News from our neighbors …
Wallingford: The North End Candidate Debate, held at Lincoln High School on October 13, is now available online.
Wallingford: Wallyhood has created a handy Voter Guide Round-Up.
Queen Anne: Susan Hutchison, candidate for King County Executive, speaks about Boeing’s exit from Seattle.
Wallingford: Ivar’s Fall Cider Celebration is on November 12th.
Greenwood: The “Aurora Elephant” will be raised at Aurora Rents around 8:30 or 9 on Monday morning.
Greenwood: The Greenwood Wing Dome will be donating a portion of their sales today, until 9 p.m., to the Greenwood Fire Relief Fund.
Lake City: The Seattle Mennonite Church is holding an international gift sale on November 13th and 14th to support Ten Thousand Villages.
Pinehurst: Everyone is welcome at Victory Creek on Sunday, November 8th. Neighbors will be removing invasive plants, mulching, planting native species, and cleaning up the litter in the park.
Maple Leaf: Attend a presentation on Thornton Creek Watershed history on November 12th.
New and expanded businesses:
Wallingford: Izilla Toys, the well-known Capitol Hill toy shop, will be opening a “Holiday Annex” in Wallingford Center starting November 2nd.
Greenwood: Couth Buzzard Books is reopening at a new location: 8310 Greenwood Ave.
Greenwood: Discussion continues in the community about Fred Meyer’s plans to rebuild.
Northgate: New Japanese restaurant Setsuna has opened.
Queen Anne: Opal Bistro closed yesterday.
Queen Anne: Free basketball referee clinics are being offered by Seattle Parks & Recreation the week of November 2 and December 7. Trained students and adults can earn $20 per game, accrue high school community service hours and support youth basketball at Queen Anne Community Center.
Wedgewood: Visit Wedgwood Elementary this week for it’s annual used book sale.
Wallingford: A bunch of oxycotin was stolen from Bartell Drugs by a guy in wrap-around sunglasses.
Wallingford: A dude in a bathrobe has been seen peering (that’s peering, not peeing) into houses.
Greenwood: The Seattle Fire Department has determined that the fire that took out four businesses on N 85th St was arson.
Maple Leaf: Three kids rob a man at gunpoint.
Eastlake: A pizza shop owner apologizes to the Eastlake community for his role in importing Canadian marijuana into the U.S.