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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.

Beginning Fly Casting Class at Green Lake Starts April 4

The Northwest Fly Anglers is sponsoring a beginners fly casting class on Green Lake, staring April 4th. If you are just beginning in the sport or just want a tune up, this is the class for you. The class runs for six consecutive Tuesdays at 6:30 pm and meets at the Green Lake Casting Pier. (Located on […]

Passover Celebrations Near Green Lake

Passover is around the corner. Here’s two local events hosted by Chabad of NW Seattle to celebrate the Jewish holiday. The Model Matzah Bakery is the ultimate hands-on, Passover educational experience. According to the event organizers “The exhibit recreates a functional model of the hand-made Matzah factories used by Jews for thousands of years. The […]

‘Staying Connected’ Month Long Event For People Living With Alzheimers

The Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter is offering a four-week program beginning in April where participants and care partners can learn: – How to cope and live with early stage memory loss – Strategies to stay involved in enjoyable activities – How to talk about memory loss with friends and family Care partners (can be […]

Want To Be Featured In A Home Remodeling TV Show?

Calling all pet lovers who love home remodeling shows. A national casting studio called Punch Drunk Pictures based out of Los Angeles is looking for a few Seattleites to feature in a new home remodel show for families with pets. Participants would be featured in the show and receive a consultation with an award winning […]

The Latest On The Green Lake Community Center

In case you missed it, the Green Lake Community Center future is up in the air. The short story is the Community Center is the oldest in the Seattle Parks Department and the Department says it needs to be totally re-done. The price tag is $25 million. Remember that voter-aproved Parks District that passed a […]

Kid Friendly Restaurants In And Near Green Lake

Every Wednesday night our family eats out. The midweek break from cooking is something we look forward to. We try to stay close to home, mostly because our toddler has a very set-in-stone hunger meter that normally hits as soon as we get off work. Here’s a list of some great Green Lake restaurant spots […]

Celebrate Purim with Chabad of NW

Celebrate Purim with Chabad of NW Seattle on March 12. Bring your cowboy hat, boot spurs, and enjoy finger lickin’ food. Megillah reading, say a Lechaim, western entertainment and more. Tickets are available here. And the cost varies: Until march 5th Early-Bird Adult $10 Child $5 Until march 12th Adult $15 Child $8 At the door Adult $20 Child $10

Dine Around Starts This Sunday

Don’t be distracted by the fact that there’s only one Green Lake stop on the Dine Around offerings this year. I mean, first of all it is MKT, which is a great spot, but there’s several others that are very close as well such as Caninetta in Wallingford, a handful of great spots in Ballard […]

What To Do When That Free Couch Never Leaves Your Street

Free signs on couches are not uncommon in Green Lake. But what do you do if the couch or other large items aren’t free but are just dumped on your street? Who you gonna call? Well, you don’ have to call anyone. You can do two simple things. First you can check online to see if […]

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