more information.

Location

Ballard Commons Park
N.W. 57th St. and 22nd Ave. N.W.

New Fire Station 35 Dedication

Join Mayor Mike McGinn as Crown Hill celebrates the completion of the new Fire Station 35. Meet your neighborhood firefighters and tour the station. Families are welcome.

Location

Fire Station 35
8729 15th Ave. N.W.

Puppets in the Park

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center and Parks COmmon Program present free live puppet show performances of "Amadoo and the Crocodile," "Anansi the Spider" and other African stories.

Location

Bergen Place
5420 22nd Ave. N.W.

Route 44 Transit Corridor Improvements Open House

Seattle Department of Transportation proposes a series of improvements on Northwest Market Street which are designed to improve speed and efficiency on Metro route 44.

Location

Swedish Medical Center Conference Room A
5300 Tallman Ave. N.W.

Benifit for Old Dog Haven at West Seattle Yoga/Doga

While you are walking around the West Seattle Art Walk drop into Westside Yoga and Doga for hula dancers, beer and wine, and a raffle of prizes from local vendors. The proceeds go to Old Dog Haven, which provides hospice, assisted living and adoptions for older homeless dogs.

Location

Westside Yoga and Doga
6417 FAUNTLEROY WAY SW
Seattle, WA 98136
Phone: 206-501-4474

Clean Up Corporate Corruption Rally

More than 150 members of Congress and candidates have signed the Fight Washington Corruption pledge to stop the corporate influence in government. Move On is organizing this rally to give wavering politicians one last chance to stand with big corporations or stand with the rest of us without corporate lobbyists.

Location

Woodland Park

Small Faces Playground Dedication

Small Faces Childhood Development playground dedication and 35th anniversary. Join in the fun at the newly renovated playground.

Location

Crown Hill Center
9250 14th Ave. N.W.