Holiday Ornament Workshop for Kids 5 to 7!

Holiday Ornament Workshop is on December 10th in the Pinehurst studio of Victoria Raymond! Students will make a variety of fabulous ornaments for the upcoming holiday season.

Ages: 5 to 7 Time: 4:00 – 5:30 pm Cost: $25

Spaces are filling up fast. More workshops are coming for older ages. Email Victoria if interested.

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Pinehurst Picks

Is this still there, or did I hear that the murals are going away?

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

North Seattle Baseball Open House December 5th

Come learn about the north end’s premier youth baseball league at North Seattle Baseball’s Open House, happening this weekend at its *NEW* North Seattle Batting Cages indoor facility.

– Meet NSB board members and coaches – Grab a complementary hotdog and drink (while supplies last) – Explore the new-and-improved North Seattle Batting Cages facility […]

December 2 Holiday Event at Lake City Community Center

Thanksgiving is over and now it’s on to the next holiday, right? Start it off Wednesday at Lake City Community Center’s 8th annual Holidays at the Center. Santa will be there, and an elf magician will entertain the kids while they wait in line for their turn with Santa. The Dickens Carolers will greet guests […]

Lifetime Learning Center

Winter class signup is happening now at Lifetime Learning Center. This is a wonderful organization right next door in Lake City that provides daytime classes for older adults. All the teachers are volunteers, and there are no tests or grades.

There are all kinds of classes, including yoga, current events, creative writing, philosophy and much […]

Pinehurst Picks

A Pinehurst chicken flock enjoying a short vacation away from home while its coop was being cleaned. Fresh grass and delicious bugs!

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


Help Prevent Clogged Storm Drains

This time of year, storm drains can easily become overwhelmed with leaves and the summer’s accumulated street debris, resulting in backed up gutters and drains, and localized flooding. In Seattle, for example, there are about 80,000 storm drains — far more than city crews […]

School Traffic Safety Committee Seeks Members

The Seattle School Traffic Safety Committee is accepting applications for new members to help make walking and biking to school in Seattle safer and easier. The volunteer board was created by the Seattle City Council in 1975 to improve traffic safety for all of Seattle’s school children. It advises the Mayor and City Council with […]

Win a Little Free Library!

Last year our Thursday-North area reduced waste more than any other neighborhood, so CleanScapes (our garbage company) is giving us an award! Working with a small committee of neighborhood council members, it has purchased fifty Little Free Libraries to give to us. In addition, it is initially stocking them with books for kids and adults […]

Nov 2015 Minutes for North Precinct Advisory Council

This month the guest speaker was Sgt. Sean Whitcomb from the SPD Public Affairs Office. SPD is trying to be transparent and communicative for both citizens and journalists. It uses numerous ‘channels’ to communicate on-line these days, including the SPD Blotter, a Twitter feed, the SPD official website, Tweets by Beat, Tumblr blog, Nextdoor, Facebook […]