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.

Shelter Lounge Now Hosts Trivia on Sundays

Shelter Lounge Green Lake is now offering trivia every Sunday night. Open to all ages, the $5 fee covers entrance and the winner takes the pot. Drink specials rotate monthly. And for the losers of each trivia night, a consolation prize – the opportunity to pick the theme for a round the following week. Shelter’s Facebook page will […]

Giant Menorah Lighting Tonight at Phinney Center

Chabad NW Seattle is hosting a giant menorah lighting tonight at the Phinney Center. The Giant Menorah will be lit outside followed by the Chanukah celebration at the Community Hall inside the brick building in the Phinney Center. The event is free and open to the public and features: Giant Menorah Lighting Bounce House Chanukah […]

Shop Local in Green Lake

Looking to buy local this holiday? There’s several opportunities right here in Green Lake. Ship Song A few weeks ago we posted about the collaborative boutique that opened for the holidays at Ship Song. We got to check it out recently and the sun-filled space is full of great gifts from pottery to jewelry, clothing, plants […]

Green Lake Library Temporary Closure Begins Dec 17

Best to get your holiday reads ordered from the Green Lake Library early this year. The Green Lake Branch Library will temporarily close at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17 for construction work to repair dry rot surrounding the skylight above the entry. During this time the book drops also will close. Because the work involves […]

Notes From The Recent Seattle Police North Precinct Meeting

If you missed the North Precinct Meeting with the Seattle Police on November 8, you are in luck… a Greenlaker sent us his notes to share with the community. The meeting focused on safety and reporting incidents to police. Here’s his notes: Seattle PD is a data driven entity. If we expect attention to crime […]

Northwest Girlchoir Openings This January

For girls who love to sing, Northwest Girlchoir has openings for new singers in grades 1-12 to join in the fun in the new year. Learn musicianship, vocal technique, and performance skills, all while building lasting friendships in a supportive community. Choristers perform for thousands of audience members at concerts held across the greater Puget Sound […]

Learn To Program BB8 At The Green Lake Library

Budding young programmers will want to mark their calendars for a special event where they can learn to program BB-8™ by Sphero, a small app enabled droid inspired by Star Wars The Force Awakens. The program is through Tinkerlab, a weekly all-ages program hosted by Green Lake Library that introduces science, technology, engineering and math […]

December Events In And Around Green Lake

Wildlights at Woodland Park Zoo November 24, 2017 – January 1, 2018 Here’s your chance to see Woodland Park Zoo aglow with thousands of colorful lights after hours. Pack your gloves and rain jacket because most of the displays are outdoors but very much worth it. The zoo has several other events scheduled during the […]

Update on Little Big Burger Opening in Green Lake

Despite the ‘pay or vacate’ sign on the door of the would-be Green Lake Little Big Burger, Eater Seattle reports that Little Big Burger will likely be coming to Green Lake in early 2018. Read the full story here.

PackSmarter Class November 18 Hosted By AAA

Got a trip coming up for the holidays? AAA is hosting a class called Packsmart that may be of help. And best of all, it’s free! The Ballard AAA Travel Store Buyer and Packing Coach Kathleen Collum is offering a free packing workshop. Kathleen will be sharing smart tips on how to make the most of […]

previous page iconOlder posts