The Victory Heights Community Council has been working hard on growing our community with many events and activities.
Our consolidated Facebook Group, Victory Heights Seattle, has 355 members now, and a great way to stay in touch with our community. “Like” and follow today.
Food Truck Fridays have been a big success the first three weeks. Two trucks per week park next to the co-op preschool building in Victory Heights Park each Friday between 11 AM and 2 PM. Order ahead and have your food ready when you arrive. New trucks every Friday through September, see our Facebook group for participating trucks each Thursday.
Neighbor Labor is a group of volunteers that have been gathering to help clean out debris and those annoying Himalayan blackberries, starting with a neighbor’s yard, then the park, and down on NE 106th Street east of 15th Avenue. They’ll be out there again on Sunday the 25th.
The Utility Art Box project is humming along, all the permits are in, the artwork is being prepared, and soon will be covering each of the boxes around the neighborhood.
Mayor Monday kicks off on May 3rd with the first of 11 (so far) out of the 15 announced candidates for Seattle Mayor scheduled, one per week, to join us for a zoom chat starting at 6 PM, giving us a 30 minute presentation (i.e. a speech), and then open the door for us to provide feedback and questions. Join our mailing list to find out more.
The Spring Craft Fair last weekend was a bit success, especially because of the nice weather. Upcoming events include a Scavenger Hunt starting in the park on Sunday May 23rd, and a community-wide Yard Sale on Saturday, June 12th.
The next meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council will be Tuesday, May 18th at 7 PM via Zoom. Join our Facebook group, or mailing list, to learn more.