A day with our University Prep Academy students

imageIt was a sunny day in Bellevuue as 3 buses arrived one by one at the Eastside. Baha’Center for their annual field trip to learn about the various Faiths and Religions. Our WA. Bahai History Museum arranged for several speakers and workshops. Some of our Youth from Kent and Federal Way were amazing as they guided the many visitors. 128 students came and toured our booth, the Center and workshops. Dr. Roy Steiner, our member of our Board of Directors, gave a class on a Global Sustainability and the genetics of “Human Oneness”. Several other classes we shared by several representatives from the Christian, Muslim and Theist community.

Several activities are all about making new friendships

imageimagesrc=”http://bahaihistorymuseum-wa.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/image6-300×225.jpg” alt=”image” width=”300″ height=”225″ class=”alignright size-medium wp-image-3048″ />It has been a long week and we are trying to catch our breath. We had many visitors from all across the country. Our Native American friends are practicing at our Museum in preparation for their performance at the new Longhouse on the UW Campus.
A number of Youth visited us and had an adventure hunt and lunch. Our Lounge now has launched in a more formal manner presentations along with interactive conversations every Saturday Night. Many of our students are writing their final papers due in a few days. We will miss them and their cheerful visits, questions and great conversations.

An evening of discussion on Race and Society

imageWe are excited to share that our Museum Lounge was filled to overflow. The Coalition for Racial Healing had a talk and workshop on the topic of Race and Society around us. Our speaker was Vice Principal Beverly Moore from Everett. The evening was most inspirational as we divided into small groups for discussions. We counted almost 40 in our Lounge. Come and join us next month!