The Wedgwood Community Picnic on Saturday, September 17th, was a rip-roaring success and a good time was had by all!
OK, it’s raining but the Wedgwood Community Picnic is still ON! Begins at 4 PM on Saturday, September 17th at the Hunter Tree Farm and covered seating is available. Make a membership donation to the Wedgwood Community Council and get a free t-shirt.
The Wedgwood Community Picnic on Saturday, September 17th, will include a magician show and face painting for kids. Everyone is invited out for this community gathering from 4 to 8 PM at the Hunter Tree Farm, 7744 35th Ave NE next to the post office.
There will be plenty of parades, partying and playing outdoors in the sunshine in the months of July-August 2016 in northeast Seattle, with some road closures and election ballots thrown into the mix.
One of the best northeast Seattle events of the summer is the three-day SalmonFest extravaganza in Lake City from Friday, August 5th through Sunday the 7th. There will be an all-day street festival, parades, food vendors and beer garden. Get more details of the schedule on the SalmonFest Page.
On Saturday, August 13, City Councilmember Debora Juarez will host a Party in the Park called Live in D5 for all residents of District 5, which includes Wedgwood north of NE 85th Street.
The week of July 11 to 16, 2016 is full of opportunities to enjoy music, movies and more, in Wedgwood and nearby northeast Seattle venues.
The Northgate Community Center will have a tenth-anniversary party on Friday, July 15th from 6 to 8 PM. The Community Center is located across 5th Ave NE from the Macy’s side of the Northgate Mall, and is next door to the Northgate Branch Library.
The Wedgwood Art Festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 9 and 10, and along with the vendor booths the Festival offers a wide array of food, music, childrens activities and entertainment.
Thursday, July 7th is the start of Outdoor Movie Season at Magnuson Park, with food and entertainment in the early evening before the movie begins.