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  • Daffodil bulb planting party
    Picture Perfect Queen Anne invites all interested gardeners to come and plant daffodil bulbs on Saturday, Nov. 19, 
from 9-11am.
  • Need a Rummage Sale?

    Two Uptown neighborhood groups announce a big, three day Rummage Sale in Uptown on the last weekend of February. That’s Friday, Feb. 25; Saturday, Feb. 26; and Sunday, Feb. 27. The Uptown Alliance and Friends of Lower Kinnear Park (FOLKPark) invite you to donate lightly used items.  All profits will fund Uptown neighborhood projects. The Uptown Alliance has a history of fun, successful rummage sales and is pleased to join with FOLKPark. FOLKPark is leading the project to renovate and restore Uptown’s park at the west end of West Roy Street.For donation information leave a message at 206-283-6140.

  • Super Rummage Sale coming Feb. 25-27
    Cleaning out? Got stuff? Need a Rummage Sale? One is coming to Uptown in February!Two Uptown neighborhood groups announce a big, three day Rummage Sale in Uptown on the last weekend of February. That’s Friday, Feb. 25; Saturday, Feb. 26; and Sunday, Feb. 27.
  • Historical Society to talk MOHAI Thursday
    The Queen Anne Historical Society will meet Thursday, Jan. 27 at the Seattle Church of Christ, 2555 8th Ave. W., at 7 p.m.
  • Neighbor Appreciation Day

    The 17th annual Neighbor Appreciation Day is on Saturday, Feb. 12. It’s the day when we reach out and express thanks to those who live and work around us. It begins with the City's 120th Clean & Green event in Counterbalance Park at 9 a.m. to noon. Last year saw 60 neighbors, businesses and city officials working on projects to clean up the area.  Spearheaded by the Church of Scientology Environmental Task Force and co-sponsored by the Greater Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce and the Uptown Alliance, we hope to make this year's community clean-up an even greater success!  Refreshments, tools and projects provided on site. For more information, contact Ann Pearce at 206-284-0604 or Christa at Christa.Dumpys@Seattle.Gov.

  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. United for Human Rights

    In celebration of Dr. King, the Church of Scientology is hosting an open house at 300 W. Harrison St. on Wednesday, January 19th, on human rights issues. Reception and refreshments at 6 pm. Open house goes until 8 pm. Special showing of the short film, "The Story of Human Rights" will be featured. For more information call Ann or Adina at 206-284-0604.
  • Queen Anne Lacrosse Club

    The Queen Anne Lacrosse Club has open roster spots for both third and fourth-grade team and fifth- and sixth-grade team. Lacrosse is a fast, exciting sport - fun to play and fun to watch. No prior lacrosse experience necessary. The Queen Anne program is one of the oldest and most successful youth programs in the state. Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays at Queen Anne Bowl, games are on Saturdays. Practices start in February, games begin March 12 and last through May 21. For more information email qalacrosse@gmail.com or visit www.qalacrosse.org. 206-910-7470.
  • Free Thanksgiving Eve Dinner

    at First Free Methodist (3200 Third Ave. W). Nov. 26, 5-6 p.m. upstairs in Fine Center. If you don't have Thanksgiving dinner plans-we'd love to have you- all are welcome! Free Turkey dinner! Call 206-281-2240 to RSVP.
  • Free Thanksgiving Eve Dinner

    at First Free Methodist (3200 3rd Ave W). Nov. 26, 5-6 p.m. upstairs in Fine Center. If you don't have Thanksgiving dinner plans-we'd love to have you- all are welcome! Free delicious Turkey dinner! Pls call 206-281-2240 to RSVP.
  • Fight back against budget cuts!
    Everyone is invited to bring ideas on what's next in the ongoing struggle to retain needed social services, health care and quality education.
    The meeting is free; snacks and beverages are available for a modest donation. The meeting is at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 11 at 5018 Rainier Ave S., Seattle (4 blocks south of Alaska St. on the #7 bus line). Contact the Sisters Organize for Survival (SOS), a grassroots campaign of Radical Women for more information, 206-722-6057, RWSeattle@mindspring.com, www.SistersOrganizeforSurvival.org
  • Queen Anne Cub Scouts Pack 70 & 72 ceremony on Sunday
    The Order of the Arrow
    Webelos Crossover & Arrow of Light Ceremony will take place from 2:30-3:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 14, at the Queen Anne United Methodist Church Sanctuary at 1606 Fifth Ave. W.
  • Due to a scheduling conflict
    the date and location of the Northwest Region meeting to discuss Seattle Public Schools' student assignment transition plan Year Two, has changed from Nov. 4 at Ballard High School to Nov. 8 at Ingraham High School. Visity www.seattleschools.org or call the Board office at (206) 252-0040.
  • Sen. Kohl-Welles will hold a post-election analysis
    fundraiser event from 5 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 4 at the Hale's Ales Brewery & Pub at 4301 Leary N.W. in Ballard. Speaking on the election results will be Sen. Majority Leader Lisa Brown, PubliCola Editor Josh Feit, Progressive Majority Executive Director Noel Frame, The Stranger News Editor Dominic Holden, National Women's Political Caucus WA State President Linda Mitchell and Washington State Democrats Party Chair Dwight Pelz. The moderator will be Nate Miles, with opening remarks by King County Councilmember Larry Phillips, Rep. Mary Lou Dickerson and Rep. Reuven Carlyle. Hale's Ales Brewery & Pub is located at 4301 Leary NW in Ballard, along bus routes 28 and 46. Parking is available on the streets. The event is open to the public. Donations will be gratefully accepted. For additional information, email JeanneKohlWelles2010@gmail.com or call McKenna Hartman at (206) 971-6730.
  • Ladies Night at Chocolopolis on Upper Queen Anne!
    This is an Evening of FREE chocolate tasting, compliments of George Andrade of Edward Jones, 313 W. McGraw St. (206) 285-3727. Sunday, Oct. 24 from 6-8 p.m. For details and to reserve your seat, call Lisa at (206) 285-3727.
    Stand-up comedy at Seattle's Comedy Underground
  • AAUW Seattle presents
    Debunking Stereotypes - Women in Computer Science with Sapna Cheryan at 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Best Western Executive Inn 200 Taylor Ave. N. $15, $10 for students with ID. Visit www.aauw-seattle.org/Programs.htm or email: president@aauw-seattle.org; 206-322-3169; Tonna Kutner.
  • The Queen Anne Community Council's
    Transportation Committee will meet Wednesday, Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m. at the Queen Anne Community Center, 1901 First Ave. W. Dan Burke from the Port of Seattle's transportation team will discuss how Mercer, the 15th Ave. W. corridor, as well as the waterfront fit into the Port's plans.
    Come to a dinner and get a mammogram, too
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