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6:00pm
Lake Forest Park

Third Place Commons Game Night

January 31, 2018 - 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
Ravenna

RAVENNA - Book Club - The Best Science and Nature Writing 2017

January 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

Ravenna

A renowned scientist and the best-selling author of Lab Girl, Hope Jahren selects the year's top science and nature writing from writers who balance research with humanity and in the process uncover riveting stories of discovery across disciplines.

Every last Wednesday of the month our book club meets to discuss a book and eat cookies. Each month the selected title is 20% off for all, and everyone is welcome to attend the discussion.

 
 
7:00pm
Seward Park

Seattle7Writers' Book Club with Donna Miscolta reading Lola's House

January 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

Seward Park

Join local author Donna Miscolta (Hola and Goodbye) for a discussion about her selection for this month, Lola's House by M. Evelina Galang. Drink specials are available from Raconteur during book clubs and author readings, so grab a glass and join us for a lively literary discussion. Every month our selected titles are discounted 20% through the date of the book club. All are welcome, no purchase required.

 
 
7:00pm
Lake Forest Park

Susan Wise Bauer - Rethinking School

January 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

Lake Forest Park

Our K-12 school system is an artificial product of market forces. It isn't a good fit for all—or even most--students. It prioritizes a single way of understanding the world over all others, pushes children into a rigid set of grades with little regard for individual maturity, and slaps "disability" labels over differences in learning style.