Lake City Home Based Business Fair

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:

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.

 

What Is Resilience

 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

Funding for Wintertime Community Events

Funding Opportunity Through

Arts in Parks Program

What: Funding for Winter Community Events in City of Seattle parks.

Amount: up to $1,000.

Application Deadline: by 5 p.m. Friday, November 18, 2016.

Events must be completed by Tuesday, December 27, 2016.

Contact: Randy.Wiger@seattle.gov or 206-684-0775.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Seattle Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce a funding opportunity for wintertime events in city parks. Individuals and community groups can request up to $1,000 in funding for events that have a significant arts component and which engage underserved communities. The events must be completed by late December 2016, and awardees must submit a final invoice with receipts and accompanying documentation by Tuesday, December 27, 2016.

The Arts in Parks Program is an opportunity for the city to invest in the vibrant cultural work being done in and by diverse communities throughout Seattle. This pilot program supports neighborhood arts councils and community-based groups that are seeking to activate Seattle Parks with new and established festivals or events that promote arts and cultural participation, celebrate our diversity, build community connections, through arts and culture while connecting with underserved communities including immigrant and refugee communities, communities of color, low-income communities and LGBTQ communities. Continue reading “Funding for Wintertime Community Events”