Want another opportunity to volunteer in parks in our neighborhood?
EarthCorps (a Magnuson Park based non-profit) reached out to us about some upcoming events. And they’ve got a fun video about what to expect at an EarthCorps event: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x68cNeaXkTk
All events run from 10am-2pm and volunteers can register on their website http://www.earthcorps.org/volunteer.php. Families, groups, […]
Meadowbrook Cooperative Preschool is a not-for-profit school providing quality education to children aged two to five years old.
It is a warm and welcoming organization offering three classes: Pre-3s, 3-5s, and Fives. Its emphasis is on trusting children to learn when presented with age appropriate, interesting and diverse experiences and allowing them to find their […]
Here’s a meeting announcement from the Thornton Creek Alliance.
Thornton Creek Renovation Projects AT A PARK NEAR YOU!!!
Learn about important renovation projects, planting details, community benefits, and how you and your family can volunteer to get your hands dirty.
Presentations include –
• Jason Sharpley, Project Manager, Thornton Creek Confluence Project • Rick […]
Lake City Community Center, (LCCC) will hold its first Chinese New Year Celebration and Lion Dance on the first day of the Lunar New Year, January 31, 2014, 7 PM to 9 PM.
The event will include a broad display of demonstrations and education by Seattle Asian Medicine and Martial Arts, which just celebrated […]
Northgate Community Center is introducing its new “Imagination Playground” equipment that will be available this spring for the drop in kids to play with.
There are cool toys like huge Legos made out of foam-like blocks.
At this event there will be several stations for the kids to check […]
In partnership with Meadowbrook Community Center, Sustainable NE Seattle is offering its fourth annual “Hands On Skills Fair.” It is Saturday, February 1st, 2014, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm. Meadowbrook Community Center is at 10517 35th Ave NE.
Folks from our neighborhoods have stepped up to share skills such as food preservation, gluten-free and regular […]
Celebrate Seattle’s 20th Annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a special day set aside to reach out to neighbors, create new friends, and express thanks to those who help make our neighborhood a great place to live. Community groups, businesses, and residents across Seattle will join together on Saturday, February 8 (and the week of) to celebrate.
The Department of Planning and Development (DPD) is studying a variety of areas around the city to promote more walkable neighborhood business districts. This would involve adding a pedestrian designation to existing Neighborhood Commercial Zones.
By adding a pedestrian retail area designation to a neighborhood commercial (NC) zone, the aim is to: