1st Wednesday HH: Join us next month on 2/6 for the monthly Pub Quiz at Canterbury Ales in Cap Hill, 534 15th Ave E at 7 PM. Don't fear the quiz, show up for a good time.
Second Tuesday Arts & Cider: 1/8 from 6-9 PM at Schillings Cider House in Fremont. Schillings does not have food, but you can bring your own. 708 N 34th St This month, let's have some fun with watercolors, glitter glue and crayons.
3rd Wednesday HH: 1/16 5-8 PM. We are heading to Uptown Hophouse. They have a great happy hour menu so come join us. 219 1st Ave N, Seattle
RSVP before noon the day of the event on Facebook or email so we can get enough seats. Always looking for new places for a crowd so email your suggestions.
Take part in the SEAPAX Eats Out program, Jan. 17th at 6:30 PM at Tamarind Tree Restaurant 1036 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104.
Join us for a SEAPAX 2019 Networking event on Jan. 24th at 5:30 PM at Populuxe Brewing in Ballard! Meet RPCVs in the community and get connected to career opportunities! RSVP here. Are you an RPCV working in a company that is hiring? We want you to attend! Contact us to learn more!
Stay tuned for information on the Annual Camp Out, June 28-30th on Lopez Island at Spencer Spit State Park.
2019 Book Club schedule:
• April 7th, 3-5 PM. The Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes After by Clementine Wamariya and Elizabeth Weil @ TBD
• June 2nd, 3-5 PM. The Far Away Brothers: Two Young Migrants and the Making of an American Life by Lauren Markham @ TBD
• Aug. 4th, 3-5 PM. Then Again by Ben Berman (RPCV) @ TBD
• Oct. 6th, 3-5 PM. Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah @ TBD
SEAPAX Calendar and Notecard Sale
We still have 2019 and perpetual calendars (great for keeping track of birthdays and other special annual events), and note cards for sale.
All items will be available at upcoming events and board meetings. You can also order through the website or email. $12 for international calendars, $8 for note card sets, and $10 for perpetual calendars.
UPS Peace Corps Prep
Matt Warning, RPCV (Tanzania, ’83-’86) and professor at Univ. of Puget Sound (UPS), is modernizing messaging on the UPS Peace Corps Prep program website. He would like interested RPCVs to send photos of their PC service, particularly photos of you working alongside host country nationals, and information about your service.
He is also looking for individuals who might be willing to speak on campus or correspond with prospective volunteers. Please email Matt, if interested.