Sun May 27, 7-9pm
Terilyn Wyre will be offering yoga workshops on the last Sunday evening of each month.
In these workshops you can always anticipate asana, pranayama, mantra and a 30 min guided meditation that correspond to the theme.
Svadhisthana chakra the sacral centre or, more literally, the “the dwelling place of the self”.
“Sva” means “that which belongs to itself” and “dhisthana” meaning “its actual place” — indicating just how crucial this chakra is in our lives.
The tasks of the second chakra include allowing for emotional and sensual movement in our life, opening to pleasure, and learning how to “go with the flow.”
Let me know if you’re coming yogis so I can plan accordingly. Namaste.
Other yoga news:
Monday night, Memorial Day: yoga class with Heather Carballo is cancelled, returning the following Monday, June 4.
Thursday nights, come practice with our wonderful new instructor Kathleen Dowd-Gailey.
Drop-in classes Monday and Thursday, 7:30 to 8:45pm. $8.
HPIC: Building Clean-Up 9am-2pm
The tasks listed below
have been broken down into ” like” kind, we need a Lead on all and then volunteers to follow. Grab a neighbor/friend/uncle etc. Everything from scrubbing to tightening up plumbing fixtures! We have every intent of making HPIC shine. Email Nickie Jostol: firstname.lastname@example.org
to sign up.
HPAC: Clean-Up Kenyon Right-of-Way btwn 13th and 14th 10am-2pm
This year, in addition to helping HPIC with their efforts cleaning up the building, HPAC will also be focusing on the right of way between 13th and 14th on Kenyon from 10am to 2pm- So if bushwacking and trailblazing is your thing, please join us and bring your gloves because there are a lot of blackberries and trash.
There will be snacks and beverages at HPIC, plus we are expecting a new food truck in the parking lot: Rollin Q – authentic Texas downhome Southern Cooking! http://www.rollinq.com/ from noon to 3pm. Festive!
HPIC Task List
Task Group 1
- reorganize media closet, to include designated space for small office
- organize closets in both bathrooms to hold more storage
Task Group 2
Task Group 3
- deep clean interior: paneling, floor boards, floors in storage rooms, wash closet, etc.
Task Group 4
- paint inside wall over dance floor
- touch up brown trim
Task Group 5
- tighten/replace toilets seats in Women’s
- re bolt/replace toilet paper holders in Women’s
- tighten up the plumbing fittings for the faucets in both restrooms
Task Group 6
- replace smoke alarm in kitchen, it is gone
- replace lights that flicker or are burned out
Task Group 7
- add bolts to tables and chairs
- throw away broken tables
Top 3 Wines:
1st Place: 2008 Renwood Barbera
2nd Place: 2009 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Cabernet Sauvignon
3rd Place: 2009 Columbia Crest Two Vines Cabernet Sauvignon
2010 Gnarly Head Old Vine Zinfandel ($10)
2010 Opera Prima Tempranillo ($6)
2010 Colores del Sol Malbec ($8)
2009 Charles & Charles Red Wine ($9)
The Naked Grape Pinot Grigio ($7)
2011 Zolo Malbec ($10)
Little Roo Shiraz ($8)
2009 Kiona Cabernet/Merlot ($10)
Chateau Moulin de Beausejour Bordeaux (?)
Cupcake Prosecco ($9)
2008 Hogue Merlot ($8)
2010 Trivento Reserve Malbec ($8)
The total raffle ticket sales at Wine For Our Times
came to $1391
! Thanks to everyone for your generosity and good spirits – all that money goes to our Raffle Queen
, Martha Mallett
. Additional donations can be sent to HPIC (1116 SW Holden St, Seattle, 98106) with a note that it is for Martha Mallett
, and we will make sure she gets it!
Good job Lisa and Randy Leininger – their neighborhood hot dog and lemonade sale raised $2000. See the story on the West Seattle Blog here. What great neighbors!
Wine For Our Times was a huge success – thanks to all who participated! We will post pictures and winning wine info soon.
Our dear friend, neighbor and lifetime HPIC member Martha Mallett and her son Brian have lost their home to a fire.
on the West Seattle Blog.)
Martha wants everyone to know that she and Brian are okay. Brian’s hands are healing from burns he got in the fire. They are staying in a West Seattle motel until they can find a place to rent while their home is rebuilt. Martha sounds like her strong, determined self and is very busy with Brian, beginning the task of putting their lives back together. Her family is all around her, strong and supportive.
Things we can do:
- Stop by the fundraiser this Saturday, organized by Martha and Brian’s neighbor Lisa Leininger:
Saturday, May 5th
8442 20th Ave SW (3 doors south of Martha’s house)
They will be selling hot dogs and lemonade to show their support for Martha and her son.
(Martha was very moved when I told her about this).
- Wine For Our Times: We will miss Martha, our Raffle Queen, at Wine For Our Times this year (also this Saturday). However, this years’ raffle proceeds will be donated to Martha and Brian.
- Martha asked for help finding a furnished, two-bedroom house with kitchen for her and Brian to rent while their house is being rebuilt. Let’s find them a great place in the neighborhood!
Here’s to the real and vital community Martha is so much a part of!
The indefatiguable Martha Mallett.
Add to your list of reasonably priced and surprisingly good wines while tasting, describing and picking your favorites. You will be seated at a table of friends and neighbors and have a great time tasting each others’ finds.
We will have special pours from the Northwest Wine Academy, special prizes and great raffle items from our local business community. Join this fun part of the event too! Raffle tickets will be $2 each and 3 for $5 – well worth the prizes.
Pre-register by Friday, 4/27! There will be a special raffle for pre-registered participants. Email email@example.com or call 938-6031 and tell us how many people you’re bringing.
Check out our sponsors here!