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2012 Cinco de Mayo block party at the Green Lake Tacos Guaymas

What do you think? (2 Comments) April 29, 2012 at 12:03PM

Updated May 2, 2012

 

The Green Lake Tacos Guaymas (6808 E Green Lake Way N) is once again celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a block party. The event is now in its eleventh year.

The party will be on Saturday, May 5, 2012, 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.

Note that, due to the event, Metro Route 26 will be rerouted off 2nd Ave NE in the northbound direction from 7 a.m. until midnight. Route 26 heading toward Green Lake will travel instead via Woodlawn Ave NE, 4th Ave NE and East Green Lake Way N. Route 26 heading toward downtown will not be affected.

 

For more information or to pre-order tickets, call (206) 729-6563.

 

 

The Green Lake Tacos Guaymas is a My Green Lake advertiser.


2 Responses to “2012 Cinco de Mayo block party at the Green Lake Tacos Guaymas”

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  2. Franklin54456 says:

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        On 11/19/1863, a grateful U.S. president from Illinois, traveled to where America’s enemies were defeated and delivered the Gettysburg address.
        On 5/1/2012, a grateful U.S. president from Illinois, traveled to the location where a united America’s armies had once again defeated America’s enemies and spoke to the world.