Summer Events at East Shore

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Looking Like the Enemy Documentary Viewing: Sunday, July 9, 11:30 am

Please join us for a screening of Kai Pacifico Eng’s senior project documentary on Executive Order 9066, the order signed by FDR that put 120,000 Japanese-Americans in American concentration camps along the West Coast. The documentary covers more than just the camps, however – it explores the experience of looking like the enemy during times of conflict, as well as Kai’s own personal experience of racism. Kai has just graduated from Bellevue Big Picture High School, a Bellevue School District grade 6-12 “choice” school that uses problem based learning and community internships to teach students while they explore and pursue their own passions. REGISTER HERE. Kai recently won a NW Regional Emmy award for his work on another documentary. Learn more here.

ESUC at The Sounders!: Sunday, July 23, 7:30 pm

Come enjoy an exciting Seattle Sounders game with East Shore! We have reserved 20 tickets for the Sunday, July 23 game against the San Jose Earthquakes. The seats are in section 320 and are $19 each. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE.

Bob’s Farewell Service: Sunday, July 30, 11:30 am

Come celebrate 20 years of Bob Kechley at his final service at East Shore. The choir members started a collection for Bob’s retirement, and you can give by donating to his GoFundMe set up by the choir. We’ve celebrated Bob’s contribution to East Shore music over two decades, now please join us in sending a farewell gift for Bob to enjoy in his retirement. Bob’s gift to us over his years of service was immeasurable. Any amount you can give will be greatly appreciated.

Native American Book Discussion Group: Tuesdays, August 8, 15, 22; 7:00–9:00 pm

Please join us in the North Room for the beginning of a series of book discussion groups focusing on Native American topics. The first book we will discuss is All the Real Indians Died Off by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker. Tackling a wide range of myths, the authors challenge us to reconsider what many of us have learned about Native Americans and history. REGISTER HERE. Please read the entire book before the first class. It is available on Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’s website or through the King County Library System. For more information, contact Lynn.

ESUC at The Mariners!: Sunday, August 13, 1:10 pm

Join us as we have a night at Safeco field! All are invited to the Sunday, August 13 game at 1:10 pm as our Seattle Mariners take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim! Tickets are $13 each and must be paid for when reserving. DOWNLOAD RESERVATION FORM HERE.

Friendship Concert: Saturday, August 19, 6:30 pm

Join us for a Friendship Concert featuring renowned Hindustani vocalist Srivani Jade and ensemble (harmonium, tabla and tanpura) on Saturday, August 19 beginning at 6:30 p.m. This is a wonderful opportunity to reach out and get to know our Hindi neighbors! Srivani and guests will perform Khayal and Bhajans from the Sufi and Bhakti devotional traditions of India. Tickets are $15 each for adults, children are free with adult, and admission includes snacks. REGISTER HERE!

5th Annual Trinkets & Treasures Partner Church Garage Sale: August 24-26

The 5th Annual Trinkets & Treasures East Shore Partner Church Garage Sale will be help August 24-26 from 10:00 am–4:00 pm. Each year the proceeds go to pay the salaries of 5–6 teachers at the Khasi Hills English-medium Friendship School in Kharang. We welcome kitchen items, linens, glassware, dishes, ornaments, books, CDs, DVDs, etc. We will be accepting August 19-21, NO LARGE ITEMS (there will be a place to post photos of large items to sell). We need your help to make this happen! VOLUNTEER HERE.