January 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

Shannon’s music sounds like a memory and feels like a prayer. Her performances bring listeners to reflection, connection and inspiration. Shannon’s lyrics are thoughtful and hopeful, with a beautiful and expressive voice and a gentle musical style. Hughes carefully articulates her heart, melding music with lyrics in a way that will encourage your soul.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 368-3750.

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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 at (206) 368-3750.

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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? Reflections on this question are ancient, addressed by thinkers like Aristotle, Jesus, Buddha and Confucius. 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 at (206) 368-3750.

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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 at (206) 368-3750.

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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 at (206) 368-3750.

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Middle Eastern dances are rich with history. Every body naturally has the ability to interpret sounds from instruments and translate them to movement. Dahlia has been studying and teaching this craft for over 25 years and loves to encourage participants to draw upon each body’s natural ability to dance and move. Join Dahlia for a simple, relaxing (and inspiring!) lesson in learning how to translate music to movement. Whether you’re in a chair, with a walker or without, this class is for you: Every Body.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 368-3750.

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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? Reflections on this question are ancient, addressed by thinkers like Aristotle, Jesus, Buddha and Confucius. 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 at (206) 368-3750.

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Location: Ida Culver House Broadview

Transitions can be tough, but they don’t have to make you miserable! Karen will discuss how to get into the right mindset for the downsizing process. She covers topics ranging from how to sort through your belongings to preparing your home for the real estate market and staging your home appropriately. Karen will go through the entire downsizing process step by step, followed by time for questions.

Karen Pieffer Bush, S|365 CEO: A powerhouse with a passionate heart, Karen Pfeiffer Bush leads S|365 with equal parts collaboration and compassion. Karen’s 25+ years’ experience in real estate, business development, capital campaign design and community growth, non-profit board, and team development lends great value and perspective to guiding community success.

All attendees will receive Era Living’s book about Downsizing.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 361-1989 by Sunday, January 19.
Complimentary valet parking

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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 at (206) 368-3750.

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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 at (206) 368-3750.

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