September 2018 Events

The following events are open to all – please join us! You can also download the Resident Activity Calendar to view our vibrant programming.

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Take the ferry with us to Blake Island for a day of Native American history. From the moment we arrive at Tillicum Village to the Salmon lunch and the Native American Storytelling, this day trip will be one that you will not want to miss! The Boat ride and a salmon lunch are included in the price. Cost $89.13. RSVP required.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 361-1989

 

 

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

These presentations will provide an academic analysis of the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible (Tanakh). We will use historical, literary, and philosophical methods to understand the nature, development, and meaning(s) of these texts.

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Open since 2000, Ballard Farmers Market is Seattle’s first year-round neighborhood farmers market selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. For 15 years of Sundays, the Market has operated along the historic cobblestone stretch of Ballard Avenue NW. RSVP required.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 361-1989

 

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

These presentations will provide an academic analysis of the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible (Tanakh). We will use historical, literary, and philosophical methods to understand the nature, development, and meaning(s) of these texts.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 361-1989

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

The great sweep of American history begins with a step, the step of the nomads who walked onto the continent. We will observe the earliest humans encountering the glacial environment of the North American continent before moving ahead to the more differentiated cultures of the Cliff Dwellers and the Mound Builders. From there we will explore five distinct Native American cultures of the 1500’s. Finally, we will take a look at a variety of early meetings between the Native Americans and the European colonies.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 361-1989

 

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s, is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This year, Broadview is proud to walk with others to help change the level of Alzheimer’s awareness in our community. The cost is free but the feeling of supporting others is priceless. RSVP required.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 361-1989

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