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.

What’s Happening In February In And Around Green Lake

Seattle Public Theater rings in the New Year with the musical comedy-fantasy Vanishing Point. Aviatrix Amelia Earhart, evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, and author Agatha Christie all have one thing in common: they were women who vanished mysteriously. Christie walked out of her life in 1926 and was discovered at a hotel 11 days later with […]

Green Lake Ale House To Become JaK’s Alehouse

Green Lake Ale House will soon be transformed into JaK’s Alehouse (and yes, that is the right capitalization). The change is slated to take place next Thursday, January 18th.  It may not be that much of a change at all since the ownership isn’t changing. The Alehouse, which opened in 2015, has always been owned […]

Guess Who’s Coming To Green Lake?

Perhaps the most famous librarian in the United States – Nancy Pearl – is coming to the Green Lake Library. The discussion is part of the ongoing series Hot Topics For Seniors and Senior Wannabes. She will be joined by Bharti Kirchner, a local Seattle author, to discuss Pearl’s debut novel “George and Lizzie.” In […]

Green Lake Elementary School Tours and Open House

Do you have a kiddo that would like to go to Green Lake Elementary School in the Fall? The school will be hosting a series of school tours on Tuesday January 30th from 8:30 – 10 a.m. and Thursday February 8 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. To attend a tour, please RSVP with with Cosmina, and indicate […]

Spud Fish and Chips Building Nominated For Seattle Landmark Status

The building that houses Spud Fish & Chips (6800 E. Green Lake Way N) has been nominated for Seattle landmark status. The Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board will consider the nomination February 7 at 3:30 p.m. at City Hall. You may remember that in July we posted that, according to the DJC, the building was sold for […]

What’s Coming To Green Lake In The New Year?

Happy New Year, Greenlakers! As we enter into the New Year what are you excited for here at home? Several things are on our list. This year will bring some needed repairs to the Green Lake Community Center. We are hoping that means a more reliable heated pool! Speaking of which, the Seattle Parks Department recently released […]

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 […]

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