While there are certainly signs of spring around, the thermostat thinks otherwise. We’re keeping the faith that sunshine and warmer temps are on the way (enough with the wool socks already).
Here is what is piquing our curiosity this month…
What Matters Most, A Conversation with Chanel Reynolds March 19th at the Riveter Capitol Hill One of our favorite humans has written a book to help us all “get our shit together” - everything you need to know to get started on life planning (think wills, money, insurance and the unexpected - you know the FUN stuff), but handled with humor, common sense and sass. If you can’t make this night, she’ll be at Third Place Books Ravenna March 20th. Do yourself and your loved ones a favor and GET THIS BOOK!
The Sharing Blankets exhibition and the yəhaw̓ exhibition at King Street Station March - May These unique exhibitions celebrate the Native communities of the Northwest highlighting how historic artistic traditions shape contemporary culture.
Belltown P-Patch Cottages free art classes March - April These classes are filling fast, but there are still spots in Printmaking, Drawing, Painting and Kids Art. If you’ve ever been curious about these sweet cottages on Elliot Ave. - here’s your chance to visit and create!
Free gardening classes at City People’s Garden Store March - April From mason bees to fruit trees, vegetables to garden pests, these classes will get your green thumb primed for the season ahead!
Favorite recent read … The Library Book by Susan Orlean (a Peak Pick at SPL!), absolutely EXTRAORDINARY.
Bring on the tulips, signal the robins, we’re ready!