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.

Letters To Santa Drop Box In Green Lake

Need a place to drop off your list of toys and cheer you want Santa to bring you this year? We spotted this dropbox at the Green Lake Bartell Drugs (419 NE 71st St). There’s still time. T minus 16 days.

Happy Thanksgiving

This post is our 2,002 post since launching Seattle Greenlaker, back on May 11, 2014. These 5+ years have celebrated some of the amazing people, place and events that have made Green Lake beautiful. Because it is Thanksgiving, I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you to the man on Keen Way who always […]

Two Green Lake Gems Make For the Perfect Date Night

Here’s a question – when you go out for a nice dinner, do you stay in Green Lake or go to other parts of the city? When my husband and I go out for dinner, without our kiddos in tow, we often leave Green Lake. I don’t know if it has to do with leaving […]

Green Lake Pathway Of Lights 2019 Details

Green Lake’s park-wide holiday event is less than a month away. Mark your calendars, because rain or shine, on Saturday December 14 from 4:30- 7:30 p.m. there will be carolers, jazz bands and many other musical performances in three different areas of the lake. Specifically, The Green Lake Community Center on the east side, the Green Lake Small […]

New Green Lake Crew Boat House Slated For 2021

A new community boathouse may find its home in Green Lake as soon as 2021. The design was focused on making Green Lake more accessible to people of any background or ability level. Community volunteers in partnership with Green Lake Rowing Advisory Council, Associated Recreation Council, and Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club have raised a total of $5.8 million from public […]

United Way Looking For Volunteer Tax Preparers

We received this call for volunteers from United Way to help find tax preparers for families that need help filing returns. “Every year in Washington State, low- and middle-income families and individuals struggle to pay the bills and keep food on the table. During tax time, it can make an unstable situation even worse. Not […]

Reminder To Lock Your Car At Night

We received a good reminder from a fellow Greenlaker, Zac, who said, “Just wanted to share a warning to the neighborhood that prowlers have been cruising around at night, and to keep car doors locked and not to leave any valuables in them, even if hidden. Our dumb luck: twice this week our cars were […]

Seattle Public Theater’s Holiday Lineup

I have an embarrassing confession. I have never been to a show at Seattle Public Theater. It is walking distance from my house. I know, I know. I can use my excuse of having two little kiddos, but honestly there really is no excuse. I am fixing that in a few weeks by going to […]

Green Lake Dragonfly Mural Showcased In International Art Guide

Green Lake’s dragonfly mural is featured in Bloomberg Philanthropies & Bloomberg Associates Asphalt Art Guide, which was released earlier this week. The guide showcases the way that “cities use art and community engagement to improve street safety and revitalize public space.” The art effort led by Greenlaker Lisa Cach in 2013, is truly a neighborhood […]

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