(free online Movie Night) Documentary Film “LIKE”– Conversation about Youth, Social Media and Addiction

Movie Night & Conversation about Youth, Social Media and Addiction

Youth Eastside Services (YES) will be featuring the IndieFlix Original documentary “LIKE” that explores the impact of social media on young lives and the effects of technology on the brain. Following the film, join a panel discussion with YES’ new Chief Executive Officer David Downing and clinicians to discuss teen social media use and how a family can develop healthy habits, including an opportunity to ask questions.
Grab your dinner or a bowl of popcorn and join us for a free, online movie night on Thursday, June 11 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Viewing of the movie is limited, pleaseregister by June 4.

Free Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations (Beacon Hill, Seattle)

Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations

Who: Parents and Educators
What: Parenting Class for All

Where:
Beacon Hill International Elementary School
2025 14th Ave South
Seattle WA

Time: 6:30 – 8:00PM

Upcoming 2019-20 School Year Classes:

Sept 16 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 1
Sept 30 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 2

Oct 7 : The Power of Encouragement
Oct 21 : The Family Meeting

Nov 4 : Building Self-Discipline : Homework & School
Nov 18 : Actions, Not Words! Getting out of Nagging, Power Struggles & Conflict

Dec 2 : Take Time for Training
Dec 16 : Building on the Positive/Eliminating Criticism

Jan 6 : How to Induce Respect the Rights of Others
Jan 27 : Moving Beyond Punishment & Reward

Feb 3 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully
Feb 24 : Building on the Positive & Eliminating Criticism

March 2 : Bullying, Sibling fighting & Whining
March 16 : Sharing Responsibility: Chores

April 6 : The Fallacy of Reward & Punishment
April 20 : How to use Natural & Logical Consequences

May 4 : Routines: The Morning Rush & Bedtime
May 18 : Avoid Giving Undue Attention

June 1 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully

Cost: Donation-based
Child Care: Provided and Free
Snacks: Provided and Free
Description: Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children.  

Description:      

Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children:

·         The morning rush

·         Nagging

·         Chores

·         Sibling fighting

·         Bullying

·         Homework

·         Bedtime

·         Whining

·         Eating

·         School issues

“I am an older parent and a veteran elementary teacher. I thought I knew how to parent well…I don’t. Dalton’s parenting classes are helping me break old habits so that I can stop undermining my son by micromanaging him, and instead, raise a compassionate, responsible and independent man who will help shape a better society.”     

 – Marjorie Lamarre, John Muir Elementary Teacher & Parent

About Mary Dalton:

Mary holds a BA in Education and Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois, an MA in Counseling and Psychology from Vermont College and a Certificate in Child Development from the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago. She has taught thousands of parents and educators. She taught at DePaul University and Columbia University in Chicago, and Western Washington University. She is the author of It’s Not in the Genes, the mother of six and grandmother of 13, one of whom attends Beacon Hill International Elementary School. Mary is an activist, lecturer and educator who has worked for over 40 years with thousands of parents, grandparents, teachers and teens concerning the struggles and challenges of raising our children.

For more information:

Mary Dalton, MA

www.FullCircleLeadership.org

boo_dalton@yahoo.com

(206) 323-5107

** Check out this 60 second video on Dalton’s book & please share this link with friends and family: It’s Not in the Genes

Free Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations (Beacon Hill, Seattle)

Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations

Who: Parents and Educators
What: Parenting Class for All

Where:
Beacon Hill International Elementary School
2025 14th Ave South
Seattle WA

Time: 6:30 – 8:00PM

Upcoming 2019-20 School Year Classes:

Sept 16 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 1
Sept 30 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 2

Oct 7 : The Power of Encouragement
Oct 21 : The Family Meeting

Nov 4 : Building Self-Discipline : Homework & School
Nov 18 : Actions, Not Words! Getting out of Nagging, Power Struggles & Conflict

Dec 2 : Take Time for Training
Dec 16 : Building on the Positive/Eliminating Criticism

Jan 6 : How to Induce Respect the Rights of Others
Jan 27 : Moving Beyond Punishment & Reward

Feb 3 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully
Feb 24 : Building on the Positive & Eliminating Criticism

March 2 : Bullying, Sibling fighting & Whining
March 16 : Sharing Responsibility: Chores

April 6 : The Fallacy of Reward & Punishment
April 20 : How to use Natural & Logical Consequences

May 4 : Routines: The Morning Rush & Bedtime
May 18 : Avoid Giving Undue Attention

June 1 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully

Cost: Donation-based
Child Care: Provided and Free
Snacks: Provided and Free
Description: Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children.  

Description:      

Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children:

·         The morning rush

·         Nagging

·         Chores

·         Sibling fighting

·         Bullying

·         Homework

·         Bedtime

·         Whining

·         Eating

·         School issues

“I am an older parent and a veteran elementary teacher. I thought I knew how to parent well…I don’t. Dalton’s parenting classes are helping me break old habits so that I can stop undermining my son by micromanaging him, and instead, raise a compassionate, responsible and independent man who will help shape a better society.”     

 – Marjorie Lamarre, John Muir Elementary Teacher & Parent

About Mary Dalton:

Mary holds a BA in Education and Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois, an MA in Counseling and Psychology from Vermont College and a Certificate in Child Development from the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago. She has taught thousands of parents and educators. She taught at DePaul University and Columbia University in Chicago, and Western Washington University. She is the author of It’s Not in the Genes, the mother of six and grandmother of 13, one of whom attends Beacon Hill International Elementary School. Mary is an activist, lecturer and educator who has worked for over 40 years with thousands of parents, grandparents, teachers and teens concerning the struggles and challenges of raising our children.

For more information:

Mary Dalton, MA

www.FullCircleLeadership.org

boo_dalton@yahoo.com

(206) 323-5107

** Check out this 60 second video on Dalton’s book & please share this link with friends and family: It’s Not in the Genes

Free Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations (Beacon Hill, Seattle)

Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations

Who: Parents and Educators
What: Parenting Class for All

Where:
Beacon Hill International Elementary School
2025 14th Ave South
Seattle WA

Time: 6:30 – 8:00PM

Upcoming 2019-20 School Year Classes:

Sept 16 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 1
Sept 30 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 2

Oct 7 : The Power of Encouragement
Oct 21 : The Family Meeting

Nov 4 : Building Self-Discipline : Homework & School
Nov 18 : Actions, Not Words! Getting out of Nagging, Power Struggles & Conflict

Dec 2 : Take Time for Training
Dec 16 : Building on the Positive/Eliminating Criticism

Jan 6 : How to Induce Respect the Rights of Others
Jan 27 : Moving Beyond Punishment & Reward

Feb 3 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully
Feb 24 : Building on the Positive & Eliminating Criticism

March 2 : Bullying, Sibling fighting & Whining
March 16 : Sharing Responsibility: Chores

April 6 : The Fallacy of Reward & Punishment
April 20 : How to use Natural & Logical Consequences

May 4 : Routines: The Morning Rush & Bedtime
May 18 : Avoid Giving Undue Attention

June 1 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully

Cost: Donation-based
Child Care: Provided and Free
Snacks: Provided and Free
Description: Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children.  

Description:      

Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children:

·         The morning rush

·         Nagging

·         Chores

·         Sibling fighting

·         Bullying

·         Homework

·         Bedtime

·         Whining

·         Eating

·         School issues

“I am an older parent and a veteran elementary teacher. I thought I knew how to parent well…I don’t. Dalton’s parenting classes are helping me break old habits so that I can stop undermining my son by micromanaging him, and instead, raise a compassionate, responsible and independent man who will help shape a better society.”     

 – Marjorie Lamarre, John Muir Elementary Teacher & Parent

About Mary Dalton:

Mary holds a BA in Education and Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois, an MA in Counseling and Psychology from Vermont College and a Certificate in Child Development from the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago. She has taught thousands of parents and educators. She taught at DePaul University and Columbia University in Chicago, and Western Washington University. She is the author of It’s Not in the Genes, the mother of six and grandmother of 13, one of whom attends Beacon Hill International Elementary School. Mary is an activist, lecturer and educator who has worked for over 40 years with thousands of parents, grandparents, teachers and teens concerning the struggles and challenges of raising our children.

For more information:

Mary Dalton, MA

www.FullCircleLeadership.org

boo_dalton@yahoo.com

(206) 323-5107

** Check out this 60 second video on Dalton’s book & please share this link with friends and family: It’s Not in the Genes

Free Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations (Beacon Hill, Seattle)

Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations

Who: Parents and Educators
What: Parenting Class for All

Where:
Beacon Hill International Elementary School
2025 14th Ave South
Seattle WA

Time: 6:30 – 8:00PM

Upcoming 2019-20 School Year Classes:

Sept 16 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 1
Sept 30 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 2

Oct 7 : The Power of Encouragement
Oct 21 : The Family Meeting

Nov 4 : Building Self-Discipline : Homework & School
Nov 18 : Actions, Not Words! Getting out of Nagging, Power Struggles & Conflict

Dec 2 : Take Time for Training
Dec 16 : Building on the Positive/Eliminating Criticism

Jan 6 : How to Induce Respect the Rights of Others
Jan 27 : Moving Beyond Punishment & Reward

Feb 3 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully
Feb 24 : Building on the Positive & Eliminating Criticism

March 2 : Bullying, Sibling fighting & Whining
March 16 : Sharing Responsibility: Chores

April 6 : The Fallacy of Reward & Punishment
April 20 : How to use Natural & Logical Consequences

May 4 : Routines: The Morning Rush & Bedtime
May 18 : Avoid Giving Undue Attention

June 1 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully

Cost: Donation-based
Child Care: Provided and Free
Snacks: Provided and Free
Description: Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children.  

Description:      

Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children:

·         The morning rush

·         Nagging

·         Chores

·         Sibling fighting

·         Bullying

·         Homework

·         Bedtime

·         Whining

·         Eating

·         School issues

“I am an older parent and a veteran elementary teacher. I thought I knew how to parent well…I don’t. Dalton’s parenting classes are helping me break old habits so that I can stop undermining my son by micromanaging him, and instead, raise a compassionate, responsible and independent man who will help shape a better society.”     

 – Marjorie Lamarre, John Muir Elementary Teacher & Parent

About Mary Dalton:

Mary holds a BA in Education and Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois, an MA in Counseling and Psychology from Vermont College and a Certificate in Child Development from the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago. She has taught thousands of parents and educators. She taught at DePaul University and Columbia University in Chicago, and Western Washington University. She is the author of It’s Not in the Genes, the mother of six and grandmother of 13, one of whom attends Beacon Hill International Elementary School. Mary is an activist, lecturer and educator who has worked for over 40 years with thousands of parents, grandparents, teachers and teens concerning the struggles and challenges of raising our children.

For more information:

Mary Dalton, MA

www.FullCircleLeadership.org

boo_dalton@yahoo.com

(206) 323-5107

** Check out this 60 second video on Dalton’s book & please share this link with friends and family: It’s Not in the Genes

Free Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations (Beacon Hill, Seattle)

Parenting Classes and Family Demonstrations

Who: Parents and Educators
What: Parenting Class for All

Where:
Beacon Hill International Elementary School
2025 14th Ave South
Seattle WA

Time: 6:30 – 8:00PM

Upcoming 2019-20 School Year Classes:

Sept 16 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 1
Sept 30 : Understanding Children’s Mistaken Goals – 2

Oct 7 : The Power of Encouragement
Oct 21 : The Family Meeting

Nov 4 : Building Self-Discipline : Homework & School
Nov 18 : Actions, Not Words! Getting out of Nagging, Power Struggles & Conflict

Dec 2 : Take Time for Training
Dec 16 : Building on the Positive/Eliminating Criticism

Jan 6 : How to Induce Respect the Rights of Others
Jan 27 : Moving Beyond Punishment & Reward

Feb 3 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully
Feb 24 : Building on the Positive & Eliminating Criticism

March 2 : Bullying, Sibling fighting & Whining
March 16 : Sharing Responsibility: Chores

April 6 : The Fallacy of Reward & Punishment
April 20 : How to use Natural & Logical Consequences

May 4 : Routines: The Morning Rush & Bedtime
May 18 : Avoid Giving Undue Attention

June 1 : How to Manage Screen Time & Technology Peacefully

Cost: Donation-based
Child Care: Provided and Free
Snacks: Provided and Free
Description: Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children.  

Description:      

Come learn with other parents to find common-sense solutions to everyday problems in raising our children:

·         The morning rush

·         Nagging

·         Chores

·         Sibling fighting

·         Bullying

·         Homework

·         Bedtime

·         Whining

·         Eating

·         School issues

“I am an older parent and a veteran elementary teacher. I thought I knew how to parent well…I don’t. Dalton’s parenting classes are helping me break old habits so that I can stop undermining my son by micromanaging him, and instead, raise a compassionate, responsible and independent man who will help shape a better society.”     

 – Marjorie Lamarre, John Muir Elementary Teacher & Parent

About Mary Dalton:

Mary holds a BA in Education and Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois, an MA in Counseling and Psychology from Vermont College and a Certificate in Child Development from the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago. She has taught thousands of parents and educators. She taught at DePaul University and Columbia University in Chicago, and Western Washington University. She is the author of It’s Not in the Genes, the mother of six and grandmother of 13, one of whom attends Beacon Hill International Elementary School. Mary is an activist, lecturer and educator who has worked for over 40 years with thousands of parents, grandparents, teachers and teens concerning the struggles and challenges of raising our children.

For more information:

Mary Dalton, MA

www.FullCircleLeadership.org

boo_dalton@yahoo.com

(206) 323-5107

** Check out this 60 second video on Dalton’s book & please share this link with friends and family: It’s Not in the Genes

Circle of Parents support group (Auburn)

PACE – Parent and Children Support Group and Parenting Class

Parent Trust Invites You to Join Our Circle

First United Methodist Church, 100 N St. SE Auburn 98002
Thursdays 6pm – 7:30pm – Weekly
Free Parenting Support
A safe, caring and confidential place to talk with other parents about a wide range of parenting topics, covering all aspects of family life. Our all-ages children’s group meets at the same time so that you can focus, knowing your kids are safe and having fun.
Our parent group and child group facilitators are trained and experienced.
Everyone is welcome: parents, grandparents, foster parents, step-parents, all caregivers.
Light Snacks Provided.
Registration is Required – Call Parent Trust at 1 800 932 4673, then press 2 to speak with a parenting coach or call 206.233.0156 ext. 252, No cost, fulfills court ordered parenting class requirements.

Beth joined the group because she felt alone as a single Mom. She has a toddler and a five-year old.  “It makes such a difference to have a place to talk to people. I know now I am not the only one who struggles.”

Parenting support is vital for all families. If you live in South King County, our weekly Auburn Circle of Parents group may be exactly what you are looking for.

The group is free – as is the supervised children’s group that operates at the same time.  That too makes a huge difference. “If I had to pay for childcare to attend,” says Beth, “I couldn’t go.”

Group is a safe, caring and confidential place to talk with other parents about all aspects of family life. Beth has made connections and friends there that have changed her life – and the lives of her children.  “It’s made a big difference. I feel like we have an extended family now,” she says.

Everyone is welcome: parents, grandparents, foster parents, step-parents, all caregivers.  It’s a place to listen, and to be heard. You can find more information about our Circle of Parents Groups on our website: https://www.parenttrust.org/about/programs/circle-of-parents/

  • Call our Family Help Line to register for group. 1 800 932 4673, then press 2 to speak with a parenting coach or call 206.233.0156 ext. 252

The Family Help Line
Parent Trust for Washington Children’s state-wide family support and resource line for families and those who support families. 
Live Coaches Monday through Friday 9 am – 5 pm (800) 932-4673
24/7 recorded information and resource line (800) 932-4673
familyhelpline@parenttrust.org to submit requests to a parent coach
www.parenttrust.org to use the online resource, classes, and programs database with 1,000s of up-to-date listings throughout the state of Washington

Positive Discipline 正向教養 (Bellevue)(in Mandarin Chinese)

**Update as of mid March:  This Positive Discipline Course in Mandarin-Chinese has been postponed toward later of this FALL semester, estimated after late September, 2020, despite Tzu-Chi Academy Seattle School teaches “Traditional Mandarin-Chinese” and most Tzu-Chi student families are from Taiwan (versus to the “Simplified Chinese” what is been used solely in China,  ), and the fact that none of the signed-up participants are from Wuhan, China.  Please contact us if you or your client is interested in participating this workshop in this Spring quarter.**  

**3/15/2020 特別通知:  配合杜絕本地疫情擴大風險(目前感染擴散主要集中於高齡高危族群, 諸如安養中心等場所) 之防疫考量,  本協會與慈濟中文學校決定將本次正向教養課程順延至預計今年秋季開學的下一個學年度, 敬請見諒, 共體時艱.

**1/31/2020 特別通知:  雖然慈濟中文學校是一所教授繁體中文的學校, 跟中國境內使用、教授之簡體中文多有差異, 且前來學習繁體中文的學生家長們也沒有從中國武漢移民到本地的; 配合時情與學生家長的意願, 以減少焦慮與恐慌, 本次中文正向教養課程延期到三月底以後開課.  如有相關報名問題, 請與我們聯絡, 聯絡方式如下段所示.**


 

Sponsored by Puget Sound Adlerian Society through private funding, this is a 6-week, 14-hour, Adlerian-based experiential course for parents who hope to create more cooperative, healthful, and joyful relationships with children.  Teachers, grandparents, caregivers, counselors, and others who live or work with children also find this course immensely helpful.

This course is co-sponsored by Tzu-Chi Academy Seattle, and is most helpful for people who live or work with children aged 2-12, and/or teens.

Course Duration: 2/8/2020 through 3/21/2020 (skip 2/22 for winter break)

Class dates: 2/8, 2/15, 2/29, 3/7, 3/14, and 3/21.

Many people report that Adlerian parenting courses, with their focus on mutual respect, are helpful for workplace, marital, and other relationships as well.

Participants are encouraged to read at least one of the Positive Discipline related books by Dr. Jane Nelsen and/or others prior to attending this experiential course series. More info can be found at https://www.positivediscipline.org/articles.

This FREE course currently has 6 spots remaining as of 3/6/2020.  Participants will need to pay $20 as the administration fee directly to the Tzu-Chi Academy Seattle.  If you are interested in attending this Positive Discipline in Mandarin Chinese course, please email PSAS at: psasadler@gmail.com, or call 206-527-2566 (Jessica Hsieh.)

 


 

這是由普吉灣阿德勒心理協會經由私人機構贊助的免費6週(總共14個小時)體驗式正向教養育兒課程, 此次課程與西雅圖慈濟人文學校一起合辦, 慈濟將酌收每人20元的註冊費用.  為了維護校園學生安全, 校外人士出入校園得配戴名牌, 並因此將核對上課學員之駕照或身分證件, 敬請見諒.

目前僅剩6位名額可供校外人士免費上課.  本次課程為難得有趣的互動體驗課程, 參加前請至少閱讀過一本與正向教養相關的書籍或是文章.  台灣衛福部使用正向教養概念製作了0-6歲嬰幼兒的中文教養手冊 https://dep.mohw.gov.tw/DOMHAOH/cp-3560-37594-107.html, 可供您課前參讀.  如欲參加此次的中文正向教養課程, 請以電郵或電洽普吉灣阿德勒心理協會的謝小姐:  psasadler@gmail.com, or 206-527-2566.

Circle of Parents support group (Auburn)

PACE – Parent and Children Support Group and Parenting Class

Parent Trust Invites You to Join Our Circle

First United Methodist Church, 100 N St. SE Auburn 98002
Thursdays 6pm – 7:30pm – Weekly
Free Parenting Support
A safe, caring and confidential place to talk with other parents about a wide range of parenting topics, covering all aspects of family life. Our all-ages children’s group meets at the same time so that you can focus, knowing your kids are safe and having fun.
Our parent group and child group facilitators are trained and experienced.
Everyone is welcome: parents, grandparents, foster parents, step-parents, all caregivers.
Light Snacks Provided.
Registration is Required – Call Parent Trust at 1 800 932 4673, then press 2 to speak with a parenting coach or call 206.233.0156 ext. 252, No cost, fulfills court ordered parenting class requirements.

Beth joined the group because she felt alone as a single Mom. She has a toddler and a five-year old.  “It makes such a difference to have a place to talk to people. I know now I am not the only one who struggles.”

Parenting support is vital for all families. If you live in South King County, our weekly Auburn Circle of Parents group may be exactly what you are looking for.

The group is free – as is the supervised children’s group that operates at the same time.  That too makes a huge difference. “If I had to pay for childcare to attend,” says Beth, “I couldn’t go.”

Group is a safe, caring and confidential place to talk with other parents about all aspects of family life. Beth has made connections and friends there that have changed her life – and the lives of her children.  “It’s made a big difference. I feel like we have an extended family now,” she says.

Everyone is welcome: parents, grandparents, foster parents, step-parents, all caregivers.  It’s a place to listen, and to be heard. You can find more information about our Circle of Parents Groups on our website: https://www.parenttrust.org/about/programs/circle-of-parents/

  • Call our Family Help Line to register for group. 1 800 932 4673, then press 2 to speak with a parenting coach or call 206.233.0156 ext. 252

The Family Help Line
Parent Trust for Washington Children’s state-wide family support and resource line for families and those who support families. 
Live Coaches Monday through Friday 9 am – 5 pm (800) 932-4673
24/7 recorded information and resource line (800) 932-4673
familyhelpline@parenttrust.org to submit requests to a parent coach
www.parenttrust.org to use the online resource, classes, and programs database with 1,000s of up-to-date listings throughout the state of Washington

6-week Parenting with Positive Discipline (English, Spanish) (North Seattle)

Parenting with Positive Discipline (in English, and in Spanish)

**Updates as of 2/7/2020:  the Spanish class is currently on going (2/5 through 3/18;) however, the English class has been postponed into this early April, at the same location. Please contact the facilitator Ximena (contact info as below) to sign up.**

A free parenting series for parents wanting more cooperative, respectful, and warm relationships with their children.

Hosted and sponsored by Puget Sound Adlerian Society (PSAS) available through grant funding, this free 6-week Parenting with Positive Discipline series provides parents with tools and skills to strike an important balance between being kind and firm in a fun, relaxing and supportive atmosphere.

 

6-week course series:

From February 5 through March 18, 2020 (skip Feb 19);  

6 Wednesday evenings from 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm.

Dates:  2/5, 2/12, 2/26, 3/4, 3/11, and 3/18, 2020.

Location:  Sacajawea Elementary School, Seattle. ( 9501 20th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115 )

Positive Discipline techniques are respectful and non-punitive and are based on both common sense and research. They help parents strike an important balance between being kind and firm.

Join us in an experiential, fun parenting course series, where parents build community and participate in activities designed to deepen an understanding of their children, and bring more peace and joy into the home.

Registration is required for this free English and Spanish Positive Discipline course is currently open!  With enough sign-up participants, both English and Spanish class can be held in this time.  Please contact Ximena Grollmus at ximeseattle@gmail.com, or register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdDU8g5iSpIjBtI9mVECrEOS6i4LU7W2TJA3oH_RASI7o6TrA/viewform.