Here’s Cashew at his local Seattle Night Out potluck earlier this month. Poor Cashew had a sore paw. Check out the blue booty made from a rubber glove!
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Arts North consists of a core group of 5 artist studios located in North Seattle. It is planning now for an open studio tour September 12 & 13, 2015. Boundaries are 145th to the north, Lake Washington to the east, NE 95th St to the south & Aurora Ave to the west. It is looking for additional working artist studios within these boundaries to participate in the tour.
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This pool isn’t quite in the neighborhood but it’s very close. It sounds like a really fun event that people (and their dogs) might enjoy, especially given some of the recent heat. If anybody goes you should comment to let us know how it went or maybe even get some pictures. I don’t have a dog myself anymore or I would be there.
Sunday, Aug. 17, is truly a dog day of summer! Seattle Parks and Recreation invites pups to paddle in the Helene Madison Pool (13401 Meridian Ave. N) from 1-3 p.m.
This swim is made possible by the pool closure for preventive maintenance from Aug.17 – Sept. 1.
Seattle Parks worked with Public Health – Seattle & King County to clear the way for this fun event for Spot and Scruffy. Public Health- Seattle & King County has approved the following guidelines:
- The cost is $15 per dog; humans get in free.
- Humans are not allowed in the pool with the dogs.
- A lifeguard will be on duty.
- Dogs must be at least 6 months old and have proof that they are licensed and up-to-date on vaccinations. Licenses can be purchased at the event.
- Dogs must undergo a “pre-wash” with the help of Seattle Parks staff, and Animal Shelter officers will inspect them before they go into the pool.
- Stairs are available for dogs to enter and leave the water.
After the event, the pool will be drained and cleaned and will undergo its regular preventive maintenance. The pool will be closed to the public during this time and will reopen on Sept. 2.
For more information, please call the pool at 206-684-4979.
Here is a partial picture of Pinehurst property crime for the month. Click on the map to enlarge it.
Three of the crimes in the gray dots are car-related, and three are burglaries. Notice how few burglaries there are this month. Car theft/prowl is still a big problem in Seattle, but SPD is working on it.
You can see ALL the types of crime at http://web5.seattle.gov/mnm/policereports.aspx. Select the North neighborhood and enter a date range.
It is that time of year again where Idriss Mosque and The Islamic Center of Washington extend to you, your family, friends and all religious and civic members and leaders in the community, an invitation for their annual barbecue. They ask your support for this event by attending, making announcements and inviting all members of your family, congregation, group or organization to also join them.
The annual BBQ is sponsored by the ICW in efforts to strengthen our communities, help us to work together for peace, compassion, reconciliation and justice, as well as promote harmony, tolerance and interfaith relationships, through sharing and learning from each other
||Sunday, August 10, 2014
||2:00 – 5:00 PM
||1420 NE Northgate Way
||Seattle, WA 98125
Now there are three Little Free Libraries in Pinehurst! There’s one at Bark Espresso, 11335 Roosevelt Way NE. Here’s the updated map:
Trees for Neighborhoods helps Seattle residents plant trees around their home. Through the City of Seattle’s Trees for Neighborhoods program, Seattle residents have planted over 4,000 trees since 2009. That’s 4,000 more trees that help clean our air and water, make our streets more walkable, and our neighborhoods safer and healthier. Join the movement this year—plant a tree and help grow Seattle’s urban forest!
The 2014 application season kicks off on Monday, August 4th at 10 am. Seattle residents are eligible to apply for up to four free trees to plant in their yards and within their planting strips. Residents who participate also receive free watering bags, training on proper tree planting and care, and workshop opportunities. This year, the program is offering 12 tree species ranging from large native conifers to small deciduous trees appropriate for planting under power lines and along the street. Some favorites this year include Douglas fir, black tupelo, and incense cedar. Check out the complete list and see photos on the website here: http://www.seattle.gov/trees/availabletrees2014.html.
Ready to plant a tree? Visit www.seattle.gov/trees for a list of this year’s tree species and a link to the online application, which will open Monday, August 4th. Trees go very quickly, so mark your calendar and apply early! All questions about the program should be directed to TreesforNeighborhoods@seattle.gov or (206) 684-3979.
We have a fresh batch of kids’ art from this month’s Pinehurstfest! First up is Kenzie’s beautiful barn owl. She is 8 years old. See this artwork in the kiosk at the Pocket Park at NE 117th St & 19th Ave NE. Thank you, Kenzie, for beautifying our park. Maybe a real owl will show up there now!
And thank you to Lisa, a Pinehurst neighbor, who I ran into when I was taking the picture to the park. I’d forgotten to photograph it before I left home, so Lisa snapped it with her phone and emailed it to me.
If you would like to submit your child’s artwork for the Pocket Park, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll put it on mat board donated by FRAMEIT Ltd, 10712 5th Ave NE.