Eat dinner and connect with neighbors at ‘A Common Heart for Aurora’

by | May 6, 2010

The Greenwood Senior Center and neighborhood groups are hosting a special community dinner, “A Common Heart For Aurora,” at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Senior Center.

Aurora Avenue faces the uphill battle of a negative reputation. This evening is dedicated to the brighter side of Aurora and to connecting folks who care deeply about this well-known part of Seattle.
The evening entails a catered meal from Eddie’s Pan Asian Restaurant located on Aurora Avenue, a brief word from an Aurora Advocate, recognition of a neighborhood hero, and time to chat with your fellow community members. After dinner we will participate in a drumming circle led by Simone La Drumma.
If you have an interest in creating a more inclusive Greenwood/Phinney neighborhood, please consider coming. Eat a delicious dinner, meet people you might not have met otherwise, and gain a greater understanding of Aurora Avenue and our community.

Please RSVP by Friday morning if you plan on coming. Email or call Emily at the Greenwood Senior Center at 206-297-0875.

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