Pinehurstfest is Saturday, July 16, 2-5 pm and we still have openings for two music acts.
Performances are 50 minutes in length. Although they are done pro bono; sound, electricity, canopies and an MC are provided, and there is always a nice, appreciative, multi-aged audience. Be part of the legacy! Contact Eric Madis at email@example.com
Pinehurst Community Council Meeting Tuesday, Tuesday, June 21 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Pinehurst Shelterhouse at Pinehurst Playfield 12029 14th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98125
More details coming soon! I wanted to give everybody time to get it on their calendars. Thanks!
Lake City Future First Arts & Culture Group is presenting six music and dance performances at the 125th Street Mini Park on Lake City Way.
The first performance, contra music and dancing, is Thursday June 9th, which is opening day of the Farmers Market.
There will be entertainment […]
Classesandworkshops.com (also called 123classes.com) is an independent educational program offering fun, affordable noncredit classes in the arts. It currently offers over sixty classes a quarter, in a wide range of subject areas. Each teacher is independent and designs his or her own classes.
All classes currently meet in Seattle. Some meet in the University […]
What: Skills Mob*
Time: Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 10am to 1pm
Location: Hunter Tree Farm Gathering Place, on 35th Ave NE, at NE 80th St
Event Description: Join Sustainable NE Seattle (SusNE) for the very first Skills Mob, at Hunter Gathering Place. They will be restoring the site’s benches, clearing some of the overgrowth, […]
A class for current and future renters
Having trouble finding an affordable place to rent? While there is no easy, quick answer, this 90-minute workshop will provide you with valuable tips for navigating the housing search.
How to look for housing Tips on navigating Craigslist What to search besides Craigslist How to handle […]
This month’s guest speaker was Steve Freng, Prevention and Treatment Manager at the NW High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (NW-HIDTA). Heroin use is a big issue here and around the country. Meth is still a big problem, too. And not to anyone’s surprise probably is that prescription drugs are a big problem. In fact, they […]
At the May NPAC meeting, the Community Police Team Sergeant handed out this flyer with instructions for using SPD online systems:
Here is a partial picture of Pinehurst property crime for the month. Click on the map to enlarge it.
You can see ALL the types of crime at http://web5.seattle.gov/mnm/policereports.aspx. Select the North neighborhood and enter a date range.