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December 5 (Friday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: Yes, You Can!
Extend summer throughout the year by learning how to can and preserve your farm fresh produce. Take home 2 jars of produce that you help can while learning how to do so in a safe and effective manner. Classes will feature our kitchen team and a Registered Dietitian to help understand how preserving foods can help your nutrition through the winter.  more...

December 5 (Friday) - Panel / Forum
"Prison Blues" Premiere Screening & Panel Discussion
Wasat presents "Prison Blues" Seattle premiere screening Please join us for this special film screening and panel discussion. http://tinyurl.com/seattleprisonblues  more...

December 4 (Thursday) - Music / Entertainment
Revolution Books presents the art of?Robert L. Dean
Reception for the artist: First Thursday Art Walk Dec. 4th 6pm-8pm Exhibition: Dec. thru end of January  more...

December 4 (Thursday) - Film / Video
Free Screening of "This Changes Everything" Documentary
Filmed in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change. ?Inspired by Naomi Klein?s international non-fiction bestseller. Discussion follows film with 350Seattle and the Sierra Club.  more...

December 2 (Tuesday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: Holiday Pies Class
From sweet to savory, pies and the Holidays go together. Learn by doing in this hands on class. Our kitchen staff will take you through how to make the perfect pie crust, with and without gluten, and how to fill it with delicious seasonal ingredients. Take home the pie you make?stout beef stew pie, apple pie, or pumpkin custard pie?as well as more delicious recipes and the knowledge to create any pie from scratch. For ease of travel, please bring your own glass pie pan if possible.  more...

December 2 (Tuesday) - Panel / Forum
MORE THAN A SCORE The New Uprising Against High-Stakes Testing
"More Than a Score" is a new book on the national movement against high-stakes testing, edited by Seattle teacher Jesse Hagopian, foreword by Diane Ravitch, introduction by Alfie Kohn, afterword by Wayne Au, and will be released on Dec. 2nd, 7:00 pm, at an Elliot Bay Book Co. event. This book launch event will feature: JESSE HAGOPIAN, WAYNE AU, MALLORY CLARKE, and FALMATA SAID.  more...

December 1 (Monday) - Film / Video
FREE MOVIE - "WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY?" presented by Mt. Baker Meaningful Movies
"Seriously Hilarious!" Variety. Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping take us on a cross- country trip to expose the consumer excesses of Christmas!  more...

December 1 (Monday) - Other
World AIDS Day
Remember. Hope. Act. Thursday, December 1 is World AIDS Day. This is an opportunity to come together to remember those who've died and explore ways we can work to end AIDS once and for all.  more...

November 28 (Friday) - Protest / Demonstration
Cruelty-Free Friday (Fur-Free Friday)
Cruelty-Free Friday is the largest annual national day of protest against the sale of animal-derived clothing. Please join us for outreach and sign-holding. We will be educating downtown shoppers about the cruelty involved in the exploitation of animals for fur, leather, wool, down, and angora. We will also be continuing to put pressure on Nordstrom to drop all fur and fur trim.  more...

November 27 (Thursday) - Other
Vegan Thanksgiving
This Thanksgiving, participate in a new tradition, one that does not support the torture, exploitation, and murder of sentient beings. Join the growing masses of people who have decided to stop eating the flesh of other individuals and instead opt for vegan foods. Make this Thanksgiving one that the animals can truly be thankful for, GO VEGAN, STAY VEGAN!  more...

November 27 (Thursday) - Other
Thanksgiving Feast Tribute to Native Americans
Celebrate the contributions of this hemisphere's first people and share a home-cooked roast turkey feast with all the fixings. Relax after dinner with board games, football and good conversation.  more...

November 26 (Wednesday) - Meeting
Take Back the Power Planning Meeting
Take Back the Power planning meeting for inauguration day social justice march and concert.  more...

November 25 (Tuesday) - Protest / Demonstration
Black Lives Matter Not Black Friday 2016
Black Lives Matter Black Friday doesn't. This is a family friendly public demonstration to display our view on these pressing issues.  more...

November 25 (Tuesday) - Lecture / Talk

November 24 (Monday) - Lecture / Talk
Tuesdays at 21- A Greener Holiday: Living Christmas Trees & More
Rethink the tradition of your holiday Christmas tree. Learn about the benefits of a Living Christmas Tree and come with a list of your own ?Greener Holiday Ideas? to share and make the eve one not to miss.  more...

November 22 (Saturday) - Music / Entertainment
Songs that Change the World presented by Seattle Peace Chorus
This concert will convey a powerful message through upbeat choral works about the power of song to resist oppression, to move people to action, to condemn social injustice and to inspire hope for change. You'll hear some of the most definitive and popular songs have helped shape and encapsulate historical moments. Directed by Frederick N. West  more...

November 22 (Saturday) - Film / Video
SCREENING OF AWARD-WINNING DOCUMENTARY ?TAKE BACK YOUR POWER? WITH FILMMAKER JOSH DEL SOL/COMMUNITY DISCUSSION AFTERWARDS; EXPOSES THE "SMART" METERS/"SMART" GRID/ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS TESTING image View on www.takebackyourp... Preview by Yahoo FREE TALK-JOSH HART, DIRECTOR-STOP SMART METERS-TUESDAY, 11/25-6:30 PM NORTHEAST BRANCH, SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY-6801 35TH AVE. NE, SEATTLE, WA 98115 Josh Hart is Director of Stop Smart Meters! He has worked in the energy industry, as a transportation planner, environmental advocate, and freelance journalist. He obtained his MSc in Transport Planning in the UK at UWE Bristol in 2008, and completed research entitled Driven to excess: Impacts of motor vehicles on the quality of life of residents of three streets in Bristol UK - UWE Research Repository, presenting the social and quality of life impacts of automobile traffic on local residents. The research was covered in over 100 international media outlets including the BBC, the Guardian, Tehran Times, and the Daily Mail. image Driven to excess: Impacts of motor vehicles on the quali... Hart, J. and Parkhurst, G. (2011) Driven to excess: Impacts of motor vehicles on the quality of life of residents of three streets in Bristol UK. World Trans.  more...

November 22 (Saturday) - Music / Entertainment
Songs that Change the World
Songs that Change the World will convey a powerful message, through gorgeous and upbeat choral works, about the power of song to resist oppression, to move people to action, to condemn social injustice and to inspire hope for change.  more...

November 21 (Friday) - Film / Video
Beacon Hill Meaningful Movies
Free movie, free popcorn! Princess Angeline, the story of Chief Seattle's daughter and her life in Seattle with early white settlers. Story of Duwamish Tribe's struggle for federal recognition. Film makers will attend.  more...

November 19 (Wednesday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: Traditional Broths
Recycle and transform nearly-free kitchen scraps into nutrient dense broth. Discover a simple method to reintroduce this time-tested tradition back into your kitchen, and why you?ll surely want to. Joanna Wirkus, will teach you the difference between stocks and broths, and basics of how to make your own chicken, beef, and mushroom broth.  more...

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