CDA Resident Fellow Peter Chum and Neighborhood Revitalization director Patty Julio wish you a safe commute and fun times in the snow!Post a comment
Archive for November, 2010
White Center Third Saturday Art Walk
November 20th, 6 PM - 9 PM
Dubsea Coffee (9910 8th Ave SW): SIBELLE NGUYEN: The Road to Dubsea. Dubsea Coffee is officially now 1 year old! This month’s art show tells the story of Dubsea, the people, the places, and the ideas that have molded it to what you know it as today. Please join us this Saturday evening from 7-9 pm to celebrate Dubsea’s 1st birthday and welcome in another great year!
Big Al Brewing (9832 14th Avenue SW): Cullen Brian. Prints. New work by this talented local artist.
Dzul Tattoo (9622-B 16th Ave SW): The Dzul Family. Tattoo, airbrush, cool urban art. Check out the shop, get that long-desired tattoo!
Proletariat Pizza (9622-A 16th Avenue SW ): Michelle Taylor. Photography. Great Stuff!!
3.14 Bakery (9602 16th Ave SW): Alistair Olson. Photography. My style, such as it is, is taking photos of ordinary, common everyday things and looking at them from a different perspective, trying to reveal the mystery and wonder that I see there. Art Walk special: Pie and coffee for just $3.50!
Full Tilt Ice Cream (9629 16th Ave Sw): Robin Jordan. Acrylics. Colorful and expressive figurative style.
***Prawnyxx - Local band of experimental, punkish stuff. Check it out during the Art Walk.
Salvadorean Bakery (1719 SW Roxbury): Continuing show of the New Start Student Photography. If you haven’t had a chance to see this, you should. Some amazing pieces.
Café Rozella (9434 Delridge Way SW): Always great art here, and pastries.Post a comment
A White Center Produce Market Tour was held on Oct. 20 to do updates/reports of past and current work to raise the awareness of healthy food options at the produce markets and promote healthy foodshopping and cooking (WC Food Bank Healthy Food Gift Certificate Program, Family Connections events). Around 20 participants walked through WC business district, visited two produce markets and conversed with the owners of Lee’s Produce and Samway Market. The tour ended at 3.14 Bakery and Coffee to see a presentation from Evergreen H.S. students on a food label project conducted at WC local markets.
Photos courtesy of Desiree Sideroff.Post a comment
American Home Shield® has launched the national AHS CHALLENGE FOR CHANGE, an online voting contest that will award $10,000, $15,000 and $25,000 to the three Habitat for Humanity affiliates that receive the most online votes for their neighborhood revitalization initiatives. Just by casting your vote, you can help transform the lives of Seattle and South King County low-income families!
You can help Habitat for Humanity Seattle/South King County win the AHS CHALLENGE FOR CHANGE by casting your daily vote at www.ahschallenge.com. If you have multiple email addresses, you can vote multiple times! The challenge ends on January 30, 2011.
It only takes one click to help make a difference, so spread the word!
If Habitat for Humanity Seattle/South King County wins the money, they have promised to use the money to go towards a Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative in White Center! At the time of this blog posting, they are currently in 4th place, so vote vote vote! Click on “Habitat for Humanity Seattle/South King County” to submit your vote.Post a comment