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Date: 8/30/2019
Subject: Take a Look
From: Northwest Neighbors Network

News update exclusively for Northwest Neighbors Network Members and Volunteers!  

Summer is beginning to show signs of giving way to fall, and we’re ready for more activities. Here’s a reminder about some things we’ve mentioned along with a few new and exciting upcoming events. If you haven’t already marked your calendars, and signed up for those events that are coming up, this is the time to take action!  Take a look at the NNN Calendar for September and October.  Lots happening.  Room for an event of your choosing. Just let us know and we will help set it up!

Talking with Neighbors About NNN!

Our team is hosting a series of open community chats to help tell our NNN story at the libraries in our service area and at Third Place Commons. We hope you will help encourage others to attend one of these informal meetings and, if you can come along too, we’d love the extra support. Here’s where we’ll be as of this writing:

  • September 8, 2:00-3:00 Shoreline Library small meeting room

  • September 20, 1:30-2:30 Lake Forest Park Library meeting room

  • October   7, 1:30-2:30 Lynnwood Library meeting room

  • October 13, 1:00-2:00 Third Place Commons, in front of the stage

  • October 15, 1:30-2:30 Mountlake Terrace Library, meeting room

Community Treasure Chest and Yard Sale, September 7th

Mountlake Terrace Senior Center is providing the venue for neighbors to bring their goods and for vendors their arts and crafts to sell.  Want to come browse with us? We will be there at 11 a.m., with extra bags and small change just in case. No RSVP needed, but if you find yourself interested in taking in the pancake breakfast (8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.), drop a line to NNN Info .  We know some folks who would be delighted to dine with you.  For more information see  MLT Events.

SAVE THE DATE! October 18th is our Fall All Hands Workshop

All Hands Meetings are for all members and volunteers of NNN. We will meet at the North City Water District, 1519 NE 177th Street, Shoreline from 12:30-2:30. We’ll have munchies and a bit of social time before we settle in to listen to our invited speaker (more on that in the next update). We’ll also spend a bit of time brainstorming on the services we can offer our members.

Games, Books, Fall Walk About ~  Let us hear from you!

Members are excited to host new social events and want your feedback. There are 3 new surveys (just three questions each) on the NNN website asking for your input before we schedule these events.

  • Are you interested in playing board/card games with fellow NNNers? Take this Survey!

  • How about joining a book club (or two)? Take this Survey!

  • The leaves are changing! Want to join in a fall leaves walk about? Time for input ends by September 8th. Take this Survey!

Opera -- Live at the Met Performances: First coming up, October 12th

The season is upon us! Join other NNN opera lovers at the first Live at the Met 2019-2020 season performance of Puccini’s Turandot on October 12th. We’ll meet at the Regal Cinema, 3501 184th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98037 and enjoy the performance as we sit in comfy seats. The performance begins at 9:55 a.m. Meet in the lobby by 9:30 a.m. Other productions are scheduled throughout the fall and winter opera season. Check out the Events calendar for dates and performances. 

Tour the Woodworking Studio at The Pratt Fine Arts Center, October 24th

Join fellow NNNer, Don Beacom, and members of the Northwest Woodworkers Association Guild on October 24th for an evening tour of the Pratt Fine Arts Center woodworking studio. If interested, please register via the events page. Space is limited. 

Music on the Lighter Side,  November 10th

Some of us with be listening to “The Movie Music of John Williams”  at Benaroya Hall and hope you will consider joining us. We know it is a couple of months away, but we need to buy tickets as a group in order to sit together. Once we know who is going, we will work together to select the ticket price. If you are interested and want more information, send email or give us a call at 206 800-3009 by September 15th.

NNN is all about our members and helping our community thrive. We need, and welcome, all volunteers and members to support our mission. Your participation is what makes NNN a vibrant and growing organization for North King and South Snohomish Counties.

Picture of a group of NNNers at a workshop

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