Thursday, March 16, 2017

NEST Holding Virtual Walking Tour With Local Author Judy Bentley On Monday

urban history walks

NEST (Northeast Seattle Together), which supports Northeast Seattle elder neighbors through a network of volunteers and vendors, is having a special event, as part of its Nest Cafe series, on Monday from 2-3pm at Magnuson Park Brigade, Room  406 (6344 NE 74th Street).  Books will be available for purchase.

The information says:  

Local author Judy Bentley joins us for a virtual walking tour of Washington State’s urban history.  
Judy will share stories from her new book, Walking Washington’s History: Ten Cities, that reveal moments of historical significance in our the state. Her walks and stories follow sidewalks, trails, and waterfronts to sites of both well-known and little-known history.

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) who provide their services at a discount to members.

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