Join us for a night of great company, music, beer & wine, appetizers, and a silent auction, as we explore the world-changing potential of microfinance. Seattle’s award-winning Serafina will provide appetizers and Batholomew Komoah will entertain with traditional Ghanaian music. We are also honored to have Aze Malawo speak from her experience in policy work and years at the African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest.
Continuing the City of Issaquah’s series of free movie nights on sustainability, the documentary “King Corn” will be shown July 22.
The event aims to educate the community about our nation’s food system and the production of corn in the United States. Almost everything Americans eat contains corn, as high fructose corn syrup, corn-fed meat and corn-based processed foods are the staples of the modern diet.
King County Library Administrative Services Building