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Nathan Hale Musical

See Nathan Hale Theatre’s production of “Crazy For You: A New Gershwin Musical” this May. This family-friendly show has dance, dreams, jazz, love, mistaken identities, and cowboys!

Performances are May 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 10th and 11th at 7 p.m.
There will also be a matinee on May 11th at 2 p.m.

You can buy tickets at www.nathanhaletheatre.com.

“Crazy For You, the classic tale of a boy, a girl, and a theater in need of a dream come true. In a world of showgirls and cowboys,  a city boy and a country girl reconcile their differences, fall in love, and save a theater the old-fashioned way. In which lays the foundation for career success, new relationships, and true love.

Spring Clothing Drive – Idris Mosque April 27

Take Back Prescription Drugs April 27

Saturday April 27 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. North Precinct, at 10049 College Way N., is accepting drugs from 10 am – 2 pm.

North Precinct Advisory Council Minutes for April 2019

This month, instead of a guest speaker, Captain Eric Sano, commander of the North Precinct, gave us an update on the March 27 murders on Sand Point Way.

Our Crime Prevention Coordinator got a grant to buy some steering wheel clubs to give away. See minutes below for how to request one.

The Community Police Team reminds us that it’s the season for home maintenance con jobs. Be cautious of people who drive down your street asking if you want your roof fixed.

Captain Sano also gave us an update on North Precinct homeless encampment cleanups.

For more news, and for more in-depth information about the above topics, you can read all the minutes here.

Victory Heights Egg Hunt April 21

Join our neighbors to the south in a fun event! Victory Heights Playground is at 1737 NE 106th St.

Tips for Safely Using Ride Services

In light of the recent rape of a Seattle woman by a man pretending to be her Uber ride, SPD is offering these tips. One action not mentioned is to ask the driver what your name is before you get in the car.

Kids’ Art in Pinehurst Pocket Park

This month’s art in the pocket park is a collage by an adult in rehab at Ida Culver House. She took an art class there taught by Victoria Raymond. This photo of her beautiful art is in the kiosk at Pinehurst Pocket Park, at the corner of NE 117th St and 19th Ave NE.

Victoria Raymond offers group art lessons from her Pinehurst studio for both youth and adults. http://victoriaraymond.com

If you would like to submit your child’s (or your) artwork for the Pocket Park, please email nancy@pinehurstseattle.org. 

Pocket Park Spring Work Party – April 20

Pinehurst Pocket Park Work Party

9:30-11:30 am, Saturday April 20, 2019
Please come on out if you want to help with the annual sprucing up of the PPP! A couple hours of our time makes in big difference in the appearance of our local park. The park is at the corner of 19th Ave NE and NE 117th St.
 
We’ll spend some time weeding and then spread some fresh bark mulch. So bring your favorite weeding tool and a bucket. A pitchfork and wheelbarrow could also come in handy.
All are welcome, see you there!

Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting About Tree Canopy

THORNTON CREEK ALLIANCE MEETING

  • FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLICFor questions about the meeting contact Dan Keefe at: papadan44@gmail.com

North Precinct Advisory Council Minutes for March 2019

This month we were introduced to the new North Precinct captain, Captain Eric Sano. Our previous captain, Captain O’Donnell, switched places with him, moving to Traffic Division.

Our guest speaker was Civilian Director Andrew Myerberg, Office of Police Accountability. He explained how complaints of officer misconduct are handled.

We also heard about three technology packages SPD uses in everyday activities: 911 Logging Recorder, Computer Aided Dispatch, and CopLogic, the software for making online police reports. To read more about these topics, here are the minutes.