Don Quixote – JLS Behind the Scenes Peek

The Pacific Northwest Ballet is proud to present the American premiere of Alexei Ratmansky’s full-length Don Quixote this February, and they are offering Junior League members a peek behind the scenes! Who wouldn’t want to watch a rehearsal of  “the best version of this classical ballet…a display of exciting and hot-blooded dance?” Junior League membersContinue reading “Don Quixote – JLS Behind the Scenes Peek”

Jingle Bell-evue Bldv – Come Join Us

This December, Junior League of Seattle is hosting a craft and art project for children at Bellevue Art Museum. Stop by on your way to Snowflake Lane and experience this unique event full of family fun with f estive art ‘n craft project. Jingle Bell-evue Bldv will be open every Sunday in December until Christmas,Continue reading “Jingle Bell-evue Bldv – Come Join Us”

Bachelor Auction Preview – Check Out These Great Guys!

We have a great group of eligible bachelors lined up for your bidding pleasure on November 30th.  The following three gentlemen are a sneak preview for what the Inaugural Junior League of Seattle Winter Wonderland Bachelor Auction will offer: Marcus, 33  – If you buy wine based only on its label design, this 33-year-old SeattleContinue reading “Bachelor Auction Preview – Check Out These Great Guys!”

JLS Volunteers – Help Out Treehouse

The King 5 Wonderland Holiday Carousel in Westlake Plaza will benefit Treehouse again this year!  Join us for a volunteer shift at the carousel and greet riders, collect donations and sell tickets. We are in great need of volunteers this Sunday November 27th through December 1st.  If you are available, sign up online at http://treehouse.kintera.org/horses. With questions or to signContinue reading “JLS Volunteers – Help Out Treehouse”

Dorothy Stimson Bullitt Award nominations

NOMINATIONS FOR THE DOROTHY STIMSON BULLITT COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD The Dorothy Stimson Bullitt Community Service Award honors an Active or Sustaining Junior League of Seattle member who has enriched the lives of individuals and the community through extraordinary volunteer service. Winners of this award exhibit exemplary ability to lead organizations and projects, lead others, andContinue reading “Dorothy Stimson Bullitt Award nominations”

Cookbook Extravaganza of Culinary Eye Candy

Be sure to stop by the Cookbook Committee table at the December General Meeting. Not only will Simply Classic, Seattle Classic and Celebrate the Rain be available for sale, but we will also have cookbooks from Junior Leagues across the country. Here is a “taste” of the gourmet award winners that you will be ableContinue reading “Cookbook Extravaganza of Culinary Eye Candy”

Fundraising Obligation Changes

FLEXIBLE CHANGES TO ACTIVE FUNDRAISING OBLIGATIONS NOW IN EFFECT The online vote to amend the Active Fundraising Obligation passed membership vote. When does this change take effect? Immediately and it will be retroactive to encompass the entire 2011-2012 JLS Year What does this mean to me? You will have more flexibility to fulfill your financialContinue reading “Fundraising Obligation Changes”

Junior League of Seattle and Seattle Tilth

In an effort to heighten awareness towards combating childhood obesity, the Seattle Junior League partnered Seattle Tilth at their Good Shepherd Garden in Wallingford on a blustery fall afternoon.  Seattle Tilth is a nationally recognized non-profit educational organization dedicated to inspiring and educating people to garden organically and conserve natural resources.  They teach adults andContinue reading “Junior League of Seattle and Seattle Tilth”

Jingle Bell-evue Blvd

This December, Junior League of Seattle is hosting a craft and art project for children in the Seattle/Bellevue area. Stop by on your way to Snowflake Lane and experience this one of a kind event. The festive projects encourage creativity and artistic development. Visit Bellevue  Arts Museum December 4th, 11th and 18th for these eventsContinue reading “Jingle Bell-evue Blvd”