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Live locally. Consult your community calendar.
- Farmers Market (Wed),
- CC Landmark District Review Committee (ThuFri),
- an urban dance-drama (Fri & Sat),
- Brazilian music, dance & food (Sat),
- a CC neighbors meeting (Mon),
- and more.
Oh my goodness! The money just keeps rolling in and things are getting back to normal. Thank you everyone. It was like that scene in It’s a Wonderful Life with everyone throwing money at the Savings and Loan, only it was us. (Not a bad feeling by the way.) The whole weeklong experience was so touching and humbling, it made us teary eyed.
The Kingdom plays through Thursday at 3:00 5:00 and 7:00.
Michael Clayton starts Friday and is it ever good. Daily 2:00 4:30 7:00 with 9:15 shows Friday and Saturday.
See you At the movies.
Janet Hurt of the Farmers Market says there will be apple tasting today (10/10) at 4pm. You can sample a variety of heirloom apples and learn which ones are best for eating, baking, sauce, etc.
The CC Landmarks Review Committee meets on ThursdayFRIDAY (agenda is here).
First they'll review a signage proposal.
Most of the meeting is a review of two different townhouse projects at 4729 36th Avenue S (along the west side of Columbia Park commons) and at 3815 S. Angeline St (see map).
- HUMANATURE is an urban dance-drama that takes the audience on a powerful journey through the interconnected struggles of 13 people living in the Emerald City - a Black family moving out of the neighborhood. Two young lovers. A girl dealing on the streets. A single mother. Children playing. An angry father, his wife and her child. A security guard. A politician - All part of the diverse and rich tapestry of our human family and city.
- Tudo Beleza is an exuberant music and dance group. The performance includes traditional Carnaval costumes, Capoeira movements and rhythms ranging from samba to Afro-Brazilian. A samba-reggae dance workshop will follow the performance along with a complimentary buffet of Brazilian food, catered by Tempero Do Brasil Restaurant.
Columbia City Neighborhood Meeting: Oct. 15 at 6:00 at the Columbia City library.
Join your neighbors in a discussion about a new neighborhood association. This meeting is a follow-up to our August meeting. See you there.
- Outreach: How can we better connect to all of the residents of Columbia City?
- Community Affairs: What critical community affairs issues should we discuss? Crime & Safety, converting Rainier Avenue into a "Complete Street," or possible zoning changes?
- Community Building: Help plan a winter activity with the goal of bringing the community together for fun, food, and laughter.
- Not just story time, it's firefighter story time at the library this Friday, 10:30-11:15. Firefighters share a story and discuss fire safety, demonstrate putting on their gear, and answer questions. If the crew isn't called away to a fire, kids might even have a turn sitting in the fire truck!
- Imagine that — the library's got a book group. Next month's title is Madame Bovary — Ooh la la!
CC in the news
- The CC Cinema is buoyed by some positive press.
… now that's some news we needed.
CC in the blogossiphere
- The P-I blogs about the SOS from the CCC.
- There's lots to say about Tutta Bella.
- Verve gets a nice neighbor review.
- You've eaten at these places — tell folks what you think.
Columbia City / Hillman City Gateway Project — Connecting our Communities
2nd meeting to plan a Gathering/Art/Connection space to bridge our communities
October 23 2007 6:30-8:30 pm
Meet us at Whitworth School 5215 46th Ave. S
Snacks and child care available
Help us build on the ideas gathered at the last meeting. Bring your friends and neighbors.
It's cool to be part of a new community project aimed at facilitating connectivity, art, inclusiveness… you name it.
Columbia City Toy & Clothing Sale
sponsored by Rainier Valley Cooperative Preschool
Used & new children's clothing, toys and books. Sizes infant - 5T. All proceeds benefit the RVCP's operating budget and scholarship fund. If you're looking for children's items or just have a deep love for nonprofits in our area, you don't want to miss this one.
Saturday October 27th, 9am - 2pm
3818 S. Angeline Street (In the preschool's location, basement of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church.)
Read more about us on the preschool website.
Hillman City Business Association has a brand new website.
Many people turned out at Tuesday's Early Design Guidance meeting for proposed new development at the St Gobain site, to the southwest of Rainier & Hudson.
At Tuesday's meeting Steve Orser of Harbor Properties announced a community workshop they've planned for November 15 at 6pm. Details will be on the calendar soon.
Wean the Wikli of its spamming ways.
You've heard this before. The Wikli is finally getting serious about making plans to think long and hard about its eventual transition to a future spam-free diet. Help the Wikli stick to its unwavering resolve to kick the spam habit. You've got four more weeks to sign up for your Wikli alert before we go cold turkey. Or you could just opt in now.
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