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Oct 21 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Embassy Suites by Hilton 20610 44th Ave West, Lynwood, WA 98036 View A Map to This Event View This Event

Join us for an informative hands-on class that will introduce and educate you on our new Modern Product Collection that your clients have been asking for! 

Learn about a new product and new ingredients that will set this collection apart from all the competition. You will learn new treatment protocols, using this line as pre and post treatments regimens and effective ways to promote within your business and treatment menu.  

*October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Join us for this special class on Treating

Compromised Skin Christina is special-trained to support cancer patients & understands areas on the body which should not be massaged due to ports, lymph node removal, surgical areas, etc. Specific products are used to calm, hydrate & strengthen skin. She uses breathing techniques & words of encouragement to relieve stress & anxiety. These services are designed to help you through this unplanned journey by providing compassionate care.*

Third Season of Diversity Film Series Starts In October 2019

October's Kick-Off Features CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion

(Edmonds, WA) - The Edmonds Diversity Film Series begins its third season this month, with

the first screenings on Saturday, October 19h

at Noon at the Edmonds Theater. Screenings will

be offered FREE to the public and are scheduled for the third Saturdays of the month, October

through April (except December). Each screening presents a film, or films, related to different

topics or groups representing diverse populations and experiences. After each screening there

is a brief opportunity for comment and dialogue.

CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion kicks the season off on October 19th, a film about disabilities

portrayed within the Hollywood movie industry, featuring such Hollywood heavyweights as

Jamie Foxx, Jane Seymour, Ben Affleck and Geena Davis among others. Filmmaker Jenni Gold

explores disability story lines in film, television and advertising to see if the media have helped

societal inclusion for people with disabilities.

On November 16th, Lioness presents the untold story of the first group of women soldiers in

US history to be sent into direct ground combat, in violation of official policy. Told through

intimate accounts, journal excerpts, archive footage, as well as interviews with military

commanders, the film follows five women who served together for a year in Iraq. With

captivating detail, this probing documentary reveals the unexpected course of events that

began with using US women soldiers to defuse tensions with local civilians, but resulted in the

women fighting in some of the bloodiest counter-insurgency battles of the war.

City of Edmonds Media Release

Economic Development ~ 121 5th Avenue North, Edmonds

This movie will be followed by the short, Charlie & Sam. This movie delves into the World War

II generation and their life and wartime experience by showcasing a reunion of two WWII vets

for a final farewell.

With a break for the holidays in December, the Series picks up again in the New Year.

On January 18, 2020, The Florida Project, is an award-winning portrayal of a single mother and

children eking out an existence in the shadow of the most magical place on Earth, Disneyworld.

Six-year-old Moonee and her two best friends forge their own adventures, while Moonee's

struggling mom and William Dafoe as a kind-hearted motel manager, protect the kids from the

harsh reality that surrounds them.

On February 15, 2020, the movie 13th is a 2016 American documentary by director Ava

DuVernay. The film explores the "intersection of race, justice, and mass incarceration in the

United States.” It is titled after the Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution which

abolished slavery and ended involuntary servitude except as a punishment for conviction of a

crime. DuVernay contends that slavery has been perpetuated since the end of the Civil

War through criminalizing behavior and enabling police to arrest poor freedmen and force

them to work for the state under convict leasing; suppression of African Americans

by disenfranchisement, lynchings and Jim Crow; politicians declaring a war on drugs that weigh

more heavily on minority communities and, by the late 20th century, mass incarceration of

people of color in the United States.

March 21, 2020 features In the Family. Beginning with her story of testing positive for the

familial breast cancer mutation (BRCA), Filmmaker Joanna Rudnick chronicles the lives of

several women currently undergoing the process of genetic testing -- following them from their

decision to seek testing, through the testing process, and onto the aftermath as they come to

terms with the information they receive.

And to wrap up the season, on April 18, 2020 two movies will be screened:

Fat Boy Chronicles, featuring an overweight teen who focuses on his goals of losing weight and

getting the girl of his dreams despite being teased and tormented by his classmates.

And the short, On Beauty. From Emmy-nominated filmmaker Joanna Rudnick (In the Family)

comes a story about challenging norms and redefining beauty. On Beauty follows fashion

photographer Rick Guidotti, who left the fashion world when he grew frustrated with having to

work within the restrictive parameters of the industry’s standard of beauty. After a chance

encounter with a young woman who had the genetic condition, albinism, Rick refocused his

lens on those too often relegated to the shadows in order to change the way we see and

experience beauty.

More detailed information about the films, including full synopses and movie trailers, is

available at All movies are free to the public and are screened at

Noon at the Edmonds Theater, 415 Main Street, an ADA-accessible facility.

The Edmonds Diversity Film Series is sponsored by the Edmonds Diversity Commission, Rick

Steves’ Europe, MyEdmondsNews, the Edmonds Centers for the Arts, and the Edmonds


Oct 10 4:00 pm – 12/30/19 5:30 pm Tukwila Community Center 12424 42nd Ave S, Tukwila, WA 98168 View A Map to This Event View This Event

According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been abused by their intimate partner. In 2018 alone, DAWN provided an estimated 20,000 services (duplicated) and answered 5,700 calls on our emergency crisis line. WMFHA is rising again with DAWN in support of our programs and survivors with their 13th Annual Chili Cook-Off on 10/26, benefitting DAWN. Can't make the cook-off but still want to help? You can make a donation by clicking the Register button and make your donation in support of the cause! 

Thank you for helping DAWN continue to support, empower and shelter survivors of domestic abuse! 

Join us at Permaculture Woodinville based at 21 Acres in Woodinville to participate in the second of seven monthly workshops which includes designing, implementing, maintaining, and harvesting the existing and planned food forest at 21 Acres. 

Jason Padvorac is a trained bioengineer, who will be teaching the workshop. Each attendee will be provided a syllabus for the series including additional study material to augment each class. 

The lecture portion of the workshop will start promptly at 9 am on Saturday (9/21) in the upstairs conference room next to the Lobby. Following the lecture, the class will move out to the 21 Acres Food Forest for the balance of the workshop. Along the way, we will take note of many of the different edible plants (including weeds!) and work on an intuitive feel for how a wildly dynamic ecology can be a garden. Bring outside clothing!

The workshop ends at 12 noon. 

Feel free to bring potluck snacks which will be available during the lecture portion of the session 9 - 10 am. 

Register early. Seating is limited. 

What is Forest Gardening?

Forest gardening is a pattern that humans have used across millennia, and for good reason! Planting landscapes with diverse plants and trees might just be the best thing we can do to foster abundant ecosystems while growing food, medicine, and fiber for our communities.

Workshop 2: 

Regenerative Design

Techniques:—Teas and fertigation.Design Workshop– Energy efficient design– Zones: the classic Permaculture tool for making gardening easy and energy efficient – Sectors: Identifying energy streams we can put to use.– Review– Workshop: Zone and sector analysis on our basemaps.

Clothing is a part of your personal infrastructure, your support system!
Learn how to dress with intention and change your life!

The Happiness Program is an immersive 3-day journey into powerful breathing and mind mastery techniques.At the core of the program is the Sudarshan Kriya™, the #1 science-backed breathing technique that will deeply harmonize your whole system by cleansing daily accumulated stress and negativity and thus unlock your inner freedom and joy.In this free 75-minute introductory workshop to the Art of Living Happiness Program, you’ll discover:✔ The tendencies of your mind and how to overcome them✔ How breathing and meditation techniques can radically change your life✔ The powerful ‘Bellows Breath’ technique that will boost your energy, which you can take home and practice daily.✔ The peace & calm experienced after a unique guided meditationThis workshop is taught in 156 countries worldwide and in 283 cities across the US!Here are some experiences of people who have done this course:“I just felt so happy for no reason…and I hadn’t experienced that in a long time”“I felt a sense of clarity in my mind, and other employees also noticed the change”“Recharged my energy in minutes”“Excellent tools to deal with tough times”“Tuned in to my true self and purpose in life” “I’ve actually seen myself transform”Here’s a link to a “teaser” for the happiness program, along with some short clips of people’s experiences. Enjoy and we hope to see you at the workshop!Teaser: 2. 3. the first step towards unshakable happiness today! Register now for FREE.FAQs:How can I contact the organizer with any questions?Please call at 760-679-6285 or email

Join us for the October meeting of the Pacific Northwest Chocolate Society, featuring a demonstration and hands-on chocolate tempering experience with Bill Fredericks, the Chocolate Man. Tempering is a process that leaves chocolate makers of all levels befuddled and frustrated at times.  A chocolate expert with lots of tempering under his belt, Bill will explain tempering and the science of cocoa butter. We will finish the evening with a hands-on experience tempering chocolate.  Each participant will take home the chocolate they tempered.  Mmmm!

Because this is a hands-on experience and we need to fit into the Chocolate Man kitchen space we have a limited number of spots available.

About Bill Fredericks

Bill the Chocolate Man has been a chocolatier and purveyor of bulk and crafted chocolates for over 25 years. He makes everything from tiny truffles to large-scale chocolate and sugar sculptures. He is well-versed in the 'art of the chocolatier' and loves to share his knowledge and experience.  With a background in science and chemistry, he has taught classes to hundreds of local chocolate lovers as well as established Chocolatiers in the Seattle and Puget Sound region.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

We welcome any chocolate lovers who are at an age where they have the ability to taste chocolate in a thoughtful way and contribute to the group discussion.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Our event is being held at The Chocolate Man in Lake Forest Park. There is a parking lot at the shopping center with plenty of parking.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

If you have questions you may dm the organizer on Twitter @pnwchocsociety or send us a message on our Facebook page.

What's the refund policy?

We are able to provide refunds until seven days before the event. If you are not able to attend, you are welcome to give your ticket to someone else.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. We will have a guest list if you don't bring your ticket.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

It is okay.