April 4, 2014
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Events
Friday,  April 4  7:00PM 
Hugo House 
1634 11th Avenue

Birkerts, known for his book The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age, has modeled his academic life on structure; the build of what we read - from tweets to novels - is his specialty.  He will discuss structure and its many variations. For more information and tickets click here.

Thursday, April 10  5:00-8:00PM 
Capitol Hill 
 
Capitol Hill Arts Walk is an open house style event held at many locations on the second Thursday of every month in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.  Events include visual arts, musical performances, food and beverage specials and more. For more information and tickets click here.    
Friday April 18  12:00PM
The Woman's Century Club 
Harvard Exit Theater Parlor
807 East Roy St.

Featured speaker Michael McCullough will share the story of his Grandmother, Lily Kempson, who was a teenage courier in Ireland's Easter Rising of 1916 and her subsequent escape to the United States and Seattle.  The talk is free and open to all. For more information click here.

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Receive 20% off your monthly membership to Seattle Boxing Gym when you sign up for Unlimited Group Classes! See promotion details here

Come in for a maternity massage and receive a free add-on service. See promotional detail here.
 
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