Get Styled by Celebrity Stylist, Kristie Jorfald, at Armoire

Armoire is excited to welcome celebrity stylist, Kristie Jorfald to Seattle! Join us on Friday, September 27th for an exclusive meet ‘n greet and styling session with celebrity stylist, Kristie Jorfald. Kristie is expanding her services to the Seattle area and we’re thrilled to host her. Stop by for happy hour and styling tips. Kristie […]
Sep 13, 2019

Free Sober Rides in Yakima County

Weekends like Labor Day Weekend are times to celebrate with friends and family. However, they also bring increased danger to our roads, as more people than usual are out drinking and unfortunately some choose to drive. To show our commitment to preventing DUIs and the resulting accidents, injuries, and deaths, the car accident attorneys at […]
Aug 27, 2019

One-Day Only! Apollo 11 Artifact Public Viewing

50 years after the Moon landing, join us to view a truly unique piece of history: the Apollo 11 Lunar Module Timeline Book. This rare artifact narrates Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s extraordinary journey, including nearly 150 real-time annotations, notes and checkmarks made by the astronauts in flight. The book is on loan to the […]
Jun 10, 2019

Fighting Racism on the Job

Black History Month Forum 2019 Fighting Racism on the Job Speakers: Markisha Dixon Protech union Local 17 and Seattle Silence Breaker member standing up to race and sex discrimination facing workers at the City of Seattle. Tamasha Emedi Teacher at Hazel Valley Elementary and Building Representative to Highline Education Association striving to diversify teaching staff […]
Feb 7, 2019

Spotlight on Poverty

Come one, come all. Join YP Impact, community leaders, local organizations fighting poverty, and the general public for a discussion on poverty and what we can do help alleviate it. Michelle McDaniel, Chief Development Officer & VP of National Programs at FareStart will begin the event by discussing poverty in Seattle and how FareStart is […]
Jan 29, 2019

SEA TRI KAN Interest Event

SEA TRI KAN is a fully-supported, 5-day, 400+ mile bike tour fundraiser in support of refugees & asylees starting a new life in Washington State taking place on June 19-23rd, 2019. We fundraise in support of refugees and asylees joining our community, then take off on a tour of the 3 welcoming cities in Washington: SEAttle, TRI-Cities, and […]
Jan 24, 2019

West Seattle 2nd Thursday Art Walk

The first West Seattle 2nd Thursday Art Walk of 2019 is January 10, on Viadoom Eve! Join art lovers to stroll the West Seattle Junction where businesses host free-of-charge artist exhibits and group shows from 5pm to late. Grab a walking map for the art venues and bars and restaurants that offer extended happy hours […]
Dec 26, 2018

Boxing champion gives back by training village youth for free in northern Sri Lanka

For the past five years, Ramesh has been offering his boxing training free of charge four days per week. He said it's a way of giving back. As some of his students are now decorated boxing champions themselves.
Dec 5, 2018

Free Movie “HAPPY”

DOES MONEY MAKE YOU HAPPY?  Kids and family? Your work? Do you live in a world that values and promotes happiness and well-being?? “Happy” sets out to answer these questions and more. Covering 5 continents and four years and taking us from the bayous of Louisiana to the deserts of Namibia, from the beaches of […]
Nov 12, 2018

Author Radha Agrawal at University Bookstore

Daybreaker founder Radha Agrawal will be in Seattle on September 10th for a 6 pm event at University Bookstore to celebrate her first book, Belong: Find Your People, Create Community, and Live a More Connected Life! This event will include a talk, Q&A, and signing. 
Aug 13, 2018

South Lake Union Block Party

All are invited to South Lake Union for the party of the summer – a full day of community, food, art, music, and brews. This family-friendly event is free to enter, and will once again host a stellar lineup of bands, food trucks, community booths, lawn games, SVC’s Steamroller Smackdown Poster Competition and Plein Air […]
Jun 28, 2018

Civic Trivia – An Enlightening Brunch Event

ACT NOW Mantra Presents: Civic Trivia – An Enlightening Brunch Event The quizmaster for our popular Civic Trivia Brunch is the fabulous Stephanie Thorpe. Stephanie Thorpe is currently a Program Manager at the City of Seattle’s Office for Civil Rights.  Prior to joining the City she practiced as an immigration attorney for 10 years. Stephanie […]
May 4, 2018

13th Aaina South Asian Women’s Focus

Tasveer present’s the 13th AAINA- South Asian Women’s Focus . Aaina, which in Urdu means mirror, celebrates the artistic work of and about South Asian women through film, visual and performance art, speakers, and conversations aimed at highlighting issues relevant to South Asian women. The spotlight event of Aaina is Yoni Ki Baat, a South […]
Feb 13, 2018

Willing2Rise

On Saturday, March 10th, 2018, Professor Kaba Kamene formerly known as Booker T. Coleman of “Hidden Colors”, “Out of Darkness” the upcoming documentary “Race Wars” as well as author of “Honoring William Leo Hansberry”, will be lecturing on the intersections between spiritually and economics. He will then be facilitating workshops between men and women on nation […]
Feb 7, 2018

Mount Baker Home Tour

Explore 6 homes, some historic, some contemporary, all classic, plus a 1925 Italian Romanesque church, in this dynamic south-Seattle neighborhood. Begin at Mount Baker Community Club, designed by Charles Dose in the rustic 1910’s Craftsman style. Tickets are $35 before the event and $40 on the day, and include free shuttle service, refreshments and craft […]
Oct 29, 2017

Act Now Mantra’s ‘Heart to Heart’ talk series launch – “Ask a Muslim a Question”

  We all cherish diversity. Yet, how well do we know folks from other parts of the world? From different faiths?How about those who make choices different than ours? Act Now Mantra™ gives you an opportunity to know those around us more deeply. To ask them curious questions. So we understand what they value. And discover […]
Nov 2, 2017

Free Movie “THE ECONOMICS OF HAPPINESS” presented by Mt. Baker Meaningful Movies

  Release Year: 2012 Running Time: 1 hr 8 min Director: Helena Norberg-Hodge, Steven Gorelick, John Page “Lonely people have never been happy people. And globalization is creating a very lonely planet.” So says activist and author Vandana Shiva in The Economics of Happiness. The Economics of Happiness,  is an incisive documentary that links today’s global crises (climate change, terrorism, the […]
Oct 15, 2017

Unity in Community Fall Concert

Join API Chaya for our fall concert, Unity in Community, to celebrate the survival and empowerment of our communities. Please bring friends and family for an evening of live performances, delicious food, drinks, local artist vendors, virtual reality games, prizes, and more! Buy Tickets ($20 each): apichaya.org/guest-registration Volunteer (free): bit.ly/FallConcert2017 Become a Donor: apichaya.org/donate-online The Line Up: Patricia […]
Oct 6, 2017

Seattle’s Ethiopian community savors its coffee culture

The tradition of Ethiopian coffee is not just about the caffeine, but about the community.
Jun 7, 2017

Poetry on Buses returns, with expansion of multilingual outreach

The program will host workshops for Chinese, Ethiopian, Punjabi, Spanish-speaking, African American and Tlingit communities.
Apr 26, 2016