6900 E Green Lake Way N, Seattle, WA 98115
Pathway Of Lights Party
December 8th | 3:30-7:30pm
Warm up with us BEFORE braving the cold! Our office is right across the street from Green Lake, so join us for hot beverages and seasonal snacks at 3:30pm before we walk the Green Lake Pathway of Lights starting at 4:30pm. We'll also have glow sticks and LED lights for you so we can all help light up Green Lake together!
PLUS by attending our party you can park in the garage at our office, which will be much easier than finding street parking for such a busy event. First 2 hours are FREE!
Shred & E-Cycle Day!
844 NE 78th St, Seattle, WA 98115
Pacific Northwest Shredding
These fantastic folks will be on-site to collect those papers that clutter your home for safe shredding.
Living Green Technology
You know those broken or old electronics sitting around that you have no idea what to do with? These wonderful people will take them for e-cycling!
- All Electronics
Note: no large kitchen appliances please.
In lieu of payment, we've teamed up with
a truly valuable, local Maple Leaf non-profit - the ADWAS (Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services) - to accept needed donations.
The ADWAS empowers survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment to transform their lives, while striving to change the beliefs and behaviors that foster and perpetuate violence.
Appreciated Donations Include:
· Shower curtains
· Bath rugs
· Kitchen towels
· Bed sheets / blankets
· Back to School supplies (e.g., back pack, notepads, folders)
· Office supplies (post-it notes, notepads, copier paper)
Note: they are unable to accept clothes or toys at this time.
Fairview Church / School Parking Lot
We Invite You To A FREE Maple Leaf
Neighborhood Disaster Preparedness Event
Questions? Text/Call: 206 661 4448
Learn how to prepare your family and how to work with your neighbors to make sure everyone is safe.
Where: Cloud City Coffee
8801 Roosevelt Way NE
When: Feb 27th, 6-8pm
Tea, Coffee and Baked Treats Too!
The Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare (SNAP) will talk about their program and how you can get organized.
- Learn key aspects of individual/household preparedness
- Assess the level of preparedness within the neighborhood
- Learn what steps should be taken after a disaster
- Learn about other neighborhood initiatives
- Become familiar with next steps organizing a SNAP group