Pinehurst Seattle would like to invite people to attend Pinehurstfest this Saturday, July 20th from 2-5 PM at Pinehurst Playfield, 12029 14th Avenue NE. Pinehurstfest is a free festive family outdoor celebration for everyone in the neighborhood. Three bands will provide live music, their will be children’s activities including a bouncy castle, refreshments, and displays by local community organizations. Click on the thumbnail to the left for the full poster.
The Seattle Park and Recreation Department is sponsoring an event Friday night at the Northgate Community Center. Bring the family and turn your macaroni and cheese into a magical evening of dinner and entertainment! From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. the Center will offer basic macaroni ‘n’ cheese and you can add your favorite toppings. Choose from bacon, sausage, hot dogs, sun dried tomatoes, onions, bread crumbs and more.
Xakary the Magician and his pet rabbit will mesmerize and dazzle guests with their magic!
Cost is $5 per person or $20 per family. Please register ahead of time at 206-386-4283.
Northgate Community Center is located at 10510 5th Ave. NE.
While not quite the household name that Valentine’s Day is, Seattle’s Neighbor Appreciation Day turns 19 on Saturday, February 9th. It’s billed as, “a special day to reach out to neighbors, create new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood a great place to live.” The city encourages residents to plan an activity for our neighborhoods, such as a block party, potluck, or work party. Or you could attend an event such as one of the fire station open houses, park cleanups, or swims around the city. You can even send a Neighbor Appreciation Day e-card to someone with artwork by local students. Or maybe it would just be a good opportunity to knock on your neighbors door and introduce yourself. Victory Heights is a pretty friendly place, so get involved!
Please take a minute to “Like” the Victory Heights Blog Facebook page.
Sustainable NE Seattle announced a Solar Cookout and Cooker Building event to be held July 8th at the Hunter Tree Farm, 7744 35th Ave NE (next to the Wedgwood Post Office).
Let’s cook dinner together using solar power!
Bring your solar cooker to the Hunter Gathering Place during the day and we’ll potluck feast there together in the evening. Bring your instruments if you’d like to participate in any jam sessions.
All are very welcome, regardless of solar cooking knowledge or ability to stay for the whole event.
Don’t have a solar cooker? Come take the free morning box cooker building workshop!
The workshop will be limited to 20 people max. Email SusNESeattle@gmail.com to reserve your space.
10am-noon: Solar cooker building workshop
10am-5pm: Solar cooking, socializing and jam sessions
5pm-7pm: Potluck feasting!
Invite your Facebook friends: https://www.facebook.com/events/439913759369763
We are working on setting up a free transportation plan within northeast Seattle for the event. Let us know if you need a ride.