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    EVENTS

     

     

    How to Be an Anti-Racist Family Webinar Series

    Saturdays, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10am-11:30am

    Register for this Zoom event at sno-isle.org/events

    Presented by Kenesha Lewin of Lewin Education and Consulting.  When the inequities and violence suffered by people of color have been so clearly revealed, it is imperative that we use an anti-racist lens in all aspects of our lives, relationships, and families.  A link to join the event via Zoom will be sent to registered participants the day of the event.

     

     

    Voter Registration Event – NAACP & Black Lives Matter Shoreline

    Sat. Oct. 17, 10am-2pm

    Black Coffee Northwest, 16743 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline

    Seattle King County NAACP and Black Lives Matter Shoreline hosting voter registration event.  Live DJ, free masks, early voter registration for teens and mock voter registration for kids.  Celebrate Black Coffee NW’s Grand Opening Saturday.  Hours Sat-Sun 9am-4pm, Mon-Fri 6am-4pm.

     

    Black People and COVID Telling It Like It Is

    Sat. Oct. 17, Noon-3:30pm

    Free - Register Online

    African American Health Board is hosting session for Black community members.  Share how to support each other living through this pandemic.  General session topics will discuss mental health and navigating healthcare systems.  Breakout topics will include first person stories, prevention, and mutual aid.  All Black community members welcome.  See facebook event page for more info. https://www.facebook.com/events/392133165512374

     

    Dan Friday – Glass Artist Demonstration

    Sat. Oct. 17, Noon-2pm

    358 NE 158th St., Shoreline

    In-person glass demonstration by Daniel Friday, Native of the Lummi Nation, at his Shoreline studio.  Dan Friday’s work draws on cultural themes using modern processes.  Dan has worked with Dale Chihuly, Paul Marioni, and Preston Singletary and his work is displayed internationally.  Space is limited. Masks and social distancing will be enforced.

     

    Affordable Housing 101- 3 Online Presentations

    Tue. Oct. 20 – Focus on Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Register here

    Tue. Oct. 27 – Focus on Kenmore, Bothell & Woodinville Register here

    Tue. Nov. 10 – Focus on Sno-Valley Register here

    Registration Required, All Sessions 5:00-6:30pm

    Housing Development Consortium (HDC) and North Urban Human Services Alliance (NUHSA) will host 3 online presentations on affordable housing.  Learn best practices, tools, strategies, and policies to support affordable housing.  All are welcome to attend any (or all!) of the workshops, but each presentation is geared to a specific region. Register via the Zoom link to receive an email confirmation. Contact staff@nuhsa.org with questions.

     

    King County Library System Online Programs

    Lots of great online programs available!  See attached document for full list of online programs.

    Queer Kid Stuff Family Story Time! 

                    Sat. Nov 7, 11am

                    Registration Required

    Family program, all ages welcome. Presented by Lindz Amer. Raise your rainbow flag and join Lindz and Teddy for songs, stories and spreading joy! This program is intended for LGBTQIA+ families and their allies. Please register by 9pm the day before the program. Register as one attendee for the household. A Zoom link and invitation to join the meeting will be sent by 9:30pm on November 6. Contact Laurie Field, Children's Librarian at lfield@kcls.org with questions.

     

    Shoreline Public Art Indigenous Connections

    City of Shoreline’s Public Art Indigenous Connections guide provides background on artwork in Shoreline parks, including Saltwater and Kayu Kayu Ac Parks, and City Hall.  Learn the background and development from artists and others who participated in creating the art. 

     

     

    FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

    King County Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy issued an “Understand Community Priorities Request For Proposals” to fund community assessments of strengths, barriers, and needs of diverse communities in King County. Learn more about the opportunity on the webpage.  Bidders conference on Oct. 19, 2:30-4:00pm on zoom.  Applications due Nov. 16th

     

     

    COVID & OTHER RESOURCES

    Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is offering to-go meals with drive through/walk-up at Spartan Recreation Center (202 NE 185th St, Shoreline, drive back to the rear door) from 11:30am - 12:30pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.  Meals for kids AND adults. No sign-ups necessary – just drop by!  Contact info@hungerintervention.org or 206-538-6567 with any questions.  Schedule:

    • Monday - lunches and a pack of four breakfast meals
    • Wednesday – two meals
    • Friday - one meal and weekend food pack (includes 6 meals)

     

    Antioch Clinic Free Telebehavioral Health Services to COVID-19 Frontline Workers - Low cost sliding scale counseling also available to those facing financial challenges. Frontline workers can include, but are not limited to, healthcare workers, protective service workers (police and EMTs), cashiers in stores, food processing and service workers, janitors and maintenance workers, agricultural workers, and truck and delivery drivers. To schedule an appointment, call the Clinic at 206-268-4840 or email clinic.aus@antioch.edu.

     

    Free Flu Vaccine Events:  Free flu vaccines will be available in multiple locations in King County through drive-through or walk-up events.  For updated times and locations, go to www.kingcounty.gov/findaclinic.  An English language flyer is attached, and translated versions are available in: AmharicArabic Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Korean Russian Spanish and Vietnamese

     

    United Way of King County, local food banks, and DoorDash are providing Food Bank Home Delivery program for those living in King County who are unable to access food banks during the week, or affected by COVID-19.  Boxes are delivered weekly.  Delivery is available Monday - Friday between 9 am - 5 pm, although deliveries sometimes occur outside of the delivery window. Once a request is processed, people will be contacted about their delivery day.  Dial 2-1-1 or use the online ordering form (page translated in Spanish, Amharic, Tagalog, Russian, Vietnamese, and Chinese).

     

    Free COVID-19 testing locations - For most updated information call the King County COVID-19 Call Center (open 7 days a week, 8 AM – 7 PM), at 206-477-3977.  Testing sites may change and new ones may open.

     

    King County Public Health COVID website has common questions, downloadable fact sheets in multiple languages.  Translated Public Health and state helpline info also available at http://www.seattle.gov/mayor/covid-19.

     

     

    JOB OPPORTUNITIES

    King County Public Health is hiring an Equity Manager to implement the Equity and Social Justice Strategic Plan.  See job description for more info.  Application closes 10/22/20.

     

     

     

     

    HEALTH & COVID RESOURCES

    Shoreline School District Nutrition Services is providing FREE Student Meals on a temporary basis through Dec. 31.

    • Meal pre-orders can be placed Monday-Wednesdays for pick-up the following Wednesday. The online order form will be open from 12:01am to 11:59pm.
    • Each meal box will contain 5 breakfast and 5 lunches.
    • Submit one order, including all children in your household on the same order.
    • Pick up your meal boxes at the site and time you select in your order.
    • For assistance in filling out the order form or if you do not have internet access, call the Meal Order Hotline at 206.393.4103. Calls will be responded to on Wednesdays between 7:30am-3:30pm.

     

    Free COVID-19 testing locations - For most updated information call the King County COVID-19 Call Center (open 7 days a week, 8 AM – 7 PM), at 206-477-3977.  Testing sites may change and new ones may open.

     

    King County Public Health COVID website has common questions, downloadable fact sheets in multiple languages.  Translated Public Health and state helpline info also available at http://www.seattle.gov/mayor/covid-19.