May 2017 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: University House Wallingford

This exhibit reveals the tactile method employed to resurface histories and folklore of the Black Diaspora. Painter, sculptor and illustrator Daniel Minter uses cultural iconography to represent the rich and complex heritage of the Black American South, which he connects to broader rituals and traditions present within the African Diaspora. The exhibition hosts a collection of painted woodcarvings and linoleum block prints from numerous children’s books illustrated by Minter. It explores Minter’s process, which begins with meticulously carving images into wooden blocks and concludes with colorful reproductions of the image. FREE First Thursday.

Sign-up at the Front Desk or call (206) 545-8400 to RSVP.

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Location: University House Wallingford

Spin Nicon, the nephew of UH resident Helen Georges, is an expert on hip-hop, including the history and culture. Come and find out what it means when people use the term “hip-hop.”

Kindly RSVP at (206) 545-8400.

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Location: University House Wallingford

Take the stress out of de-cluttering. Learn practical information and get advice on how to: keep what you love, Get rid of the “stuff”, maintain family harmony and move forward in your life!

Guest speaker Eric Rovner is the founder of HB Move Management and takes great pride in the transition assistance his dedicated team provides to clients and their families. All attendees will receive Era Living’s complimentary Downsizing guide!

Kindly RSVP at (206) 545-8400.

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Location: University House Wallingford

All of Seattle’s neighborhood farmers markets begin in May. Join us for Wallingford’s Farmers Market for fresh produce, ice cream, flowers, and more. Please bring reusable bags!

Sign-up at the Front Desk or call (206) 545-8400 to RSVP.

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