Third Place Commons November community events

Friday, November 5, 2010

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

November 2010

Playtime! 10-11:30am
Tuesday, November 9,16,23

Children ages birth to 5 and their caregivers are welcome to meet in front of the stage for art, games, and conversation, sponsored and led by the Shoreline Family Support Center. (Gather downstairs November 10)

Cooking Demonstrations for Seniors 12-1pm
Tuesday, November 9,16

Learn about healthy, low cost , seasonal cooking and shopping techniques with a Chef Volunteer from Project Frontline. Please RSVP: 206-364-8930.

Friends of the Library Used Book Sale 10am-4pm
Saturday, November 6

Shop for treasures and support the Lake Forest Park Library on the lower level of the Towne Centre.

LFP Garden Club Meeting 9:15-11:30am
Tuesday, November 9

The Lake Forest Park Garden Club meets monthly at 9:15, with a public program at 10. Naomi Murray reveals organic principles for nourishing the garden.

Sounders Jazz Ensemble 12-1pm
Saturday,November 20

Jazz up the weekend with energetic standards played by young musicians under the direction of Kevin Hall.

Choir of the Sound Holiday Preview 4:30-5pm
Saturday,November 20

Sample holiday favorites with this lively community choir, and be prepared for some surprises. Tickets for their upcoming concert will be available for purchase.

Indoor Farmers Market 11-4pm
Sunday, November 21

Just in time to buy your Thanksgiving turnips. Shop with your favorite farmers upstairs in the Commons, and find unique hand-made holiday gifts at the crafts fair on the lower lever of the Towne Centre.

Celebration of Family Stories 1-2pm
Sunday,November 21

The holidays remind us of our families, and there is no better time to preserve our stories. Personal historian Linda Kraus leads the way with interviews and recordings.

German Conversation 5:30-7pm
Monday,November 22

Sprechen Sie Deutsch? This new conversation group for all levels meets monthly on the 4th Monday.

Caspar Babypants: More Please! 2-3pm
Saturday,November 27

Parents come to see Chris Ballew, lead singer of the Seattle based rock and roll band, The Presidents of the United States of America. Younger music fans come to sing along with Caspar Babypants. This show is guaranteed to engage the whole family.


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