Wikli 2011, 04/27
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27 Apr 2011 14:51

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annual Orca rummage sale

Please consider attending our sale, or donating your reusable items. All proceeds benefit the Orca K-8 PTSA which funds programs such as our award winning garden, music, art, and more.

Saturday April 30 and Sunday May 1 from 9am - 2pm.

5215 46th Ave S

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BeatWalk returns

Columbia City BeatWalk returns Friday, May 6! 7-10pm, $7 cover gets you into all the venues. Kids are free. Check out some cool new stuff this year, including interactive art activities from the Makery for the whole family at Starbucks, and a student group from Jazz Night School playing at Life Enrichment Bookstore. See the whole line-up.

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CAConrad offers workshop, reading at SPLAB

Philadelphia poet CAConrad will offer a Soma(tic) Poetry Workshop from 2-4PM on Saturday, April 30th at SPLAB. Suggested donation $20. He'll be reading at SPLAB on Sunday, May 1 at 7:30pm with local poet Jeremy Halinen. Suggested donation $5. Get the full details at splab.org

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call to artists - Columbia City ArtWalk

Artists in the SE district, we want your art!

Beginning Thursday, May 19, 2011, Columbia City will host a new monthly artwalk event, Bohemian Backstreets. The ArtWalk will take place every third Thursday from May through September, and will feature unique works of art, in all its varying forms, from artists around the Puget Sound region.

We particularly want artists that represent the district of SE Seattle. Additionally, if you live in Columbia City, wanna put your studio on the map?

moc.liamg|wnetaercstra#retnuH neB, Director of Outreach, 669.8106


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dine out for art

Mio Posto Caffe e Pizzeria, which means "my place" in Italian, is hosting a fundraiser for SEEDArts on Tuesday, May 24 2011 from 2 – 9pm. Please dine at this favorite neighborhood eatery and support a vital, local arts organization at the same time, just by eating out.

A portion of the Dine Out for Art proceeds on May 24 will benefit SEEDArts, whose programs include Rainier Valley Cultural Center, Arts Gumbo, Young Playwrights Festival, Columbia City Gallery, Public Artist Residency Programs and the new Valley Vibes Jazz Series. A raffle for door prizes will also be held. SEEDArts serves over 10,000 culturally diverse residents, including children and youth, each year.



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disaster preparedness

A few of us are trying to help each other get prepared for potential disasters/emergencies.

We are using information from the Red Cross as well as working on compiling lists of neighborhood residents, special needs, special talents/abilities, etc. so that in times of need we can efficiently help ourselves and each other.

If you're interested in what/how we are doing call or contact and we'll share whatever we have.

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Farmers Market opening day

The Columbia City Farmers Market starts up again on April 27, with over 30 farmers and food vendors selling a delicious assortment of early spring greens, organic poultry and meats, fabulous cheeses, fresh eggs, wild salmon, and seasonal plant starts and cut flowers.

In addition to the farmers' offerings, the market has a tantalizing selection of prepared and ready-to-eat foods.

Opening Day Celebrations kick off at 3:00 on Wednesday, April 27, with live music from market favorites Squirrel Butter (members of the Tall Boys of square dancing fame!)

Catherine BurkeCatherine Burke


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film showing: Salt of the Earth

This award-winning 1954 film explores a fierce strike by Mexican American miners in which women played a leading role. During the McCarthy era, the film was banned because of its daring pro-labor, pro-civil rights content.

Friday, May 13, 7pm, New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave S. Door donation $3-5. Nacho plates and desserts available for a $4 donation.

moc.gnirpsdnim|elttaespsf#hctaH niveK


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Hawthorne Elementary auction

Join us for Hawthorne Elementary's first fundraising auction ever! Support our efforts to inspire the children of Hawthorne, our Masters of the Future. All proceeds will benefit Hawthorne's arts and technology programs.

Brought to you by the Friends of Hawthorne
Parents + Teachers + Community

Saturday April 30, 6pm - 10pm
Northwest African American Museum

moc.liamg|ortnietep#olotravartnI eteP, 992-2874


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jazz series coordinator

SEEDArts is seeking an individual to coordinate Valley Vibes, a new jazz series at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center.

Work under direction of SEEDArts Director and with Valley Vibes Steering Committee to coordinate and schedule the music series. Provide creativity, artistic vision and efficient coordination to produce high quality, accessible events. The Series will run from June through November, 2011.



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jazzy Thursday, $5 Friday and Saturday dance party

We've got another bustling week ahead of us at The Bourbon Bar and Columbia City Theater. Thursday night we're hosting Columbia City's own Larry Barilleau & The Latin Jazz Collective, Friday we're bringing the rock for a $5 night with some of Seattle's best thrashers and Saturday it's all about dancing to old and new favorites with Notorious 253.



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market signs -- need your help

We need someone to put out the "Farmers Market Today" signs at the intersections surrounding the market. The most important thing about this job is that the signs are out by 8:30 am on Wednesday mornings.

Past sign-putter-outers say they can easily get the job done in 30 minutes. We have a heavy duty cart for ya - no car required. We hope to make it worth your time with a modest but useful market stipend.

Give us a call at 632-5234. Thanks!

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May Day celebration: stop the war on workers!

Inspired by massive worker demonstrations in the midwest and a week of labor-led protests in Olympia, a panel of unionists will explore what's next for the labor movement. Add your voice to the discussion and learn how to stay involved.

Speakers: Victor Hidalgo, Steve Hoffman, Jasmine Marwaha, Nikki Miller

Saturday, May 7, we'll serve a special dinner at 6pm for a $9 donation. Program starts at 7:30pm, $3 door donation requested. Sliding scale and work exchanges available.

moc.gnirpsdnim|elttaespsf#hctaH niveK

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New Rainier Valley Food Coalition

Let's get growing, sharing and cooking! Are you interested in learning more about how to grow food? Would you like to barter what you do grow? Do you want to learn how to cook that kale that grows like a weed around here? Check out our new Facebook page to find out how to link up with your neighbors for all these great spring activities.

Here's our facebook page.

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South Seattle Music School summer camp

A new music camp this summer! A partnership of music teachers looking to open a studio to teach instrumental/rock music lessons in South Seattle. We are kicking off with a summer music camp at the Lakewood/Seward Park Community Center this July and August.

Ages 8-18 are welcome to register. We'd love for you to spread the word to anyone interested in starting their child on an instrument, check out the details at southseattlemusicschool.com

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Support Washington teachers

Action Alert: the fight against cuts to jobs and services will continue to rage as the legislature prepares for an extended session. Attend the next SOS meeting to help decide the community response. The message must be loud and clear: protect state workers and the most vulnerable.

Come to the next meeting of Sisters Organize for Survival. Thursday, April 28, 7pm in New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave S.

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The Show Will Go On: John Keister & Friends

"Making you laugh one joke at a time!"

The Cinema doors might be closed, but we're not going out without a good laugh.

Wednesday, May 18, Join us for a night of uproarious comedy with the legendary comedian John Keister & Friends in a benefit performance for the Columbia City Cinema.

The show will be held at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center (3515 Alaska @ Rainier), a beautiful 250-seat venue right across the street from the Cinema. All proceeds from this event help keep our beloved Columbia City Cinema going strong.

Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30pm.
Tickets are $12 in advance and $18 at the door (if available).

Columbia City CinemaColumbia City Cinema

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