Events

  • April 12: Income Inequality – What Should Be Done? Income and wealth inequality are increasing in the U.S. Is this a problem? Can anything be done to reverse the situation? Should we care? What can we do? Join Michael Righi, former head of the economics department at Bellevue College, for a constructive discussion about these important questions.

Bring your lunch and join facilitators from Puget Sound Activists for Retirement Action (PSARA) and NWCCA in partnership with the Green Lake branch of the Seattle Public Library for monthly Brown Bag discussions. For more information, contact Susan at 206-524-4326 or outreachvp@psara.org.

 

In the Larger Community

Stories for Getting Back to Sleep

Wednesday, April 4, 7 PM, Third Place Books Lake Forest Park

17171 Bothell Way NE

Educational psychologist Diane Gillespie, PhD, uses her knowledge and understanding of stories to craft sleep scenarios designed to help people fall back to sleep in the middle of the night. Through the process of attending to peaceful details in the setting, readers relax their bodies, let worries float away and sink deeper and deeper into stillness – until they are sound asleep.

All profits go to Tostan.org, whose mission is to empower African communities to bring about sustainable development and positive social transformation based on respect for human rights.

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