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How Was Your Pinehurst Halloween?

Disclaimer: I grew up with Halloween as my favorite holiday so I’m a bit overly excited at the moment. And this isn’t really a news post. Just sharing my excitement. I loved trick-or-treating as a kid (even if most of the candy went bad because eating it wasn’t as much fun as getting it) but […]

Join Library Community Conversation Nov. 16

Seattle Public Library provides many resources both at our branch libraries and online. However, it wants to know if there are other programs, resources, books or materials that would more effectively support our community. To learn more about how the Library can better serve the community, the City Librarian will be hosting 12 Community Conversations […]

Bike Business – Sharrows

Sharrows are shared lane pavement markings. You’ve all seen those white outlines of bicycles with double arrows painted near the edge of the road. They show cyclists the best place to ride on the road to avoid parked car doors, and they remind motor vehicles to share the road with bikes. The sharrow markings do […]

How Candidates Stand on Walkability

http://www.feetfirst.org/how-candidates-stand-on-walkability#

This is a general reminder that you should already have you ballots and they need to be postmarked by November 5th. And given that sidewalks and walkability are often one of the primary concerns in the area I thought people might be interested in FeetFirst’s guide to the candidates. The full link is above […]

Latvian Christmas Bazaar

LATVIAN CULTURAL CENTER 11710 – 3rd Ave NE SEATTLE, WA 98125 (East side of I-5 Freeway) Washington State Latvian Association 2013

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 10am to 4pm SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10 12pm to 4pm

You will find:

latvian ethnic bakery & foods christmas specialty foods latvian and modern jewelry decorative pillows knitted articles stuffed toys […]

Bike Business – What’s That Signage Mean?

Today we’re starting a new series on bicycle infrastructure, or what Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) calls bicycle facilities. The City encourages bicycles for transportation and has been implementing various signage and street striping to increase safety. These things appear, but there is not much education about what they mean and how to use them. […]

Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting Oct 24

Meadowbrook Haunted Bounce October 25

Head to Meadowbrook Community Center for a Haunted Bounce 6:30-7:30 p.m., including ghostly lighting, glow sticks, bounce toys and “Halloweenspirational” music.

Then bounce up to the pool from 7:30-8:30 p.m. for carnival games and prizes like “ride that pumpkin”, deep sea fishing and our special glow-in-the-dark room. It features fun, not fright!

Ages: All (children […]

Magical Mac ‘n’ Cheese October 18

Back by popular demand, Magical Mac ‘N’ Cheese – featuring Xakary the Magician and his pet rabbit who will mesmerize you with their Halloween magic. Turn your Friday family dinner into an evening of dinner and entertainment. There will be basic macaroni and cheese and you can add your favorite toppings.

Friday October 18th, 6-8 […]

North Precinct Advisory Council Minutes – Oct 2013

This month’s speaker was Renee Hopkins, President and CEO of Seattle Police Foundation, which is a non-profit that supports and raises funds for Seattle Police Department. It is SPF that stepped in and funded the Mounted Patrol when its budget was eliminated a few years ago.

Dick Reed also gave an update on the new […]