Monday, November 23, 2009

Print a flyer!

Want to help Seattle Free School? Then print out one or two of these flyers and hang them in your local coffee shop, work, church or school. Easy to do and keeps us from having to flyer your neighborhood when you're already there! Thanks for helping us spread the word.

Link to the flyer here.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Facilitator Class Location

Have you been thinking about facilitating a class with Seattle Free School but aren't quite sure where to start or if you're ready? We can help you with that! Monday, November 23rd at 8pm we'll be having a Facilitators class to address just those concerns. We'll discuss the spaces we have for use, how we promote your class and how to get rolling with facilitating. Coming to the class is really the best way to work one on one with an experienced facilitator to get you started sharing your knowledge with your community. This class with be held at Espresso Vivace located at 227 Yale Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109. Sign up on the website ( and hope to see you there!

Monday, November 16, 2009

Russian Cooking Class!

Great new class posted just today! Irina was born and raised in Moscow and now comes to Seattle Free School to teach us how to cook delicious Russian food, just in time for the holidays!
Here's the description:
Salads and appetizers are an integral part of the Russian holiday table. Just in time for Christmas and New Year's, you can learn to make beet salad, Russian potato salad, eggplant "caviar," and other delicious and healthy dishes and add a Russian twist to your holiday cooking.

As always you can sign up for the class by going to the website, and if you'd like to know more about Irina you can check out her website here.

Friday, November 13, 2009

From Cheese to Tiramisu

That's right, we have a brand new class posted. In this class you not only learn how to make cheese but you also learn how to turn it into fabulous tiramisu!

A great beginning cheese class and also a great class for anyone that wants to make truly fantastic tiramisu.

As noted on the website, please sign up for this one early as our last class was well over 100 people and we're limiting attendance for this one to 100 people.

Here's the link to the class. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Supporting the Library

As many of you know Seattle Free School got it's start at the Seattle Public Libraries and we continue to use the facilities at the libraries regularly. Indeed without the ability to use the libraries it's likely that Seattle Free School wouldn't have gotten off the ground, or at least not been as successful. For that reason, Clare, one of our great facilitators, spoke out about the cuts to funding and hours for the library. Here's the report from the Friends of the Library: