Sun’s Out Fun’s Out! Tangletown Block Party July 1
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
11M ago
Looking to kick off summer with some free local music? This Saturday, July 1, head to 2326 N. 56th Street between 1st Ave. N and Kensington Pl. from 4:00 -8:00 p.m. for a BYOB block party open to all ages. Four homegrown bands will bring the tunes, and you are welcome to bring your own ..read more
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Love Layers’ Sandwiches? Coming to Green Lake this Summer
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
One of the most awaited restaurant openings this year is happening at 7900 E Green Lake Drive N. Cult favorite sandwich truck Layers started construction on its first brick-and-mortar home in May, planning a Wes Anderson-summer camp vibe“, owners told WhatnowSeattle.com. Co-owners and spouses Avery and Ashley Harding, a chef and former food photographer respectively ..read more
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Support Hmong Flower Farmers in Tangletown on Fridays
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
If you need some spring color, a pop-up flower stall has returned just outside Mighty-O Donuts on N. 55th Street at the corner of Keystone Pl. Lia’s Garden of Snohomish is offering daffodils and mixed bouquets on Fridays. They plan to be there through spring they say, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Lia’s is part of ..read more
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This Spring Sale has Everything Your Garden Needs
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
This Tangletown community garden will get your garden ready for spring at this year’s spring sale – find everything from vegetable and plant starts – including native plants – free seeds, and – wait for it – fairy furniture! Freeway Estates Community Orchard (FECO, freewayestates.org) is on the West side of I-5, nestled under it ..read more
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How You Can Foster a Baby Forest
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
Seattleites can help restore forests and salmon habitat by fostering a mini-forest with Grow it Forward, based in Greenwood. Jim Wright, a former environmental engineer and biologist, started Grow It Forward in 2020, funding the supplies and plants himself – with 23 volunteer home gardeners around Seattle – each growing a mini-forest of 100 saplings ..read more
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Winter Magic Returns at the Pathway of Lights
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
A winter tradition for over 40 years, the Green Lake Pathway of Lights returns December 10, 2022, from 4:30-7:30 – transforming the lake path into a candelit wonderland. Falling on the second Saturday in December, Pathway of Lights illuminates Seattle’s darkest month with a night of good cheer. Stroll the inner pathway lit with thousands ..read more
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Bikers: Try the new Outer Loop at Green Lake Friday
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
The new Outer Loop path enabling bikes, scooters, and rollerblades to circumnavigate Green Lake debuts Friday morning, Nov. 4th. Sections along Aurora Ave. N and Winona Ave. were the final pieces connecting a full loop of the lake. The goal of the project was to increase transportation options for folks on wheels or on foot ..read more
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Send off Summer with Flare – the Luminata is Back!
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
On September 24, Green Lake will again become a fantasy landscape alight with hundreds of lanterns to celebrate the autumnal equinox, the tipping point between summer and fall, light and dark. On the autumnal equinox, the Sun is directly above the equator, and day and night are the same lengths. It is traditionally a time ..read more
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Green Lake Gets a New Boathouse
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
This month, construction begins on a larger, updated Boathouse (also known as the Small Craft Center) at 5900 West Green Lake Way N, 98103 for Green Lake. The 10,800 square-foot building will be fully accessible, preparing to launch Seattle’s first public adaptive rowing program and expansion of a paracanoing program. The design increases and maximizes ..read more
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Bluegrass Serenades at Green Lake
Seattle Greenlaker
by Erica Browne Grivas
1y ago
Looking for a bluegrass soundtrack to your summer evening stroll? On balmy Thursday nights from about 7:00-9:00 p.m. -ish, you can typically find The Shed Boys, a five-person acoustic group featuring bass, fiddle, guitar, mandolin – and of course, harmonica. They specialize in “cranking out high energy, toe tapping fun.” Follow the sweet sound until ..read more
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