A local group is hosting a “community dinner” for North Seattle this Sunday, April 10, at Thornton Place.
From their Facebook page:
Come help identify community projects with your neighbors over dinner.
Three courses with discussion, deliberation and decision-making.
Ticket price: $15/person.
The dinner is from 5-8 p.m. at Aljoya Thornton Place, 450 N.E. 100th St.
On the page, organizer Dusty Hoerler writes:
The North Seattle Community dinner is intended to bring together community members to surface ideas and inspire community projects. It’s an opportunity for people to have time to sit down, get a chance to interact with neighbors from various backgrounds, eat, drink, be merry and spur discussion on what projects people are looking forward to working on.
His list of projects already discussed includes more sidewalks and wood-fired oven in parks. “Perhaps someone is interested in starting a local writing class, or local film club, or book club. Your idea is great and needs a place to be shared. “
The group says it is sponsored by the 46th District Democrats, the Washington State Labor Council, the Maple Leaf Grill, the King County Labor Council, Forza Coffee, Dan Knauff Graphic Design and Local 32 Plumbers and Pipefitters.
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