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New Year’s sunset on Green Lake

Many thanks to Steve Boyd of MacDonald Boyd and Associates (6424 E Green Lake Way N) for sharing this photo, which he shot on New Year’s Day with his iPhone:

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2012 Bad Wig and Ugly Tracksuit Walk

More than three dozen participants came out for today’s New Year’s Day Bad Wig and Ugly Tracksuit Walk at Green Lake Park. Here’s a group shot, courtesy of Marlow Harris: Thanks, Marlow!

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New Year’s Day Bad Wig and Ugly Tracksuit Walk

The New Year’s Day Bad Wig and Ugly Tracksuit Walk is returning to Green Lake Park this Sunday (Jan. 1, 2012) at noon. Here are some scenes from the 2011 walk, courtesy of Marlow Harris: The walk starts at the Green Lake wading pool, which is located on the north end of Green Lake Park at Wallingford Ave N & East Green Lake Dr N. For more information, contact Marlow Harris at marlowharris [at] msn.com.  

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This weekend in Green Lake

Updated Friday, 7:25 p.m.   Happy New Year! Here is what’s happening this weekend in our part of the city: Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011 1:15-4:30 p.m. Vedanta Society philosophical dialogue on “freedom and bondage” at the Green Lake Library. [info] 3:30 p.m. The Interfaith Community Church’s New Year’s Eve at Green Lake event. [info] 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.  Guitarist Bill Chism at the Greenlake Bar & Grill. [info] 10 p.m. – 12:30 a.m.  Jim and Beth Wulff at the Greenlake Bar & Grill. [info] Sunday, Jan. 1, 2011 12 p.m. Kangaroo and Kiwi’s Guinness Dash around Green Lake. [info] 12 p.m. Bad Wig and…

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2011 New Year’s Day Bad Wig and Ugly Tracksuit Walk

The New Year’s Day Bad Wig and Ugly Tracksuit Walk is returning to Green Lake this Saturday (Jan. 1, 2011). The walk starts at noon at the Green Lake wading pool, which is located on the north end of Green Lake Park at Wallingford Ave N & East Green Lake Dr N. “Luckily,” a post about the event on Seattle Twistreads, “wigs do offer some insulation from hangovers and there’s no need to fret about bad bed-head.” The walk will happen rain or shine and kids are welcome.

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