Thanks to everyone who came out to picnic with us yesterday! We captured a few photos of the fun, but if you have others you’d like to add to the gallery, let us know at email@example.com.
Join Friends of Sand Point Magnuson Park on Sunday, October 15, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. for a celebration of Sand Point Aviation History. The day will include model exhibits, storytelling, paper aircraft building, an indoor flying demonstration and tours of the Historic District.
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is now accepting applications for the Fall Quarter of the People’s Academy for Community Engagement (PACE). PACE is a civic leadership development program dedicated to teaching hands-on skills to the next wave of community leaders. The Fall Quarter begins October 7 and runs through November 4.
In July, Seattle Parks & Recreation published its 2017 Parks and Open Space Plan. Highlights of Planned Capital Projects in the plan included development of 14 new parks at land-banked sites, which includes Wedgwood’s future park at the corner of 35th Ave NE & NE 86th Street.
Join Recology CleanScapes and Seattle Public Utilities for a free community recycling collection event at the Wedgwood Presbyterian Church Parking Lot on Saturday, September 23 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
As part of its Community Conversation series, Lake City Future First invites you to join your neighbors for great food from local vendors and tours of several of Lake City’s parks on Wednesday, August 30, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
If you feel like City Hall is not listening, it’s time to subscribe to our “4 to Explore” newsletter for North Seattle in addition to the Wedgwood Echo. Founded four years ago, “4 to Explore” covers issues and events from Wallingford to Wedgwood. No ads and no holding back.
Backyard Barter will be holding its August Barter at the Hunter Tree Farm on Sunday, August 27 between 1:00-3:00 PM.
The 2017 Wedgwood Community Picnic is coming up on September 16, and we need cashiers, barbacks, and gatekeepers to help make it a successful event.
Earlier this year, the Rain City Women’s Chorus disbanded after 34 years of providing women who love to sing an opportunity to come together to learn new music, make friends, and to share their passion for music with the Seattle community at quarterly concerts. Many of the chorus members want to continue singing together, so there’s a new Women’s Chorus forming in Wedgwood, and they’re hoping more neighbors (and their friends) will join them.