GREENWOOD-PHINNEY RIDGE: Food, Fun & Community

Tuesday January 23rd, 2018

|Recognize this wall?|If you have not been to North Star Diner for breakfast, lunch or dinner, then you are missing out! The food, service and ambiance are as good as this wall of astronauts, which you will also find there. Add North Star Diner & Shanghai Room to your bucket list. ... See MoreSee Less

|Recognize this wall?|

If you have not been to North Star Diner for breakfast, lunch or dinner, then you are missing out!  The food, service and ambiance are as good as this wall of astronauts, which you will also find there.  Add North Star Diner & Shanghai Room to your bucket list.

Tuesday January 23rd, 2018

|Haha, no thank you|Seattle's GeekWire reports on the new store conceived Inside Amazon in South Lake Union. Looks great if you love your food packaged in plastic. Overall, setting aside the technological interest, it seems like a lot of trouble and investment to avoid hiring a few cashiers and to keep people out of local restaurants.

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Live at Amazon Go opening in Seattle
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GeekWire

Monday January 22nd, 2018

|Salud to Salsa Verde!|Do you love salsa verde? We have it on good authority that the place for you to visit in Greenwood is HECHO. Salud!We will be closed Sunday the 24th and Monday the 25th for Christmas. Happy Holidays everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

|Salud to Salsa Verde!|

Do you love salsa verde?  We have it on good authority that the place for you to visit in Greenwood is HECHO.  Salud!

Sunday January 21st, 2018

|Nothing like a Winter Storm on the Pacific|If you have never seen the Pacific Ocean during a winter storm, then add Cape Disappointment State Park, Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau Discover Ilwaco, Westport, Washington and Ocean Shores, Washington on your bucket list. It takes anywhere from 2.5 to 4.5 hours to reach the ocean from Seattle by car and worth every minute.

Cannon Beach Surf
After checking the surf at Indian, took a stop over at the main parking lot to see what was hitting the Tillamook Head Lighthouse.... quick video, wind was howling, got pushed around by it, but wow!Here is a link to KATU's report on the Oregon Coast, Cannon Beach was featured, and some of our pictures from Cannon Beach Fire & Rescue was used! Good job Chief Benedict on the interview.katu.com/news/local/oregon-coast-braces-for-winter-storm-warnings-issued
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Cannon Beach Surf

Saturday January 20th, 2018

LOL! Thanks to Seattle's own French Truly, a favorite of local Francophiles. For a taste of France nearby, head to Copine (Ballard), Cafe Campagne (Downtown), Pomerol Restaurant (Fremont), Cafe De Paris Restaurant (Edmonds) or the new Joli (Phinney).|Can you tell the difference?|Just to clear things up...Thanks to Gary White @prydwen3 ... See MoreSee Less

LOL!  Thanks to Seattles own French Truly, a favorite of local Francophiles.  

For a taste of France nearby, head to Copine (Ballard), Cafe Campagne (Downtown), Pomerol Restaurant (Fremont), Cafe De Paris Restaurant (Edmonds) or the new Joli (Phinney).

|Can you tell the difference?|

Saturday January 20th, 2018

Here is the movie lineup for this weekend at Majestic Bay Theatres in nearby Ballard. Grab a cupcake next door at Cupcake Royale or a margarita across the street at Matador Restaurants.Learn more about this beloved movie theatre at: eatballard.com/establishment/majestic-bay-theatres/|Rainy Weekend Ahead - Movie Time?|Here is the movie lineup for this weekend at Majestic Bay Theatres in nearby Ballard. Grab a cupcake next door at Cupcake Royale or a pint of fresh local brew at Ballard Beer Company.Learn more about this beloved movie theatre at: eatballard.com/establishment/majestic-bay-theatres/|Rainy Weekend and Week Ahead - Movie Time?| ... See MoreSee Less

Here is the movie lineup for this weekend at Majestic Bay Theatres in nearby Ballard.  Grab a cupcake next door at Cupcake Royale or a margarita across the street at Matador Restaurants.

Learn more about this beloved movie theatre at: http://eatballard.com/establishment/majestic-bay-theatres/

|Rainy Weekend Ahead - Movie Time?|

Thursday January 18th, 2018

|Daffodils and Valentine's Day Just Around the Corner|The first daffodils of the season warm the heart - the ones here were pictured today at The Dunn Gardens north of Ballard. If you have never been to The Dunn Gardens, then add them to your bucket list and check out their Valentine's Dinner in Dunn Gardens ($75) - so romantic and beautiful. Check it!We are not at the host stage yet but the first daffodils of the season surely fills the heart with pleasure and makes it dance.I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud WILLIAM WORDSWORTHI wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. The waves beside them danced; but they Out-did the sparkling waves in glee: A poet could not but be gay, In such a jocund company: I gazed—and gazed—but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought: For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude; And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils. ... See MoreSee Less

|Daffodils and Valentines Day Just Around the Corner|

The first daffodils of the season warm the heart - the ones here were pictured today at The Dunn Gardens north of Ballard.  If you have never been to The Dunn Gardens, then add them to your bucket list and check out their Valentines Dinner in Dunn Gardens ($75) - so romantic and beautiful.  Check it!

Wednesday January 17th, 2018

There is no single recipe for this spicy tea. Green cardamom is one of the most expensive spices available, after saffron and vanilla - it is often the boldest flavor in chai. Try it in Greenwood at the popular Morning Glory Chai. Namaste!|How do you like your masala chai?|Who gives you feel like CHAI? <3 ... See MoreSee Less

There is no single recipe for this spicy tea.  Green cardamom is one of the most expensive spices available, after saffron and vanilla - it is often the boldest flavor in chai.  Try it in Greenwood at the popular Morning Glory Chai.  Namaste!

|How do you like your masala chai?|

Tuesday January 16th, 2018

The Angry Beaver in Greenwood is the place nearby to catch an NHL game. With a renovated interior following gas explosion and Seattle as a contender for NHL team, a visit to the Beaver is one for your bucket list! www.angrybeaverseattle.com/|When you think hockey, think Beaver|The kid's alright. 😎 ... See MoreSee Less

The Angry Beaver in Greenwood is the place nearby to catch an NHL game.  With a renovated interior following gas explosion and Seattle as a contender for NHL team, a visit to the Beaver is one for your bucket list!  http://www.angrybeaverseattle.com/

|When you think hockey, think Beaver|

Monday January 15th, 2018

|Raise a glass to the Cranberries|Discover more about The Cranberries here: www.udiscovermusic.com/artists/the-cranberries/ Listen to more from The Cranberries: thecranberries... ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday January 13th, 2018

Oliver's Twist on Greenwood Avenue, a local favorite, provides an intimate setting for food and libations in this tapas style bar. It's 21 and over only - open evenings (closed Sunday). Perfect getaway for a tryst. |Head to Phinney for a Tryst with a Twist| ... See MoreSee Less

Olivers Twist on Greenwood Avenue, a local favorite, provides an intimate setting for food and libations in this tapas style bar.  Its 21 and over only - open evenings (closed Sunday).  Perfect getaway for a tryst.  

|Head to Phinney for a Tryst with a Twist|

Thursday January 11th, 2018

Don't Miss Out! Each January, bald eagles flock to the Skagit Valley, about 1.5 hours north of Seattle along I-5. It is a sight to behold and one of the area's greatest day-long wildlife outings. It's easy to find and follow with the help of Skagit River Interpretive Center website at: skagiteagle.org/There are organized events through January. See website for details.|January is month to see the Eagles - a true self-guided safari experience! |Come visit the eagles - before they go home! ... See MoreSee Less

Dont Miss Out!  Each January, bald eagles flock to the Skagit Valley, about 1.5 hours north of Seattle along I-5.  It is a sight to behold and one of the areas greatest day-long wildlife outings.  Its easy to find and follow with the help of Skagit River Interpretive Center website at: https://skagiteagle.org/

There are organized events through January.  See website for details.

|January is month to see the Eagles - a true self-guided safari experience! |

Tuesday January 23rd, 2018

|Romantic Musical Evening with Cast Iron Maidens: Feb 10| Woodland Theater invites you to a musical evening with Annie Ford and Katie Weller together as the Cast Iron Maidens and San Juan Island's John Bellows and Bret Koontz.The Cast Iron Maidens spin long-lost and tales of love and longing from forgotten pages of the early-twentieth-century American songbook, singing in charismatic sister-style harmony and accompanying themselves with expert guitar, fiddle, and saw. The duo’s repertoire, honed on the streets of Seattle in the legendary Pike Place Market, is guaranteed to melt the most solidly frozen hearts.

8:00pm - February 10thWoodland Theater, SeattleWoodland Theater is thrilled to host an evening of beautifully original singers: Annie Ford and Katie Weller together as the Cast Iron Maidens, San Juan Island's John Bellows, and Bret KoontzThe Cast Iron Maidens (Annie Ford and Katie Weller)W spin long-lost and tales of love and longing from forgotten pages of the early-twentieth-century American songbook, singng in charismatic sister-style harmony and accompanying themselves with expert guitar, fiddle, and saw. The duo’s repertoire, honed on the streets of Seattle in the legendary Pike Place Market, is guaranteed to melt the most solidly frozen hearts. Cast Iron Maidens can perform with a full PA in a large venue as easily as they can in unamplified settings.m.facebook.com/gus.clark.12/posts/1029856613728225Annie Ford (Annie Ford Band, Nu Klezmer Army, Slimpickins, Pretty Shady String Band, Eurodanceparty USA) grew up outside a small town in rural Virginia in a log cabin. A brilliant fiddler and multi-instrumentalist, Ford has worked as a studio musician and street performer across the United States for the past twenty years. The timeless, dynamic quality to her playing and singing seems to come at once from the ether and from a deep connection to the inner workings of the heart.KATIE WELLER (God’s Favorite Beefcake)Once a full-time musician, Katie Weller is a seed farmer and goat herder living in northern Vermont. In years past Katie busked on the streets of Seattle, New Orleans, and along the West Coast, and in various venues with circuses accompanying chicken slaughters. She performs with a handful of instruments, focusing mostly on guitar, musical saw, and scratch fiddle. ---JOHN BELLOWSjohnbellows.bandcamp.com/vimeo.com/240486657San Juan Island's John Bellows brings lush arrangements of songs that dive into a maelstrom of introspection and earnest honesty and emerge unscathed. Unsentimental and clear-eyed vignettes that take place on the edge of darkness."Bellows responds to alienation by getting wiser, rather than enhancing his bitterness or sadness, and this wisdom comes across nicely enough to never seem like complaining, even if the song may be ranting against older people, parents, or teachers."-Phil Diamond, Decoder Magazine----BRET KOONTZbretkoontz.bandcamp.com/releasesThese are songs that bloom into a rare balance of darkness and light, truth and entertainment."Close blends of jazz with hints of folk in a poised environment that just surpassed the renaissance, old-school, but pushing it the right way. Like the lines of privacy and secrecy, and exploring the in-between." -c monster, Tiny Mix Tapes
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Cast Iron Maidens, John Bellows, Bret Koontz
Breaking White Silence Book Groups

Breaking White Silence Book Groups

January 25th, 7:00pm - January 25th, 9:00pm+2February 1st, 7:00pm - February 1st, 9:00pmFebruary 8th, 7:00pm - February 8th, 9:00pm

Around Phinney- Greenwood

Join together as a community in small groups to explore the difficult topic of racism and “whiteness” in our society. [more dates/times available- see below]Using Dr. Robin DiAngelo’s book, “What Does It Mean to be White: Developing White Racial Literacy” to encourage personal reflection and conversation, these study groups are a first step to open up conversations about whiteness, white privilege, and racism. DiAngelo’s seminal book dissects the question: “What does it mean to be white in a society that proclaims race meaningless, yet is deeply divided by race?” In the face of pervasive racial inequality and segregation, many white people cannot answer that question. She explores this through what she terms as “white racial literacy.” (Learn more at robindiangelo.com.)The study groups are geared to adults of all ages. Middle school and high school students are also welcome. Although all are encouraged to purchase the book, there are some available to borrow.There are three groups available: -Thursday evenings, Jan 4-Feb 8-Every other Sunday afternoon, Feb 11-Apr 8-Every other Wednesday afternoon, Jan 10-Mar 7Space is limited.PRE-REGISTRATION FOR A GROUP IS REQUIRED. Get group locations & registration info at: phinneycenter.org/exploring-racial-literacy/Questions? Contact Cecily at cecily@phinneycenter.org or 206.297.0875.The Breaking White Silence project is part of PNA's Difficult Conversations series to encourage dialogue in our community.... See MoreSee Less

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The Art of Kayaking with Nigel Foster

The Art of Kayaking with Nigel Foster

January 25th, 7:00pm - January 25th, 8:30pm

Phinney Neighborhood Association
6532 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA  98103 Map

Enjoy a slide show presentation with Nigel Foster, a world-renowned kayaker from England, a designer of kayaks, and an instructor. He has written several books, his latest being The Art of Kayaking. If you’re a kayaker, you may pick up a few tips. If you’re not, you’ll still find plenty to entertain you. nigelkayaks.comLocation: Phinney Center Blue Building, Room 6Cost: FreePhoto by Richard Ohman, via creative commons www.flickr.com/photos/64766060@N05/5899889113/... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Hour with PCC Farmland Trust and Wild Hare Organic Farm

Happy Hour with PCC Farmland Trust and Wild Hare Organic Farm

January 26th, 4:00pm - January 26th, 7:00pm

Patagonia Ballard | 5443 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107-4052, United States Map

Join Patagonia Ballard for a farmland and food-centric happy hour with Washington farmland restoration, preservation and stewardship organization, PCC Farmland Trust!We'll have Wild Hare Organic Farm owners, Katie and Mark Green here who "aim to protect the family-farm tradition of their historic property, promote the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model, and grow uncommonly delicious and nutritious food."Hang out and learn about PCC Farmland Trust and Wild Hare Farm's hard work, opportunities to get involved, chat about the role farmland preservation plays in sustainable local food systems and enjoy a drink with us!PCC Farmland Trust friends (and Patagonia Ballard's favorite neighbors) Hot Cakes will be sharing their signature dessert with folks throughout the evening! Don't miss this great opportunity to engage with your local food system in a new way! All donations from the evening benefit PCC Farmland Trust.... See MoreSee Less

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Pancake Breakfast & Annual Meeting

Pancake Breakfast & Annual Meeting

January 27th, 9:00am - January 27th, 10:30am

Phinney Neighborhood Association
6532 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA  98103 Map

Join us for pancakes and mimosas as we celebrate the successes of 2017 with and elect the PNA Board of Directors. Breakfast is served from 9-9:45; program begins at 9:45 am. To volunteer, contact Alex at alexg@phinneycenter.org.(PS: later the same day, come to the King County Seed Library's Seed Swap, also in the Community Hall!)

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Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center

Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center

January 27th, 10:00am - January 27th, 4:00pm

Skagit River Interpretive Center
52809 Rockport Park Rd
Rockport, WA  98283 Map

The Eagle Center provides education about bald eagles during the peak of eagle migration and salmon spawning on the Skagit River in the form of guided walks, local eagle watching information, presentations by a variety of experts, and school programs. open Sat. and Sun. for schedules visit skagiteagle.org

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Great Seattle Seed Swap - King County Seed Library

Great Seattle Seed Swap - King County Seed Library

January 27th, 1:00pm - January 27th, 4:00pm

Phinney Neighborhood Association
6532 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA  98103 Map

Will you grow heirlooms in your garden this year? Get seeds of these “plants with character” at the annual King County Seed Library Seed Swap and grow some history.At the swap’s short workshops, learn to save your own seeds so you can share them with friends – and make a deposit next year to the seed library housed at PNA's Tool Library.If you have seeds to share, bring them to the Swap! We’re looking for edible garden seed from growers who got seed from us or just want to share extra seed they bought or saved.All are welcome! Location: Phinney Center Brick Building, Community HallTo contribute:-Please share only seeds of edible plants that your fellow gardeners would grow from seed, such as annual vegetables, herbs and edible flowers.-If donating packaged seed, it should be organic or open-pollinated, plant types that will produce seed true to the stated variety. ---Heirlooms are by definition open-pollinated.-If donating home-saved seed, please winnow and clean it off the stems or stalks as much as possible and bring only the seed.-If you can’t clean it in advance, plan to spend some time cleaning it at the swap. We will have screens and buckets available.-All shared seed should be fresh, within three years of purchase or saving.-Please label all donations with seed type, variety if known, and year it was grown/saved.It’s great if you have seeds to share, but it is not required. All are welcome at the Seed Swap.For more information about the Seed Library, visit kingcoseed.org.... See MoreSee Less

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Local Songwriter Showcase w/ Ford, Garrett, Rhodes, Wright

Local Songwriter Showcase w/ Ford, Garrett, Rhodes, Wright

January 27th, 7:30pm - January 27th, 10:00pm

Seattle Folklore Society At Phinney Neighborhood Center
Seattle, WA  98103 Map

PNA Brick Building (lower)6532 Phinney Ave. NSeattle, WA 98103Tickets: sfs-songwriter-2018.brownpapertickets.com/ or 1-800-838-3006More Info: www.seafolklore.org or (206) 923-8923Seattle Folklore Society presents a special evening featuring four local songwriters:Never mind ANNIE FORD's rural pedigree: literally born in a log cabin and raised in rural Virginia, where she spent her days chopping wood and hanging clothes on the line; she hit the highway early and left her small-town environs behind, landing in Seattle's burgeoning Americana scene after a stop in New Orleans. With a backstory like that, it's practically a given that she would emerge sounding so rustic and resolute, with a voice both seasoned and assured. Ford paid dues playing fiddle in the service of others and busking for ten years at Pike Place Market, and has toured nationally and been featured on several local albums and compilations of local. Although fiddle is her mainstay, she also plays banjo, guitar, piano, washtub bass, ukulele, accordion, and viola. Currently she fronts and writes songs for the Annie Ford Band and plays in other projects such as Eurodance Party USA, Nu Klezmer Army, The Puddle Stompers, The Lonely Coast, and occasional appearances with the Corespondents.anniefordband.bandcamp.comREGGIE GARRETT is the purveyor of a unique urban strain of (mostly) acoustic music incorporating a number of diverse influences. As a songwriter, Garrett's specialty is creating and enhancing a mood, and Dirty Linen has compared him to legends Richie Havens and Bill Withers. He has five CD releases to his credit, the most recent being 2014's "Something New."www.reggiegarrett.comJ.R. RHODES believes that music heals and that love is real, traversing blues, jazz, folk, and rock with quiet intensity to share this with her audience. As a youngster she skipped class to stay home and learn new instruments, later earning a degree in music composition from Wesleyan University, where jazz luminaries Bill Lowe and Anthony Braxton were favorite teachers. Rhodes has collaborated with musicians including Matt Chamberlain (David Bowie), Brad Houser (Edie Brickell & New Bohemians), Mike Dillon (Ani DiFranco), Eyvind Kang (Bill Frisell), Jessica Lurie, Keith Lowe (Fiona Apple), Amy Denio, Jessika Kenney, and Skerik. Her just-released CD, "I Am," takes listeners into love and then heartache, through rebirth, and, finally, into freedom.www.jrrecordingco.comNELSON WRIGHT has spent his musical life digging deep into American roots music. An award-winning songwriter, his guitar-work has earned comparisons with Mississippi John Hurt and Dave Van Ronk, his writing to early Bob Dylan and John Prine. Wright's most recent project, "Orphans & Relics," was a Roots Music Report Top-100 Folk Album, with one reviewer describing it as "like listening to a plate of T Bone Burnett." His current drug of choice is caffeine.www.nelsonwright.com... See MoreSee Less

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Winter Fabric Sale of Your Dreams

Winter Fabric Sale of Your Dreams

January 28th, 11:00am - January 28th, 5:00pm

Seattle ReCreative
8408 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA  98103 Map

Early bird admission at 11, for $5 donation. Open at noon to the public.All yardage will be $1/yd, all types and sizes. Fill-a-bag deals on scraps, some notions will be on sale and sewing patterns will be on super clearance. So schedule your day off, plan your carpools, mark your calendars, but don't miss out! This is gonna be a good one!... See MoreSee Less

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Civil Rights Pilgrimage Reflections

Civil Rights Pilgrimage Reflections

January 28th, 2:00pm - January 28th, 4:00pm

Greenwood Senior Center
525 N 85th St
Seattle, WA  98103 Map

Hear about the Project Pilgrimage’s Fall 2017 civil rights pilgrimage to the Deep South from local community participants. Project Pilgrimage builds interracial and intergenerational community, in Washington State and beyond, by studying, understanding, and gaining inspiration from transformational movements and individuals. Visit projectpilgrimage.org for more information. Sponsored by PNA’s Breaking White Silence ProjectLocation: Greenwood Senior Center, 525 N 85th StFree.... See MoreSee Less

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Cine City: Monthly Film Screening

Cine City: Monthly Film Screening

January 28th, 7:00pm - January 28th, 9:00pm

Cine City is now a MONTHLY SCREENING! Thanks for helping us grow!Produced by nonprofit and advocate for local Washington Film Ardor Creative Media this monthly screening showcases local films.Every month Cine City will screen a block of films, which you will vote for to compete in November at Cine City Best Of 2018.A BIG THANK YOU! to this month's lead sponsor Shepherd Family Chiropractic! This month our event is hosted by the hilarious Jeffrey Robert.Our Participating filmmakers are:Jesse Torres "Shades of Love"@Pat Fiphel "Holiday"Andy Volk "No Stars"Mark Davidek "Come Home"Haus des Rodriguez "Smack and Serve"Trivia will be Sponsored by Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts CouncilWe would like to thank Seattle ReCreative for all our business supplies through the small business supply program. Tickets are $8 in advanced on EventBrite:www.eventbrite.com/e/cine-city-monthly-local-film-screening-tickets-41982260070and $10 at the door.Please arrive 30 minutes before the event Naked City Brewery & Taphouse will be serving food and libations during the screening. Event is 18+... See MoreSee Less

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Susan Wise Bauer - Rethinking School

Susan Wise Bauer - Rethinking School

January 30th, 7:30pm - January 30th, 8:45pm

Phinney Neighborhood Association
6532 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA  98103 Map

Town Hall Seattle and Phinney Neighborhood Association presentSusan Wise BauerRethinking School: How to Take Charge of Your Child’s EducationModern educators have expressed dissatisfaction with our current K-12 school system. Many claim that it prioritizes only a single way of understanding, pushes children into a rigid set of grades with little regard for individual maturity, and slaps “disability” labels over differences in learning style. And when the children struggle, schools pressure parents into “fixing” their children rather than questioning the system.With boldness, experience, and humor, education expert Susan Wise Bauer turns conventional wisdom on its head: when a serious problem arises at school, the fault more likely lies with the school (or the educational system itself) rather than with the child. Bauer invites us to examine the traditional K-12 school structure with her book Rethinking School: How to Take Charge of Your Child’s Education. She offers trenchant criticisms of its weaknesses and a wealth of advice for parents of children whose difficulties may stem from learning differences, maturity differences, and toxic classroom environments. Join Bauer for a discussion of best practices in sane, humane parenting―negotiating the twelve-grade school system in a way that nurtures and protects our children’s minds, emotions, and spirits.Susan Wise Bauer is an educator and academic who taught at the College of William & Mary in Virginia for fifteen years and has worked with parents and students for over two decades. She is the author of the classic book on homeschooling, The Well-Trained Mind, as well as other previous best-selling titles for Norton including The Well-Educated Mind, The Story of Western Science, and the History of the World series.Presented by Phinney Neighborhood Association and Town Hall Seattle as part of the Civics series.... See MoreSee Less

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Fine / Olivia White / Rainwater at Woodland Theater

Fine / Olivia White / Rainwater at Woodland Theater

February 2nd, 8:00pm - February 2nd, 11:00pm

Woodland Theater

Fine Olivia White Rainwater Woodland Theater608 NW 65th street Seattle Doors 8pmFine: 8:30Olivia White: 9:10Rainwater: 10pmAll-Ages No Booze... See MoreSee Less

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