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6:00pm
Lake Forest Park

Third Place Commons Game Night

October 4, 2017 - 6:00pm

Lake Forest Park

Join the fun with a group that meets every Wednesday evening to play a variety of board & card games. Most games last less than 90 minutes so we can enjoy a change of pace. Bring a game you like to play or a new one you want us to try out together.

Game Night convenes in the Stadler Room on the first Wednesday of the month, and at tables in the Commons the rest of the month. Come join the fun! 

 
 
7:00pm
Lake Forest Park

Scott Stabile - Big Love: The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart

October 4, 2017 - 7:00pm

Lake Forest Park

Scott Stabile’s parents were murdered when he was fourteen. Nine years later, his brother died of a heroin overdose. Soon after that, Scott joined a cult that dominated his life for thirteen years.

Through it all, he has become evermore committed to living his life from love. In this inspiring evening, he’ll explain how he was able to bring himself back to a place of peace despite these immense challenges, while encouraging each of us to be “love-spreaders” in our own lives.

 
 
7:00pm
Seward Park

Reading Through It - Requiem for the American Dream

October 4, 2017 - 7:00pm

Seward Park

The Seattle Review of Books, Seattle Weekly, and Third Place Books Seward Park continue our book club exploring who we are as Americans, where we're going, and how we might fix our greatest problems. Reading Through It meets on the first Wednesday of every month.

 
 
7:00pm
Ravenna

Jennie Melamed - Gather the Daughters

October 4, 2017 - 7:00pm

Ravenna

Seattle author Jennie Melamed’s Gather the Daughters is dystopian fiction at its finest. The four main characters, the titular daughters, are born into an insular island community into which their male ancestors escaped from the “wastelands.” The society operates as a religious cult with very strict interpretations of gender roles. Sure to please fans of Octavia Butler and Margaret Atwood, Melamed’s novel is imaginative fiction with social bite.