Don’t Miss the Next Community Conversation on Emergency Preparedness
Are you prepared for an emergency? Do you know how to access water safe to drink or how to manage sanitation? How is your emergency kit looking? Lake City Future First, in partnership with the Lake City Emergency Communication Hub will help you get prepared on Wednesday, November 15th at a free Community Conversation held at the Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Ave NE, Seattle.
Doors open at 6:30 pm with free food from Villa Verdi (12360 Lake City Way Ne Seattle, WA 98125). At 7:00 pm attendees will learn about the Lake City Emergency Communication Hub from Lake City Hub Captain Sandy Motzer. The Lake City Hub is located at Fred Meyer in the SE corner of the lower parking lot. During a disaster emergency when most forms of communication fail, community members would gather at the Hub to exchange information, needs, and resources in order to help ourselves, knowing it could be days or weeks before City services are available.
Following the Hub presentation attendees will visit three ‘How to’ demonstrations:
- Purify Water – Lake City Emergency Communication Hub
- Manage Sanitation – Ann Forrest, Victory Heights Hub Cap
- Manage Utilities – Matt Auflick, Office of Emergency Management
The Hub will also have an Amateur (Ham) radio display table with information about the importance of Amateur radio in a disaster and how you can obtain a license – Susanna Cunningham, WB7CON, Hub Cap, and Member, Auxiliary Communication Services
Information from the following organizations will also be available to assist with emergency preparedness:SNAP (Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare)/Block Watch
American Red Cross, emergency kit preparation
World Dance Returns to LC
- Turkish, Lebanese and Persian dances
- Dances from Mexico, India, China, Ethiopia and the U.S.
- Children’s dances
- The Limbo and the Electric Slide
- The Cha Cha
- And other fun dances from around the world!
This event is organized by: Children’s Home Society of Washington/North Seattle Family Resource Center; Seattle Public Library; Hunger Intervention Program; Lake City Future First; Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lake City Youth Leaders, Lake City Seniors and community residents.
Join Us on Wednesday’s Starting June 7th for LCFF’s Concert Series
Lake City Future First is proud to bring back our 2nd Annual “Music in the Mini Park” concert series to the plaza on 125th and LCW. The series is brought to you in part through the “Put Arts In the Park” grant initiative from the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture. http://www.seattle.gov/arts/arts-in-parks
Performances are free to the public and we have a great line-up this year running for 10 weeks every Wednesday until August 9th.
Performances start at 6PM
Continue reading for this year’s schedule
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World Dance comes to NE Seattle
November 18th from 6-9PM
Meadowbrook Community Center
View Flyer Here – Flyer
Join Children’s Home Society/North Seattle Family Resource Center, LCFF, Sound Generations/LC Seniors, the Lake City Library, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and Seattle Parks and Rec for our first annual “World Dance” event. There will be free food, prizes, resource tables and instruction on dances from all over the world.
Call (206) 364-7930 for more information.
Visit the North Seattle Family Resource Center Facebook page – NSFRC Facebook
“This project is funded by the Seattle Park District’s Recreation for All Initiative”.