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12/16/2014
There is usually some assembly required during that holiday season, and that sometimes involves batteries, CFL light bulbs and other household hazardous waste. Fluorescent bulbs and tubes, Ni-Cad and Lithium rechargeable and other batteries can be disposed of free of charge at Seattle’s Household Hazardous waste stations. Incandescent light bulbs, regular Christmas lights and alkaline […]
Make it an LED holiday season
Seattle City Light encourages you to switch to LED light bulbs for your holiday lighting, and all year round.
Funding for Youth Arts projects is available
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture's Youth Arts program prioritizes youth or communities with limited or no access to the arts. Funding awards range up to $10,000. The application deadline is February 15.
Fire safety during the holidays
For the holidays, Seattle Fire Department suggests using battery-operated flameless candles, which can look, smell and feel like real candles.
Central Waterfront tribal art project
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture seeks proposal applications to create artwork for the Waterfront Seattle project that recognizes the tribal peoples of this region, and reflects the Coast Salish tribes that have a historic connection to this territory. Proposal application deadline is January 13.
Call for films for the 12th annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival
The Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute is seeking submissions for the annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival in April, which is celebrating its 12th year. The submission deadline is February 5.
Greening the Emerald City, one home at a time
Community Power Works is driving clean energy innovation and generating economic growth by delivering energy efficiency solutions to Seattleites.
Affordable Care Act enrollment help
The Seattle Public Library and Public Health - Seattle & King County are collaborating to help people determine their eligibility for the programs offered under the Affordable Care Act.