Entries from October 2014
October 31st, 2014 by hillaryu
Baby Story Time
(For infants up to 12 months)
Wednesdays, November 5, 12, 19, 26 at 12:30 p.m.
Toddler Story Time
(Geared for ages 1-3)
Thursdays, November 6, 13, 20 at 10:15 & 11:15 a.m.
(The Library will be closed on November 27 for Thanksgiving Day.)
Preschool Story Time
(Geared for ages 3-5)
Tuesdays, November 4, 18, 25 at 10:30 a.m.
(The Library will be closed on November 11 for Veterans Day.)
Pajamas & Puppets
Wednesday, November 19 at 7:00 p.m.
(Happening one week earlier this month!)
Also, here is a quick tip from the library for well-loved items:
Kids’ materials get a LOT of love. Sometimes that love results in torn pages, broken cases and scratched discs. If you check out something and get it home to discover that it is damaged, please let the library know when you return it. They will take your word if your family was not responsible for the damage, and it helps them know what they need to repair or replace. If your child did perchance get overly fond of that book, many wounds can be mended, but please let their wonderful mending volunteers do the repair. It’s also a great opportunity to talk about how to treat library materials gently so other families can enjoy them too.
For more information, visit the Northeast Seattle Public Library website.
October 11th, 2014 by hillaryu
When:Saturday, October 18th, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Rain or Shine)
Location: On the grounds of St. Stephen’s – 4805 NE 45th Street – Seattle, WA 98105 – behind Seattle Children’s Hospital (across from Laurelhurst Park)
Cost: Only a $13 “Fright Fee” for all this FUN!
Grab your little ghosts and goblins and fly by for a spook-tacular celebration presented by Susannah White’s THREE FEET of SUNSHINE.
Come in costume for a hair-raising haunted house and enjoy pony rides, kids tunes, ghoulish games and prizes, creepy crafts, pumpkin decorating, costume contest and parade. Plus, don’t miss the Yummy Mummy Cupcake Walk, and of course, delicious Halloween Trophy Cupcakes!
In celebration of our 6th annual Monster Bash, this year will feature two LIVE performances by Recess Monkey (4pm & 5pm), as well as reusable trick-or-treat bags for every guest!
All proceeds from this fun event benefit Seattle Children’s Pediatric Advanced Care Team. Great fun for a great cause!
Bonus: Bring a new, unused costume for a Seattle Children’s Hospital patient and receive an extra special trick-or-treat!
For more information, please visit THREE FEET of SUNSHINE’s website or Facebook Page or Seattle Children’s website.
About THREE FEET of SUNSHINE:
Susannah White’s THREE FEET of SUNSHINE is a Seattle Children’s Guild, is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and families who bear the weight of potentially life-threatening illnesses, by sharing the ever-sunny disposition and steadfast spirit of sweet Susannah – a little girl, despite spending the last year of her life in the hospital, always had a smile to give and a hug to share. We raise awareness and funds aimed at providing opportunities and extending support programs devoted to enhancing quality of life for pediatric patients and their families.
October 11th, 2014 by hillaryu
Seattle City Light crews will begin work Oct. 13 to upgrade the underground electrical system in a southern section of the View Ridge neighborhood in order to improve the system’s reliability and better serve customers. The boundaries for the project are approximately: NE 65th Street on the north, NE 55th Street on the south, 33rd Avenue NE on the east, and 45th Avenue NE on the west. The project is projected to last through April 2015, and will employ methods that both mitigate cost and minimize disruption to the surrounding neighborhood.
Initial construction will involve the installation of new underground conduit, which crews will pull cable through at a later date. This work marks the next step in a series of efforts taken by Seattle City Light to improve the system’s electric reliability. Previously, City Light crews tested the vitality of cables in the area in order to identify sections that needed replacing.
During the construction period, crews will use a small-diameter boring method called horizontal directional drilling (HDD), a more cost-efficient and less intrusive alternative to open trenching. All work will be kept within city ordinances and standards, however customers should expect some noise, traffic, and dust during construction. While power outages will be required to ensure safety, all affected customers will be notified in advance of the date and time, as well as expected duration of the outages.
For more information about this and other City Light construction projects, visit their website.
October 3rd, 2014 by hillaryu
Portage Bay Cafe signed a lease for a 3,400-square-foot space in The Rooster, a 197-unit apartment building being developed at Northeast 65th Street and Roosevelt Way Northeast near Whole Foods Market. The restaurant will seat around 125 and will also include outdoor seating for summer dining.
This is the fourth Portage Bay Café for owners John and Amy Gunnar. This restaurant will continue their mission of offering organic, sustainable foods that are locally sourced whenever possible. Examples include cage-free eggs from Olympia; bacon from the Hill Meat Company and sausages made in-house with Washington’s Carlton Farms pork.
“We just really love the Roosevelt area and have been exploring the idea for awhile. We’re really proud to be a Seattle business and have been looking for more ways to expand our cafes, but also our presence as a local business that supports Washington farmers and growers and wants to be a part of the neighborhood.” says John Gunnar.
Other Portage Bay locations include South Lake Union, Ballard and the U-District.
More information, visit their website.
Welcome to the neighborhood Portage Bay Cafe!
October 3rd, 2014 by hillaryu
NEST (Northeast Seattle Together) is showcasing some of their best preferred vendors at the 1st annual Resource Fair for seniors and their families!
This event will take place at Aljoya Thornton Place from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on October 11th.
Learn from vendors in the areas of health, finances, home maintenance, daily life, and well being.
For more information, contact NEST via email or call them at (206) 525-6378.