SUBA Annual Meeting This annual meeting informs SUBA members and the general public about the progress made in thepast year managing invasive aquatic plants in Union Bay. We invite anyone interested to join the meeting. For meeting location please contact SUBA at email@example.com or call Susan at 206-499-3913.
Arrive by 8:45pm for 9:00 start!
Laurelhurst Elementary School – Friday, October 27: 5 to 7:30 p.m.Fun for the entire family! Festive games, activities, prizes and food for purchase! $10 admissio.Invite your friends and neighbors, and join an evening of family fun, including face painting, wax handmaking, and a magic show. Food will be available for purchase.Admission is $10 per person.
St. Stephen’s Great Hall – 4805 NE 45th St.5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The second-annual neighborhood all-ages family event! Live Bingo,Octoberfest cuisine & prizes galore via local businesses.All are welcome! Advance tickets required via Eventbrite: https://tinyurl.com/57s3h3yx
Gently Used Shoes needed for distribution to the tiny villages in Seattle as well as outreach to the homeless in the UDistrict. Leave on front porch of 3891 44th Ave NE, 98105
One Seattle Day of Service is Saturday May 20th. The City’s second annual Day of Service in the spirit of inclusion, cooperation, and service will be Saturday, May 20. Volunteers are needed City-wide and, though most of those spots are full, the Laurelhurst Community Club is sponsoring several “Spring Clean” projects for neighborhood public green … Read More
Please join us at the Laurelhurst Community Center for our annual neighbors meeting. After LCC;s brief yearly business review, LCC will host Seattle PoliceChief Adrian Diaz, and D-4 City Councilman Alex Pedersen.
What would life look like if the entire City lost power? How Do we do we come together as a community to meet our needs? Come, Observe, Learn! Disaster Practice: June 11- 1:30 – 4 p.m. Laurelhurst Emergency Communication Hub St. Stephen’s Church Campus, 4805 NE 45th S. Click here to learn more!
47th Ave. NE and NE 47th St – Saturday April 15th, 10 a.m.
Note that the LCC and the staff at the Community Center need volunteers to fill the eggs (in advance), place the eggs by age groups, and do a quick clean up that morning. Seniors, middle and high schoolers are especially welcome to help! Contact Robert Bellm – firstname.lastname@example.org