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Green Lake community wellness fair at the Hearthstone

  Village Cove and The Hearthstone (6720 East Green Lake Way N) are hosting a community health fair on Friday, March 16, 2012, 1-4 p.m. The free event is open to all ages. The event will include speakers, demonstrations and information from leading healthcare professionals, educational and cultural venues, the City of Seattle, and the Hearthstone’s Green Lake community partners. There will be information about volunteer opportunities, continuing education, Parks and Recreation programs and services, emergency preparedness and overall wellness. Free parking will be available at the Green Lake Elementary School playground.   Village Cove and The Hearthstone are My Green Lake advertisers. 

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Community invited to meeting about Route 16 at The Hearthstone

Last October, King County Metro published a proposal for a September 2012 change to Greater Seattle’s transit system. The proposed service change includes a modification of Route 16, which connects downtown Seattle to the Northgate neighborhood via east Green Lake. If the current proposal is adopted, trips would be added to Route 16, and the north part of the route would be moved to N 92nd St and 1st Ave NE. Currently, the route travels via College Way N, Meridian Avenue N and NE Northgate Way between North Seattle Community College and the Northgate Transit Center.   Several residents of The Hearthstone, a continuing care retirement community in east Green Lake, are unhappy…

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Village Cove construction update

Progress continues at Woodlawn Ave NE and Latona Ave NE, the future site of independent living retirement community Village Cove. Village Cove is an expansion of The Hearthstone, a continuing care retirement community located at 6720 E Green Lake Way N. The four-story building will contain 28 luxury one- and two-bedroom units on the top three floors, retail spaces on the ground floor, and underground parking. Since groundbreaking in May, more than 3,000 tons of soil containing dry-cleaning contaminants has been excavated from the property. “We had hoped to be in construction by now, but often there are glitches that happen,” Mary Lou Stuenzi, CEO of the Hearthstone, said in…

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Hearthstone resident says she is “madder than a wet hen” about proposed change to Route 16

Last month, King County Metro published a proposal for a September 2012 change to Greater Seattle’s transit system. The proposed service change includes a new route, Route 63, which would replace Route 26. We took a close look at this possible new route here. Metro is also proposing changes to Route 16, which connects downtown Seattle to the Northgate neighborhood via east Green Lake. Under the proposed service change, trips would be added Route 16, and the north part of the route would be moved to N 92nd St and 1st Ave NE. Currently, the route travels via College Way N, Meridian Avenue N and NE Northgate Way between North…

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New book “Seattle On Ice” includes scenes from Green Lake

Local author Mike Attebery wrote to tell us that his new novel, Seattle On Ice, features scenes from the Green Lake neighborhood. The story’s finale, according to Attebery, takes place at The Hearthstone (6720 East Green Lake Way N) and on the lake. From Amazon.com: Like the secret love child of Dirty Harry and Martha Stewart, Brick Ransom is a rookie cop with a taste for fine dining and zero patience for slovenly deadbeats and criminal scum. In the middle of a rare Northwest blizzard, Brick is forced to cut his dinner short in order to protect three key witnesses – a…

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