We’ll watch “3 Feet Under,” an hour long documentary that explores how the geoduck has inspired a quirky yet devoted following in the Pacific Northwest. The star of the film is our very own Jack Bookey, a long-time Seattleite and member of the Endless Opportunities Steering Committee. He will guide us through the many layers of geoduck subculture — college mascots, songs, culinary delicacies, strict regulation and the notorious Clamscam trials.
This Endless Opportunities event is part of a community-wide program for adults 60+. It is co-sponsored by Jewish Family Service, Congregation Beth Shalom, Temple De Hirsch Sinai and Temple B’nai Torah.
Thursday, June 22
10:30 a.m. – noon
Temple De Hirsch Sinai
3850 156th Avenue SE, Bellevue
RSVP to Rabbi Kate Speizer or call (206) 693-3046 for more information.