Seattle Storytellers Guild

A Bit More of the Unusual: Stories Told in an Unusual Way”

NEW TIME & VENUE: , Bring your unusual storytelling technique, prop, puppet, music or visuals for a fun evening of telling and listening.No charge but a $5 Donation would help us cover expenses.

Haller Lake Methodist Church

13055 1st Ave. N.E. Sea. 98125

The entrance is on 133rd and 1st on the East side of the street.

Friday, September 20th, 7:00pm

Vote for Local Park and Street Improvement Projects.

The month of September is your chance to vote for your favorite local park and street improvement projects. It’s all part of the City of Seattle’s Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets, a participatory budgeting program in which community members democratically decide how to spend a portion of the City’s budget on small park and street improvements.

Approximately $186,000 is available for each Council district, and residents can cast their ballots for their top three choices in the district where they live, work, go to school, receive services, or volunteer.

The projects that receive the most votes will be funded by the City and implemented in 2020. Community members ages 11 and up can vote online or at all Seattle Public Library branches.

After ballots are tallied, the winning projects will be announced in October. You can find information and voting instructions at www.seattle.gov/yvyc.

Northgate Teacher in Need

A teacher at Northgate Elementary School is asking for your help making sure her special ed students have the best possible chance of learning and building their personal confidence.

On her page at DonorsChoose.org Ms. Linda says: "Our small elementary school is Title I and needs all the support we can get from the community for supplies that support our students in their growth and learning. The Special Education team is seeking to develop a sensory room, where all students can go for a break, that will provide our most vulnerable students with the sensory stimulation or sensory break they need to get back to learning quickly and painlessly."

Ms. Linda describes her students as a remarkable group of young people that are learning to navigate the word amidst trauma, instability, and poverty.

As of this posting she is still short of her $1322 goal. You can help her reach it by donating here.


Bite of Broadview

The Bite of Broadview, commonly called “BOB”, is an annual Seattle-based community event that draws thousands from around the entire Puget Sound area.

September 27, 28 and 29

Free Admission


130th/145th Station Area Planning Community Workshop

Save the Date: Community Workshop to create a vision for the 130th/145th Station Area – the area within a 10-minute walk or bike ride of the future light rail stations.

SEPTEMBER 28th.

Click here for more info.

Green Seattle Day 2019

Plant a Forest - Grow Community

Help us create a healthier, happier, and greener Seattle by coming out to our biggest planting event of the year – Green Seattle Day! From creating wildlife habitat, to combating climate change, and providing a place for residents to recreate: having a hand in Green Seattle Day is one of the best ways to give back to your neighbors, parks, and your local forest.

November 2nd, 2019

Events start at 9am

Choose from 17 City Parks to plant in, including Northacres!!

All community members are welcome, and no experience is necessary! The event is family friendly and open to all ages. Hundreds of volunteers will plant native trees, shrubs, and groundcovers that will become the future forest of Seattle. We will provide all of the necessary tools and training for the day, along with light refreshments!

Click Here to RSVP for Green Seattle Day at a Park Near You!