PubliCalendar: Light Rail, P-Patches, and Buses
Today's picks for civic nerds.
I-90 Integrated Transit Service Open House
Sound Transit and King Country Metro Transit are hosting an open house to show Eastside residents what's happening with the East Link light rail extension coming their way in 2023.
Head down to the Issaquah Hilton Garden Inn and educate yourself about how much easier your life could get (albeit in nine years) and contribute your questions, comments, and concerns.
I-90 Integrated Transit Service Open House, Tues, Aug 12, 6-8pm, Issaquah Hilton Garden Inn,1800 NW Gilman Blvd, free.
40 Years of P-Patch: From Uptown to Belltown
Remember how we’ve been reminding you for more than a week about this event? Well, the day has come. Seattle has been home to P-Patch community gardens for four decades, and MOHAI is celebrating the city's dedication to communal cultivation.
The museum has conscribed green thumb author Bill Thorness to lead a walk through P-Patches new and old, spanning two miles starting from the UpGarden P-Patch atop the Mercer Street Parking Garage.
40 Years of P-Patch: From Uptown to Belltown, Wed, Aug 13, 6–8pm, UpGarden P-Patch, 300 Mercer Street, $25.
Bus Bash 2014
The Washington Bus, the Seattle force working to engage young people in the political process, is putting the party back in politics again this summer when the annual Bus Bash takes place in mid-August, featuring dinner, drinks, dancing, and a drawing for prizes including dinner for two at Von Trapp's and a Sub Pop deluxe gift pack.
All proceeds go toward the Washington Bus Education Fund, which provides the dollars the Bus needs to offer fellowship, internship, and campus programs for aspiring political youth. So now you have an excuse to drink that fourth beer: it's for the children!
Bus Bash 2014, Thurs, Aug 14, 6-9pm, Material Good, 2959 Utah Ave South, $50-$75.
Advance Notice for August 23
All Things Japanese Sale
The time for the fourth annual one-day-only sale at the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington has come. Hosted this year by Hosekibako: Japanese Resale Shop, the sale will feature clothing, antiques, ceramics, toys, and more.
All proceeds from the sale will go to the JCCCW and aid in the cultivation and promotion of Japanese culture in the community. You can donate your Japanese items to be sold, volunteer at the sale, or come by on August 23 and pick up that kimono you know you've been dying to buy. Prices are starting at $0.25 so you better go early if you want to get your size.
All Things Japanese Sale, Sat, Aug 23, 11am-4pm, Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington, 1414 South Weller Street, free.
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