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8:30am
Lake Forest Park

T'ai Chi Class

November 25, 2017 - 8:30am

Lake Forest Park

A regular class for Ta'i Chi practitioners of all ages and abilities. Everyone is welcome on a weekly or drop-in basis.

On warm days, class is held outdoors from 9 to 10 am: Virgil Flaim Park 2750 NE 125th St. (26th Ave NE), Seattle, WA 98125. For more information, email info@sam-ma.com or call 206-363-0471

 
 
 
 
9:00am
Lake Forest Park, Ravenna, Seward Park

Small Business Saturday Deal!

November 25, 2017 - 9:00am

Lake Forest Park, Ravenna, Seward Park

ANNOUNCING THE BLACK FRIDAY & SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY SALE! This Friday and Saturday (November 24-25) at ALL THREE Third Place Books locations Spend $50 or more and get a $10 gift card!*

*limit one per purchase.

 
 
10:00am
Seward Park

Special Story Time! with The Whatsits

November 25, 2017 - 10:00am

Seward Park

Join us on November 25th for a very special story time with local author/illustrator group The Whatsits, comprised of Elizabeth Rose Stanton, Jennifer K Mann, Ben Clanton, Wendy Wahman, and Kevan Atteberry, in celebration of Small Business Saturday!

 

Henny is a chick who's just a little different from everyone else in the barn--and who learns to embrace her special gift in this whimsical and charming picture book debut from Elizabeth Rose Stanton.

Henny doesn't look like any other chicken she knows. Instead of wings, she has arms!

 
 
10:00am
Lake Forest Park

LFP for Peace

November 25, 2017 - 10:00am

Lake Forest Park

 
 
11:00am
Ravenna

Saturday Morning Story Time

November 25, 2017 - 11:00am

Ravenna

Join us for singing, reading, laughing, and fun.

Every Saturday morning at 11AM. All are welcome!

 
 
7:30pm
Lake Forest Park

Phantoms of Soul "Blues" Live Music brought to you by Third Place Commons!

November 25, 2017 - 7:30pm

Lake Forest Park

 

Forgotten blues from the 1920s to the 1960s, from singers of the Deep South to the Great Northwest Corner, resurrected by Washington Blues Society Hall-of-Famer Jack Cook.


Thank you to Merlone Geier and our community music sponsors.