Stripped-down Elephant Event

Friends of Woodland Park Zoo Elephants are holding a protest in which the three Woodland Park Zoo elephants will be represented by three beautiful, stripped-down girl “elephants." One girl will be caged in a 4-foot by 4-foot enclosure, the human equivalent to the elephants’ barn stall. All three girls will perform neurotic behaviors exhibited by Bamboo, Chai and Watoto.


Woodland Park Zoo North Entrance
N. 59th St. and Phinney Ave. N.

Wellness Forum: Long-Term Care Insurance

Over the course of a lifetime, you save and invest to meet many goals -- a college education for your children, a comfortable retirement, the ability to travel, maybe even a retirement home. But realizing your goals
requires proactive planning, including taking into account how the need for long-term care could impact your financial security and quality of life.

Join Jon Gerhardt, Financial Advisor for Edward Jones and Charlie Salerno from John Hancock, for a complimentary workshop where you will learn more about:
· What long-term care insurance is and how much it costs  read more »


The Kenney
7125 Fauntleroy Way SW Community Room 2
Seattle, WA

Swinery Re-Opening Party!

Join us on Friday, June 25th for our Friends and Family Swinery re-opening party from 4pm until 7pm.

We will be giving tours every half hour of the entire space and featuring specials on select meats!
Free raffle with prizes including a ticket to the Pig Breakdown / Cooking Class on Saturday June 26th--you don't want to miss it!  read more »


The Swinery
3207 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA
Phone: 206.932.4211

Spaghetti Dinner and Bingo Night at Leif Erikson Hall

The community is invited to enjoy food, fun and games. Get to know your neighbors as chef Wes Young serves a delicious and satisfying meal featuring spaghetti and meatballs, garlic or French bread, vegetable and salad. After dinner, try your luck at bingo for just $2 for three cards. And if bingo isn’t enough, $1 raffle tickets for prizes, such as bottles of wine, books and restaurant gift certificates will be available.  read more »


Leif Erikson Hall
2245 N.W. 57th St.

Fantastic Outdoor BBQ & Movie - 'Jungle Book'!

Fantastic Outdoor BBQ & Movie...the Disney classic 'Jungle Book'!

The movie will be shown indoors but the BBQ will happen rain or shine!
Hiawatha Community Center
2700 California Ave. SW

Friday, June 25, 6-8 p.m.

Kick off summer in sensational style. Dinner will include a hot dog or burger, a beverage, salad, and fruit. While enjoying dinner, view a free showing of the Disney family classic 'Jungle Book' on a giant screen!

Fee is $3 per person in advance or $5 per person day of event.


Hiawatha Community Center
2700 California Ave. SW
Seattle , WA
Phone: 206-684-7441

Poster Sale Benefit

This year during all the wild shenanigans that make up the 30th Annual Ballard SeafoodFest, Secret Garden Bookshop is doing something a little different. They have unearthed the voluminous trove of children's book posters they've been assiduously collecting since 1995 and are offering them up for sale on a pay-what-you-like basis as a benefit for Page Ahead. As a suggestion, $6.96 buys one paperback picture book for the children Page Ahead buys books for.


Secret Garden Bookshop
2214 N.W. Market St.

SeafoodFest Kickoff BBQ/Fishermen's Memorial Benefit

Live music by the Sourmash Stevedores, BBQ by Smokin' Petes BBQ, beverages donated by Pyramid and Caffe Appassionato. Fun Ballard-themed raffle, prizes and silent auction items from The Deadliest Catch captains. Tickets $50 per person. 21 and older.


Ballard Elks Lodge
6411 Seaview Ave. N.W.

West Seattle Reservoir Park Design Presentation

Seattle Parks and Recreation and Site Workshops will present the preferred schematic design of the West Seattle Reservoir Park project at Westcrest.

Over the last year the community has participated in the design process for this new park space and they are encourage to come to this meeting, see the design and provide final input.  read more »


Southwest Community Center
2801 SW Thistle St
Seattle, WA 98126

World Harmony Run

The World Harmony Run is a global relay that will be passing through Seattle on its way through all 50 states.

The runners, who are carrying a flaming torch as a symbol of harmony, plan to arrive at The Mount at 2 p.m. for a short ceremony.

Providence Mount St. Vincent administrator Charlene Boyd will accept a “Torch-Bearer Award” to honor her commitment to promoting harmony between generations and between cultures in our community.

Everyone is welcome to participate and carry the torch for a few steps around The Mount.

For information 206-938-6191.


Providence Mount St. Vincent
4831 35th Ave. SW (between SW Hudson & SW Edmonds)
Seattle, WA

Father’s Day Classic and Antique Car Show

Admission is free and all are welcome!

Cars are displayed in the parking area adjacent to the cafe.

All classic and antique car owners are welcome to bring their cars to display; please contact Eileen at 206-937-3701 ext. 28674.

This show is a treasured tradition for the elderly residents of The Mount, their friends and family members.


Providence Mount St. Vincent
4831 35th Ave. SW (between SW Hudson & SW Edmonds)
Seattle, WA
Phone: 206-937-3700
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