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10:30am
Lake Forest Park

Kaleidoscope Play & Learn

January 18, 2018 - 10:30am

Lake Forest Park

Join other parents, gradparents, and caregivers with children ages birth to 5 in front of the stage for art, games, and conversation, sponsored and led by the Shoreline Family Support Center.

 
 
5:30pm
Lake Forest Park

Spanish Conversation

January 18, 2018 - 5:30pm

Lake Forest Park

Hola! Join advanced-to-beginning Spanish speakers for friendly, casual conversation.

 
 
7:00pm
Lake Forest Park

Iris Graville - Hiking Naked

January 18, 2018 - 7:00pm

Lake Forest Park

A must-read memoir and a not-to-miss event!

Knocked off her feet after twenty years in public health nursing, Iris Graville quit her job and convinced her husband and their thirteen-year-old twin son and daughter to move to Stehekin, a remote mountain village in Washington State's North Cascades. They sought adventure; she yearned for the quiet and respite of this community of eighty-five residents accessible only by boat, float plane, or hiking.

 
 
7:00pm
Seward Park

What They Signed Up For Reading

January 18, 2018 - 7:00pm

Seward Park

In What They Signed Up For, eighteen American veterans tell their stories of going to war and life after they came home. In the cities of Iraq and the mountains of Afghanistan, they witnessed the carnage of IEDs and survived daily mortar attacks. They put friends into body bags and saw others grievously wounded. But for many combat veterans, the war didn’t end when they took off their uniform. The invisible wounds of war run deeper, and are more painful, than America wants to know. The cost of war continues back home.

 
 
7:00pm
Ravenna

Black Jaw Literary Series

January 18, 2018 - 7:00pm

Ravenna

This January marks the inaugural presentation of the Black Jaw Literary Series. The series will occur monthly and feature readings from graduate students, faculty members, and undergraduates of the University of Washington MFA Creative Writing Program.