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Entries from February 2017

Finding Urban Nature (FUN) – Seeking Volunteers

February 26th, 2017 by hillaryu

Finding Urban Nature (FUN) is Seattle Audubon’s free environmental education program in Seattle Public Elementary Schools.

FUN introduces 3rd and 4th grade students to the nature in their own schoolyard habitat, and examines how each organism depends on others to survive. Volunteers lead small groups of four to six students through a series of outdoor investigations, which teach kids to use their senses and scientific practices to discover the importance of urban biodiversity firsthand.

Volunteers devote about two hours a week for four weeks to lead 4-6 students through each lesson, with the support of the school’s FUN Team Leader and classroom teachers. No previous teaching or science background is necessary; volunteers will attend a training session before going into a school.

The program needs volunteers at Wedgwood and John Rogers Elementary Schools for lessons in April and May.

To volunteer, click here.

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Burke-Gilman Trail’s “Missing Link”

February 19th, 2017 by hillaryu

The Burke-Gilman trail is an important part of our community. Last week, the City Council met to discuss the “missing link” of the trail.

Read the full recap of the meeting

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New Secure Medicine Return Program

February 16th, 2017 by hillaryu

King County residents can safely dispose of the medicines they no longer need by taking them to a drop-box located throughout King County.

Participating pharmacies, clinics, hospitals and law enforcement offices will accept most prescription and over-the-counter medicines for disposal.

Mail-back envelopes are also available for residents that are homebound or have limited mobility.

There are several locations close to the Wedgwood/View Ridge neighborhoods.

For more information, click here.

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Tickets now available: Little Women at SMT

February 11th, 2017 by hillaryu

Seattle Musical Theatre, Seattle’s longest-running musical theatre company, proudly presents the third show of its 39th season,

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Amazon Prime Now adds New Seasons Market

February 7th, 2017 by hillaryu

Amazon recently announced that Prime Now customers in Seattle can now shop thousands of fresh, organic and local products from New Seasons Market. Prime members will find organic produce and meats from the region

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Free Child Dental Care

February 3rd, 2017 by hillaryu

February is National Children

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SPL NE Library February Story Times

February 1st, 2017 by Support Staff

Seattle Public Library Northeast Story Times

Baby Story Time

(For infants up to 12 months)

Wednesday, February 1, 8, 15 at

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