Tuesday, October 18, 2022
We at the Unity Museum have become known as “The Best Little Secret on The Ave”. The time has come to bring this little “Hidden Treasure” out into the public eye. We would love to invite the various newspapers, TV stations or Social Media contacts to call us, check us out or take a virtual tour while you interview us. www.unitymuseum.org 206-390-9982 We have ongoing exhibits depicting a variety of social issues such as race, gender, climate, just to mention a few. You can browse around our website and take a brief virtual tour too. We have ongoing speaker programs and are part of the University of WA Internship program. We offer a welcome lounge, a TV lounge, a mediation room, a small dining area, a library and of course our Museum exhibits. Feel free to check us out now from wherever you are!
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
On October 9, Paul Hanley visited from Molokai to talk about Sir Dr. Richard St. Barbe Baker. His presentation was a small part of the research performed, as part of his book about this extraordinary man. He traveled the earth educating on planting trees, in times and places that conservation work was unheard of. His work started in Africa's deserts surveying 35,000 miles in two years, creating the first RV from ship parts and a truck, riding horseback across Mongolia and Britain, visiting Seattle on multiple occasions, and while he retired in Saskatoon, his work did not end until the last day of his life, when a storm broke and he was wheelchaired to a tree planting ceremony, and everyone held hands in a circle around it. The forward to Paul Hanley's book is by no less than Jane Goodall and King Charles III, and our Unity Museum enjoyed his visit and inspirational talk. For full video click Read more
Monday, September 19, 2022
You are cordially invited to a free presentation Sunday, October 9th, twelve to two at The Unity Museum with author Paul Hanley. The life of The First Global Conservationist .. Dr. Richard St. Barb Baker OBE, Hon. LL.D. F.I.A.L., For.Dip.Cantab., ACF a presentation on the life of the original "Man of Trees" by author Paul Hanley, forword by King Charles III and Jane Goodall. Free Parking on "The Ave" or at the UW Bookstore Parking lot. Also the LightRail University District Station stops right behind us. We hope to see you for a historic presentation which will be followed by a light lunch
A Hidden Gem in the U District
A block from the U District light rail station, you will discover a world of history and ideas (and refreshments!)
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Admission to the museum is always free, Open 11 am to 2:30 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
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