Log House Museum Spring Cleanup

Log House Museum Spring Cleanup
3003 61st Ave. SW
Saturday, June 5, 9-noon. Help spruce up a West Seattle icon which marks the Birthplace of Seattle. Needed: fence repair and painting, gutter cleaning, window washing, brick cleaning, patio sweeping, yard raking, box moving, and paper shredding.


Alki Log House Museum
3003 61st Ave. SW
Phone: 206-909-9366

Outdoor Bounce Fest, Hawaiian Style

Jump into summer with this fun-filled jumping extravaganza. Bounce houses, game
stations, prizes and more! Dress in your best Hawaiian outfit and get half off
admission. All ages welcome. It’s going to be a blast! $2 per person, $1 with costume.


Loyal Heights Community Center
2101 N.W. 77th St.

Urness House Environmental and Design Review

State Environmental Policy Act review for the 80-unit low-income housing development from the Compass Housing Alliance starts at 6:30 p.m. Design review starts at 8 p.m. Both meetings are open to the public and located in the Ballard High School library.


Ballard High School
1418 N.W. 65th St.

Fun at the Locks


Drop in for some family fun at the beautiful Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard. The Nordic Heritage Museum’s children’s dance group, Barneleikarringen, will lead a lively performance that will include dances in which the audience can take part.


Ballard Locks

Pippi Longstocking Day

Breakfast: 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Movie: Noon-1:30 p.m.
Breakfast: $6 for adults, $4 for children (age 4-12), free for children 3 and under. Movie: Suggested donation of $5 for adults, $3 for children.

Celebrate that spectacular Swede, Pippi Longstocking, at the always popular Breakfast at Pippi’s from 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Dress up as your favorite character from the Pippi stories and join us for a delicious breakfast of Swedish pancakes. Appropriate for all ages. No reservations needed.  read more »


Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 N.W. 67th St.

'Got Milk?' Tour at Woodland Park Zoo

The national "got milk?" Milk Mustache Mobile Tour will be cruising to the Woodland Park Zoo and hosting free events to encourage residents to “Milk the Moment” with their families, serve milk at dinnertime and educate Americans on the array of benefits and nutrients milk has to offer. The tour also offers moms a chance to share how they “milk the moment” at dinnertime for a chance to win an unforgettable family dinner with Milk Mustache celebrity and Chef Tyler Florence.

June 20: 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
June 21: 9:30-11:30 a.m.


Woodland Park Zoo
5500 Phinney Ave. N.

Greenwood Park Expansion Community Meeting

The public is invited to participate in a community meeting to refine the conceptual plans to expand Greenwood Park. Vision Greenwood Park is a volunteer group of local neighbors. The meeting will be facilitated by Site Workshop, a Seattle-based landscape architecture firm.


North Seattle Boys & Girls Club
8635 Fremont Ave. N.

13th Annual Blackjack Poker Run

Salmon Bay Eagles and the Classic Motorcycles Club of Washington is hosting the 13th annual Blackjack Poker Run. Open to all bikes and riders. Donation breakfast, 50/50 raffle, Show and Shine and mini motorcycle racing. All proceeds to benefit the "Jimmy Durante Children's Fund". Contact Rusty Beck at 206.384.9304.


Salmon Bay Eagles
5216 20th Ave. N.W.

Golden Gardens Playground Meeting 2

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites you and your family to the second of three meetings with the design team for the Golden Gardens Play Area Improvements. Parks will present schematic design alternatives for the new play area and continue the discussion on play equipment options that began at the first meeting in early April. On April 20, Parks approved the relocation of the play area to the lawn east of the Golden Gardens Bathhouse. The relocated play area will have all new equipment and will be larger than the present play area.  read more »


Golden Gardens Bathhouse
8498 Seaview Pl. N.W.

North Beach Combined Sewer Overflow Information Session

Project managers and technical staff will answer questions the county has received to date from community members, including how flows were calculated, why parks are among the sites being considered for location of the new facilities, the feasibility of “green” infrastructure, how much storage capacity is needed to effectively control CSOs, and how a project might impact a neighborhood during and after construction. A detailed schedule will be posted here.


Loyal Heights Community Center
2101 N.W. 77th St.
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