Nov 3rd & 10th, 2013 – “Hope in Hard Times: Washington During the Great Depression.”

Posted October 20th, 2013 in Upcoming Events by subuadmin

Hello everyone, we’re publishing this announcement to ask you to consider offering to share your skills, talent, ideas, and/or learnings on one of these 2 dates. And you may know others that have something they’d like to share. We don’t anticipate that this will be any kind of stressful thing — just fun sharing, learning and enjoying meeting with community. This can be a very simple thing — do let us know what you’d like to share. Questions? We’re happy to answer questions and give encouragement!

Dear Sustainable Burien friends,

Save these dates: November 3 and November 10.

We’ve been invited to be a part of an upcoming exhibit called “Hope in Hard Times: Washington During the Great Depression.” Here’s a link:

The exhibit is being sponsored by Highline Historical Society and will run from October 15th to January 4th. The address is: 216 SW 153rd in Burien. They’ve got some great events scheduled and we’re on the docket for 2 Sundays: November 3rd and November 10th. Below is what we’ve thought of – let us know your ideas:

“Sharing Our Hopes, Ideas and Skills for a Resilient Community”
We invite folks to share a particular skill/hobby, i.e., beekeeping, raising chickens, organic gardening, permaculture, knitting, food and seed saving, disaster preparedness, networking, recycling, making music, repairing cars and other items, among many possibilities. Get a taste of the various skills that your neighbors have developed.

Do you have a skill/hobby that you’d like to share in 10-15 minutes? Let’s get together, get to know each other, share our skills, hopes and ideas that will make for a more resilient and vibrant community.

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