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Weekend Westside picks for arts and entertainment

Burien Library has way more to offer than a wide selection of books. Try out these classes for free!

Learn to Sew: My Fashion Tote Bag — Join innovative fashion designer Bo Choi and learn how to create a reusable, yet fashionable, tote bag from recycled materials. As a fashion designer, Choi has explored textile as a form of self-representation that becomes an extension of the body. As an artist, she has completed residencies around the world — from Berlin, Germany to Seoul, South Korea.

Event details:

Saturday, June 23 from 2pm-4pm

Burien Library

400 SW 152nd St

Burien, WA 98166

Cost: free

All supplies provided

10 to Try Book Group: Read a Book in Translation— The 10 to Try Book Group is a reading challenge spanning from February until November of 2018. Each month is dedicated to a specific topic of book, this month’s being one originally written in one language and translated to another — anything from The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry to Homer’s Iliad. Come together with other members to discuss which book you selected, why you chose it, and what aspects you enjoyed.

Event details:

Monday, June 25 from 6:30-8pm

Burien Library

Second Floor Meeting Room

400 SW 152nd St

Burien, WA 98166

Cost: free

 

Article by Jade Buchanan-Moh, who will be a senior at University Preparatory Academy next fall, where she works for the school paper, the Puma Press. She has always enjoyed writing, learning about important issues and embarking on new experiences. She believes that journalism plays an integral role in society by helping to create an educated and informed population.

 

Article source: https://www.westsideseattle.com/robinson-papers/2018/06/23/weekend-westside-picks-arts-and-entertainment

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