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Modern Basics – for ages 5-7 (kindergarten and older)
- Tuesdays 5:00-6:00 pm
- Winter (8 weeks; $145): Jan 24, 31, Feb 7, 14, 28, March 7, 14, 21
- Spring: (6 weeks; $110): May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, June 6
- Taught by Courtney Scheel
- Class is full; contact to be added to a waiting list
West Seattle Tool Library provides free, community access to a wide variety of tools, training, and sustainable resources. Utilizing a diverse collection of over 1,500 tools, our membership has successfully grown entire community orchards, built mini-greenhouses, and even just mowed their own lawns. From basic tasks to brilliant innovations, the projects accomplished by the West Seattle Tool Library’s 780+ members have made all the tools in the collection proud to be working again.
Classes are most appropriate for adults looking for aerobically challenging and creative choreography. Classes are fast paced, but simple enough for you to catch on and be up to speed within a few weeks, and students are friendly and supportive in welcoming newcomers to classes. Classes available on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Drop in Fee: $16.00
Punch Card: $135.00
The Cabiri have been teaching aerial arts in Seattle since 2006. Come explore silks, trapeze, aerial sling, hoop, and more with the professional performing artists of the troupe. Each class features a thorough warmup, technical instruction in the air, conditioning and flexibility exercises especially tailored to adult students. Classes are appropriate for students beginning through intermediate levels. No previous dance or aerial training is required. Classes available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Drop in classes: $20.
Class cards: five classes for $85 or ten classes for $160. Class cards are valid for six months.
Two-thirds of people experiencing homelessness in King County are people of color when they only make up one-third of the general population. While homelessness is often the breakdown and failure of many systems and safety nets, the homelessness system can either perpetuate racism or it can disrupt it.
Join us for this day of learning, discussion and action.
Regardless of your official role or title, you can make an impact to:
Identify how you can be an agent of change
Improve the quality of services you provide to people of color
Orient your organization and programming around racial equity
In order to accommodate a broad and diverse community, we are currently asking that organizations register no more than 3 people. We may communicate additional available spots depending on registration results. We appreciate everyone’s flexibility.
*Lunch will be provided.
*This event is at capacity (as of March 17). Click here to join the Wait List.
While You’re Waiting info sessions are a great way to learn about PEPS and to meet other new and expectant parents in your area to talk about the experience of pregnancy and early parenthood.
Who Attends: Expectant Parents, New Moms and/or Dads
Time of Day: Day or Evening
Attending a While You’re Waiting Information Session is encouraged but not mandatory before signing up for a PEPS Group.
“It was great to have a chance to talk to other expectant parents about how things are going, and to get tips from them about how to make it through these last few weeks. I also liked being able to get all my questions about PEPS answered.“