Sarah Lemmon

Sarah is co-creator and editor of Seattle Greenlaker. A former journalist with a nose for news and a heart for people, she owns her own PR and consulting business called Lemmon PR. When Sarah’s not exploring Green Lake, she’s sewing or searching for the best bowl of ramen in the city.

Green Lake Home Featured in Remodeled Homes Tour This Weekend

The Remodeled Homes Tour is this weekend spanning from the Eastside to Seattle, and one of the homes is right here in Green Lake. Visitors can tour 17 remodeled homes in the region and get questions answered by remodeling professionals. The Green Lake home will be open on Saturday, from 10am – 5pm, and the […]

Halloween In Green Lake 2017

Haunted Bounce Party at Green Lake Community Center October 27 6 -8 p.m. Green Lake Community Center is hosting a haunted celebration. The dimly lit gym will be adorned with glow in the dark accessories and two haunted bouncy houses. Healthy snacks provided. Canned food donation will also be collected to support local food banks. Best […]

Evans Pool Closed Until November 13

Evans Pool in the Green Lake Community Center is closed now until November 13th for needed repairs. If you are a pool user you will likely have noticed the pool frequently closes with little-to-no notice because needed repairs have yet to be done. Pool officials tell us that these repairs are critical items that will […]

Green Lake Artist Launches Kickstarter For Third Book Featuring Urban Sketches

Green Lake artist Steven Reddy has launched a recent Kickstarter to raise funding for his third book. Like his previous books, the latest to the series is an art journal featuring more than 200 pages, 350 drawings of urban sketches, illustrations, portraits and more.  Many of the sketches feature Seattle scenes, like the one above […]

Supernova Premiers October 21 at Greenwood’s Pocket Theatre

On October 21, the Pocket Theatre will feature the World premier of Supernova, a story about the daughter of a superhero. Here’s the official show description: Nova knows that her father is a hero, but his nemesis the Dawn has forced the news to say otherwise. When he is shot on the roof of her […]

Green Lake’s Bongos Cafe May Have To Change Its Name

Earlier this summer Bongos Cafe posted a Facebook post that they may need to change their name. It turns out Green Lake’s Bongos Cafe got the attention of Gloria Estefan’s Florida restaurant with the same name. While both restaurants serve Cuban/Caribbean food, the two couldn’t be more different. Estefan’s establishment in Disney Springs at Walt […]

Anyone Missing Summer At Green Lake?

Green Lake, #Seattle – end of summer A post shared by Editorial Illustrator (@phillustrations) on Sep 12, 2017 at 2:28pm PDT This nostalgic view of Green Lake caught our eye and has us counting down the days until summer. Actually, that would be 251 days for those of us counting – ho hum. The fall […]

Harvest Moon Over Green Lake

Last night the Harvest Moon light up Green Lake and our own Dustin Guy captured some stunning photos. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, “The Harvest Moon isn’t like the other Moons. Usually, throughout the year, the Moon rises an average of about 50 minutes later each day. But near the autumnal equinox, the difference is only 30 minutes.” “This results in […]

Here’s How To Support Additional Funding of Green Lake Community Center

Susan Helf, one of the founders of the group Save Evans Pool & Green Lake Community Center, is urging residents to attend three upcoming City Council meetings where funding the Green Lake Community Center and Evans Pool will be discussed. Here’s more from Susan: Councilmember Mike O’Brien has invited us to attend three upcoming Seattle City Council […]

October and November Events In And Around Green Lake

  Theater For Young Children: Juan at Maria (Juan and Maria in Tagalog) and Scaredy Squirrel Oct. 6 at 11:15 a.m. Juan and Maria is a Filipino folk tale similar to Hansel and Gretel. Like all Theater For Young Children performances, this one is filled with live acting and music by professional artists. Best for children ages […]

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