Monday, February 15, 2016

Strengthening Quakerism Discussion February 18

Kathy and Bob Runyan, the co-directors of the Ben Lomond Quaker Center will be in town in February before doing a workshop for Salmon Bay Friends Meeting, and want to meet other Quakers in the area.

South Seattle Friends have organized an after-dinner dessert potluck for Bob and Kathy on Thursday February 18 from 7 to 8:30pm at Jackson Place Cohousing (JPC)  , 800 Hiawatha Place S. The general plan is to have dessert, followed by Worship then a discussion about strengthening Quakerism.

Everyone is welcome.

We won't arrange childcare, but there is a playroom at JPC, and we can informally take turns with the kids if needed. Jackson Place Cohousing, 800 Hiawatha Pl S, is located on the SE  corner of Hiawatha Pl S and S Dearborn St. There is street parking available in the area. We have a small visitor parking lot off of Dearborn street (between Hiawatha and Davis) for use by limited mobility guests.

The entrance to the common spaces is on the third floor, accessible via the courtyard opposite the visitor parking lot. If you know you are attending, an RSVP would be great,(leave a comment and RantWoman will forward)  but you can come even if you don't RSVP.

RantWoman is clear in a call to offer additional non-car-centric directions.

Metro routes 7 and 9x stop at Rainier and Dearborn. Walk east from Rainier up the hill to the parking lot described above.

Metro Route 48 stops at 23rd Avenue S and Dearborn. Walk downhill  to the parking lot described above.

Friends who would like a walking or biking route less likely to cause even mountain goats vertigo might want to consider riding the 48 to Judkins and 23rd Avenue S, following Judkins W until it curves into S Norman and then Norman connects with Davis.

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