Juanita Neighborhoods Association
Building Community in the Juanita Neighborhoods in Kirkland, Washington
Come join us this Saturday, February 3rd, to remove the Holiday Lights at Juanita Village! We will meet at the Urban Coffee Lounge at 11am! Please bring gloves and a ladder if you have one. All are welcome to join us!
All are welcome to join us on Monday, January 8, for the Juanita Neighborhoods Association General Meeting. We will be giving out a Student Community Service Award, talking about the Kingsgate P&R proposed parking structure and ST3 plans, Safety Projects, and discuss how JNA plans to improve Windsor Vista park. Find out about Geo-technical hazards in Juanita in case of flooding or an earthquake. Quick updates on Edith Moulton Park and School Walk Routes plans. Free soda.
Join us Monday night at the Juanita Neighborhoods General Meeting at the Kirkland Justice Center! Come hear about the Village at Totem Lake (Nordstrom Rack), Juanita-area parks, Walk to School routes, Kingsgate P&R parking structure, JHS student Community Service award and more. Free soda.
***October 19 Candidate Forum Location CHANGED to St. John Vianney Church***
The Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance and the Juanita Neighborhood Association are partnering to host a city council candidate forum on Thursday, October 19 at ST. JOHN VIANNEY CHURCH from 7:00 to 8:30 PM. Council candidates Penny Sweet, Jon Pascal, Uzma Butte, Jay Arnold, Martin Morgan, and Tom Neir will be in attendance. DO NOT MISS your opportunity to hear their views on parks, land use planning, the budget, affordable housing, transportation, public safety, and many other issues. Ballots will be mailed out on October 18 for the November 7 election.
St. John Vianney Church is located at:
12600 84th Avenue NE
Kirkland, WA 98034
"....what we are called to do – is to love each other, through service and advocacy for everyone." - quote from Rev. Mary Alyce Burleigh
Please check out the attached message from Rev. Mary Alyce Burleigh about inclusiveness and creating a welcoming community. She presented this beautiful message to us at the Welcome to Kirkland event this past Saturday and her words live with us as we continue our journey through life. Her very thoughtful and heartwarming message teaches us about how we can overcome the challenges of our past and embrace a welcoming and inclusive future.
Here is another quote from her keynote address:
"It is my belief that our nation is “Great” because we have been willing to work to overcome our checkered past and recognize that the contributions, hard work and a cultural tapestry that includes folks from all over the world has made us who we are – Not a melting pot as much as a tossed salad – with each group contributing their unique culture that has become one of the most envied in the world, one that strives to be a nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. For all!"
You can read more in the file attached to this blog post!