Thursday, April 21, 2016

NEST Special Lecture On Non-Violence Tonight At Center For Urban Horticulture

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NEST is holding a free lecture at the Center For Urban Horticulture tonight at 7pm featuring Professor David Domke, Chair of UW’s Communication Department, along with several of his students who will discuss community building based on principles of nonviolence.  Domke "will share practical ideas and inspiration for incorporating 6 principles of nonviolence into one's daily life" the information says

To RSVP call  (206) 525-6378 or email   Wune and appetizers will be served at 6:30pm.

NEST is a non-profit grassroots operation serving NE Seattle seniors by creating a "virtual village" to helping them be able to stay in their own homes and neighborhoods they love. Volunteers provide companionship, care, as well as help seniors with a wide range of services, including gardening, computer help and more. to seniors aging in their homes. Ongoing classes (fitness, etc) are also offered, as well as access to events, transportation services, and various services (such as estate planners) whoprovide their services at a discount to members.

The cost is $55 a month for individuals or $600 annually. A two person household can join for $85 monthly, or $900 a year. Included in the benefits to members of NEST are y volunteers who help in providing a wide range of services to seniors (yard work, gardening, computer assistance, etc) and ongoing classes (fitness, etc) and events, transportation services, and various services (such as estate planners) will provide their services as a discount to members.

For more information go here or call (206)-525-6378 or email


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