The Latest

A window into the daily goings-on at 826 Seattle, The Latest collects highlights from our programs, news about upcoming events and partnerships, creative miscellany, and Teri’s Updates.

Teri’s Update—April 2014 Teri’s Update—April 2014

Teri’s Update—April 2014

by Leslie / Apr 16, 2014

Dear 826 Seattle Pals, We are big fans of hands-on learning so, a few weeks ago, when second grader Nebeyat had a report due on rabbits, we asked a guest "speaker" Carrot the Bunny, to come visit.//more

Our technology boost from The City of Seattle

by Leslie / Apr 10, 2014

The City of Seattle generously funded the purchase of nine new computers, an iPad, and a wireless microphone for our programs.//more

826 Seattle Presents Dave Eggers and Maria Semple

by Leslie / Apr 10, 2014

We invite you to enjoy Dave Eggers and Maria Semple in conversation at Town Hall on Wednesday, April 23rd.//more

Letters from Mr. Geoduck Letters from Mr. Geoduck

Letters from Mr. Geoduck

by Rebecca / Apr 9, 2014

When the mood strikes him, Mr. Geoduck occasionally responds to fan mail. The brave Addyson B. recently wrote in with some questions for our terrifying publisher.//more

No Tutoring the Week of April 14th

by Leslie / Apr 3, 2014

Following Seattle Public Schools' Mid-Winter Break, our 1st-8th Grade Tutoring and High School Tutoring programs are closed February 17th through February 20th. Our regular tutoring scheudle resumes Monday, Feburary 24th.//more

Letters from Mr. Geoduck Letters from Mr. Geoduck

Letters from Mr. Geoduck

by lyndsay / Feb 21, 2014

Mr. Geoduck, of the infamous Mr. Geoduck Publishing Co, has responded to more fan mail from tiny humans. //more

Follow 826 Seattle at AWP!

by lyndsay / Feb 21, 2014

The Association of Writers and Writing Programs yearly conference will be held in Seattle this year from February 26 thru March 1. We are involved in several events at AWP and would love for you to join us for as many as possible.//more

Join Us March 15 for the Dwarf Planet Pride Parade

by lyndsay / Feb 12, 2014

For the past eight years, we've protested Pluto's demotion from "planet" to "dwarf planet." Despite our rallying cries, the IAU (International Astronomical Union) has remained staunchly unmoved. //more