On Tuesday, March 28th from 5:30p – 7:30p, at the Fremont Branch Library, the City of Seattle will host the final meeting in the ‘Project Development Phase of Your Voice, Your Choice.’ This is an opportunity to see which public works projects will be funded from the $2 million Street & Parks Funds.
This is the fourth of four meetings being held in District #6, and the only one in Fremont. The public is welcome to attend and see how the decision will be made for choosing which proposals for improvements will make the final ballot. Projects may include traffic circles, median islands, speed feedback signs, short sidewalk segments, park benches, natural area renovations, minor playground improvements or trail/path maintenance.
This is a Department of Neighborhoods Participatory Budgeting program, and the contact for it is Jenny Frankl, available at 206/396-0200 or email@example.com There is also information on the DON website, although the best way to understand what is happening – and whether we will get funding for a crosswalk at 1st Ave NW & N 36th St – is by attending and watching this new process in action! Pre-register to attend on-line.
The CEA (Coordinated Entry for All program) can help match services and housing resources to persons facing a housing crisis. The website can also answer FAQs in English as well as Russian, Amharic, Tigrinya, Somali, Vietnamese and Spanish.
Help for those experiencing homelessness can be found at access points around King County.
CEA will serve all people experiencing homelessness. Please visit a CEA access point, or call 206/328-5796 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For those experiencing a crisis, dial 211 in King County to get immediate help and advice.
Dialing King County 211 also provides comprehensive information on health and human services available to King County residents. The Information & Referral Specialists are experts in understanding the eligibility requirements of many human service systems and the best way callers can present their situation to the agency that can help them.
Find out more at www.kingcounty.gov/cea
Help celebrate a milestone for this small business support system.
On Monday, March 27th, Townsquared Seattle will celebrate its one-year anniversary (well, it’s been 15 months, but who’s counting?) Please come raise a glass, share some appetizers and meet with others from the networking site, all in the elegant surroundings of The Barrel Thief Wine & Whiskey Bar, from 5p – 7p.
This party is also a big Thank You to the 1,700 Townsquared members who’ve joined the site, attended networking and informational events, and referred business neighbors. In one year Townsquared members have made a total of 5,099 connections just here in Seattle.
The Townsquared mission is simple: to help small businesses succeed through easy access to the knowledge they need and the partnerships that inspire and help them thrive. Townsquared provides a free on-line social media platform for local businesses and there’s more to come, including Townsquared Eastside launching in a few months.
Please RSVP for this party, through EventBrite, and invite other Townsquared members and small business owners in our community to this celebration.
On March 25th, see the latest in Geek Wear from Elhoffer Designs at Fremont’s Outsider Comics
On Saturday, March 25th, from 4p – 5:30p, Outsider Comics & Geek Boutique will be hosting a fashion show with Catherine Elhoffer, showing off the Spring/Fall collection of Elhoffer Designs.
The cost for the exclusive sneak peek will be $13, with tickets available on EventBrite. Show attendees will get 20% off on all Elhoffer Designs, along with first look at the latest in Galactic Royalty, Interstellar and Rebel Apparel.
Following the show, at 6p, the shop will re-open to the general public with a trunk show of the designs, and a 10% discount.
For more information, visit the Facebook event page, or stop by the shop!
Audiences have been amazed and delighted by the offerings at the 2017 Moisture Festival shows. Of the 8 shows scheduled for opening week at Hale’s Palladium, five have sold out!
The 2017 Moisture Festival is happening now!
Don’t miss your chance at Moisture this year! Purchase tickets now to the remaining three weeks of varieté at Hale’s – and make sure to get your tickets for the limited run of Libertease Burlesque at the Broadway Performance Hall.
Smirk left audiences in stitches during the first week of Moisture Festival. Come see what week two has to share! Photo by John Cornicello, Cornicello Photography, Mar ’17
Moisture Festival showcases acts of incredible inventiveness and clever creativity. You never know what you might see – it is all live and original – so there are endless opportunities for unexpected magic at every show.
Pamela Donohoo & Mei Wang perform an incredible aerial act during the Opening Night of Moisture Festival 2017. Photo by John Cornicello, Cornicello Photography
Find more details, on performers and tickets, at Moisture Festival.org Remember, tickets sell out early the for the final week, of April 5th – 9th, so get your tickets now to make sure you don’t miss the 14th year of Moisture!