Green Lake Happenings October 25-27th

October 23, 2014 7:00am

A Very Corgi Howloween at Green Lake
 Green Lake Park – starting at Green Lake Small Craft Center
When: 11 a.m. , Saturday Oct. 25
Price: Free
About: The annual corgi costume walk, hosted by our friends at Corgi’s R Us. Prepare yourself for the silliest and cutest walk around Green Lake of the year. Dozens of corgi’s will trot around the lake, sporting costumes of all shapes and sizes –  from a sushi roll to a piece of bacon. You don’t want to miss. Take a look at last year’s photo gallery and you’ll understand, courtesy of KOMO 4. For more information, click here.

Boogie Nights 5K & Dance Party
 Green Lake Park and Community Center, 7201 E Green Lake Drive N
When: 5pm-10pm, Saturday, Oct. 25
Price: $45-$60
About: Run or walk  the Green Lake Loop in costume, for the Boogie Nights 5K. Following the run, party the night away at a dance party inside Green Lake Community Center. Live DJ spinning tunes, beer from Fremont Brewery and free food. Registration fee gets you entry to the 5K,  an event t-shirt, free food, entry to the dance party and one free drink. This event is for those 21 and up, only.For more information, click here.

Pumpkin Decorating Party at Green Lake Village PCC
Where: Green Lake Village PCC, 450 NE 71st St.
When: 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday Oct. 25
Price: Free
About: Kids 12 and younger can decorate their very own pumpkin to take home! PCC will supply free pumpkins, decorating supplies and healthy snacks to stir those scary, creative juices. For more information, click here.

Ways to Wellness Series: Mental Wellness 
Where: Green Lake Library meeting room (7364 E. Green lake Dr. N)
When: Sunday, October 26th  from 2 – 3 pm
Price: Free
About: A presentation on “Mental Wellness”, the last in Seattle Public Library’s “Ways to Wellness” series.  Speakers from National Alliance for
Mental Illness (NAMI) will talk about a variety of brain disorders, answer your questions, and hopefully, take the mystery and misinformation out of mental illness. Healthy snacks provided and free library parking.

Climb for Clean Air Info Meeting.  Climb a Mountain, Make a Difference.
Where:  Green Lake Public Library, 7364 E. Green lake Dr. N
When:   Monday, October 27, 6:00PM – 7:30PM
Price:  Free and open to the community
About:  Climb Mt. Rainier, Mt. Hood or Mt. Adams with the Climb for Clean Air.  Previous experience not required.  Life changing adventure guaranteed.  Training and guide services are covered by your fundraising.  Climb for Good.  Climb for Free.  To learn more, join our  info meeting in your community or visit