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Nathan Hale Urban Farm, First Design Meeting 12/14/2014

Nathan Hale Urban Farm First Design Meeting

Sunday, December 14, 2014 9:00am – 9:30am Tour @ the Greenhouse north of Jane Addams Middle School 11051 34th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98125

10:00am – 2:00pm Community Forum @ Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98125

Lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP […]

Walking Seattle – Pinehurst

In 2010 I signed up for a Seattle Parks and Recreation art class at Volunteer Park. A fellow classmate told me she’d just retired. She said her (first) retirement goal was to walk every public street in Seattle and blog about her walks. She finished this April, covering 2,722 miles and wearing out six pairs […]

Pinehurst Picks

This one is easy; you probably know where it is. But do you know WHAT it is? It’s a “replica” of the historic Pinehurst steam tractor owned by M.L. Beerbower and kept in a garage quite close to the location of this replica. Neighborhood children loved to get rides on it. The design of […]

Pinehurst Pets – Olivia

Olivia is 4 1/2 years old. Her people got her from a veterinarian when she was too young to leave her mother and she was sick. They brought her home to Mr. Jones (last week’s Pinehurst Pet), who was angry about the extra cat. He hissed and spit and swatted at her and she […]

Lake City Tree Lighting Ceremony December 3rd

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Dec. 14 Holiday Improv at Lake City Community Center

“It’s a Wonderful Improvised Life” combines the wacky and wonderful imaginations of the Taproot improvisers with the audience’s suggestions, telling this favorite Christmas story in a whole new way. Using it’s a Wonderful Life as a guide; the actors make every performance unique by soliciting key story elements from the audience’s suggestions.

Pinehurst Picks

Please feel free to send in photos of art – or anything unexpected and fun – you see on your walks around the neighborhood to info@pinehurstseattle.org.

Pinehurst Pets – Mr. Jones

Can you see what’s special about Mr. Jones?

Here is Mr. Jones’ story, as told by his people: Mr. Jones was a used cat when we got him. He was 5 months old and was living with a family and 3 adult cats at the time. The family didn’t want that many cats. They […]

Another Chance for Better Internet?

When Gigabit Seattle was looking at neighborhoods the greater Northgate area was one of the ones under serious consideration. I heard that we had more signups expressing interest than any other neighborhood but one. That company wasn’t able to secure funding and so the plan didn’t happen. But there is a company with a much […]