For Better and Wurst
Whether you are heading back to school yourself, or are a parent doing an internal happy dance that school is in session again, this neighborhood fall festival is a great way to kick off the school year. Celebrating 40 years, the Great Wallingford Wurst Fest takes over the playyard at St. Benedict School filling it […]
Send off Summer with Flare – the Luminata is Back!
On September 24, Green Lake will again become a fantasy landscape alight with hundreds of lanterns to celebrate the autumnal equinox, the tipping point between summer and fall, light and dark. On the autumnal equinox, the Sun is directly above the equator, and day and night are the same lengths. It is traditionally a time […]
Buy Nothing Free Day in Wallingford and Fremont Saturday
What’s better than a garage sale? A free one! It’s a free-for-all this Saturday, July 30, 2022 from 9am-3pm in Wallingford and Fremont, according to flyers popping up near Meridan Park recently. For searchers, no need to win a Facebook lottery, and for givers, no need to arrange and wait for the pickup that may […]
Gardeners, Get Ready: Seattle’s Massive Plant Sale is Back!
Tilth Alliance’s Edible Plant Sale is the unofficial kick-off to spring for gardeners who like to grow their own (food, that is). Held traditionally at Meridian Park Playground, 4800 Meridian Ave N, on the first weekend of May, it became so popular that waiting in line for a timed ticket became the hallmark of spring. […]
Homegrown Garden Sale in Tangletown Saturday
Still planting your 2021 garden? We’ve got you. This Saturday, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., find perennials for sun and shade, herbs, annual tomato, squash, and flower starts, potted dahlias, unusual shrubs, and climbing vines, and even some berry plants at this home sale. There’s a wide variety of choice plants, in limited quantities. […]
Outdoor Art in Bloom Tour This Weekend
The Annual Seattle Art in Bloom tour, usually a studio tour, is moving outside this year to yards and open garages to permit social distancing. Get inspired by the work of more than 25 local artists in eight yards from Ballard to Northgate on a self-guided walking or driving tour this weekend, April 23-25, from […]