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.
Stay Healthy Streets Survey Input Needed By July 15
Several streets around Seattle have been closed to vehicle traffic in an attempt to open areas for people to safely walk/bike in the time of social distancing. It is called Stay Healthy Streets and Green Lake’s starts at East Green Lake Way N and ends at N 63rd St and West Green Lake Drive. There […]
The Future of The Green Lake Community Center
Seattle Parks and Recreation just announced the results of the recent survey asking the community about the future of the Green Lake Community Center. Spoiler alert: the future Community Center will likely go near where the current structure is now. Read on to find out the full story: “Seattle Parks and Recreation thanks community for […]
Juneteenth March For Justice & Independence
The group Justice For Black Lives has organized a Juneteenth March for Justice tomorrow at 10 a.m. starting at Woodland Park Playground (Phinney Ave N & N 59th St). The event commemorates the freedom of slaves in Texas who were freed two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed. Here’s the schedule:Friday, June 19, 202010:00 […]
Cinco De Mayo: Green Lake Edition
Tuesday is Cinco De Mayo, and let’s face it, right now it feels pretty good to have something on our calendar, even if it is just food to bring home and enjoy with our family. Here’s a few Cinco de Mayo inspired options that are right here in Green Lake. Frelard Tamales offers pickup or […]
Part Of Green Lake Drive Is Now Closed To Cars
Part of Green Lake Drive is now closed to motorized vehicles and will be for the duration of the stay at home order or until otherwise notified by Seattle Department of Transportation. The section closed is part of the Stay Healthy Streets program, which includes several miles of streets designed to allow for walking, cycling […]
Have you had a chance to view this week’s super moon?
Green Lake Park Closes Tonight at 11
The weather is warming and city officials worry that will bring people to unsafe gatherings in close proximity of each other this weekend. In response, Green Lake Park is one of 15 parks in the city that will close starting tonight at 11 p.m. and is expected to reopen early Monday morning. The others include […]
Home Cake Decorating Supply Sells Flour & All Your Baking Dream Accessories
With flour hard to find right now, we were so happy to discover a local gem called Home Cake Decorating Supply that was fully stocked. The shop on 95th and Roosevelt Way sells flour yeast, sugar and just about anything you might need to make the cake or baking project of your dreams. Home Cake Decorating […]