What’s Happening In February In And Around Green Lake
Seattle Public Theater rings in the New Year with the musical comedy-fantasy Vanishing Point. Aviatrix Amelia Earhart, evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, and author Agatha Christie all have one thing in common: they were women who vanished mysteriously. Christie walked out of her life in 1926 and was discovered at a hotel 11 days later with no recollection of what happened. The same year, McPherson claimed to have been kidnapped for a period of several weeks, but it was later alleged that she staged her disappearance to cover up a tryst with her lover. Earhart vanished over the Atlantic Ocean during a circumnavigational flight of the globe in 1937 and was never found. Vanishing Point brings these three women together as they solve the mystery of their disappearances from their own lives.
Shows begin January 25 – February 25, 2018
7312 West Green Lake Drive North, Seattle, WA 98103
$17 – $34 General Admission http://seattlepublictheater.
The Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI) will present The Jewish Course of Why, begins during the week of February 6th. Rabbi Yoni Levitin of Chabad NW Seattle will conduct the six course sessions at 7:30 PM From Tuesday February 6th – March 13th In Phinney Ridge. Interested students may call 206 851 9831 or visit http://bit.ly/Jewishcourseofwhy
Love ‘Em or Leave Em Valentines Themed Run
The 5k/10k run walk can be an individual or two person team event. And if you are looking for love, this race may be a place to find it. The custom running bibs allow you to showcase your current relationship status – single, taken or it’s complicated. After the race there’s chances to mingle, grab a beer, wine or mimosa. A costume contest after the run promises wine prizes.
Green Lake Park (5900 W Green Lake Way N, Seattle)
For more info on the race, or to register, go to their website.
The Fake News Survival Guide: Resources and Tips For Staying Informed
Learn more about the information cycle, how to critically evaluate the information/news that you see and how to identify fake news. Registration is required by calling the library 206-684-7547 or contacting a librarian in person at the library.
Tuesday February 27 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Green Lake Library, Mary Alice Cooley Meeting Room