Talented Pinehurst artist Victoria Raymond is having a studio show right here in the neighborhood! She invites us to stop by for some holiday cheer and wine and cheese December 14th and 15th, 1:00 to 8:00 pm. Her colorful, three dimensional, children’s book art will be on display as well as lovely paintings of her [...]
There is another Little Free Library nearby! This weekend Victory Heights residents Keith and Bob installed on the corner of 23rd Ave NE and NE 104th St a little gem Bob built.
Now we have incentive to take longer walks to Victory Heights – for health and fitness, right? Please feel free to leave and [...]
Victory Heights has a new Little Free Library near Victory Heights Play Area. It’s on the north side of NE 106th St, just east of 17th Ave NE. If you’re walking near our neighbor to the south, check it out!
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 [...]
We’ve been asked to help, in case anyone knows anything about this incident:
“I am a member of the Jackson Park P-Patch contacting you to relay some community news and ask for your assistance. My fellow gardeners and I are taken aback regarding a theft that occurred at the P-Patch earlier this week. We want [...]
Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is providing free lunches to anyone 18 years and younger at four north Seattle sites this summer. As an extension to HIP’s school year program to reduce hunger at local elementary schools; this year’s HIP Summer Meal Program is funded partially by the federal Summer Food Service Program, and supported by [...]
Wonder who to contact when you see graffiti, a downed traffic sign, etc? Here’s a list, thanks to Maple Leaf Community, the newsletter put out by Maple Leaf Community Council:
“Night Out Against Crime” is a national event that encourages neighbors to gather and spend time together in an effort to heighten crime prevention/awareness and increase neighborhood safety. Porch lights are typically turned on as a symbolic gesture supporting crime prevention. When you register your event in Seattle, most non-arterial streets can be blocked off [...]