South Lake Union
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September 27 Events

September 27, 7:00 pm, Museum of History and Industry

Community Conversation: Housing the Homeless

Two years after Seattle and King County declared a “State of Emergency” on homelessness, the numbers continue to rise. The 2017 annual count found nearly 12,000 people living in shelters, on the streets, and in tents and cars in Seattle and King County.

Join Enrique Cerna as he moderates an important community conversation that examines homelessness: Hear personal stories, learn about current initiatives aimed at increasing housing, and find out what is being done to address complex issues related to the homeless crisis.

Admission is free with RSVP to: (206) 324-1126 or information@mohai.org

Website: http://mohai.org/event/community-conversation-housing-the-homeless/

 

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Function Meets Art: SVC is more than just letterpress & Steamroller Smackdowns. Check it out here http://bit.ly/2tt2jlP
Appetizer Crawl! Build your own meal with small-plate bites at stops throughout South Lake Union. http://bit.ly/2sVCpHF
Lasting Legacies: Integral to SLU’s past, these organizations define SLU today and will continue sculpting its character into the future.  http://bit.ly/2rWnuMb

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