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Highland Terrace October 2019 Newsletter
 
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Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association
Friday, Oct. 11 at 7pm

Pumpkin Carving for Kids of All Ages

(arrive at 6:45pm to choose a pumpkin )

Training for Adults: "Stop the Bleed" at 7pm
Lake City Emergency Communication Hub presents “Stop the Bleed”, a national program developed by trauma experts.  This free 1 hour training course, followed by practice application, teaches basic life-saving medical interventions, including methods to control severe bleeding. Read more about “Stop the Bleed” and RSVP to guarantee your spot.  
 
There will be supervised pumpkin carving for kids in a separate area during this training program.

 
Location:  Highland Terrace Elementary School, 100 N. 160th St., Shoreline. 

For more information email: info@highlandterraceneighborhood.org
 
This event takes the place of the usual second Thursday monthly meeting of the Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association.  No meeting on Thursday, Oct. 10.
Prop 1 will be on the November Ballot
Shoreline Proposition 1 Information Meeting 
Tues. Oct 1 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Richmond Highlands Recreation Center, 16554 Fremont Ave N
Shoreline City Council has placed a bond measure, Shoreline Proposition 1, on the November 5 general election ballot. Approval of Proposition 1 will allow the City to construct a new aquatics, recreation, and community center. It will also allow the City to make improvements to four community parks. The City would issue up to $103,600,000 in general obligation bonds to be paid back through an increase in property taxes.To learn more about Proposition 1, come to this informational session.

Shoreline Aquatics, Recreation and Community Center (ShARCC)  
Proposed site: 17828 Midvale Avenue N.  Information, public comments and City contacts can be viewed at above link.  For more information email Parks Director Eric Friedli efriedli@shorelinewa.gov or call 206-801-2601.
A special meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 3 at 7pm to continue discussion of the Sept. 14 meeting. Click here for agenda.  
Location: Shoreline City Hall Conference Room 303, 17500 Midvale Ave N. 
Monster Mash Dash - Saturday, October 5
Family 5K Fun Run & Walk
Costumes are encouraged and prizes will be awarded for the best costume 
in each age group as well as best group costume.
Check in at City Hall at 8am
Run: 9am / Walk: 9:05am
Costume Awards: 10:15am
Route: Interurban Trail, 17500 Midvale Ave N
from 175th to 145th and loop back
For more information and to register: Shorelinewa.gov/5K
Pledge to Skip the Straw!

It is estimated that nearly 9 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean each year.  If that trend continues, it’s anticipated there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050.  Reducing use of single-use plastics, including straws, can help.  Join Shoreline's Skip the Straw pledge.  For more information visit:
http://www.shorelinewa.gov/our-city/environment/skip-the-straw

Pledge as an Individual     
Pledge as a Business

160th and Greenwood/Innis Arden
Intersection Project
This project will select a concept for the intersection of Greenwood Avenue N at North 160th Street and NW Innis Arden Way.  Options include round-about concepts (small or large) or a signal alternative. For more information see the Conceptual Design Status updated September 2019.

OCTOBER EVENTS AND CALENDARS

Volunteer Work Parties: There are volunteer restoration work parties at Twin Ponds, Brugger's Bog, Richmond Beach and Hamlin Park.  October dates and information can be viewed at Shoreline City Calendar.

Becoming American
A Documentary Film and Discussion Series on our Immigration Experience.  
Thurs Oct 3 from 6pm to 7:30pm: Welcome to Shelbyville
Thurs Oct 17 from 6pm to 7pm: The Nigerians
Thurs Oct 24 from 6pm to 7:30pm: A Dominican Story
Films will be followed by a discussion led by Dr. Wilson Reed.
Location: Shoreline Library, 345 NE 175th St.


Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
Oct 4-6 and Oct 11-13 from 10am to 5pm:
Fall Tree & Shrub Sale


Oct 9 from 10am to Noon:
Mindfulness in the Garden

Taught by Jessica Hancock, ND. Stroll through the garden, and engage to open and deepen our connection to the wonder and healing power of nature. This class will utilize elements of mindfulness meditation and shinrin-yoku (Japanese Forest Bathing) to help ground and calm mind, body and spirit.  Registration required $35 non-member; $25 member (Scroll down to "Programs")

Oct 25-26 from 4:30pm to 8:30pm: Spooky Nights
Location:
20312 15th Ave. NW

kruckeberg.org

Sat Oct 5 from 7pm to 9:30pm.  $10/admission
6X6NW – A Unique Art Exhibition 
Hundreds of 6 x 6-inch art works will be featured, from artists locally, and all over the country, in a variety of medium. This event will include music, refreshments, and a chance to purchase any of the art for $36. Proceeds support Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council programming. Selecting art for purchase begins at 8:15pm. 
Location: Shoreline Community College, Student Union Building
16101 Greenwood Ave N. Bldg 9000.
Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance from 
Brown Paper Tickets

Tues Oct 8 form 2pm to 3:30pm
Wisdom Café: The D Word 
The D Word is Dependence. We will all face the dilemmas of dependency, both as caregivers and care receivers. How can we think about this differently? Facilitated by Rebecca Crichton, Executive Director, Northwest Center for Creative Aging. 
Location: Richmond Beach Library, 19601 21st Avenue NW

Sat Oct 12 from 10am to Noon
Shoreline Walks: Hillwood and CRISTA
Location: Meet at Hillwood Park, 19001 3rd Ave. NW


Fri Oct 18 from 6pm to 8:30pm
Hamlin Halloween Haunt
Listen to spooky songs and stories as you toast marshmallows around a campfire, ride the hay wagon, play Halloween games, and have your face painted. Dress warmly and bring a flashlight. (Free event). Location: Hamlin Park, 16006 15th Ave. NE


Sat Oct 19 from 9am to 10am
Learn how to be an expert recycler!
"What Goes Where" Workshop

Get information from experts about materials that go in the blue recycling bin; how to properly prepare recyclables for collection; and why sorting and preparation of recyclables is so important.
Location: The Recology Store 15235 Aurora Ave N #102, Shoreline. Tel: 206-417-3877.


Wed Oct. 23 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm 
Create 
Paper Quilling Skulls with Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys
Fee $40; members of Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council $35.
Participants will learn about Dia de Muertos celebrations by creating a Sugar Skull Paper Quilling. Quilling or paper filigree is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, curled, twisted, manipulated, and glued together to create decorative shapes and designs. Access to reference books related to Dia de los Muertos for inspiration. https://paperquillingskulls.brownpapertickets.com
Location: Shoreline Senior Center, 18560 1st Ave. NE

Thurs Oct 31 from 10am to 12pm
Indoor Playground Costume Carnival
(ages 1-5)
Special games and hands-on art projects. Come dressed in costume!
Location:  Spartan Recreation Center, 202 NE 185th St.


City of Shoreline Calendar 
Information about Shoreline meetings, events, and volunteer opportunities.


Shoreline Diversity and Inclusion Events

Calendars:
Shoreline Library and Richmond Beach Library

Shoreline/Lake Forest Arts Council Calendar

Shoreline Community College Calendar

Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Senior Center Calendar

Donations Needed  
Help Fill the Food Pantry
at Shoreline Community College!
This is the only food drive of the year. Below is a list of popular items requested for the food pantry, and the location where you may drop off your food or hygiene items. Please help us help students in need!
Canned food items should have easy pop-open tops. Preference is for smaller sized items or portions.  Easier for students to “grab and go.”  Please drop off your food and hygiene items by Sunday, October 20th. Delivery to the college will be made the following day.
 
If you have questions or if you need assistance such as someone to pick up items from your home, please contact Lindsey Virdeh at 650-235-5004. Otherwise, please drop off items on the porch at: 15524 Greenwood Ave N

Popular Food Pantry Items: (pop-tops when possible)
• Canned corn, tomato, beans, tuna, vegetables, chicken, fruits, soup (hearty soup)
• Shelf-packaged microwave meals • Shelf-stable milk 
• Boxed juices 
• Apple sauce cups and pudding cups
• Microwave popcorn • Dry cereal (cold & hot cereals)
• Pasta and pasta sauces • Rice (white & brown) 
• Spices & sauces (variety) 
• Peanut Butter 
• Jelly • Fresh fruits and vegetables
• Hygiene Items
 Thank you for your donations!

Volunteer Opportunities with HTNA

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us for more details.
  • Join the HNTA Board!  Build community by organizing events, communicating information to residents, and making improvements around the neighborhood. 
  • Get together with neighbors on your block to plan for emergencies, form a Block Watch, and organize a National Night Out block party in 2020.
  • We are starting to organize informal meet-ups to facilitate people with similar interests getting to know each other.  If you would like to organize one - let us know!
For more information about how to get involved with the neighborhood, please visit the HTNA website or contact us at info@highlandterraceneighborhood.org
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