Trees for Seattle in Partnership with Forterra
Saturday, February 10
10 am – 12 pm
Meeting Place: Jackson Park Golf Course
Parking Lot (NE 135th St and 11th Ave NE)
Come spend your Saturday morning with Tree
Ambassador Vinnie and Roslyn as they take you
through the first section of this three-part hike on the
Jackson Park Trail. Learn some interesting facts
about the trail as well the native, non-native and
This is section contains steep hills and muddy
terrain, so please wear appropriate footwear.
Lake City Job Fair
April 19, 2018 – 1-4 PM
Seattle Mennonite Church
3120 NE 125th St., Seattle, WA 98125
North Seattle Family Resource Center will be partnering along with Lake City Future First, WorkSource, Literary Source, North Seattle College, Seattle Jobs Initiative, Seattle Parks and other organizations to host an employment and education fair.
For more information or if you would like to be involved, contact Cossette: cossette.woo@chs-wa
The following is information from the Northeast Seattle Tool Library
“Dear NESTL Members Past and Present,
We are incredibly happy to announce that we have a new home! We have agreed in principle to lease the bottom half of the LaVilla dairy building at 10228 Fischer Pl NE, just east of Lake City Way, north of NE 98th. This space has many great features, including room for a dedicated shop space, extra space for tool storage, and plenty of parking. The upstairs office space will be leased by CB Construction, with whom we look forward to collaborating. Continue reading “Northeast Seattle Tool Library Finds New Home”
Do you have a home based business in Lake City?
If you are interested in sharing your home based business as part of a free “Fair” with your neighbors please take this brief survey:
If you run a home based business in Lake City, Lake City Future First would like to connect with you. Plans are underway for a home based business fair in April of 2018 with details to be finalized soon. The brief survey above will help to determine interest and participation. LCFF would like to help the many home based business in our neighborhood connect with the broader Community. Those that complete the survey will be contacted before the end of January 2018 with event details.
How can communities increase resilience and why would they want to?
Join LCFF and local resident, West Latta, for the first in a series of workshops to explore the fundamental concepts of community resilience and use them as a lens to examine the many challenges we face today and in the future. From environment to economy, the local and the bio-regional, we’ll make connections, explore systems and discover how to make our communities stronger, more adaptive, and ready to face the full scope of social, environmental and economic challenges equitably and sustainable.
Sunday, January 14, 2018
1:30 – 3PM – Lake City Library Conference Room
Please RSVP to Director@lakecityfuturefirst.org