Green Lake’s Fire Station 16 (6846 Oswego Place NE) held a dedication and open house today (Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012) in celebration of recent upgrades. Here are some scenes from the event, courtesy of Rebecca Nelson of Ravenna Blog:
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The Seattle Area German American (SAGA) School (520 NE Ravenna Blvd) will be hosting open houses on Wednesday, Jan. 25 and Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Attendees will be able to tour the school, meet teachers and parents, and ask questions about the preschool, pre-k, K-2, after-school programs and spring and summer camps. Children are welcome to join the tour.
KapKa, a cooperative K-5 school located just south of the Woodland Park Zoo (510 N 49th St), is holding an open house on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012, 2-4 p.m. More info, from KapKa parent Chris Park: Our school is on south end of Green Lake, near the Woodland Park Zoo south entrance and many of our current students (and alums) reside in the Green Lake neighborhood. This is the time of year when many neighborhood families will be exploring elementary schools, hoping to find just the right fit for their child. For more than 20 years, KapKa, a cooperative K-5 school, has offered an excellent progressive elementary education…
Scenes from tonight’s “Party like it’s 1927″ open house and seat unveiling at Seattle Public Theater
The Seattle Public Theater (SPT) at the Green Lake Bathhouse (7312 West Green Lake Dr N) unveiled its new seats at an open house tonight (Sunday, October 9, 2011). Details about Seattle Public Theater’s upcoming 2011-12 season can be found here. David Mamet’s The Cryptogram is currently on stage. The Seattle Public Theater is a My Green Lake advertiser.
Updated Sept. 25 with sponsorship information. The Seattle Public Theater (SPT) at the Green Lake Bathhouse (7312 West Green Lake Dr N) is unveiling new seats at an open house on Sunday, October 9, 2011, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Open house visitors are invited to “party like it’s 1927,” the year the Green Lake Bathhouse was built: In 1927 the world was hopping! Jazz, flappers and speakeasies were in, Charles Lindberg made the first solo transatlantic flight, and the Bathhouse at Green Lake was built. Later, the Bathhouse was transformed to a theater using circa 1924 seats from the former Phinney Ridge Theater. Over the…