We’d like to welcome Blue Poppy Floral to Wedgwood. They’re located on the north-west corner of 35th Ave NE and NE 85th St, next to the Wedgwood Ale House. Blue Poppy Floral and Gifts specializes in floral arrangements for the home, events, and special occasions. They also have a vast array of house plants, including orchids, kokedama, air plants, tropical, terrarium bar/succulents, and a wide variety of unique gifts and treats for people and pooches.
We’d like to welcome Pinecone Pre-K to the neighborhood. An engaging, well-rounded preschool curriculum that teaches kindergarten-readiness and social-emotional skills. Developmentally appropriate lessons within core subjects of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) and Early Literacy. Creating a close-knit community within a uniquely small class size of 10 students. Enriching Art, Music, Movement and Library programs with support from local guest teachers. Celebrating childhood as a time to love, laugh, play, and learn! Check out their website for more information about them and their summer camp, enrollment, and curriculum.
Join (mend)bicycles this weekend as they celebrate the first anniversary of their Wedgwood location! They’ll have specials and raffles on Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20. On Saturday from noon until 5:00 p.m. they’ll also have hotdogs and refreshments. (mend)bicycles is located at 7500 1/2 35th Ave NE.
The Garden Treasures Nursery and Organic Farm stand returns to Hunter Tree Farm for a one-day spring market on Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Thanks to all who participated in this year’s business district trick-or-treat! Next year we’ll have to recruit a few volunteer photographers to capture more of the fun, but we did manage to get a few photos of the event.
After 8 years of serving Wedgwood, Blossoming Buds Cottage has elected to give up their drop-off location at 7501 35th Ave NE.
It’s that time of year again! Kick off your Halloween celebrations at the Wedgwood business district trick-or-treat on Tuesday, October 31st from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.
The Garden Treasures Nursery and Organic Farm stand, which opened at Hunter Tree Farm in August, will continue selling a diverse range of locally grown produce through October.
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.
We’re excited to welcome another farm stand to Wedgwood this summer! Garden Treasures Nursery and Organic Farm will be selling a diverse range of locally grown produce on most Saturdays in August and September at Hunter Tree Farm.