Corporations Are Not People

Join the Progressive Party of Washington in a lively discussion of how we can get corporations out of our government, and let real people run it. For information:


Ballard Library
5614 22nd Ave. N.W.

Community Dialogue on Carbon Neutral Neighborhoods

Seattle City Council seeks your ideas on how we can move our neighborhoods towards carbon neutrality (energy efficiency & resilient communities). Recommendations for action based on this input will be presented to the City Council in September. Please join us and share your ideas. Sponsored by Sustainable Ballard.


Ballard Library
5614 22nd Ave. N.W.

Southwest Precinct Picnic at the Precinct

All southwest precinct residents are invited to come and celebrate your community.
The event will feature Live Music, Free Food and gives you a chance to get to know the officers and people who
protect us every day in West Seattle.

Sponsored by Laurie Sorensen, Diginity Forest Lawn, Seattle Police Foundation, Leschi Mart, A Better Roofing Company, Alki Community Council and Barnecuts Admiral Way Super Service.


Southwest Seattle Police Precinct
2300 S.W. Webster Street in the precinct parking lot
Seattle, WA

Ship Canal 101

Part of the Port 101 series. Homeport for the North Pacific Fishing Fleet, Fishermen’s Terminal is surrounded by Seattle’s maritime industrial core. It is responsible for 4,000 local jobs, providing family-wage jobs and contributing to our local economy. This commercial fishing generates $404 million in wages and salaries, $196 million in business revenue, and more than $37 million in state and local taxes. You’ll board a floating classroom to learn about the fishing fleet and some of the businesses that have built their livelihoods along the Ship Canal.  read more »


Fishermen's Terminal

Orchard Street Ravine Work Party

August 11, 2010
6:30 pm to 10:30 pm
An evening Work Party for August has been requested to avoid the heat and give people more of their weekends during our short NW summer.

The next Orchard Street Ravine work party is currently scheduled for 6:30 pm on Wednesday evening August 11th.

Meet at the end of Orchard Street (see map).

For more information contact Mark Schultz at


Meet at the end of Orchard Street

Sustainable West Seattle Annual Potluck with Longboards and Electric Bikes!

Join SWS for our Annual Summer Potluck – at Lincoln Park.

We’ll set up the grill and provide condiments. Please bring your favorite summertime dish and your own cup, utensils & plates.

Alki Kayak/Mountain 2 Sound will provide kayaks and longboards and Alki Bike & Board will bring electric bikes for demo and play!

More details coming soon!


Lincoln Park

Summer Bridge 2010 at Sealth for incoming 9th Graders

August 23-27, 2010 Summer Bridge is for all incoming 9th graders to Chief Sealth High School, and all are strongly encouraged to attend. (Why wouldn't you, right???) During our time from 8:30-11:30, you'll learn High School 101: All that you need to be successful at Sealth!

Contact the school for more information
Main Office
(206) 252-8550

Repeats every day until Fri Aug 27 2010 .

Strength of Place Village Groundbreaking in White Center

Capitol Hill Housing, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association & White Center Community Development Association invite you to join us at the Strength of Place Village project groundbreaking.

Located in the White Center neighborhood, this new development of 30 quality affordable rental housing units is the result of a unique partnership of three community based organizations.

11AM—Groundbreaking & Remarks

11:45AM—BBQ Reception at Steve Cox Memorial Park
(1321 SW 102nd Street one block south of project site)


SOPI site
Intersection of 13th Avenue SW & 100th Street
White Center, WA

Greenwood Street Party

A 22-block long street party in Phinney Ridge and Greenwood. Greenwood Avenue is being opened up from 65th Street to 87th Street so pedestrians and bicyclists can come out to play and explore local businesses. This event builds on the monthly art walk, Art Up. It offers residents a cheap way to do family activities and reconnect with neighbors. It is also a chance for businesses to showcase products or services. So, bring your own interests to the street—play music, dance, ride bikes, or do art—let your imagination run wild.  read more »


Greenwood Ave. N. from N. 65th St. to N. 87th St.

Seattle Chinese Garden Site Tour and Presentation on Chinese Gardens

Seattle Chinese Garden Site Tour
and Presentation on Chinese Gardens

Seattle Chinese Garden
Landscape Horticulture Building
South Seattle Community College
6000 16th Ave. SW, north entrance

Date: Saturday, August 7, 10 to 11:30 am

The Chinese artisans are arriving on August 6-7.
See the 4.6-acre garden site, Song Mei Pavilion, and construction progress on the first major courtyard.
This guided tour begins with a slide presentation on the cultural significance of Chinese Gardens.  read more »


Seattle Chinese Garden
6000 16th Ave. SW north entrance Landscape Horticulture Building- South Seattle Community College
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