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ObamaSalons: Leaving Iraq, Moving Forward (Community Service)

Please join us for Leaving Iraq, Moving Forward, the second installment of ObamaSalons. Joshua Farris and Justin Ledgerwood will shed light on Barack Obama’s position on the Iraq war by sharing their own perspectives as a U.S. Army veterans who served in Iraq. The panel discussion will be moderated by Nick Sesnak.

ObamaSalons are a series of moderated discussions intended to highlight Senator Obama's policy positions on such important issues as the Constitution, foreign policy and the environment. Sponsored by the grassroots organization 43rd Legislative District for Obama, these monthly salon-style events will feature local community members with a unique view into some of the Senator's policy positions. The moderated discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A. Located at Capitol Hill's Richard Hugo House, ObamaSalons take place on the third Tuesday of each month through October. Drinks and light snacks will be available for sale by way of Hugo House.

This event is free and open to the public, but because space is limited, please RSVP below. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 7 p.m.

For questions regarding this event, please contact the 43 for Obama grassroots leadership team and Nick Sesnak, ObamaSalons director, at 43forObama@gmail.com.

Host: Jennifer Hauseman
Richard Hugo House (Community Center) (Seattle, WA)
1634 11th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
Directions: Directions from I-5 Northbound: Take the Olive Way exit and turn right onto Olive Way. Go straight for a number of blocks. Olive Way will become East John Street and you'll cross Broadway. Turn right onto 11th Avenue. Go straight for approximately four blocks. Richard Hugo House is a gray Victorian House on the corner of 11th Avenue and Olive Street.

Directions from I-5 Southbound Take the Stewart Street / Denny exit. Take a left on Denny. You'll cross over the freeway as you go up the hill. Get in the right lane and continue straight until you come to 11th Ave. Take a right onto 11th. Go straight for approximately four blocks. Richard Hugo House is a gray Victorian House on the corner of 11th Ave and Olive Street.

Bus Routes: #10, #7, #9, and #43 all serve the area near the Hugo House.

Parking: After 6:30 p.m. Monday–Sunday, Hugo House has 22 parking spots available for Hugo House patrons, including one ADA approved accessible space.

Other Signups

34 people have signed up to attend this event
The capacity limit is 110 attendees.