Ignite Seattle enlightens us, and they make it quick!
The idea of hanging out with a fun, slightly buzzed, nerdy crowd in a packed Town Hall Seattle used to sound SO GOOD. Ugh. It was fun. We all hope it will be again.
Every time we present an Ignite Seattle event we talk about what a treasure it is. This time that sentiment seems especially true. Ignite connects our community in the best way. We hear and celebrate each other’s stories. We relate to each other and find ways to make a difference.
At this sold out Ignite Seattle 41, we hear stories about bicycles and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment; why you might want a goat as a pet; the time Willie Weir lived in a billboard; one family’s experience of worldschooling, and much more.
- The Wheel Deal with Suffrage, Haley Shapley
- Co-Living the Dream, Syd Fredrickson, M.Ed.
- The Struggle As An Emotional Man (And Asian American), Victor Ung
- Horny and Hooved Fur Babies: Why Goats Are the New Dogs, Susan Fergason
- Shirro’s Plate – Eating Fresh, Mercy Kariuki-McGee
- How My Life Changed Over the Skies of South Korea, Craig Plain
- Lessons From a Billboard, Willie Weir
- Nobody Cares About Drowning Polar Bears, Nicole DeNamur
- Worldschooling: Bringing It Home, Alex Alviar
- 22q11 Deletion Syndrome: The Most Common Birth Defect You’ve Never Heard Of, Ramon Arjona
- The Day My Heart Stopped 14 Times, Jana Morrelli
- The Most Glad You’ll Be All March, Gavin Verhey
Ignite Seattle 41 took place on February 27 at Town Hall Seattle. Sumit Basu served as guest MC. KUOW’s Sonya Harris provided our recording.
The next Ignite event has been postponed until October.