Third Place Commons April Calendar of events and activities

Saturday, March 26, 2011

APRIL 2011at the Third Place Commons

Knit Night in the Commons 6-9pm
Friday, April 1
Bring a project and knit with friends. And if you need to wind some wool while you are in the Commons, check out the new ball winder and swift from the Information counter at the bookstore.

Raven Dreaming with Gene Tagaban 1-2pm
Saturday, April 2
Who created the world? Noted Tlingit storyteller and Raven Dancer Gene Tagaban tells the story vividly with drum, dance, and native flute. This program is made possible in part by Humanities Washington.

Playtime! 10am-11:30am
Wednesday, April 6,13,20,27
Join other parents, grandparents, 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. *NOTE day change: now on Wednesday.

Earth Smart Green Fair 10am-2pm
Saturday, April 9
Exhibits, presentations, vegetable seeds, biodegradable compost bags, and other great gifts while supply lasts. Bring your household alkaline batteries for recycling (no rechargeable, camera or laptop batteries), Check gardening workshop schedule.

Japanese Relief Benefit 2 – 3 pm
Sunday, April 10
Seattle Kokon Taiko sounds the drums for Japan. All donations go to Peace Winds America, and 100% will be sent to their sister organization in Japan for direct service and supplies in disaster-stricken areas.

LFP Garden Club Meeting 9:15-11:30am
Tuesday, April 12
The Lake Forest Park Garden Club holds its monthly business meeting at 9:15, and a public program at 10. Constance Perenyi discusses gardening with wildlife.

Milner Family Fiddles 11am-12:30pm
Sunday, April 17
The Milner Family Fiddles bring their Texas-style music to the Third Place stage every other month.

Computer Q and A 2:30-4pm
Sunday, April 17
Ask questions and get user-friendly answers during this free workshop. This month’s topic is avoiding virus and malware infection.

Seattle Opera Preview 7-8pm
Tuesday, April 26
Members of Seattle Opera’s education staff will lead an informal opera talk designed to give you a great orientation to their upcoming production of the Magic Flute.

Self-Publishing Workshop 7-9pm
Tuesday, April 26
Getting your book published today is both easier and more confusing than ever. Join two local publishing professionals, Robert Lanphear and Lorrie Harrison, as they discuss the self-publishing process.

Poetry Month Celebration 7-9pm
Thursday, April 28
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council presents its fourth annual Poetry Month Celebration. Winners of the poetry contest, juried by poets Jeannine Hall Gailey and Martha Silano, will read their poems; poets Belle Randall and Janee J. Baugher will read and discuss their work. Sponsored in part by Humanities Washington.

Clay Day in the Commons 9am-5pm
Saturday, May 30
Members of NW Polymer Clay Guild invite you to watch them in action and learn about this versatile, colorful medium.

Market season is almost here! The Lake Forest Park Farmers Market opens on Sunday, May 8, at 11 am!


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