February 2020 Events

The following events at Ida Culver House Broadview in Northwest Seattle 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

Character development is an approach to ethics that focuses on the characteristics of noble people. While most moral theories focus on what it means to do good, theories of virtue focus on what it means to be good. What are the characteristics of good people? Courage, self-control, compassion, and generosity are among the many virtues that are universally valued. We’ll look at the virtues, their value, their connection to behavior, and the processes by which we humans can develop them.

Kindly RSVP (206) 368-3786

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

This class will start by examining the great physical and moral crisis of the Civil War, its causes, outcomes, and especially July 3rd/4th 1863 which was the turning point of the war when the south lost both Vicksburg and Gettysburg. We’ll examine the great energy that settled the west and brought us modern inventions like the telephone, light bulb, Central Park, Ellis Island, and skyscrapers!

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Join us for a trip to the Schack Art Center in Everett! Their exhibit galleries feature diverse artwork from locally and internationally known artists as well as emerging young talents. Visitors are able to watch professional glassblowers in a state-of-the-art hot shop. Explore the work of mixed media artist Marita Dingus and figurative painter Hoa Hong in a featured exhibit.

This small art center has a big personality, so don’t miss out!

(Cost: Free, Donation Suggested)

RSVP required. (206) 368-3786

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

This class will start by examining the great physical and moral crisis of the Civil War, its causes, outcomes, and especially July 3rd/4th 1863 which was the turning point of the war when the south lost both Vicksburg and Gettysburg. We’ll examine the great energy that settled the west and brought us modern inventions like the telephone, light bulb, Central Park, Ellis Island, and skyscrapers!

Kindly RSVP (206) 368-3786

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

“I believe you stole something of mine – my heart.”

Please join resident Martha Zimmerman for her annual Valentine’s tea party. This is the first year she will host the party at Ida Culver House Broadview and we are thrilled! Martha will showcase her amazing antique valentine cards; some of these date back to the 1800s. Light refreshments will be provided.

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Dana Sanders from Life Enrichment is also known throughout the nation as Dahlia. She has been studying and teaching various styles of Middle Eastern dance (better known in the U.S. as “belly dance”) for over 25 years.

Don’t miss this great performance!

Kindly RSVP (206) 368-3786

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Character development is an approach to ethics that focuses on the characteristics of noble people. While most moral theories focus on what it means to do good, theories of virtue focus on what it means to be good. What are the characteristics of good people? Courage, self-control, compassion, and generosity are among the many virtues that are universally valued. We’ll look at the virtues, their value, their connection to behavior, and the processes by which we humans can develop them.

Kindly RSVP (206) 368-3786

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

This class will start by examining the great physical and moral crisis of the Civil War, its causes, outcomes, and especially July 3rd/4th 1863 which was the turning point of the war when the south lost both Vicksburg and Gettysburg. We’ll examine the great energy that settled the west and brought us modern inventions like the telephone, light bulb, Central Park, Ellis Island, and skyscrapers!

Kindly RSVP (206) 368-3786

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Join us for a new art exhibition that combines artistic elements from the hyper-real to the atmospheric. This collection presents a variety of mediums to explore how realism and abstract forms complement each other to create unique pieces.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 361-1989 by February 25. 

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

This class will start by examining the great physical and moral crisis of the Civil War, its causes, outcomes, and especially July 3rd/4th 1863 which was the turning point of the war when the south lost both Vicksburg and Gettysburg. We’ll examine the great energy that settled the west and brought us modern inventions like the telephone, light bulb, Central Park, Ellis Island, and skyscrapers!

Kindly RSVP (206) 368-3786

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