Saturday, October 28, 2017

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10/28/2017 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Meet Deborah Cuyle, author of Ghosts of Leavenworth and the Cascades Foothills and of Haunted Snohomish, and learn the history behind these haunting tales. History Press’s Haunted America series introduces voracious readers and avid history buffs alike to a time-honored tradition that is too often overlooked when it comes to history – the great American ghost story. Explore the backstories of famous hauntings across the nation, as well as little known chilling tales, one American city at a time. Author Deborah Cuyle lives in Snohomish and loves everything about the small town. She has written two other travel books, Cannon Beach, Oregon, and Kidding Around Portland. She enjoys the possibility of an afterlife and especially loves telling a chilling ghost story while nestled beside a bonfire.
 
10/28/2017 - 1:00pm
Join us for a meet and greet with Molly Hashimoto, renowned naturalist and water color artist. She has a new book, Colors of the West and will be sharing a bit about how this book came to be. Arrive early to sample sketching materials and visit with the artist. Stay for a short presentation with time after for additional questions.    Recommended for children 8 and up. Learn with acclaimed Molly Hashimoto: interpret colorful landscapes through pen and brush. Hashimoto's recent stunning watercolor collection features iconic parks, refuges and monuments, birds and mammals, trees and flowers. Molly says: My book is an appreciation of the beauty of the natural world that we are so fortunate to enjoy in the American west. This presentation is not just for artists!  It's for travelers, hikers, birders and animal-lovers! Many students, family and friends live in far-flung parts of the country, and the world, so I offer this in hopes of reaching you, too. Molly Hashimoto regularly teaches art classes for the North Cascade Institute, Sitka Center for Art & Ecology on the Oregon coast and the Yellowstone Institute. Her philosophy as a teacher focuses on hands-on art that begins in the outdoors and connects students to nature and cultural history. 
 
 
 
 
10/28/2017 - 3:00pm
$15. A 90-minute workshop with Interfaith Amigos Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Dave Brown and Rabbi Ted Falcon: "Creating an Effective Foundation for Interfaith Dialogue." The Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos guide participants in developing a foundation for truly effective communication and purposeful collaboration. In this workshop, participants are invited to move beyond polarization and stereotyping to more authentically meet the other.   About the Interfaith Amigos With their willingness to openly address the usual taboos of interfaith dialogue—the awkward parts of each tradition—the Interfaith Amigos create a more authentic conversation, between themselves and with their audiences. Their work is dedicated to supporting more effective interfaith dialogue that can bring greater collaboration on the major social and economic issues of our time. The Interfaith Amigos started working together after 9/11. Since then, they have brought their unique blend of spiritual wisdom and humor to audiences all over the U.S., as well as Canada, Israel-Palestine, and Japan. The Interfaith Amigos present a crucial message in their unique humorous style, helping participants appreciate the promise and the problems of the interfaith experience.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10/28/2017 - 7:00pm
Tickets: $18 General Admission / $20 at the door;     $10 Student / $12 at the door "Interfaith Dialogue for Challenging Times" The Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos share some of the promises as well as the problems related to developing an interfaith dialogue that can support collaborative action in our world. With warmth, humor, and wisdom, these three teachers share an interfaith process that opens us to spiritual treasures supporting healing and wholeness.   With their willingness to openly address the usual taboos of interfaith dialogue—the awkward parts of each tradition—the Interfaith Amigos (Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Dave Brown and Rabbi Ted Falcon) create a more authentic conversation, between themselves and with their audiences. Their work is dedicated to supporting more effective interfaith dialogue that can bring greater collaboration on the major social and economic issues of our time. The Interfaith Amigos started working together after 9/11. Since then, they have brought their unique blend of spiritual wisdom and humor to audiences all over the U.S., as well as Canada, Israel-Palestine, and Japan. The Interfaith Amigos present a crucial message in their unique humorous style, helping participants appreciate the promise and the problems of the interfaith experience.