semper quaerens

a new season

Like a fallen acorn or freshly-sharpened pencil, autumn feels full of promise….what discoveries await you? Here’s what has us curious…

Read: As big fans of Seattle Public Library’s “Peak Picks” program, we snapped up David Epstein’s new book, Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World - a powerful argument for having a broad range of interests and pursuits. Get a sneak peak with on this podcast with Epstein and Malcolm Gladwell from our favorite 92Y Talks series.

Homecoming Festival at Town Hall, month of September: We’re especially excited about “A Million Suggestions From Suzan Lori-Parkes” on September 7th.

Native Plant Sale Seward Park Audubon Center September 14th Invite pollinators and birds to your yard by planting easy to care for native plants. Fall is an excellent time for planting!

We believe in giving back to the community and one of our favorite organizations is Green Plate Special, teaching gardening and cooking skills to middle-school students (grades 4th - 8th). Join us September 21st for their sixth-annual Garden Gala - always a delicious and inspiring evening under the stars. Buy a veggie pull ticket and you may win a Field Trip Society gift certificate!

Tai Chi in the Garden at Kubota Garden Mondays in September 9:15 - 10:00 a.m. If you’re in need of moment of zen, this is it. Meet at the Terrace Overlook to do Tai Chi in one of the most beautiful spots in the city. No need to sign up, just show up!

Pod Tours America September 29th Your chance to see Favs and Lovett in the flesh and give them some love for helping us get through the last 3 years.

On the horizon: Choir! Choir! Choir! October 11th St. Mark’s Cathedral This is bound to be a magical night … get your tickets now!

Happy September!