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Coloring for Adults

Take some time to unwind and connect with other community members while coloring at Third Place Commons. This event takes place every 4th Tuesday.

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Haiku Northwest

Haiku Northwest is an enthusiastic and friendly group of poets from around the Seattle metropolitan area who are dedicated to writing, studying and appreciating haiku and related poetic genres in English. They meet monthly to share and critique work. New members are always welcome to attend.

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Commons Art-In

Come make art at this free, drop-in creative time for drawing and painting. Artists, bring your friends and/or make new ones! There’s no instructor, just plenty of community art-making. BYO art supplies/all levels of experience welcome! *No oil paints/solvents, please!* Look for the plastic-covered tables in the Commons. This event takes place every 1st Saturday.

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Friday Afternoon at the Movies – Shadow of a Doubt

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center presents Shadow of a Doubt, in Partnership with Scarecrow Video. Alfred Hitchcock directed the charming domestic thriller Shadow of a Doubt in 1943, long before he was established as the king of suspense. The film stars Joseph Cotton, playing against type as a charming family man with a very dark secret. ...

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SCC Art Gallery: ONE CUP HALF FULL Exhibit & Silent Auction

ONE CUP HALF FULL is a ceramic art exhibition and silent auction, featuring the artwork of students, faculty and professional artists from the community. These artists have donated their artwork for a Silent Auction to support the SCC Clay Club and the charitable efforts of One Cup Coffee Company. COME BID ON A CUP at ...

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Coloring for Adults

Take some time to unwind and connect with other community members while coloring at Third Place Commons. This event takes place every 4th Tuesday.            

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Haiku Northwest

Haiku Northwest is an enthusiastic and friendly group of poets from around the Seattle metropolitan area who are dedicated to writing, studying and appreciating haiku and related poetic genres in English. They meet monthly to share and critique work. New members are always welcome to attend.

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Hello 4Culture

In 2017, 4Culture is getting out of the office, putting down the phone, and talking with our community face-to-face. On the third Tuesday of every month, 4Culture staff members will be at both the Kent Library and Third Place Commons from 10am to 2pm sharing information about all of their opportunities, from grants to gallery space. Whether ...

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Opening Reception: “A Pictorial Celebration of Kenmore History”

New Kenmore exhibit features hallmark images, artifacts from Kenmore’s past. The Arts of Kenmore Gallery at City Hall is hosting “A Pictorial Celebration of Kenmore History,” an exhibition featuring a pictorial narrative and iconic artifacts documenting hallmark moments in the life of Kenmore, on view through March 9. The public is invited to a reception and entertaining program ...

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