Community Meeting October 8 6:30 PM
Last year over the holidays LCCC hosted Taproot Theatre’s Touring Group for their production of A Christmas Carol. Upon leaving attendees proclaimed, “We need more of this in Lake City!”
We listened. The 2014 Holiday Performance Season at LCCC includes two events:
November 14 Nutcracker Sweets, excerpts of the Nutcracker Suite as performed by ARC Youth Ballet Company. Full costumes, classic music, and just long enough for families to enjoy together. After the program, attendees can have their photos taken with the performers! Tickets are $10/pp, under 12 free. Advance tickets are now available the Lake City Community Center 12531 28th Ave. NE, Seattle Wa. Next to the Library or online at; Brown Paper tTckets
December 14 It’s a Wonderful, Improvised Life! Inspired by the holiday favorite, It’s A Wonderful Life. Taproot Theatre’s Touring Group will invite the audience to co-create this family friendly, holiday event. Tickets $10/pp, under 12 free. Advance tickets are now available the Lake City Community Center 12531 28th Ave. NE, Seattle Wa. Next to the Library, or online at: Brown Paper Tickets
Plans are in the making for 2015 to offer monthly performance programs and arts instruction, but we need to hear what you would like to see and support!
Please attend our Community Meeting at Lake City Community Center, 6:30pm-8PM on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Bring your ideas and happy thoughts for Lake City’s artful future!
Location: 12531 28th Avenue NE, next to Lake City Library.
For more information regarding the performing arts programs at LCCC please see our website at: www.theartery.us
Lake City Parade
Community Meeting 6:30pm Tuesday, October 21
Please join us for our Community Meeting at Lake City Community Center to share with us your experience of the Lake City Parade. We are seeking an organization to “Pick Up The Baton” to produce the parade in the future. We want to meet you, talk with you and hear your thoughts.
The meeting address is 12531 28th Avenue NE, next to the Lake City Library.
Free FAFSA college financial aid workshop for high school seniors this Saturday, January 11th from 1-5:30pm at the Lake City Library. Includes snacks for students. (The Seahawks game will be on in the background!)
This Saturday, December 7th from 9:00am – 11:00am, the Lions Club is hosting its annual pancake breakfast to raise money for Olympic Hills Elementary. The Lions Club will also be giving away free books for kids! Children of all ages can choose 2 free books from a wide selection. Tickets are available at the door: $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for kids.
November 2, 7 – 9 PM Bring non-perishable food to fill the food barrel and come line dance with Denise Hunsaker, instructor for our Tuesday night line dancing group, Dancin’ with Denise! No line dance experience necessary. Come to have a good time, for a good cause. $5 per person.
Meals are served at Lake City Community Center (LCCC). $3 donation requested for seniors; seniors will be served regardless of their ability to pay. $6 donation requested for non-seniors.
HIP and LCCC are working together to offer an activity for seniors after lunch. For more information on HIP Senior Meals, please call Kate Murphy at 206.317.1979.
Enjoy a welcoming, non-threatening Dance Party Environment
- 6 classes for $65 or $12 per class
Visit our calendar for more information.
We’ll be having another wonderful Salmon Bake at Lake City Community Center noon to 6 p.m., August 2 and 3. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for children under 12.
It’s a tradition among many Lake City businesses to treat their team to lunch on the Friday of Salmon Bake. Bring them to the Center or pick-up lunch and take it to the park.
Rice or baked potato with baker’s butter
Delicious ice cream
Coffee, soda or water
Hot Dog lunches are available.
Bring the family between 4 and 6 p.m. on Friday, August 2 at the center and enjoy International Dancing, too!
For more information, contact Diane Haugen, Executive Director, at (206) 363-3287.
The Lake City Community Center offered a meal program this summer noon to 1 p.m., from Monday through Friday. The program was sponsored by the Hunger Intervention Program (HIP)and children 1-18 years. At their five locations, HIP served just under 5,000 meals this summer! http://www.hungerintervention.org/