WCC July Board meeting Monday 7/17/17 7pm

Hello Neighbors new and old, Members, Activists, Future Volunteers, come join the WCC Board of Governors for our monthly board meeting. There will be discussions of all of your favorite community concerns, along with planning our Wedgwood Community Picnic. You will also be able find out what we have in store for the picnic and get to know how you can help within our community. The meeting is at the Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, corner of NE 80th and 35th Ave NE @ 7pm in the fireside room. Hope to see you there.

Benifit show for Wedgwood’s Future Park

Happy 4th Everyone!! In just 11 days there is a family friendly event happening at 7:30 pm on Saturday July 15th @ the Wedgwood Ale House. The first set is at 8pm with a second set following at 9pm. The Benefit is all ages show, and your presence and donation will help to raise money for the design of Wedgwood’s future park on 35th Ave NE & NE 86th St. The park is currently scheduled to start design in 2018 and construction beginning in 2019. Wedgwood’s own, The Civillians are donating their time and talents for this community driven event. Robert Read More …

Tonight @ Growler Guy’s Beer, Ferns and Salutations

From Kelly Dole,Owner of Growler Guys Seattle. Our friend, community activist and the Park Steward of Thornton Creek — Dass Adams has moved to Berkeley, California. But…right now he’s back in Seattle, so we’re having a last minute PARTY Monday, May 1st, 6-9pm @ The Growler Guys. Growler Guys will be providing a few free pizzas, plus $1 off any beer, wine, or cider ordered (and one lighter beer will be just $2 per pint until the keg blows, if you say “Wedgwood Rocks”). Personally, I’ve worked with Dass for 10 years on/in Licorice Fern Natural Area, on Thornton Creek. Read More …

One Neighborhood’s Loss, Is Another’s Gain

At the end of March, our beloved local fiddler and civic activist Dass Adams, will once again take up his roots and head south to continue his civic engagement in the hotbed of activism lovingly known as Berzerkley. (Perhaps people’s park wields more power than we know.) Dass leaves us at the WCC thus ending this phase in the PNW and blazes a new path. Dass has navigated his way around the US as many of us reformed easterners have, starting in NY, a stint in DC, and Montana.

WCC Meeting Digest for Nov 22nd.

Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, and I am out of my food coma, I can reflect upon our WCC meeting and share what the take away’s were. On Tuesday November 22nd, the OneLife Community Church at 3524 NE 95th Street, played host to the WCC monthly meeting. We had Caylen Beaty, from SDOT attend our meeting and provide us with a 10-15 minute presentation regarding the North Paving projects for 2018. We also had Pamela Bowe, from the Meadowbrook Community Council, speak to us regarding neighborhood HUBS and emergency preparedness. During Caylens presentation she explained what factors are going Read More …