Seattle Sports Sample Sale

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Seattle Sports | est. 1983

At Seattle Sports, we strive to honor the relationship between outdoor adventure and everyday life through innovation, history, and an understanding of our environment. The result is the continued creation of a wide selection of quality outdoor gear at a full range of price points. We produce gear that speaks to a world where outdoors and everyday are synonymous.

Seattle Sports is opening their doors for a Sample Sale! Come early and save big on quality samples, unpackaged gear and previous styles. Nothing over $25! You can shop for the holidays AND stock up for your next big adventure.

Dry Bags starting as low as $3. Paddling and Camping accessories starting at $5. Duffels $10, Backpacks $15, Car Top Carriers $20, Boat Carts $20, Panniers $20 and a whole lot more…

Come early to grab the best gear! Our sale dates are as follows:

11/21: 11am-6pm
11/22: 9am-4pm
11/28: 9am-4pm (BLACK FRIDAY)
12/12: 11am-6pm
12/13: 9am-4pm

Located in Magnolia Village – Entrance on W. Wheeler St. next to Tanglewood Supreme.

For more details please visit www.seattlesportsco.com/sale.

Thank you from all of us at Seattle Sports!

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Wallingford Chamber Auction

Nancy Treder from the Wallingford Chamber of Commerce writes:

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The Wallingford Chamber of Commerce invites the neighborhood to come see what the local merchants have donated to help us raise money for new LED lights to brighten up the neighborhood during the holidays. Everyone is invited for an evening of fun and fabulous prizes!

  • $200 gift certificate to Canlis
  • A day with an electrician
  • Wine Cellar – with lots of wine
  • Massages & personal services
  • Summer camp at Summer Quest
  • Spanish lessons
  • Cedar bench
  • Gifts for cats
  • Gifts for dogs
  • Arthur Murray Dance lessons
  • Seahawks display board signed by John Carlson, Aaron Curry, and Marcus Trufant
  • Sounders display board signed by Kasey Keller, Fredy Montero, Steve Zakuani, and Chad Marshall

Join us in celebrating “Light Up The Night,” at the Wallingford Chamber of Commerce Annual Auction. This year’s theme of “Light Up The Night” offers Chamber members and friends of the community a night to come see what your local merchants have donated to raise money to support the community and improve our quality of life.

The annual gala offers great appetizers, live music, “no host” cash bar, free parking and good fun.  A line up of incredible silent and live auction items have been donated to support the Chamber’s mission in promoting the economic and community vitality of Wallingford. By working with businesses, neighbors and schools local community groups, the Chamber benefits the entire neighborhood.

“Light Up The Night” is this year’s community project.  The chamber is raising funds to purchase solar LED lights to illuminate the retail and business areas in Wallingford to beautify the neighborhood during dark nights and to attract shoppers to the business district during evening hours this holiday season.

The chamber has also partnered with the Northwest Burn Foundation and a portion of this year’s proceeds will go to support the Northwest Burn Foundation’s efforts to eliminate burn injuries and improve the quality of life for burn injury survivors served by the Foundation.

The Chamber welcomes additional sponsors and auction donations. General admission tickets are $50 per person. The auction will be held on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Swedish Cultural Center, located at 1920 Dexter Ave, Seattle, WA 98109

For more information on sponsoring this event or to donate an auction item, please contact [email protected]. For tickets, visit wallingfordchamber.org/annual-auction/.

Rebls

ad-shopping_300Wallyhood is pleased to welcome a new sponsor, local real estate start-up Rebls:

Rebls lets Wallingford homeowners instantly see who’s shopping for their home just by entering their address. As a homeowner, it’s hard to ever really know if there’s interest for your home unless you put it up for sale. Rebls changes that by giving homeowners the power to track demand and see potential buyers for their home without going on the market, showing their address, or talking to a professional before they’re ready.

If you’re thinking about buying, you can enter a search term like “Wallingford” on Rebls and automatically see a list of PreMarket homes in the area that aren’t available anywhere else. Rebls also gives buyers and homeowners the power to connect directly through a free profile if they choose. If a potential deal arises, you can work with one of the many agents Rebls partners with who will charge you a reduced commission since you’ve already made steps toward finding your own home or buyer.

NalandaWest 10th Anniversary

Awake_in_Seattle_NW_Press_Release__Final__pdfNalandaWest (3902 Woodland Park Ave N), a volunteer-run Buddhist organization offering a “curated selection of teachings and presenters from diverse wisdom traditions”  is celebrating its 10th anniversary this weekend, November 15 and 16, with an Open House and weekend of panel discussions, meditation instruction and exploration of the contemplative arts:

What does it feel like to live life more fully awake and alive? All “Awake in Seattle” events are free and open to the public. All of the weekend’s events will give visitors a taste of bringing a contemplative perspective into our lives.

Saturday’s program:

  • A panel discussion, co-­‐moderated by Angela Russell, KIRO-­‐TV anchor, with three leading teachers from distinct Buddhist traditions: Venerable Pannavati, John Tarrant Roshi, and Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.
  • Learn how meditation helps us to be more open, spacious, and relaxed. Brief instruction from each of the three teachers’ traditions, for a direct experience of meditation.
  • Free lunch: Locally sourced foods of the Pacific Northwest
  • Take an experiential tour of the Five Fields of Knowledge: Creativity & the Arts, Health & Well Being, Communication, The Mind, and Direct Insight.

Sunday’s program:

  • Morning meditation session
  • A panel discussion with Nalandabodhi senior teachers Tyler Dewar, Lee Worley, Mark Power and Karl Brunnhölzl.

 

 

Rose Alley Poetry Readings

david2David Horowitz, founder of Rose Alley Press writes:

On Friday, November 14th, eight Western Washington poets will gather to share poems and stories about work. Subjects will range from best and worst jobs to maintaining work/leisure balance to seeing writing as both play and work. All of the performers will engage and challenge and entertain. They are Christine Clarke, Larry Crist, Christopher Jarmick, Donald Kentop, Ewan Magie, Dobbie Norris, Michael Spence, and Carolyne Wright. David D. Horowitz will emcee. Prizes will be awarded for answers to literary and trivia questions, and light refreshments will be served.

Then, on Tuesday, November 18th, six Western Washington poets will gather to share poems and stories about animals. Subjects will range from favorite childhood pets to maintaining human habitat/wilderness balance to finding humor in human/animal relationships. The performers are Jennifer Bullis, Rick Clark, J. Glenn Evans, David D. Horowitz, Brendan McBreen, and Bethany Reid. David D. Horowitz will also emcee. Prizes will be awarded for answers to literary and trivia questions, and light refreshments will be served.

The readings will take place at the Good Shepherd Center here in Wallingford (4649 Sunnyside Avenue N), Room 202 at 7 pm.

Lagunitas Brewers Night at Murphy’s

Murphy’s is hosting a special Brewer’s Night event this Thursday: beer with paired food. They’re showcasing several beers from Lagunitas brewery, including the Little Sumpin’ Extra, IPA, Pils and (yes) Lagunitas Sucks. The food menu includes Little Sumpin’ Wings, the IPA Dubliner Burger, Pils Cod and Chips, and Sucks Pulled Pork, which probably doesn’t.

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University Cooperative School Open House

image001It’s getting to be that season again: schools are starting to host open houses for the 2015 – 2016 school year.

Katherine Bragdon writes:

Please join us at a University Cooperative School (K-5) open house:

  • Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 • 1:00–3:00 pm
  • Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015 • 1:00–3:00 pm

5601 University Way NE • Seattle WA 98105 • 206.524.0653 • www.ucoopschool.org

At University Cooperative School, a joyful elementary school experience sets the stage for a lifetime of learning! Our school offers . . .

  • small and personal classroom settings
  • a strong community
  • exceptional teachers
  • hands-on learning
  • a child-centered environment
  • affordable tuition
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