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.

Restaurant Closure in North Green Lake

Green Lake’s Mio Sushi is closing. A ‘for lease’ sign hangs on the window. Seattle Greenlaker called Mio to confirm closure and the man that answered the phone said that they were at the end of their lease. Mio’s last day will be March 17th. We will keep a eye on what might be moving in […]

Local CPR Classes For Adults And Children

It has been years since I have taken a CPR class and while I brushed up on several videos on Youtube before our first child was born I decided to sign up for a class before our second child is born this spring. Finding a class that worked for our family was harder than I […]

Blank Space Cafe Coming To Green Lake March 31

Another day, another new restaurant opening in Green Lake. But this time it is something Green Lake has been missing — bubble tea and bubble waffles. Blank Space Cafe, the self proclaimed “Asian themed dessert cafe” is moving into the former Jodee’s Desserts location at 7214 Woodlawn Ave. NE near Rosita’s. The restaurant owners, husband […]

March 2018 Happenings In And Around Green Lake

Practice Your Putt at the Green Lake Pitch ‘n Putt The Green Lake Pitch ‘n Putt opens for the season on March 1. Bring your own clubs or rent a set to learn and practice alongside beginners and casual golfers at this laid-back course. Open March 1 thru Oct 31. Hours vary. Green Lake Pitch […]

Daniel Bagley Elementary School Construction Update And Input Needed

One of Green Lake’s schools, Daniel Bagley Elementary School, is slated for large scale renovations beginning next year. The updates are centered around anticipated increase in enrollment and the aging building. (For more background, check out the link to the timeline of the project.) A recent meeting addressed design and construction updates but also announced […]

(Even More) Green Lake Restaurant News

This is our fourth post about Green Lake restaurant news this month. Thanks to a tip from a reader we learned that Tapas Lab is coming to Green Lake. Slated to go into the former Revolutions Coffee spot at 7012 Woodlawn Ave NE, not a lot is known about the restaurant. Tapas Lab currently has […]

More February Green Lake Restaurant News

Lots of movement in Green Lake restaurants recently. From closures to openings and rebrandings there has been a flurry of restaurant activity lately. Read all about it here. But wait, there’s more. And it’s sad news for Green Lake.  Today was Jodee’s Desserts last day. The bakery known for making vegan, gluten free and even […]

Green Lake Swimming (Pool and Lake) Dates Announced

Green Lake’s Evans Pool Aquatic Coordinator recently sent us a list of save the date swimming events for Green Lake – both inside in the heated pool and in the lake. So swimmers, save these dates. NEW Time for the Early Morning Lap Swim Starting February 20th, the EMLS will be 6-7:30am Mon-Fri Sauna will […]

New High School Boundary Lines Impact Green Lake

During a January 31 meeting the School Board approved changes to boundary lines for high school students starting in the 2019- 2020 school year. Take a look at the boundary lines. Notice anything? Green Lake is literally cut in half with some students going to the new Lincoln High School while the others will be […]

Green Lake Art & Music Walk February 23

The Green Lake Art and Music Walk is Friday, February 23. The event brings live music and art to dozens of Green Lake businesses – mostly located along the east side of Green Lake – from Lucia and Gregg’s Green Lake Cycle to Om Culture and more. Grab dinner, check out some art and listen […]

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