Seattle, Washington
New Freeway Hall
5018 Rainier Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98118
Tel: 206-722-6057
Email: RWseattle@mindspring.com
Facebook: Radical Women Seattle





Order by December 1st!
Fabulous Feminist Holiday Bake Sale


Radical Women’s gastronomic delights are back by popular demand! Let us do the cooking so you can delight coworkers, family and friends while helping the fight for women’s rights and social justice. Scroll down to place your order for scrumptious homemade cookies or delectable roast nuts.

We’d love to have your help! It’s loads of fun and all skill levels are welcome. Join the baking team by emailing RWseattle@mindspring.com or calling 206-722-6057. Bakers will work together on evenings and weekends at New Freeway Hall during the first weeks of December. Arrangements can also be made for weekday shifts.

Download an order form here.

Or order online:

HOMEMADE COOKIES – 1/2 DOZ. FOR $7.50
Almond Roca-style Bars
Coconut Macaroons
Coconut Macaroons, dipped in Chocolate
Ginger Snaps

BAKER’S DOZEN – 13 FOR $15
4 roca, macaroons & ginger snaps, plus a special treat!

SAVORY ROAST HERBED NUTS $8.50
Two cups of tasty assorted nuts, sugar-free and vegan

ADD A DONATION TO RADICAL WOMEN!

Pick up your treats at the Bake Sale Open House:
New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle,
Saturday, Dec. 14, 10am-5pm
Sunday, Dec. 15 from noon-4pm
(Contact Radical Women at RWSeattle@mindspring.com to request other pickup arrangements)


Thursday, Dec. 5, 7:00pm

Author event
Helen Collier
reads from her new book The Unexpected




This compelling novel centers on the life and strength of a female slave named May Bee in 1842 and the bond she forms with a white college student named Dawn from 2016. Meow, a Southern Louisiana catfish, rises as a superstar from the depth of rivers to reveal explosive secrets that force Dawn to reexamine her biases and face the brutal truths of slavery in the United States. Despite their strange circumstances, the women develop a friendship that forever changes their lives and brings hope to both life past and present.

Ms. Collier’s writing jolts the minds of readers and invites them to see the power of female friendship between Black and white women that transcends time. Open discussion following the reading. Everyone welcome!

To buy an advance copy of the book, stop by New Freeway Hall.

Winter dinner, with vegan option, served at 6:30pm for $8.50 donation.

New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle
On the #7 busline. Six blocks from the Columbia City light rail station.

For info or to arrange childcare: 206-722-6057 • RWSeattle@mindspring.com • www.RadicalWomen.org Facebook.com/rwseattle