It was announced at the March meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council that starting on Friday, April 2nd, Food Truck Fridays kicks off in Victory Heights.
Read the complete minutes of the March meeting.
Each Friday afternoon (11 AM to 2 PM) through September 10th will bring two different food trucks to our neighborhood. Specific participants will be announced the night before on our Facebook page, you are encouraged to order ahead of time and just come and pick up your order. The trucks will be parked in the lot next to the co-op preschool in Victory Heights Park each week (thanks, preschool!).
In other news, on March 27th will be the first Neighbor Labor event where volunteers will help home owners with chores they aren’t physically able to perform. Only one household has signed up for this offer so far, volunteers are standing by (write to firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in participating).
Starting in May we will be sponsoring “Mayor Mondays” featuring a different Seattle mayoral candidate each week on a Zoom call with neighborhood residents. So far eight of the 12 announced candidates have signed on to participate.
The Neighborhood Spring Craft Fair is coming to Pinehurst and Victory Heights on April 17th from 1 PM to 4 PM where local crafters can offer their wares directly to people from their own homes. Sign up at https://bit.ly/3kn5DqS, the deadline to get on the official map is April 10th.
A no-prize just-for-fun neighborhood scavenger hunt is planned for May 23rd. We currently need photos of “interesting things” that will still exist in two months (and probably the location where you took it). Submissions can be sent to the Victory Heights email (email@example.com) or to Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Teen Feed dates, which Victory Heights volunteers to provide meals are April 12th and May 10th. Sign up here if you’d like to contribute to one of the meals: http://signup.com/go/ThezwzW
Our next Zoom meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 20th and will feature Tara Beck of Seattle’s HOPE Team, talking about homelessness.