There will be a burst of activities around Wedgwood in the month of June 2016, with something for everyone, including a food truck for Wedgwood.
We got soaking wet at Saturday’s WCC meet-and-greet in the rain, but we had fun anyway.
Friday, June 3 is National Doughnut Day with food bank donations accepted at Top Pot locations, plus a raffle and prizes.
Brighten up your porch or windowsill with potted plants and hanging baskets from the Plant Sale on Saturday, June 4th.
On Saturday, June 4th, a Skills Mob will be held as part of an annual clean-up at the Gathering Place at Hunter Tree Farm.
Sustainable NE Seattle is offering training in how to network with your neighbors to help one another in the event of a disaster.
Plan ahead: mark your calendar for a festival event on Saturday, June 11th in Meadowbrook, the neighborhood just north of Wedgwood, where you can learn about the Thornton Creek Watershed.
Kids can learn food preparation skills at a summer camp session right here in Wedgwood.
Go on a family-friendly bird walk on Tuesday morning, June 7th with bird guides from Seattle Audubon Society.
During this Bike-to-School-and-Work Week which Clint Loper helped to create, we mourn the phenomenal community activist who died on Wednesday, May 18, after a two-month battle with leukemia.