UPDATE: We have raised $750 toward the $1,000 needed to make Pinehurstfest 2009 a success. Donations are tax-deductible. If you have not yet donated and would like to do so, send your check to:
ASSOCIATED RECREATION COUNCIL Meadowbrook Advisory Council 10517 35th Avenue NE Seattle, Wa 98125
(Note: “Pinehurstfest 2009″ in the memo field)
Lake City Farmers MarketJune 4 · 3 -7pmnext to the Lake City Branch of Seattle Public LibraryNE 125th and 28th Ave NE
Each Thursday afternoon shoppers can delight in the bright colors and heady aromas of beautiful flowers, berries, tree fruit, vegetables, fresh herbs, tomatoes, greens, nuts, organic meats, seafood, baked bread and pastries, preserves [...]
This Saturday, June 6 at 2PM, SPOKESPEOPLE will be riding to University Village! It is a fun and easy ride, mainly on the Burke Gilman Trail.
We’ll start, as usual, at the south end of Wallingford Playfield, 4219 Wallingford Ave N at 2PM. If this is your first Spokespeople ride and you are [...]
The Summer Reading Program at The Seattle Public Library begins on Monday, June 1. Children can stop by their neighborhood branch to sign up for the reading program and pick up their reading log.
How do you participate in our Summer Reading Program? Sign up for the Summer Reading Program in the notebook binder at [...]
Grace and Tarzan.
Tarzan owns Renee’s neighbors Grace and Claire. Most of you who read the Pinehurst blog know who Renee is. She first met him when he was a kitten and he used to pounce on anyone and anything in an instant. He was a strong, energetic and very playful kitten. Today he [...]
There are a few articles out today on Seattle Public Schools: Enrollment may be up again this year and not just in the northeast cluster (Bryant, Wedgewood, etc) and Queen Anne/Magnolia. Read more here. The new Jane Addams K to 8 school in Lake City may become a middle school only to accommodate overcapacity in [...]
On Monday, April 27, 2009, the Seattle City Council voted to fully fund the Mayor’s Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative. As the City moves forward to implement the Initiative, the Council, in partnership with others in our region, is sponsoring a series of community conversations about youth violence.Thomas C. Wales Symposium – Gang Violence: Real [...]
Chess Camp Ages 5 – 12
Mon. & Wed. July 6 to 29 – Beginner Level 11:00 – Noon$49.00
Location:Northgate Community Center10510 – 5th Ave. N.E.Seattle, WA 98125
Questions: Tim Pretare, 206-386-4283
Healthy Parks, Healthy YouWorkshop SeriesAges 18 +$5.00 per workshop 9:30 – 11 a.m.
These workshops introduce you to a different natural health care discipline each week. You can learn about each topic featuring expert speakers providing lectures, workshops and one-on-one.
Thurs. June 4 – Back Health, Good PostureThurs. June 11 – Stress and Your Health [...]