On Sunday March 1st we will head to the Henry and Sandra Friedman Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle. We’ll leave St. M’s at 12:30 pm and return sometime in the afternoon. Suggested admission cost is $10 for adults and $5 for seniors. Sign up on the sheet in the Narthex or email Pam Nordquist at firstname.lastname@example.org or Pam Griffith at email@example.com if you’re interested in going.
On Saturday March 7th from 10:00 to 11:30 am, there will be a “Tea Discovery” class (an introduction to tea) at Experience Tea in Issaquah. Interested women should sign up for the class directly on Experience Tea’s website; please also sign up on the sheet in the Narthex so attendees can see who is going, arrange carpooling, etc.
On Sunday March 22nd, we will head to Salish Lodge for brunch. Reservations for this event are closed, but let Pam Nordquist know if you would like to be on a waitlist in case someone cancels.
The dates for the Pt. Townsend/Ft. Worden overnight have been changed to June 22nd – 24th. There is no signup deadline; accommodations will reserved as signups occur (for Ft. Worden officer housing, a minimum of four people is needed per house in order to be economically feasible). One house (for six people) has already been reserved, and there is still housing available for those wishing to join in. Questions? See the info sheet in the Narthex or contact one of the Pams.
Future events include visits to Seattle’s Kubota Garden (April 9th), Pasado’s Safe Haven (April 18th), and the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island (May 1st). See the wall in the Narthex for more information on these events.