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.
Just in time for Bike Month in May, Wedgwood’s (mend)bicycles is planning a grand opening and spring kick off event on Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30 from 2-6 PM.
Mend Bicycles at 7500 1/2 35th Ave NE is ready to do your bike tune-up or help you with the purchase of a new bike for the Spring season of outdoor activity. Mend Bicycles is open from 10 to 6 daily (phone 787-0670) and is located on the lower level behind the I Love Bento at the corner of NE 75th Street.
Are you planning to cook Valentines Day dinner at home? You can finish the meal with a flourish, by ordering a special dessert from Cafe Javasti from their Wedgwood or Maple Leaf store.
Fun, food, and music is on the schedule in February 2017 at the Fiddler’s Inn, 9219 35th Ave NE in Wedgwood, beginning with a Superbowl Party on Sunday, February 5th.