The City of Seattle’s SNAP folks (Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare) are offering some free emergency preparedness training this Saturday, March 3, at the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library (6801 NE 35th St), from 10:30 AM-noon.
Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare (SNAP) is offered at various libraries throughout the City to help residents and neighborhoods become better prepared for disasters. This interactive and informative program teaches simple steps that don’t take a lot of time or money. You’ll learn that preparedness can be fun and empowering!
And on Thursday, March 15, Sustainable NE Seattle and the Wedgwood Community Council are co-hosting an emergency preparedness event at the Wedgwood Presbyterian Church (8008 NE 35th St), from 6:30-9 PM:
We join forces with Wedgwood Comm Council at this meeting to help one another engage our neighbors in getting ready for emergencies. Come and learn the steps to take to bring your neighborhood together. We’ll demonstrate an action plan that works and provide the tools for those who are ready to begin.