The Emerald City Women’s Chorus extends an invitation to women of all ages who want to sing in a non-audition chorus in North Seattle. The chorus is a fun and supportive community of singers who love to sing for the joy of it. They want to expand membership for all parts and welcome new singers.
This is an invitation to all women who want to sing with a non-audition chorus in North Seattle. The Emerald City Women’s Chorus is looking for more members. The chorus meets in the Wedgwood neighborhood on Monday nights (7:30-9:30 p.m.) during the “school year.”
Earlier this year, the Rain City Women’s Chorus disbanded after 34 years of providing women who love to sing an opportunity to come together to learn new music, make friends, and to share their passion for music with the Seattle community at quarterly concerts. Many of the chorus members want to continue singing together, so there’s a new Women’s Chorus forming in Wedgwood, and they’re hoping more neighbors (and their friends) will join them.
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.
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.
In July 2016 the Fiddler’s Inn, 9219 35th Ave NE, will have baseball, brew, BBQ and fiddle music — just not all at the same time.
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.
On Tuesday, June 14, Wedgwood Community Church and the Rainbow City Marching Band will host their annual Neighborhood Parade and Ice Cream Social.