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Upcoming Events

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Build and Learn Workshops | Leads
Weekly on Saturdays 3-6 at Filipino Community Center in Seattle

Needs volunteer Lead
We have a lead, we are go
Needs volunteer Lead

Administrative Monthly Meetups
2nd Monday of each month 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM. at Third Place Commons in Lake Forest Park
Quarterly Board meetings replace these

Classes

  • there may be some classes scheduled.

Past Events

Community Links

Festivals http://seagl.org | http://linuxfestnorthwest.org
External Event Listings http://seafoss.org/calendar | http://meetup.com

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2014-09-27

Some people showed up and event 2014-09-27 FCS Workshop Occurred.

2014-09-26

Saturday Workshop Session Sept 27th likely to be CANCELLED!

2014-09-21

We are in the process of obtaining full 501(c)3 status.
We are seeking grants. Contact Tom Heuser for specifics.

June 12, 2014

Major wiki cleanup. There are no more uncategorized pages as of today, except for the Main Page, which is in a class by itself.

April 2014

Welcome new board members: Chris Crihfield, Tim Leavitt, Dan Ryan, and Ann Summy
Congratulations to Andrew Kane who now holds the newly designated title of Technical infrastructure manager.

What We Do

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  • We are modeled after the original non-profit Free Geek of Portland, Oregon.
  • Our focus is free and open source software advocacy, technology education, and sustainable computing.
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