April in the Northwest is all about springing forth. Faith traditions celebrate rebirth and liberation. Every day, Nature inspires awe with tender greens and blooming buds. And then there's the relief of getting through tax season!

As our April events show, we can choose from a wide array of activities that engage, inform and inspire us. We keep discovering ways to stay involved as active contributors to the communities that keep us healthy and growing.

Whatever Renewal looks like for you, there are events and people to join and share learning with. Here's to good blooming!

Rebecca Crichton, NWCCA Executive Director

Income Inequality

Should we care? What can we do? 

A discussion with Michael Righi, former Economics Dept, chair at Bellevue Community College.

Thurs., April 12, noon to 1:30 PM, Green Lake Branch Seattle Public Library 

Wild Times

3D Printing Rocks while hiking from Mexico to Canada 

Susan Robb shares her project, which merged 3D printing, social engagement, and a 2,680-mile thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail.  

Tues., April 24, 7:30 PM
Horizon House, 900 University Street

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