Sunday, December 14, 2014 – Taproot Theatre is back with a new show, It’s a Wonderful, Improvised Life! Based on the original movie, It’s a Wonderful Life, the talented Taproot touring group will create a new version…with suggestions from the audience!
Appetizers will be served at 7PM, the performance starts at 8PM. This event is sponsored by Lamb of God Lutheran Church.
Tickets for each performance: $10/pp, $9 Seniors, Children under 12 Free. Available at Lake City Community Center or online, www.brownpapertickets.com.
For more information, please visit our event site, www.theARTery.us or call us at 206.362.437
|You might recognize Folk Voice Band from Kaffeeklatsch where they sometimes perform!
Proceeds support free job training and education!
There will be designer, vintage, and unique one-of-a-kind items clothing and accessories for sale. Designer pieces include Burberry, Prada, DVF, Coach, Dooney & Bourke, Jimmy Choo, Marc Jacobs, Betsy Johnson, Trina Turk, Coach, Michael Kors and more. This year there will also be a small selection of wedding dresses and an expanded selection of silver jewelry for sale.
Goodwill will be repeating the numbering system so that customers do not need to stand in line for prolonged periods of time. Upon arrival at the sale, customers should go to the table outside the store to get their number. The number is both entrance to the sale and the number to access the jewelry counter. For more information about the Glitter Sale please go to http://www.seattlegoodwill.org/sales-and-events/glitter-sale.
Racks will be restocked throughout the weekend.
Preview items from the sale including clothing, jewelry, accessories and other glam attire on Goodwill’s blog, Cup of Goodwill. Individuals can sign up to receive blog posts at www.seattlegoodwill.org/blog.
All sales from the Glitter Sale benefit Goodwill’s free job training and education programs that help individuals in our community get the skills needed to gain employment
Shop and donate at Goodwill and help us help others.
It’s that scary time or year again! And once again, neighborhood organizations are stepping up to provide some fun —and fright— to trick-or-treaters.
The Children’s Home Society of Washington’s North Seattle Family Center and the Lake City Lions have teamed up for the 22nd annual Fright Night.
This event is fun for the entire family, especially children ages 2 to 12.
The walk takes place 5:15-6:15 pm.. You can begin the walk and pick up a map and treat bags at CHSW’s North Seattle Family Center (2611 N.E. 125th St., Suite 145 in the Lake City Professional Building) or Lake City Court Computer Lab (12536 33rd Ave. N.E., Seattle).
The walk ends with the Fright Night Party from 6:30-8 pm. at the Lake City Community Center (12531 28th Ave. N.E., Seattle). Sponsored by the Lake City Lions, the party includes games, food, crafts, costume contest, prizes and a haunted house.
Yes, you read it right. Our annual tree lighting, our Union Bank 7th Annual Tree Lighting, will be held at Lake City Community Center instead of the Lake City Mini Park. There will be cookies, cider and coffee, caroling, music and of course, Santa!
We are looking for a throne-like chair for Santa. You may have one in your attic or garage! If so, and if you would be willing to part with it, please give us a call. (We have an offer from Doran’s Upholstry to give Santa’s throne a face lift.)
Please put it on your calendar now: December 3, 7 PM, Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Avenue NE.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.363.3287.
October 17-19, 2014 Waking Persephone
An event specializing in exploring the dark and the unusual within the realm of bellydance. Over the course of 3 days, there are community gatherings, a gala show, live music performances, workshops, master classes, panel discussions, vending, an after party ball, and more.
Friday, October 17th:
Motif: 8:00-10pm (doors 7:30)
Motif is a community gathering experience. It combines elements of ritual, dance, workshop, music, and a whole lot of fun – everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in their own way. It is our version of a meet-and-greet, with all teachers, students, vendors, and the general public welcome to experience it. $10 in advance, $15 door. (Lake City CC)
October 25 9AM-5PM Very Vintage Market
Always fun on any 4th Saturday, (except in December, when it’s the 3rd Saturday). Organizer Angela Mordy transforms the Center into a French-style flea market, (think Shabby Chic). Beautiful to see, fun to attend. Great prices, too.
October 31 6:30-8:30 PM FRIGHT NIGHT!
The Lake City Lions take over the building with pizza & games plus a (not too) haunted house by the Lake City Vigilantes. This event is perfect for the under 12 set.
Today, Thursday, October 2nd, is the final day of the 2014 farmers market season. But don’t worry, it’s not the end of tasty food-centric events in the neighborhood. At the market, Lake City Future First is kicking off its “World Of Tastes in the Heart of Lake City” business support program.
The goal of the program is to support our diverse neighborhood food establishments, and to help community members discover some of the offerings here in Lake City. “We want to support our local establishments and enhance our economic development model to both retain and attract businesses,” said an announcement from the organization. Info follows:
We want to strengthen all the ties within our community and connecting you to some of our fantastic food offerings here in Lake City in a meaningful way will further our growing sense of community and place.
Let those business owners that you are familiar with know that you are glad they took part and use this as an opportunity to visit the places you had been meaning to check out but hadn’t found the time.
How Does It Work? Simply stop into any one of our participating businesses to pick up a passport and get started. Visit all seven locations and make your purchase to receive your stamp. Purchase a single entrée from a participating restaurant or spend $10.00 at one of the specialty markets and earn a stamp from each location. Once you have completed the passport with all seven stamps, return it to the Kaffeeklatsch by October 31, 2014 and you will automatically be entered to win our grand prize. One winner will be chosen at random and notified via the contact information they provided on the card within 24 hours of the drawing.
Who is participating? The following restaurants and markets are taking part in our first effort:
Mania Manila / Elliot Bay Brewing Co. / Pho An / Erawan Bankok Thai / Lake City Gyros / Beer Authority / Kaffeeklatsch
The generous prizes and additional support through donations to cover costs associated with the passport are provided by Two Dog Yoga – Kaffeeklatsch – Elliot Bay Brewing – Print Fusion
What can I win? $50 Gift Cards to both Kaffeeklatsch and Elliot Bay – 5 Free Yoga Sessions at Two Dog Yoga (over $100 value) and a $50 VISA gift card.
Don’t see your favorite spot on the list? We had so many wonderful businesses to choose from and not all were able to take part at this time. Let your favorites know that you would love to see them get involved next time.
Please join us in engaging with our business community by participating in the first of what we hope will be an ongoing support program.
Lake City-based Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) works to bring food to local families and now seniors through its Healthy HIP Packs Program, meal programs, and by advocating for our hungry neighbors.
On Sunday, September 28th, Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is hosting its first annual HIP Fest to increase awareness and support for its vital work. HIP is a Lake City-based anti-hunger organization that provides nutritious meals, basic cooking skills, and nutrition education to families, children and seniors in the north Seattle area.
HIP Fest will take place at the Lake City Community Center (12531 28th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125) from 1-4pm and will be a fun family event featuring games, a raffle, a cake walk and delicious food. Admission is a suggested donation of $5 per person and will include food. Tickets can be purchased at the event for games, cake walk and raffle entries. Raffle prizes include passes to Woodland Park Zoo, EMP passes, a tour of KEXP studios, box seats to the Everett AquaSox, Two Dog Yoga classes, goodies from the Lake City Farmers Market, gift card to Kaffeeklatsch, and more. A special thank you to our sponsors – Union Bank, QFC, Lake City Lions, and North Seattle Chamber of Commerce – for their generous support of this event.
HIP has been fighting hunger in Seattle since 1998. We’re actively working with our community partners to end hunger in Lake City. HIP’s staff and 90+ volunteers lead cooking demonstrations at North Helpline Food Bank each week, teaching easy and delicious recipes. During the summer you can find HIP in local parks and playgrounds serving fresh, healthy and free lunches and snacks for kids and teens. During the school year, we put together Healthy HIP Packs, a weekend food program that makes sure kids at risk of hunger at John Rogers, Viewlands, Olympic Hills and Briarcrest Elementary schools have food to eat when out of school. All year long, seniors can enjoy HIP’s nutritious weekly meal every Monday at the Lake City Community Center. This fall we’ll be partnering with the Lake City Library to offer free afterschool snacks to kids and teens in partnership with their Homework Help program.
Come celebrate the start of the school year and the harvest season with your local community at HIP Fest! For more information about HIP Fest and to see our programs in action, visit www.hungerintervention.org.