Kwanzaa, a family celebration started in the 1960s, was created to introduce and reinforce seven basic values of African culture which contribute to building and reinforcing family, community and culture among African American people as well as Africans throughout the world African community. Here are some Kwanzaa celebrations and observances you can attend in the Puget Sound area.
If your kids are in need of new coats this fall, why not donate their outgrown coats to a great cause? Here are some local coat drives that would love to receive new or gently used coats to help families through this winter.
Six choirs representing different communities of faith around Puget Sound are singing for marriage equality in one concert on Sunday, October 14.
Opa! A tradition since 1960, the St. Demetrios Greek Festival returns this year, September 21, 22 and 23 at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood.
The state’s campaign finance watchdog says the state’s Catholic churches can’t collect donations from parishioners for the campaign seeking to overturn the state’s gay marriage law.
New claims of sexual and physical abuse by Roman Catholic clerics and nuns spanning decades in eastern Montana have been lodged in state court in Great Falls.
Here’s your chance to help the homeless right here in Puget Sound. Get your family, friends, scout troop, or civic group together to volunteer for something worthwhile.
First performed in April, 1742, and written by German composer George Frideric Handel, this much beloved classical oratorio has become a holiday tradition for many. Here’s where you can listen (or sing along!) in Seattle.
Come to a delightful “Warmth in Winter” concert by a local youth choir in Kent. Have a young singer at your house? Make an appointment for an audition to join the choir in 2012!
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is rolling out massive advertising campaigns in the Northwest to help people better understand the Mormon faith