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The City Club of Portland and Self Enhancement, Inc., is sponsoring a forum for parents on important learning milestones and the variety of resources available to meet students’ needs. The event is free and open to the public, Thursday, April 30 from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. at SEI, 3920 N Kerby Ave., Portland, Oregon.
Youth Poetry Workshops, NAACP Meeting, Career Expo for job seekers with disabilities, Fundraiser for Black Midwives, and more...READ MORE
People enjoyed the beat of the drums during the 22nd Annual World Rhythm Festival April 17 - 19 at Seattle Center. The event featured performances, and dance and music workshops. Susan Fried photo
Maker Day on Coding, Medical Benefits Increase for Victims od Domestic Violence, Student Assistant Program at the Library, and more...READ MORE
Seattle Black Film Festival, Maker Day on Coding, Repair Café At The Seattle Public Library, and more...READ MORE
Equity Training for Advocates, GED and Construction Skills Program, Career Expo, and more...READ MORE
Community advocate Cat Goughnour urges Portlanders to act to halt the teardown of the historic St. Paul's ChurchREAD MORE
Before children charged the Nathan Hale football field, one dad strategizes with his son about how to get the most candy during the Annual Meadowbrook Community Center spring egg hunt held Saturday April 4. Photo Susan Fried
Free help with Tax Forms, Maker Day on Coding, April Poetry Contest, and more...READ MORE
Sybrina Fulton Appearance, GED and Construction Skills Program, Help with Health Insurance, Used Book Sale and more...READ MORE
The Leschi Elementary Reading Rockets celebrate after tying with the Orca Elementary Lord of the Books to win the Seattle City Final of the 20th Annual Global Reading Challenge
Vote for a Seattle Parks’ project, Free Tax Help, Author Discusses 'Lincoln Assassin Who Got Away', and more...READ MORE