20160209_145532From Antoinette,

Kaixo all,

Many thanks to all those who came out to our Basque soiree auction earlier this month, to the businesses who supported this worthy cause and to the auction committee:  Janice Parrot, Chayla Wilson and Tristan Heart-Meyers.  These amazing women met consistently since the fall to provide a wonderful evening.  Their creative minds, tenacity and experience shined.
Special thanks (or mil esker as we say in the Basque language) to Jean Flesher and his wife, Monique. Both came all the way from Salt Lake Utah to help cook, clean, run errands, dance and play music. Jean Escoz, Mary Jordan and Debbie Stupfel stepped up to help with serving and all the clean up afterwards.  We very much appreciate their hard work and time.
Check out our websites and Facebooks pages for pictures. Feel free to add more or send them to me.
Thursday, our little ones will go to the Seattle Bouldering Project to rock climb ( This outing is in lieu of our originally scheduled Where The Wild Things Are performance which unfortunately inthe end SCT was not able to accommodate us. Attached is a picture of this incredible place.
This field trip compliments our All Things Wild, Basque and with Love themes for February’s curriculum.  We do not need chaperones, but let me know if you want to join us.  We will take the #8 bus and transfer at the Mt. Baker transfer center to the #7.  Seattle Bouldering is located off of Rainier Ave. near Dearborn.  Cost is $15 per child which will be Vanco’ed this coming week.
We will leave by 9am and ask that each child have a sack lunch & snack.  We will be back for regular morning 12:30pm pick up. Attached is the liablity/permission form that needs to be filled out and given to the teacher before Thursday for all who are going.  If your child does not typically attend Thursday, but you want him/her to go, please let me know so we can make arrangements.

Antoinette Sabarots
Directrice Les Enfants de Seattle
et Los Ninos de Seattle
Editor’s Note: The Spring Street Center was a donated venue, made possible through the generosity of Paul and Meredith Nelson.