Local Artist, Lynn DeBeal Unveils Her Wonderful Mural Done with Area Youth
|Event type||Library Program|
|Where||Lake City Branch|
|Room Location||Meeting Room|
|Audience||Kids & Families|
|Summary||Join us for a family friendly celebration of Lunar New Year–the year of the Dog! Enjoy stories and crafts and treats. Traditional dress is encouraged! Potluck dishes encouraged, too.|
|Description||Lake City Future First is our partner in this. Community members are invited to help plan the event, bring food, and help with decorations. Contact Librarian Nancy P to participate in planning!|
|Notes||Library events and programs are free and everyone is welcome. Registration is not required.|
|Contact Info||Lake City Branch 206-684-7518 or Ask a Librarian|
|Room Capacity||Space is limited at library events. Please come early to make sure you get a seat. Due to the fire code, we can’t exceed the maximum capacity for our rooms.|
LCFF wrapped up our Community Conversations with a wonderful celebration including great food from Kaffeeklatsch and Manila Manila, the lovely piano work of John Garlington and the honoring of a few well deserving individuals. Several of our past Community Conversation participants were on hand to answer questions and engage with attendants.
In addition to a wrap up of the 2017 Community Conversation we also gave out awards to some of our stellar community members.
Sandy Motzer, LCNA chair, awarded Peggy Hernandez the “Chuck Dickey” Community Service award for all the amazing work Peggy has done in the Community.
LCFF awarded our “Small Business of the Year” award to Annie Stocker of Two Dog Yoga. LCFF also recognized the outstanding commitment and dedication of Molly Burke of the Lake City Farmer’s Market.
Please be on the look out for our Community Conversations in 2018 as we continue our dedication to informing, engaging and empowering the Lake City Community.
Join neighbors in a celebration of YOUR community. Lake City Future First will present its final Community Conversation of 2017 with a FREE celebration complete with food, music and ways to engage in your Lake City community. Participants from past Conversations will be on-hand to share their programs and how you can get involved. Doors open at 6:30 pm at the Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th AVE NE, Seattle, with free food provided by Lake City restaurants.
Please bring a donation of socks, whole grain cereals, canned tuna, chicken, tomato sauces or peanut butter to support your neighbors via North Helpline.
Wednesday, December 16th – 6:30-8pm – Lake City Community Center
The Conversation is a great place to find out what local organizations are doing to improve Lake City and how you can volunteer to help their efforts. The following organizations will provide information about how to connect with your northeast Seattle community:
Hunger Intervention Program
Imagine Lake City
Lake City Farmers Market
Lake City Future First
Lake City Emergency Hub
Lake City Summer Festival
Lake City Taskforce on Homelessness
Lake City Youth Leadership Program
Mennonite Church/God’s Lil’ Acre
North Seattle Family Center
Seattle Parks & Recreation
Seattle Police Safe Place
Please join Seattle Parks and Recreation and
the Latino community of Lake City, for a wonderful
wintertime concert! Hot beverages and hand warmers
provided. Rain or shine. Dress for the weather and
Get ready to have some fun!
Volunteer support provided by Familias
Adelante and Lake City Young Leaders
CONCIERTO CON “EL MARIACHI MONARCAS”
3p.m. Parque Albert Davis
(Junto a la biblioteca de Lake City)
Seattle Parks and Recreation y la
comunidad latina de Lake City, ¡te
invitan a un maravilloso concierto de
Se ofrecerán bebidas calientes y calentadores para
manos. Llueva o truene. Vengan abrigados y alístense para
divertirse! Apoyo de voluntarios proporcionado por Familias Adelante y
Lake City Young Leaders ¿Sabías que en el 2011
la UNESCO inscribió al Mariachi en la Lista Representativa del Patrimonio Cultural
Inmaterial de la Humanidad?