September 2019 Special Event Descriptions

Dungeons & Dragons Character Creator Workshop! Join Lambert House and Wizards of the Coast for our first game night on Friday, September 6th from 4:30-6pm. The focus will be on learning how to play, and creating your D&D character! In preparation for our first full Wizards Game Night with Dungeons & Dragons, and Magic: The Gathering on Friday, September 20th!

Lambert House Outdoor Rec is a Tolmie Peak Lookout hike on Saturday, September 14th. Arrive at Lambert House by 9am, & we’ll return by 7pm. This hiking trip is a beautiful, moderate, 7.5 mile (round trip) trail that features alpine lakes & subalpine meadows, a fire tower lookout with great views of the surrounding peaks & a commanding view of Mount Rainer. Bring sturdy shoes, a daypack, 1 qt. water, a hearty lunch, warm jacket, warm hat, gloves, & snack food. See or phone the front desk for details (206-322-2515 ext *819, from 4:00 – 9:30 pm M-F). Liability release form is required.

Help Plan our Next Youth Event by joining our event committee for Halloween! Meetings will be Tuesdays from 7:30-9pm in the CyberCenter at Lambert House. For more information email

Wizards Game Night – Friday, September 20th, 4:30-7:30pm. Join Lambert House and Wizards of the Coast for our first quarterly game night playing Dungeons & Dragons, and Magic: The Gathering.  

Art Group meets at a new time: Every Wednesday, now at 7-8:30pm. Express yourself and learn new techniques with guidance from a professional artist and art teacher. We also have a schedule of activities for Art Group in September, including a special field trip!

  • September 4th / 7:00-8:30 / Shayla

    • Transfer Self-Portraits, Part 1

  • September 11th / 7:00-8:30 / Liam

    • Transfer Self-Portraits, Part 2

  • September 18th / 7:00-8:30 / Shayla

    • Grid Self-Portraits, Part 1

  • September 19th / 4:00 - 9:00 / Shayla and Liam

    • Seattle Art Museum Field Trip

  • September 25th / 7:00 - 8:30 / Liam

    • Grid Self-Portraits, Part 2

New Group Name: After several months of discussion by youth in the group, No Man’s Land has been renamed to Ultra Violet! Still a group for women and women-aligned youth to talk and find support. Violets were a code between lesbian and bisexual women inspired by Sappho’s poems in which her lover wore garlands or a crown of violets, and the new name is inspired by that history.

Summer Break Our drop-in center will be closed Saturday, August 17th through Monday, September 2nd for summer break and Labor Day. Our King County groups will still be meeting on their usual schedule during this break.

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