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22 Jun 2011 14:28

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your Wikli-fix: out & proud

Whether it's pride in your identity, in your neighborhood, or in a local happening created by friends and neighbors — whatever it is that pulls you out-of-doors, this week offers to embrace you.


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call for artists & craftspeople, Art in the Alley applications

The Columbia City Gallery is accepting applications from artists and craftspeople in all media to participate in Art in the Alley, Southeast Seattle's outdoor visual arts festival. Every year, we fill the alley just to the north of the Gallery with art and the artists who make it. This year, we are pleased to be partnering with Rainier Valley Summer Streets Block Party and Parade, which will bring hundreds of potential customers to the neighborhood. Art in the Alley is on Saturday, August 20th from 11 am – 5 pm. You can download vendor applications on the front page of our website.



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Columbia City Bakery CSB

Columbia City Bakery's CSB is accepting subscriptions for the upcoming months.

Based on the model of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), our Community Supported Bakery (CSB) aims to create a more direct relationship between our artisan bakers and customers. A subscription to our CSB provides you with a weekly delivery of breads and sweets, dropped off at a convenient location in your neighborhood. You can personally select the items you want, or you can let our bakers make the decisions for you with our Baker's Choice (our most popular option).

To sign up for artisan bread and sweet delivery visit ColumbiaCityBakery.com

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Columbia City Street Scramble this Sunday

The urban scavenger hunt known as Street Scramble is coming to Columbia City for the first time this Sunday, June 26. 30 checkpoints are marked on a map — how many can you visit? 90 minutes or 3 hours — your choice. On foot or on bike. Team or solo.

Vivian BlissVivian Bliss


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Green Teens camp

The purpose of this camp is to give youth a fun, safe, and educational opportunity outdoors. This camp is hosted by Rainier Community Center and will take place at Cheasty Green Space on Beacon Hill. Participants of this camp can earn up to 30 service hours toward graduation. To register contact Derryn Anderson at Rainier Community Center, vog.elttaes|nosredna.nyrred#vog.elttaes|nosredna.nyrred, 386-1919.

camp dates: June 27 - July 1
camp times: 9am - 3pm

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“Keeping Arts Alive” for kids

Arts In Motion is excited to announce the Pepsi Refresh Project has accepted our proposal. If we get enough votes to be among the top ten projects by the end of June, $50,000 in funding will be awarded. It would help hundreds of kids at Arts In Motion right here in Columbia City along with other elementary schools in SE Seattle. Imagine — Music, Drama, Dance, Visual Arts and Film classes — all made available to our community simply by voting for our project. Voting is easy. Go to our Keeping Arts Alive page and vote.



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live at the CCT -- album release, pride party & more

It's a big week at Columbia City Theater, not only are we celebrating the release of a live album recorded on our stage, on cassette, we're also celebrating one year of business. We can't thank you all enough for your support over the past year, it has truly been a pleasure (and an adventure) and we'll be celebrating the milestone properly with a free show next Saturday, July 2nd.

But we're getting ahead of ourselves, because we've got some great events happening this week at the theater and a brand new video calendar to tell you all about it.



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"Mixed White" and "PaperWorks" debut at Columbia City Gallery

Columbia City Gallery is pleased to announce two new exhibits. "Mixed White" and "PaperWorks" run June 22 - August 7, 2011. The Artists' Reception will be held on Saturday, June 25, 5-8pm at the Columbia City Gallery, 4864 Rainier Ave S. This event is free and open to the public.



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Pre-Pride Folk-i-Fied concert

Get your folk on to kick off your Seattle Pride weekend! Looking for a different scene to show your pride? Try this on for size and get folk-i-fied!

A musical celebration featuring:

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Friday June 24, 6:30 - 10:00pm
Columbia City Church of Hope
3818 S Angeline St

Darla DeFranceDarla DeFrance


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Southeast District Council meeting

This month, Southeast will hold a joint district council meeting with the Greater Duwamish District Council. The location will be Wednesday June 22, 6:30 pm, at the Beacon Hill library, 2821 Beacon Ave S. To celebrate the 2nd day of summer, we decided to have a potluck. Bring your favorite dish to share.

Here's the agenda

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summer solstice party at St. Dames

Join the Dames for summer solstice!

Wednesday, June 22, 9pm-midnight

You can expect food & drink specials. You never know, you could enjoy a special tequila sunrise or Sun Ra on the juke box!



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