Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Navigating the Elder Care Maze

Aging and Disability Services—the Area Agency on Aging for Seattle-King County— would like you to know about two important services and the agency’s interest in enhancing services in the coming year. “I need to find assisted living for my mom.” “My father-in-law doesn’t drive and can’t use Metro. He needs information on transportation options.” “I’m providing regular…

Free Public Art Bike Tour Sept. 20

Grab your helmets and join others for a FREE bicycle tour of public artworks along North Seattle’s Interurban Trail. Partnering with the Cascade Bike Club and Spokespeople, the Office of Arts & Culture is offering this family-friendly, all-ages, three-mile bike tour that will take you from Greenwood to Bitter Lake. We will stop to view public…

Bite of Broadview Sept. 26, 27 28

The Bite of Broadview will happen again on September 26, 27 and 28. The Bite of Broadview, commonly called “BOB”, is an annual Seattle-based community event that draws thousands from around the entire Puget Sound area.   The Bite of Broadview is held at Christ the King on 117th and Phinney Ave N. After 37 years…

BCC Sept. 16 Meeting Will Focus on Broadview Transportation Needs

Mind the Gap: Broadview Transportation Needs  Seattle’s “Bridging the Gap” transportation levy ends already next year. The process for the next levy is underway.  What comes next? What can Broadview ask for? Learn from community members and city SDOT staff about the various neighborhood and transportation plans and what is likely to make it in…

Friends of Piper’s Orchard to Host Eighth Annual Festival of Fruit

The Friends of Piper’s Orchard invite the community to join them in celebrating Carkeek Park’s historic orchard on September 13. Events will include cider pressing and tasting, live music, activities for kids, guided tours of the historic orchard and more. When: Saturday, September 13, 2013 What time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (cider making presentation…

Fire Station Dedication and Open House September 6

The renovations to the fire station on N 130th St. are finished and there will be an open house for the public on Saturday Sept. 6 from 11 AM to 1 PM.

Broadview Garage Sales Locations This Weekend

Here is a map of garage sales in Broadview this weekend.

SPD North Precinct Picnic is August 24th

This year the Seattle Police Department’s north precinct picnic is Sunday August 24th at University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, from 1 – 4 pm. Picnics in the Precincts are fun activities SPD and Seattle Police Foundation hold every year that provide an opportunity for the business and residential communities in each of Seattle’s…

Free Trees for Neighborhoods

You can get free trees to plant around your home.  The Seattle reLeaf program is accepting applications for up to four free trees. The Trees for Neighborhoods program helps Seattle residents plant trees around their homes. Since 2009, Trees for Neighborhoods has planted over 4,000 trees in yards and along streets. That’s 4,000 more trees…

Hold a Night Out Block Party August 5th

If your block is having a Night Out block party on Tuesday be sure to attend.  Even if one hasn’t been organized already, you can still put one together.  It’s fun and you and your neighbors will get to know each other, and have a good time. More information is at the Night Out website….

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Navigating the Elder Care Maze

Aging and Disability Services—the Area Agency on Aging for Seattle-King County— would like you to know about two important services and the agency’s interest in enhancing services in the coming year. “I need to find assisted living for my mom.” “My father-in-law doesn’t drive and can’t use Metro. He needs information on transportation options.” “I’m providing regular…

Free Public Art Bike Tour Sept. 20

Grab your helmets and join others for a FREE bicycle tour of public artworks along North Seattle’s Interurban Trail. Partnering with the Cascade Bike Club and Spokespeople, the Office of Arts & Culture is offering this family-friendly, all-ages, three-mile bike tour that will take you from Greenwood to Bitter Lake. We will stop to view public…

Bite of Broadview Sept. 26, 27 28

The Bite of Broadview will happen again on September 26, 27 and 28. The Bite of Broadview, commonly called “BOB”, is an annual Seattle-based community event that draws thousands from around the entire Puget Sound area.   The Bite of Broadview is held at Christ the King on 117th and Phinney Ave N. After 37 years…

BCC Sept. 16 Meeting Will Focus on Broadview Transportation Needs

Mind the Gap: Broadview Transportation Needs  Seattle’s “Bridging the Gap” transportation levy ends already next year. The process for the next levy is underway.  What comes next? What can Broadview ask for? Learn from community members and city SDOT staff about the various neighborhood and transportation plans and what is likely to make it in…

Friends of Piper’s Orchard to Host Eighth Annual Festival of Fruit

The Friends of Piper’s Orchard invite the community to join them in celebrating Carkeek Park’s historic orchard on September 13. Events will include cider pressing and tasting, live music, activities for kids, guided tours of the historic orchard and more. When: Saturday, September 13, 2013 What time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (cider making presentation…

Fire Station Dedication and Open House September 6

The renovations to the fire station on N 130th St. are finished and there will be an open house for the public on Saturday Sept. 6 from 11 AM to 1 PM.

Broadview Garage Sales Locations This Weekend

Here is a map of garage sales in Broadview this weekend.

SPD North Precinct Picnic is August 24th

This year the Seattle Police Department’s north precinct picnic is Sunday August 24th at University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, from 1 – 4 pm. Picnics in the Precincts are fun activities SPD and Seattle Police Foundation hold every year that provide an opportunity for the business and residential communities in each of Seattle’s…

Free Trees for Neighborhoods

You can get free trees to plant around your home.  The Seattle reLeaf program is accepting applications for up to four free trees. The Trees for Neighborhoods program helps Seattle residents plant trees around their homes. Since 2009, Trees for Neighborhoods has planted over 4,000 trees in yards and along streets. That’s 4,000 more trees…

Hold a Night Out Block Party August 5th

If your block is having a Night Out block party on Tuesday be sure to attend.  Even if one hasn’t been organized already, you can still put one together.  It’s fun and you and your neighbors will get to know each other, and have a good time. More information is at the Night Out website….

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Navigating the Elder Care Maze

Aging and Disability Services—the Area Agency on Aging for Seattle-King County— would like you to know about two important services and the agency’s interest in enhancing services in the coming year. “I need to find assisted living for my mom.” “My father-in-law doesn’t drive and can’t use Metro. He needs information on transportation options.” “I’m providing regular…

Free Public Art Bike Tour Sept. 20

Grab your helmets and join others for a FREE bicycle tour of public artworks along North Seattle’s Interurban Trail. Partnering with the Cascade Bike Club and Spokespeople, the Office of Arts & Culture is offering this family-friendly, all-ages, three-mile bike tour that will take you from Greenwood to Bitter Lake. We will stop to view public…

Bite of Broadview Sept. 26, 27 28

The Bite of Broadview will happen again on September 26, 27 and 28. The Bite of Broadview, commonly called “BOB”, is an annual Seattle-based community event that draws thousands from around the entire Puget Sound area.   The Bite of Broadview is held at Christ the King on 117th and Phinney Ave N. After 37 years…

BCC Sept. 16 Meeting Will Focus on Broadview Transportation Needs

Mind the Gap: Broadview Transportation Needs  Seattle’s “Bridging the Gap” transportation levy ends already next year. The process for the next levy is underway.  What comes next? What can Broadview ask for? Learn from community members and city SDOT staff about the various neighborhood and transportation plans and what is likely to make it in…

Friends of Piper’s Orchard to Host Eighth Annual Festival of Fruit

The Friends of Piper’s Orchard invite the community to join them in celebrating Carkeek Park’s historic orchard on September 13. Events will include cider pressing and tasting, live music, activities for kids, guided tours of the historic orchard and more. When: Saturday, September 13, 2013 What time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (cider making presentation…

Fire Station Dedication and Open House September 6

The renovations to the fire station on N 130th St. are finished and there will be an open house for the public on Saturday Sept. 6 from 11 AM to 1 PM.

Broadview Garage Sales Locations This Weekend

Here is a map of garage sales in Broadview this weekend.

SPD North Precinct Picnic is August 24th

This year the Seattle Police Department’s north precinct picnic is Sunday August 24th at University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, from 1 – 4 pm. Picnics in the Precincts are fun activities SPD and Seattle Police Foundation hold every year that provide an opportunity for the business and residential communities in each of Seattle’s…

Free Trees for Neighborhoods

You can get free trees to plant around your home.  The Seattle reLeaf program is accepting applications for up to four free trees. The Trees for Neighborhoods program helps Seattle residents plant trees around their homes. Since 2009, Trees for Neighborhoods has planted over 4,000 trees in yards and along streets. That’s 4,000 more trees…

Hold a Night Out Block Party August 5th

If your block is having a Night Out block party on Tuesday be sure to attend.  Even if one hasn’t been organized already, you can still put one together.  It’s fun and you and your neighbors will get to know each other, and have a good time. More information is at the Night Out website….