Wednesday, August 2: Historic & Contemporary Co-ops of Seward.
From our earliest years until today, co-operative organizations have provided important services to Seward residents. Local experts Pat Cumbie and Tom Pierson will lead the group. But we will have a few gems about Old Seward already lined up for you. Meet
in front of the Seward Cafe at Franklin and 22nd Avenues. 7 PM!
Thank you to Steven Orfield and Michael Role for the insider tours at Orfield Laboratories as part of Seward History Walks last night!
This is a perfect opportunity for the beginner or advanced juggler to practice with fellow jugglers. No experience necessary. This well-known hobby has recruited dozens of individuals who enjoy juggling. All ages welcome! Free. Matthews Rec Center. 2318 29th Ave S. Mondays 6/12 – 8/28 6pm – 8pm
|Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Sat, Jul 22, 2017 9:00pm @ Matthews Park
|Serving free ice cream treats before the movie. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and come early to grab a good spot.|
Movie starts at dusk and will be shown on the grassy hill south of the tennis courts.
Did you know that you can support SNG and support a great local business at the same time? Zipps has a new rewards program. You can sign up and have all your points go to SNG. This helps us keep costs down for our various events. For every 500 points SNG will earn $20 off our next purchase.
Next time you go to Zipp’s make sure your rewards points are credited to SNG.
Thanks for your support!!
Sewards’s Sounds of Silence – Visit the quietest room in the world. Steve Orfield will lead us in a discussion of sound and silence at Orfield Laboratory at 27th Ave and E. 25th St. We will meet there at 7 p.m. to learn about a room many international guests visit each year right here in Seward.
Thank you to all who came out last night for Seward History Walks and to the Franklin Ave businesses that welcomed us!
The Seward History Committee has lined up a new season of summer evening walks. Join us on July 13 for a “Tour of East African Businesses”. Ever wondered how to make chai? And is it any different from Somali tea? Join SNG as we tour the East African Businesses; Capitol Cafe, Shabelle Grocery, Seward Halaal Market and Seward Wireless. Meet the owners and learn about the specialties of each establishment. Taste Somali tea and try other samples. Note that this is a Thursday walk and that we’ll meet at 6 p.m. at 28th and Franklin Avenues in the Seward Co-op parking lot. Free and open to the public.
The next scheduled Community Development Committee meeting is August 8, 6:30-8:00pm (earlier time) at Matthews Center. 2318 29thAve. S. FFI, contact Doug Wise at firstname.lastname@example.org.