EcoArts Classes at Youngstown

Come by Youngstown Cultural Arts Center anytime between 4-7pm every Thursday for EcoArts classes in room 105. You will use natural materials and plenty of sticks and branches to create artistic sculptures, as well as learn how to preserve natural materials for future art-making! RSVP at dnda.org/art No cost to participate, donations are encouraged. Donations…

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Cross the finish line with DNDA!

Cross the finish line with DNDA! Join DNDA to hit our Crossroads Campaign fundraising goal with art, music, food, and dance! We’re so close to our Crossroads Campaign fundraising goal! Join us to celebrate an incredible year of progress and a change in leadership. Bid a fond farewell to longtime executive director David Bestock. David…

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Watercolor Mixed-Media Art Classes

Starting November 8, head to Youngstown Cultural Arts Center (room 105) every Wednesday from 6-8pm for watercolor mix-media art classes. Join us for an imperfect artistic exploration using watercolors, printmaking, acrylics, collages, drawing, and more! No cost to attend, donate what you can to DNDA. Classes taught by DNDA Teaching Artists. All ages welcome and…

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Dance Powered Beginners Dance Class: Hip Hop Fusion

Monday Evenings 7p-8p Sliding Scale $18-$20 | 60min Youngstown Cultural Arts Center | Delridge Way West Seattle Great for beginning dancers, returning dancers, or fine tuning foundational skills. We will focus on fine-tuning dance movement, isolations, across the floor, and a simple combo at the back end of class. Great for all levels looking to…

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Plant a Forest for Green Seattle Day! — EVENT FULL

Plant a forest and grow community! Help us create a healthier, happier, and greener Seattle by coming out on Green Seattle Day!

Join the fun and be one of hundreds of volunteers across the city planting native trees, shrubs, and groundcovers at various times in various locations.

 

Number of Volunteer Spots Remaining:0 *This event is currently full

What to bring: Long pants, warm and dry layers, closed-toed shoes and rain gear as needed. Bring any water or snacks you might want during the volunteer event. If you have your own pair of work gloves, feel free to bring them. Signed youth waiver form, if under 18.

What we provide: Tools, gloves, training on restoration activity and safety talk

Join us for Fall Duwamish Alive! This will be one of many simultaneous volunteer events throughout the Green-Duwamish Watershed. You and your fellow volunteers will participate in fun, hands-on conservation work led by staff from DNDA’s Nature Team. Restoration work includes removing invasive plants, planting native species, and mulching new plantings, depending on the restoration progress in each site.

 

Number of Volunteer Spots Remaining:46

What to bring: Long pants, warm and dry layers, closed-toed shoes and rain gear as needed. Bring any water or snacks you might want during the volunteer event. If you have your own pair of work gloves, feel free to bring them. Signed youth waiver form, if under 18.

What we provide: Tools, gloves, training on restoration activity and safety talk

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