More June Events!

Kshama Sawant event

There are some great events blooming across Seattle in the next couple of weeks, from the continuation of our beloved Phinney Farmer’s Market and the PNA Summer Blood Drive on the 20th, discussions about raising the minimum wage sponsored by the One World Group/St. Andrew’s Episcopal on the 24th, and the ever-popular Greenwood Car Show on the 28th!

See details for each event below:

PNA Summer Blood DrivePNA Summer Blood Drive
Friday, June 20
1-7pm
Blood Drive in Rooms 1 & 2, street level of our PNA Blue Building

Did you know that PNA partners with the Puget Sound Blood Center several times a year to bring a blood drive to the neighborhood?  Your donation can save up to 3 lives! For more information on how to donate or to make an appointment please visit: https://schedule.psbc.org/DonorPortal/Default.aspx

Phinney Farmer's MarketPhinney Farmers Market
Fridays
until October 3 (closed July 4)
3-7pm
Upper parking lot at the PNA

Kids and dogs welcomed! For a list of what’s ripe and ready each week, see: http://www.seattlefarmersmarkets.org/ripe-n-ready/ripe-n-ready

One World Group of St. Andrew’s Church
Tuesday, June 24
7 pm

111 NE 80th Street, Seattle

Free and open to the public. Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant will discuss Seattle’s new $15 per hour minimum wage and other civic topics. For more information please contact Will Lewis: lewis.willb@gmail.com

Greenwood Car Show 2014 poster

Greenwood Car Show
Saturday, June 28
8 am to 4 pm
Greenwood Avenue North between North 67th and North 90th Streets in Seattle

PNA Swoosh

 

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