May 2018 Happenings In And Around Green Lake
King County Master Gardener’s Plant Sale
Fri., May 4 4pm – 8pm and Sat., May 5 9am – 5pm
Plants for gardens and tomatoes & edibles, local vendors, ornaments, and advice.
Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st St., Seattle 98105
For more information, go to the Master Gardener’s Site.
PhinneyWood Art Walk: The BIG One
Friday, May 11, 6-9 pm & Saturday, May 12, 12-5 pm
Celebrating its 23rd year, the BIG One will feature art from 70- 80 Phinney/Greenwood businesses, entertainment including musical performances, street performers, chalk art and activities for the kiddos. Neighboring restaurants will also offer menu specials for the two-day event. Art Walk maps and information on participating venues will be available online at ArtUpPhinneyWood.com and at participating businesses the week of the event.
For additional information, check artupphinneywood.com
Kid’s Fishing Event at Green Lake
Saturday, May 12 by the Bathhouse Theater at Green Lake
For $25, kids from 5 to 14 years old get their chance to catch 2 trout. Green Lake is stocked with trout the night before to help guarantee a catch. Each child receives a fishing pole, t-shirt and a hands-on fishing lesson from volunteer anglers. Participants will also have the opportunity to take part in water safety, boating and natural resource demonstrations.
To order tickets (by timeslot) go to: the event’s ticket page.
Wallingford Farmers Market Opens Wednesday May 16
Close to Green Lake, this Farmers Market has several stalls of fresh food, produce and ready to eat dinner. And, if you have tiny ones, its the best Farmers Market for free range runners. Huge fields and a nice playground make this market a great spot for families. But take note, parking is difficult and much of the area requires permit parking after 5 so watch those signs.
Every Wednesday 3 – 7 p.m. through late September. For more information, go to the Wallingford Farmers Market site.