Lunch and Learn: Mother-in-Law Apartments and Backyard Cottages
Mother-in-law apartments (or Detached Accessory Dwelling Units) are more common than you think; in fact, our neighbor Oregon is currently experiencing a DADU renaissance.
Seattle is now looking to Oregon's model codes for inspiration—and you can get in on the conversation at this special installment of Lunch and Learn, featuring city council land use committee chair Mike O’Brien.
The panel's goal is to replicate Oregon's successes and pitch the benefits homeowners could see from building these property extensions.
DADU Lunch and Learn, Thu, Apr 23, 12pm, Seattle City Hall Council Chambers, 600 Fourth Ave, Free
Local businesses like Coastal Kitchen (located at 15th and Republican) are using the power of delicious food to fundraise, spread awareness, and build community. They're hosting a fundraiser Thursday evening as a response to the Mayor's new initiative to make Capitol Hill a safe place.
Eat for Equality LGBTQ Allyship Fundraiser, Thu, Apr 23, 5pm, Coastal Kitchen, 429 15th Ave E, $15
Join a number of organizations including Seattle King County Public Health for a free (with registration) screening of Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic to learn about the impact of the disease and how public health experts are addressing it.
'Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic' Screening, Fri, Apr 24, 6pm, Seattle Children's Hospital Wright Auditorium, 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Free with registration
Advance Notice for April 29
Quiones connects the dots on these not-so-obvious social, political, and economic intersections, and how they fit into the bigger picture of widespread addiction.
Heroin, and the Roots of Addiction, Wed, Apr 29, 7:30pm, Town Hall Seattle, 1119 Eighth Ave, $5