March 2010

Spanish for Beginners

This is a great opportunity for students with a very busy schedule, and still wants to learn a language. You can learn at your own pace with very flexible hours and locations, where it works best for you. You decide how many times a week you would like to meet and the amount of hours. This package contains 9 sessions(1.5 hour)session. Times, dates and location are flexible. Discounts available for party of 2-3. Call for our special offers! 206-384-4352

Spanish Conversation March 12th $8

This is a discussion group class for advanced and intermediate students, where the goal is to speak the language. Here, the teacher will guide the discussion by using different children literature, articles, poems, movies and other material. This class is a great challenge for the students to put into practice all he/she has learned participating in different debates. This class is offer during the whole year and every month there will be different discussion. This is a 1.5 hr class for $8. go to our website and sign up for it.

Veterans Cemetery Marker Cleaning Day

Saturday, April 17, 2010 from 10:00am to 2:00pm Veterans Memorial Cemetery On the east side of 11111 Aurora Ave N. The Veterans Memorial Cemetery at Evergreen Washelli, often referred to as “The Arlington of the West,” is proud to have over 5000 American Veterans from all wars in our care. In order to honor these heroes, we are calling out for volunteers to clean markers in preparation of the upcoming annual Memorial Day celebration. We’ll supply the brushes, buckets, and eco-friendly cleaning solution. All you have to bring is yourself and a little elbow grease, but ten of your friends wouldn’t hurt! We hope to see you there. Thank you, Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park and the Veterans Memorial Cemetery Board

The Dusty 45s Album Release Party

The Dusty 45s’ highly anticipated new studio album set for release on March 27, 2010! Their first studio album in five years, Fortunate Man contains a collection of 10 original Dusty 45s songs, including Walking in the Rain, River From My Eyes, and the title track, all of which have quickly become crowd favorites at recent live shows. Infused by a passion for American roots music in all its varied forms, Fortunate Man blurs the line between genres to create a style that is, in it’s final distillation, entirely fresh and new. Singer/Songwriter, Billy Joe Huels, paints his personal and illustrative stories with his signature ’65 Gibson steel string guitar, and combines elements ranging from honky-tonk and swing to pure rock. Enter in Seattle’s finest with top-notch vocal harmonies, twangy guitars, upright bass and drums, top it off with Huels’ fiery trumpet and The Dusty 45s’ unique sound is complete.