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1 November 2019 - 30 November 2019
Nov 2 Sat
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
This event began several years ago after a young local girl could not find a police officer Halloween costume designed for girls.

Her mom took to Facebook to share how crushed her daughter was and some of our women officers began a viral social media response when they posted a photograph of themselves in uniform with a “Girl Cops are Awesome” headline. Last year we had a young girl from Bend in attendance whose dream is to be a K9 officer.

She was ecstatic to get to meet Officer Butcher and her K-9.

This event is designed to showcase the amazing talent we have within PPB and the region, as well as to help young women and girls recognize public safety as a viable career path for them.

PPB has a higher representation than other state agencies……sworn female officers comprise about 16% of our overall sworn staffing.

We are hoping to encourage the next generation of women to our great organization.
9:00 PM - 4:00 AM
Día de Muertos (Day of Dead) is a Mexican celebration of life to remember deceased loved ones. This year’s festivities will take place throughout the Mark Building and will highlight the diversity within our Mexican communities and how Day of Dead brings people together to celebrate in their own way. Culture, gastronomy, altars, performances, and more!
Organized in partnership with lead organizer Maria Garcia, a downtown business owner and Mexican cultural promoter. The exhibition of altars is curated by Eduardo Cruz, a local Mexican artist and performer.
Free admission.
Nov 3 Sun
9:00 PM - 4:00 AM
Día de Muertos (Day of Dead) is a Mexican celebration of life to remember deceased loved ones. This year’s festivities will take place throughout the Mark Building and will highlight the diversity within our Mexican communities and how Day of Dead brings people together to celebrate in their own way. Culture, gastronomy, altars, performances, and more!
Organized in partnership with lead organizer Maria Garcia, a downtown business owner and Mexican cultural promoter. The exhibition of altars is curated by Eduardo Cruz, a local Mexican artist and performer.
Free admission.
Nov 5 Tue
8:00 AM - 4:00 AM
There are local ballot measures on the ballot and there will be no candidate races. Only eligible voters that live within the boundaries of the local districts holding elections will receive a ballot. The districts on the ballot are the City of Portland, City of Troutdale, Metro, Portland Public School District and Sauvie Island Fire District.


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Multnomah County Voters' Pamphlet - Nov 2019
Nov 6 Wed
8:00 AM - 4:00 AM
There are local ballot measures on the ballot and there will be no candidate races. Only eligible voters that live within the boundaries of the local districts holding elections will receive a ballot. The districts on the ballot are the City of Portland, City of Troutdale, Metro, Portland Public School District and Sauvie Island Fire District.


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Multnomah County Voters' Pamphlet - Nov 2019

A forum including updates on Iran, Venezuela, Yemen and other US "hotspots" 
Local Code Pink staff person Cody Urban* will appear as part of a panel discussion to link the issues of climate change and war, update the community on US belligerence in Iran and Venezuela, focus on the US's role in the war on Yemen, touch on US Present in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, and more. Sahar Yarjani Muranovic, Executive Director of Oregon NOW, will address US policy in Iran. Dan Shea of Veterans for Peace Chapter 72 will talk about Venezuela, having visited that country in March 2019.

One reason organizers in the Peace and Justice Works Iraq Affinity Group chose this date is that it's expected the City Council will be considering a resolution opposing US intervention in Iran on Wednesday, November 13 at 3:30 PM.

The forum is co-sponsored by Veterans For Peace Chapter 72, Portland Central America Solidarity Committee, Jewish Voice for Peace-Portland and KBOO Community Radio. It is endorsed by the Pacific Green Party.
Nov 7 Thu
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
EXTENDED LONG POSE: Drop-in, uninstructed figure drawing class at High Low Art Space. Our extended long pose features the same pose for four weeks before switching poses and models. It's a great opportunity for artists to work on a more resolved drawing or painting. $10, 1 -4 p.m., High Low Art Space, 936 SE 34th Ave
Nov 8 Fri
Portland Book Festival: This year's Festival features 11 craft workshops and three free drop-in workshops for students and teachers. Registration for paid workshops includes a Festival pass. Topics include poetry, memoir writing, personal fiction, and building a writing career on the internet. There will be storytimes and middle grade events, picture book panels, free craft activities, and a dedicated Young Adult stage at The Old Church. And don't forget to hunt for Waldo! Pick up a postcard at the OHS stage, and keep your eyes peeled for him throughout the Festival. Advance tickets are $15, $20 day of the event. See www.literary-arts.org for schedules and more information.

Many Oregon residents are struggling with high prescription drug costs. Residents and local leaders believe it’s time for Congress to take action. 

On Friday, November 8, the public is invited to join elected officials including Senator Ron Wyden, Congressman Earl Blumenauer and representatives from the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare and AARP to learn more about prescription drug costs. Attendees will learn what they can do to help our elected officials lower prescription drug prices. Also participating in the discussion will be State Rep. Rachel Prusak and State Rep. Andrea Salinas.

  • Learn the root causes of soaring drug prices. 
  • Share your experiences with affordable Rx costs. 
  • Interact with elected leaders and health policy experts. 
  • Take the first step to join the fight to reduce Rx drug prices 

The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited and reservations are required. Register on Eventbrite.

Continental breakfast is served from 9:00-10:00am with the program beginning at 10:00 a.m. Friday, November 8, 2019 at PCC Cascade Student Union, 5575 North Albina Ave. 

There will be free parking in the student union underground garage located on the 5500 block of North Mississippi Avenue between North Killingsworth St. and North Jessup St.

Nov 9 Sat
Portland Book Festival: This year's Festival features 11 craft workshops and three free drop-in workshops for students and teachers. Registration for paid workshops includes a Festival pass. Topics include poetry, memoir writing, personal fiction, and building a writing career on the internet. There will be storytimes and middle grade events, picture book panels, free craft activities, and a dedicated Young Adult stage at The Old Church. And don't forget to hunt for Waldo! Pick up a postcard at the OHS stage, and keep your eyes peeled for him throughout the Festival. Advance tickets are $15, $20 day of the event. See www.literary-arts.org for schedules and more information.
Please join Senator Wyden at his upcoming Multnomah County Town Hall: at Robert Gray Middle School in the Cafeteria. 

Senator Wyden pledges open-to-all town meetings in each county in Oregon each year he serves in the Senate. Wyden has held 926 meetings where he refrains from speeches, listens to the concerns of Oregonians, and answers questions.

Details can be found at Senator Wyden’s website: https://www.wyden.senate.gov/town-halls
Nov 10 Sun

Join co-presenters Multnomah County Library and Lents Strong! Housing Team for a film screening of "Priced Out," followed by a panel discussion with local housing justice advocacy groups Lents Strong! Housing Team; Portland Tenants Untied; Rigth2Survive; and Symbiosis PDX, who are organizing to prevent the displacement that often accompanies gentrification.
Free. https://multcolib.org/events/priced-out-film-screening/110536
Nov 11 Mon

Join co-presenters Multnomah County Library and Lents Strong! Housing Team for a film screening of "Priced Out," followed by a panel discussion with local housing justice advocacy groups Lents Strong! Housing Team; Portland Tenants Untied; Rigth2Survive; and Symbiosis PDX, who are organizing to prevent the displacement that often accompanies gentrification.
Free. https://multcolib.org/events/priced-out-film-screening/110536
Nov 13 Wed
Community Forum Seeks to Address Oregon’s Most Dangerous Form of Pollution: Diesel Exhaust

On November 12, Neighbors for Clean Air and Breathe Oregon will host a FREE Community Forum that will center conversation around the enduring fight to reduce diesel emissions in Oregon. Attendees will hear from Adriano Martinez, a Los Angeles-based Earthjustice attorney with over 15 years of experience specializing in air quality and healthy communities issues, Amelia Schlusser, attorney at the Green Energy Institute and Dr. Linda George, Portland State University’s leading air quality environmental research specialist, on ways Oregonians can tackle our biggest environmental challenges head-on, while addressing the intersections of Environmental Justice, Air Quality and Climate. All are welcome. For more information, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/deconstructing-diesel-part-2-a-breathe-oregon-community-forum-tickets-76584392981
Nov 14 Thu
Every other Thursday at 9:00 AM at the North Policing Center on NE MLK & NE Emerson by the Boys & Girls Club, the Inter-Faith Peace & Action Collaborative meets in the Assistant Chief Kevin Modica Community Room and all people of faith, community, and law enforcement are welcome.

We meet for two hours discussing and coming to understanding around training, community police interactions, mass demonstrations, and ways to build better police/community relations.
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
EXTENDED LONG POSE: Drop-in, uninstructed figure drawing class at High Low Art Space. Our extended long pose features the same pose for four weeks before switching poses and models. It's a great opportunity for artists to work on a more resolved drawing or painting. $10, 1 -4 p.m., High Low Art Space, 936 SE 34th Ave
Nov 16 Sat
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Welcome To The Vancouver NAACP Branch 1139.


Our Meeting Times Are On The Third Saturday Of Every Month. Spread the word and bring a friend...or two. If you have a moment, please fill out the attached membership satisfaction form and bring it to the next meeting. Membership form is also attached to this email for those who need it. Thank you.


***Parking Available Right Next To Boys and Girls Club***


***Potluck from 10:00am - 10:30am. Please Bring A Dish To Share***




The NAACP general meetings are open to all that want to be connected with their community. We welcome you to become a member and join us at our monthly meetings. General Membership meetings are not only an opportunity to hear updates on projects that NAACP Vancouver committees are working on, but an opportunity for members and the public to discuss the happenings in our community. 


Guest speakers generally grace our membership meetings every month which can include law enforcement, city officials, and other local organizations. It is highly encouraged that members and the community participate and let their voices be heard. Meetings are held every third Saturday of each month at 10:00 AM at our new location in the Bridgeview Resource Center.

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Vancouver NAACP

Holiday Fair
Art, gifts, food and more!
Nov 17 Sun
Cafe Artichoke presents an evening of music Saturday, November 16, 2019, with singer-songwriters Reggie Garrett from Seattle Joanne Rand, of Humboldt County, CA. Cafe Artichoke is located at 2001 S E. Powell Blvd., in Portland. Showtime is from 8:00-10:00pm. Tickets are $15, advance purchase recommended, available at the door and online at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4401527

Delicious food and beverages are available for purchase at the venue.

Touring nationally for 30+ years, playing her brand of acoustic "Psychedelic-Folk-Revival" music, Joanne Rand has just released her 17th Indie CD of original songs (garnering 5-star reviews). Raised in the deep South, Rand's vocal styling is all her own: "Magical and luxuriant like the best brandy in the world." (-No Depression). Her songs, dubbed "nothing short of brilliant" by Santa Rosa Press Democrat (NY Times Publication), reflect a wide array of styles: folk, rock, jazz, Celtic, psychedelic, gospel, tribal, classical, weaving tales of the human condition. "Elegance and fierceness in the same deep breath" writes poet laureate Gary Snyder. Rand has performed alongside such greats as Bonnie Raitt, Micky Hart, John Trudell, Dougie McClean, the McGarrigle Sisters. She now lives in Arcata, CA.

Reggie Garret is the purveyor of a unique strain of urban acoustic folk music, incorporating Latin rhythms, Blues, Gospel and Celtic, resulting in a musical blend that excites and touches audiences throughout the U.S. and Canada. He has been compared to legends Richie Havens and Bill Withers by National Folk Magazine, "Dirty Linen." As a songwriter, his specialty is creating and enhancing a mood. Garrett's voice is, in itself, an utterly unique instrument. "A tremulous, warm cry from the heart." -Victory Music Review. Hailing from Seattle, WA, he has toured for over 20 years, headlining festivals, often with his band "The Snake Oil Peddlers" and has released five CDs.

TheRev. Wendell Robinson has been named new senior pastor of Mt. Olivet BaptistChurch, replacing the Rev. James Martin who has retired.

Rev.Robinson, a native of Portland,  worked for US Bank as a commercialaccount officer for 5 years, his first job after graduating from college. Sensing God’s call into ministry, he left the banking industry and beganworking as an associate pastor of Mt. Olivet’s youth ministries, where heserved for 10 years. He and his family left Portland to live in Ponce, PuertoRico as the first full-time missionaries of Mt. Olivet in partnership withAmbassadors Fellowship. Rev. Robinson later founded a nonprofit organization,Reaching the Nations, as a mission outreach to East African in Kampala,Uganda.  He has preached the gospel message in five other Africannations, including Nigeria, The Republic of Benin, Ghana, Cameroon, and Kenya.

In2009 Rev. Robinson and his wife, Lisa, to whom he has been married for 29years, left Puerto Rico and began their new life in Atlanta, Georgia where hejoined the 410 Bridge, an international Christian developmentorganization.  He served 410 Bridge for 5 years as the US Program Directorfor Haiti and Honduras.  While at 410 Bridge he provided key leadership andoversight to Haiti and Honduras’s Country Directors for all mission trips,programs, projects and community development initiatives.  He was alsoformerly the senior program officer for Forward Edge International, where heprovided oversight of FEI‘s child-focused, community development programs inHaiti, Cuba, Mexico and Puerto Rico.

Rev. Robinson is a graduate of WesternTheological Seminary and United States International University. He isexperienced in the implementation and oversight of successful local and globalchurch ministries.  He is an accomplished communicator in the context ofSunday worship services, seminars, retreats, evangelistic crusades, leadershiptraining and small group settings and is fluent in Spanish.
Nov 20 Wed
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Lisa McCullough leads a discussion on various DNA related subjects, with each meeting focused on a particular subject. General questions are welcome at the end of each planned discussion. Questions? dna_lm@gfo.org
Nov 21 Thu
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
EXTENDED LONG POSE: Drop-in, uninstructed figure drawing class at High Low Art Space. Our extended long pose features the same pose for four weeks before switching poses and models. It's a great opportunity for artists to work on a more resolved drawing or painting. $10, 1 -4 p.m., High Low Art Space, 936 SE 34th Ave
Nov 23 Sat
6:00 PM - 2:00 AM

The Northwest's premier show and sale of nature-related art and books returns for its 39th year – just in time to kick-start holiday shopping on Nov. 23 and 24.

New for 2019, the popular festival has moved toPure Space in Portland’s vibrant Pearl District. Stroll through this light-filled space and find the perfect gift or something for yourself, with proceeds benefiting Portland Audubon’seducation and conservation efforts.

Presented by Backyard Bird shop, the Wild Arts Festivalboasts 61 artists, including jewelry designers, painters, printmakers and sculptors, plus glass, wood, fiber art and ceramic artists.  Although their media differ greatly, they all celebrate the natural world by featuring:

• Nature or wildlife as a subject,

• Natural materials as medium, or

• Art promoting environmental sustainability

Thirteen impressive Northwest authors are scheduled to autograph books from Noon to 4 p.m. each day.
They specialize in nature, birds, hiking, history, books for kids, and books that illuminate living in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Featured authors include:

  • Nancy Tillman, New York Times best-selling children’s author
  • Molly Hashimoto, author of Birds of the West: an artist’s guide
  • Laura O. Foster with a new edition ofPortland Stair Walks providing a wonderful tour of Portland using the public stairways

New! Tiny birdhouse art project

One of the Festival highlights will be the new Tiny Birdhouse Project.  Up to 200 local artists will transform small, decorative wooden birdhouses into imaginative works of art and donate them to the sale. These one-of-a-kind treasures will be priced affordably, so Festival attendees will line up early to get first dibs on this exhibit!

Silent auction
Here you’ll find beautiful framed pictures, jewelry and outdoor gear, plus gift certificates for vacation lodging, exotic trips and restaurants. Get a bidder number, make your bid, and cross your fingers – you might win, you might get a bargain! If you’re looking for a perfect holiday gift, you may find it here.

Entertainment and Dining

Guests can enjoy Saturday Happy Hour from 3-6 p.m. with wine, beer and light fare available for purchase. The rest of the weekend, attendees can purchase beverages and snacks on site.

Tickets

Tickets are available for purchase online at WildArtsFestival.org or at the door. Tickets are $10,and kids under age 14 get in free.

Location and hours

Pure Space, 1315 NW Overton, Portland, OR
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 23 | 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 24

Last year, the Wild Arts Festival raised more than $195,000 for Portland Audubon’s initiatives to promote the understanding, enjoyment and protection of native birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

Find Portland Audubon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @AudubonPortland.

Nov 24 Sun
6:00 PM - 2:00 AM

The Northwest's premier show and sale of nature-related art and books returns for its 39th year – just in time to kick-start holiday shopping on Nov. 23 and 24.

New for 2019, the popular festival has moved toPure Space in Portland’s vibrant Pearl District. Stroll through this light-filled space and find the perfect gift or something for yourself, with proceeds benefiting Portland Audubon’seducation and conservation efforts.

Presented by Backyard Bird shop, the Wild Arts Festivalboasts 61 artists, including jewelry designers, painters, printmakers and sculptors, plus glass, wood, fiber art and ceramic artists.  Although their media differ greatly, they all celebrate the natural world by featuring:

• Nature or wildlife as a subject,

• Natural materials as medium, or

• Art promoting environmental sustainability

Thirteen impressive Northwest authors are scheduled to autograph books from Noon to 4 p.m. each day.
They specialize in nature, birds, hiking, history, books for kids, and books that illuminate living in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Featured authors include:

  • Nancy Tillman, New York Times best-selling children’s author
  • Molly Hashimoto, author of Birds of the West: an artist’s guide
  • Laura O. Foster with a new edition ofPortland Stair Walks providing a wonderful tour of Portland using the public stairways

New! Tiny birdhouse art project

One of the Festival highlights will be the new Tiny Birdhouse Project.  Up to 200 local artists will transform small, decorative wooden birdhouses into imaginative works of art and donate them to the sale. These one-of-a-kind treasures will be priced affordably, so Festival attendees will line up early to get first dibs on this exhibit!

Silent auction
Here you’ll find beautiful framed pictures, jewelry and outdoor gear, plus gift certificates for vacation lodging, exotic trips and restaurants. Get a bidder number, make your bid, and cross your fingers – you might win, you might get a bargain! If you’re looking for a perfect holiday gift, you may find it here.

Entertainment and Dining

Guests can enjoy Saturday Happy Hour from 3-6 p.m. with wine, beer and light fare available for purchase. The rest of the weekend, attendees can purchase beverages and snacks on site.

Tickets

Tickets are available for purchase online at WildArtsFestival.org or at the door. Tickets are $10,and kids under age 14 get in free.

Location and hours

Pure Space, 1315 NW Overton, Portland, OR
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 23 | 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 24

Last year, the Wild Arts Festival raised more than $195,000 for Portland Audubon’s initiatives to promote the understanding, enjoyment and protection of native birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

Find Portland Audubon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @AudubonPortland.

6:00 PM - 1:00 AM

The Northwest's premier show and sale of nature-related art and books returns for its 39th year – just in time to kick-start holiday shopping on Nov. 23 and 24.

New for 2019, the popular festival has moved toPure Space in Portland’s vibrant Pearl District. Stroll through this light-filled space and find the perfect gift or something for yourself, with proceeds benefiting Portland Audubon’seducation and conservation efforts.

Presented by Backyard Bird shop, the Wild Arts Festivalboasts 61 artists, including jewelry designers, painters, printmakers and sculptors, plus glass, wood, fiber art and ceramic artists.  Although their media differ greatly, they all celebrate the natural world by featuring:

• Nature or wildlife as a subject,

• Natural materials as medium, or

• Art promoting environmental sustainability

Thirteen impressive Northwest authors are scheduled to autograph books from Noon to 4 p.m. each day.
They specialize in nature, birds, hiking, history, books for kids, and books that illuminate living in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Featured authors include:

  • Nancy Tillman, New York Times best-selling children’s author
  • Molly Hashimoto, author of Birds of the West: an artist’s guide
  • Laura O. Foster with a new edition ofPortland Stair Walks providing a wonderful tour of Portland using the public stairways

New! Tiny birdhouse art project

One of the Festival highlights will be the new Tiny Birdhouse Project.  Up to 200 local artists will transform small, decorative wooden birdhouses into imaginative works of art and donate them to the sale. These one-of-a-kind treasures will be priced affordably, so Festival attendees will line up early to get first dibs on this exhibit!

Silent auction
Here you’ll find beautiful framed pictures, jewelry and outdoor gear, plus gift certificates for vacation lodging, exotic trips and restaurants. Get a bidder number, make your bid, and cross your fingers – you might win, you might get a bargain! If you’re looking for a perfect holiday gift, you may find it here.

Entertainment and Dining

Guests can enjoy Saturday Happy Hour from 3-6 p.m. with wine, beer and light fare available for purchase. The rest of the weekend, attendees can purchase beverages and snacks on site.

Tickets

Tickets are available for purchase online at WildArtsFestival.org or at the door. Tickets are $10,and kids under age 14 get in free.

Location and hours

Pure Space, 1315 NW Overton, Portland, OR
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 23 | 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 24

Last year, the Wild Arts Festival raised more than $195,000 for Portland Audubon’s initiatives to promote the understanding, enjoyment and protection of native birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

Find Portland Audubon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @AudubonPortland.

Nov 25 Mon
6:00 PM - 1:00 AM

The Northwest's premier show and sale of nature-related art and books returns for its 39th year – just in time to kick-start holiday shopping on Nov. 23 and 24.

New for 2019, the popular festival has moved toPure Space in Portland’s vibrant Pearl District. Stroll through this light-filled space and find the perfect gift or something for yourself, with proceeds benefiting Portland Audubon’seducation and conservation efforts.

Presented by Backyard Bird shop, the Wild Arts Festivalboasts 61 artists, including jewelry designers, painters, printmakers and sculptors, plus glass, wood, fiber art and ceramic artists.  Although their media differ greatly, they all celebrate the natural world by featuring:

• Nature or wildlife as a subject,

• Natural materials as medium, or

• Art promoting environmental sustainability

Thirteen impressive Northwest authors are scheduled to autograph books from Noon to 4 p.m. each day.
They specialize in nature, birds, hiking, history, books for kids, and books that illuminate living in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Featured authors include:

  • Nancy Tillman, New York Times best-selling children’s author
  • Molly Hashimoto, author of Birds of the West: an artist’s guide
  • Laura O. Foster with a new edition ofPortland Stair Walks providing a wonderful tour of Portland using the public stairways

New! Tiny birdhouse art project

One of the Festival highlights will be the new Tiny Birdhouse Project.  Up to 200 local artists will transform small, decorative wooden birdhouses into imaginative works of art and donate them to the sale. These one-of-a-kind treasures will be priced affordably, so Festival attendees will line up early to get first dibs on this exhibit!

Silent auction
Here you’ll find beautiful framed pictures, jewelry and outdoor gear, plus gift certificates for vacation lodging, exotic trips and restaurants. Get a bidder number, make your bid, and cross your fingers – you might win, you might get a bargain! If you’re looking for a perfect holiday gift, you may find it here.

Entertainment and Dining

Guests can enjoy Saturday Happy Hour from 3-6 p.m. with wine, beer and light fare available for purchase. The rest of the weekend, attendees can purchase beverages and snacks on site.

Tickets

Tickets are available for purchase online at WildArtsFestival.org or at the door. Tickets are $10,and kids under age 14 get in free.

Location and hours

Pure Space, 1315 NW Overton, Portland, OR
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 23 | 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 24

Last year, the Wild Arts Festival raised more than $195,000 for Portland Audubon’s initiatives to promote the understanding, enjoyment and protection of native birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

Find Portland Audubon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @AudubonPortland.

Delve into the holiday season with a night of resplendent Advent and Christmas performances that span the centuries. Seattle Pacific University's annual concert features the University’s acclaimed Symphony Orchestra and Concert, Women’s, Men’s, and Gospel Choirs.
For nearly two decades, this event has featured the best of sacred Advent music from around the world, as well as traditional Christmas carols, performed by the Music Department’s nationally recognized student and faculty musicians.
Individual tickets are $22-$25, or $20 for groups of 10 or more. To purchase tickets, visit the Benaroya Hall website or call 206-215-4818. Visit spu.edu/sacredsounds for more information.
Nov 28 Thu
Every other Thursday at 9:00 AM at the North Policing Center on NE MLK & NE Emerson by the Boys & Girls Club, the Inter-Faith Peace & Action Collaborative meets in the Assistant Chief Kevin Modica Community Room and all people of faith, community, and law enforcement are welcome.

We meet for two hours discussing and coming to understanding around training, community police interactions, mass demonstrations, and ways to build better police/community relations.
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
EXTENDED LONG POSE: Drop-in, uninstructed figure drawing class at High Low Art Space. Our extended long pose features the same pose for four weeks before switching poses and models. It's a great opportunity for artists to work on a more resolved drawing or painting. $10, 1 -4 p.m., High Low Art Space, 936 SE 34th Ave