122 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: March 20-25, 2018 - TheStranger.com
Mar 11, 2019
Venice is Sinking via Facebook Our arts critics have already recommended 65 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 40 best music shows, but there are still hundreds more events happening. To prevent some of the quirkier and more extraordinary ones from slipping through the cracks, we've compiled them here—from a '90s TV happy hour to Live Nerd Dancers, and from the Victorian Heritage Festival in Port Townsend to the yoga- and arts-focused SAMSARAFEST in Enumclaw. For even more options this week, check out our complete Things To Do calendar. Stay in the know! Get all this and more on the free Stranger Things To Do mobile app (available for iOS and Android), or delivered to your inbox. Jump to: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday TUESDAY COMEDY1. An Evening with Kevin SmithEnjoy an evening of slacker entertainment from Kevin Smith, director of Clerks I and II, Dogma, and other movies for stoned people. FOOD & DRINK2. Ivar's 113th Birthday & Photo ContestOn this day, come into any Ivar’s Seafood Bar, Ivar’s Acres of Clams, Ivar’s Salmon House or Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing to wish the legendary local chain's "iconic flounder" Ivar Haglund a happy 113th birthday by saying "Happy birthday, Ivar!" and receive a second entree for $1.13. 3. PDX Dinner with Breakside BreweryTake a tour of the food truck scene of Portlandia minus the trek with this beer dinner created by Brave Horse Tavern's Chef Bradley Layfield to complement the eclectic beers of Portland's Breakside Brewery, featuring delightfully weird pairings like spiral fried pickles with pimento cheese ranch, bulgogi tacos with collard green kimchi, and fermented butternut tartine wit...
Faculty & Staff - Edinboro University
Mar 11, 2019
Mandy Fauble is a licensed clinical social worker and Edinboro University alum, receiving her master's degree in Social Work in 2002. She earned her Ph.D. at Case Western Reserve University in 2009. Dr. Fauble has been a full-time social worker since 2002, and she specializes in intervention with serious mental illness, trauma, intergenerational impacts of child sexual abuse, suicide prevention, and crisis intervention. She has been a therapist, supervisor, program director, and currently oversees several clinical programs as an agency administrator. Developing and implementing innovative behavioral health programs is her passion.Dr. Fauble has been an adjunct professor at Mercyhurst University since 2005 and at Edinboro University since 2012. At Edinboro, she works with graduate social work students in the seated classroom and online. Her teaching philosophy emphasizes foundations of interpersonal skills, knowledge and values required to successfully practice professional social work. She is certified in online teaching and utilizes the online platform technology to create an interactive and academically robust environment.Suicide Prevention is an important issue for Dr. Fauble. She serves on the Erie County Suicide Prevention Task Force and is a certified instructor of both Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training and Question, Persuade, Refer. Dr. Fauble serves on the Erie County Criminal Justice Coalition and is a board member on the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Professional Counselors.At home, Dr. Fauble enjoys reading, music, cooking, and spending time with her family, including her husband, three children and her dog.