For the past few years on May 1st, various organizations and individuals have chosen to participate in coordinated and impromptu protests in downtown Seattle.
On Thursday evening, May 5th, a block association in Wedgwood will present their project at the Northeast District Council meeting. The Wedgwood Community Council and the neighboring Ravenna-Bryant Community Association have written letters of support for this street-improvement grant funding request.
On Tuesday evening, May 3rd, everyone is invited to a brainstorming session about getting food trucks in Wedgwood.
In the Spring season wild animals are out and about and may be more visible.
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On Saturday, April 30 from 10 AM to 2 PM you can bring unused medications to the Seattle Police Department for disposal — no questions asked.
Drama productions will be on-stage in the month of May at Nathan Hale High School and Eckstein Middle School.
The long-time Chinese restaurant at 7347 35th Ave NE closed for remodeling in the month of April, and is expected to re-open in the week of April 25 to 29. Along with refreshing the interior of the restaurant, the menu has been greatly expanded and a new name has been chosen, Cherry Blossom Chinese Cuisine and BBQ.
In this Spring season Seattle’s Department of Transportation (SDOT) has begun work in Wedgwood to repair pavement and to extend a through-route for bike and pedestrian travel, called a Greenway.
Wedgwood volunteers turned out in force for Spring Clean on Saturday, April 23 and they got a lot done.