Good news! A longtime member is hosting the potluck for the first time. RSVP and get the member's name and address.
Show up for a relaxing and fun evening with good friends and good neighbors. We'll coordinate dishes, a little bit, so that we don't end up with 20 pumpkin pies and zero green salads. (Hm, come to think of it, that might not be a bad potluck at all ...)
Got an unfinished project lying about, driving you crazy? Here's our chance to get together and commit to getting them done! Bring your project and join in, whether it's an unfinished email, a crochet project, a scrapbook or just sewing a button back on a shirt. We have sewing machines available if you need them, plus room to set up your laptop, or comfy chairs, hot tea, and companionship.
Let's go see this together! Afterward we can enjoy some conversation over a snack or meal.
THEY GOT THE BEAT! Join us this holiday for a fairy-tale celebration of love and acceptance in this raucous royal family “vacation,” HEAD OVER HEELS. Venture to the forest with the royals of Arcadia on a quest to save their beloved kingdom after they learn of an Oracle’s prophecy of doom, all while moovin’ and groovin’ to the music of The Go-Go’s in this exuberant Elizabethan-inspired musical!
From the visionaries who rocked Broadway with AVENUE Q, SPRING AWAKENING, and HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, James Magruder and Tony award-winning writer Jeff Whitty weave the iconic music of the all-female 80’s rock band The
Go-Go’s with the Elizabethan romance, The Arcadia. HEAD OVER HEELS is anything but old-fashioned as a fresh contemporary musical with a profoundly queer heart, a joyous and delightful narrative that will sweep you off your feet.
The Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy (VSHSL) will host a community planning session to receive feedback and share plans for an upcoming funding opportunity related to the development of senior virtual villages. The funding will support the creation of virtual villages or organizations like virtual villages to support people to age well in their communities. More information about this strategy can be found on page 94 of the VSHSL Implementation Plan https://www.kingcounty.gov/~/media/depts/community-human-services/VHS-Levy/VSHSL%20Planning/VSHSL_Implementation_Plan_-_Passed_-_Sans_Line_Numbering.ashx?la=en.