VOLUME 28 NO. 12 | MARCH 14 - MARCH 20, 2009


CALENDAR

Last updated 3-12-09 at 12:01 p.m.

WHAT:

Jude Narita’s “Stories Waiting to be Told” — play celebrating the lives of Asian American women

WHEN:

Friday, March 20 at 8 p.m.

WHERE:

Kirkland Performance Center
350 Kirkland Ave., Kirkland

COST:

$25 for adults, $22.50 for seniors, $10 for youth

TICKETS:

www.ticketturtle.com

MORE INFO.:

www.kpcenter.org

 

Monday, March 2–March 27

• Identity, Costume, Cliché: Korean Photography Today
Photographic Center Northwest
900 12th Ave., Seattle
206-720-7222, ext. 11


Saturday, March 14

• The Seattle Chinese Garden Tour
South Seattle Community College
Chan Education Center
6000 16th Ave. S.W., Seattle
10 a.m.
206-282-8040
www.seattlechinesegarden.org

• The School of Art Open: Annual Juried Show
Jacob Lawrence Gallery
128 Art Building, Seattle
12–4 p.m.
206-685-1805

• “Más Allá de Una Lengua” (Beyond One Language), a free evening of theater and poetry
Langston Hughes Center
104 17th Ave. S., Seattle
7–9 p.m.
206-684-7241
Dewey.potter@seattle.gov


Thursday, March 19 & Tuesday, March 24

• Kaplan Medical Free Seminars for Seattle Area International Medical Graduates
Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions Center
4216 University Way N.E., Seattle
6 p.m.
206-632-0634 ext. 2001
www.kaplanmedical.com


April 4

• Wing Luke Asian Museum’s 2009 Dinner & Auction
Bell Harbor International Conference Center
2211 Alaskan Way in Seattle’s Pier 66
206-623-5124


Tuesday, April 7

• Uwajimaya’s cooking class
B297 Japanese II – Classic Dishes with Naomi Kakiuchi
Uwajimaya
15555 N.E. 24th, Bellevue
6:30 p.m.
$65
Register online at www.nuculinary.com
425-747-9012


Through Aug. 16, 2009

Ho’omau Ka Huaka’i Exhibit: Native Hawai’ians in the Pacific Northwest
Wing Luke Asian Museum
719 South King St., Seattle
206-623-5124
www.wingluke.org


Tuesday, April 28

• Living Healthy Community Workshops
6-7 p.m.
International District Community Center
719 8th Ave. S., Seattle
Free admission
Register at 206-386-1300 and 206-233-0042

 

Tuesday, March 17

• “Form & Space” by Barbara Robertson and Amanda Knowles
TASTE Restaurant
1300 First Ave., Seattle
5–6 p.m.
RSVP to 206-903-5291
tasterestaurant@tastesam.com


Wednesday, March 18

• The Asian Pacific Business Roundtable
Imperial Garden Seafood Restaurant
18230 East Valley Hwy., Kent
6–8:30 p.m.
$30
RSVP to 425-922-0049 or 425-251-1600
greatwallmkt@hotmail.com


Friday, March 20

• “My Avatar” — new writing by Vikram Chandra, Jennifer Finney Boylan, and artist Christa Bell
Town Hall Seattle
1119 Eighth Ave., Seattle
7:30 p.m.
$15–25
206-322-7030


Saturday, March 21

• Co-authors Tracy Lai, tenured historian at Seattle Central Community College, and Kim Geron, associate professor of Political Science at California State University, East Bay, will discuss their book, “The Snake Dance of Asian American Acitivism: Community, Vision, and Power”
Beacon Hill Library meeting room
2821 Beacon Ave. S., Seattle
4–6 p.m.


Saturday, March 21 & Sunday, March 22

• Vegfest 2009 — A healthy vegetarian food festival
Seattle Center’s Exhibition Hall
Mercer Street & Third Avenue North, Seattle
10 a.m.–6 p.m.
$7 adults, free for kids 12 and under
www.vegofwa.org


Sunday, Mar. 22

• Discussion and boo signing from Vincent H. Okamoto, author of “Wolfhound Samurai”
NVC Hall
1212 S. King St., Seattle
1-3 p.m.


Tuesday, Mar. 24

• Uwajimaya’s cooking class
B296 Japanese I – Favorites and Store Tour with Naomi Kakiuchi
Uwajimaya
15555 N.E. 24th, Bellevue
6:30 p.m.
$65
Register online at www.nuculinary.com
425-747-9012


Through May 17, 2009

• Still Present Pasts: Korean Americans and the “Forgotten War”
Community Hall at the new Wing Luke Asian Museum
719 South King St., Seattle
1-3 p.m.
Free admission
206-623-5124
www.wingluke.org



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