Events Calendar

Thursday, April 20 2023

April 20, 2023 - 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Art + Nature Lab for Ages 7-11

Fall 2022 Session I: (7 weeks) Thursdays, September 8-October 20 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Fall 2022 Session II: (7 weeks) Thursdays, October 27th -December 15th (no class 11/24) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 – 11
Winter 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, January 12th-March 2rd, 2023 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Spring 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, March 9th- May 4th, 2023 (no class 4/13) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11

Lynden’s Art + Nature Lab engages participants aged 7-11 in inquiry-based art and nature learning, problem solving, and creative making. Over the course of each eight-week session, art educator Jeremy Stepien will take you on a series of art challenges and studio projects. Art + Nature Lab will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $176/128 members per 8-week session.
Registration: Registration is closed.

April 20, 2023 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

January-May: Reyna Grande's The Distance Between Us.
June-September: Saeed Teebi's Her First Palestinian. Click here for more information.
Additional titles TBD.

Fee: Free.
Registration: This discussion takes place via Zoom; advance registration required. Click here to register.

The Lynden/HOME Refugee Steering Committee book discussion group, moderated by Lynden’s Kim Khaira, is for those interested in firsthand accounts of displacement. We consider works of non-fiction and fiction, including autobiographical and semi-autobiographical works, by writers who have faced or are facing forced displacement as refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants. Where stories of persecution, historical trauma, and loss of livelihood are effortlessly conveyed by storytellers, journalists, and humanitarians who search out or stumble upon the lives of refugees, we seek out the words of those to whom these stories belong: the narrators who are the closest to their own stories, and the stories of their people, friends, family and, of course, refugees. Newcomers always welcome!

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