Green Lake Happenings: June 17-18

June 15, 2016 6:21am


Oiselle Warehouse Sale
This Seattle-based company is having its first ever Oiselle Warehouse Sale. The women’s athletic apparel will have discounts of up to 70% off including sports bras, shorts, tank tops, capris/tights, lifestyle athletic, and accessories. RSVP to have an exclusive offer for you and 5 friends to cut the line and get in an hour early, 2pm on June 17th.
(Oiselle: located in University Village and online,
Event web page (required):
Date and time: Friday June 17th / 3pm-8pm and Saturday June 18th / 9am-4pm
Location: Magnuson Park, Hanger 30, 6310 NE 74th Street, Seattle

NW Run/Walk for Epilepsy
Spots are still available for the NW Run/Walk for Epilepsy June 18 at Green Lake Park. Money generated from the race helps people living with epilepsy to overcome those challenges and to accelerate therapies to help stop seizures as well as a free summer camp for kids.  Held in August, Camp Discovery is a four day camp for kids with epilepsy age 7 – 16, and their siblings are invited, too. Many of the counselors and volunteers also have epilepsy.

To register go to the event page here. Registration day of begins at 9:30 a.m.

Mockingbird Readings and Events
On Friday, June 17th, at 6 p.m. children’s entertainers Lolly and YoYo, will do some fun movement games with their new book called MOVE!

Saturday June 18th from 3-5, YA and fiction author, Eileen Cook and Ashley Ream, will lead a discussion about “Talented Authors, Unreliable Narrators.” Of Ream’s new book, The 100 Year Miracle, Gillian Flynn (author of the bestselling book Gone Girl) says, “Ashley Ream has an absolutely astounding voice―she is one of the most compelling, sharpest writers working today. The 100 Year Miracle is already one of my favorite novels of 2016.”

Mockingbird Books 7220 Woodlawn Ave NE.

(206) 516-5886