“Wheel” presented by Silver Kite Intergenerational Theatre Company

“Wheel,” an original theatre / storytelling event created and performed by Silver Kite’s Intergenerational Theatre Company.  

“Wheel” will premiere at the George Center for Community (2212 NE 125th Street, Seattle) on February 19 (7:00pm) and February 20 (2pm & 7:00pm).
“Wheel” explores the themes of cycles, relationships, and travel through storytelling, movement, and drama.
The performances at George will be followed by an interactive discussion with the cast.

Tickets are available on Brown Paper Tickets: General ($15 advanced / $17.50 at the door) and Students & Seniors ($10 advanced / $12.50 at the door).  You can buy tickets here:  http://silverkitewheel.bpt.me 

For more information about Silver Kite’s Intergenerational Theatre Company please visit our website:  http://www.silverkite.us/#!intergenerational-theatre/c1rob.

Townsquared Launching in Lake City

Townsquared-300x289Townsquared is the free, private online network where verified neighborhood business owners and staff share advice and resources. (It works similar to Nextdoor, an online program for individuals in a neighborhood.)

We will be inviting each Chamber Member to join Townsquared. As part of the signup process, you, as a Chamber Member, will also become members of the neighborhood where your business resides. Non-Members are absolutely invited to participate.

Click here for more information on how Townsquared can be a “plus” for your business!

Melissa and Ahmad of Townsquared Seattle will be physically available to meet and help us as we launch our community.

Feel free to reach out to them directly with any questions as well:

Melissa Peterman melissa@townsqd.com
Ahmad El-Najjar ahmad@townsqd.com

We will be kicking off Townsquared in North Seattle with a networking happy hour at:

Elliott Bay Brewing Co.
February 18th

Sponsored by

The Townsquared team will be there of course to personally answer any questions that you have.

Take the Fred Meyer Park Survey- Deadline extended to Feb. 26

Where are we now?
The results of the 2015 community input process for the green space owned by the Fred Meyer Corporation on 130th and Lake City Way have been compiled, and the key design concepts identified. Integrated Site Design (ISD), a local design firm, was hired by LCFF to create design recommendations for the site based on the survey feedback.
ISD has provided two wonderful visions that truly demonstrate the potential of the space.
Please contact Chris Leverson, Dire



Mayor Speaks on Homelessness Live Tuesday Night

ed-murrayTonight, the Mayor will take a seldom used and extraordinary step of giving a live televised address to the people of Seattle on one of the most challenging issues facing the city: homelessness.   The Administration has worked tirelessly to address this multi-dimensional issue, while at the same time, homelessness also invokes strong emotional reactions coupled with very divergent views about how best to tackle the problem.  This evening, the Mayor will frame the challenges we face as a community, offer his thoughts on how we must proceed and provide a call-to-action for all of us.

The Mayor’s address will be live from Mary’s Place beginning at 7:30 p.m.  It will be aired on Seattle Channel (Channel 21 on Comcast & Wave) and streamed at: http://www.seattlechannel.org/live