The Find It, Fix It Walk with Mayor Ed Murray is rescheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19th, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The walk starts at Baker Park.
TONIGHT: Please come to Whittier Heights Community Council’s fall meeting tonight, Monday, Oct. 17th, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Ballard Church (1460 NW 73rd St.). From 7:00-8:00 p.m., City Councilmember Mike O’Brien will be there for a Q&A to talk with us about our community’s interests and concerns.
After 8:00 p.m., Whittier residents and businesses owners will discuss the newly released Crown Hill Urban Village map and how it impacts our neighborhood. We’ll also provide an update on our community council committees formed in January. Please see the Crown Hill Urban Village Smart Growth Committee’s website for details: New Crown Hill Urban Village map
Saturday’s Find It, Fix It Walk with the Mayor is postponed. Here’s a message from the City staff who are organizing the walk:
“Due to a severe weather forecast for this coming Saturday, October 15, and out of an abundance of caution, the Crown Hill / Whittier Heights Find It, Fix It Walk will be postponed until a later date.Safety is the number one priority in this decision. Both with City staff needed for emergency response efforts and potential dangers facing neighbors, a walk on Saturday would not provide the opportunity you deserve to voice your concerns.”
Stay tuned. Whittier Heights Community Council and the Crown Hill Committee for Smart Growth are coordinating the walk with the City, and will keep you posted in a new date. Please check our websites for updates: WHCC and CHUV-CSG.
Join Whittier Heights and Crown Hill neighbors for a “Find It, Fix It Walk” with Mayor Murray and several City department leaders on Sat., Oct. 15th, 12:45-2:45 p.m. starting at Baker Park (14th Ave NW south of 85th St.). Visit Crown Hill Urban Village Committee for Smart Growth for details.
“Friends and neighbors! Whittier Hts Community Council invites you to join your neighbors new and old for a casual meet ‘n’ greet Happy Hour at The Barking Dog next Monday evening. Hear about multiple upcoming Whittier Hts Community Council WHCC events, such as the Mayor’s “Find It, Fix It Walk,” and grab a beer and a salad and meet Whittier Heights residents including the new owner of the Dog, Dan Anderson. Official time 5:30-7:30, but come and go whenever and say hello! REEEALLY hope to see you there! Cheers.” –Brent Lackey, WHCC president
Please come to Whittier Heights Community Council’s fall meeting on Monday, Oct. 17th, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Ballard Church (1460 NW 73rd St.). City Councilmember Mike O’Brien will be there to talk with us. In addition, the agenda will include a follow up to the “Find It, Fix It Walk” with the Mayor in Whittier Heights and Crown Hill on Oct. 15th as well as the newly released Crown Hill Urban Village map and how it impacts Whittier Heights.
Please see the Crown Hill Urban Village Smart Growth Committee’s website for walk and map details:Find It, Fix It Walk, Oct. 15th, 12:45-2:45 p.m. starting at Baker Park: http://crownhillurbanvillage.org/rsvp-find-fix-event-mayor-ed-murray/
New Crown Hill Urban Village map: http://crownhillurbanvillage.org/city-releases-draft-chuv-upzone-maps/
Please join us for a “Find It, Fix It Walk” with Mayor Murray on Sat., Oct. 15th, 12:45-2:45 p.m. starting at Baker Park (14th Ave NW south of 85th St.). Details here: http://crownhillurbanvillage.org/mayor-ed-murray-visiting-crown-hill-whittier-heights-find-fix-community-walk
Paint & Hide: a neighborhood treasure hunt! Look for hidden painted rocks around Whittier Heights, including Kirke Park, and post photos of them to the “NW Seattle Rocks” Facebook page: www.facebook.com/groups/1648919948767507/
1. Gather a few rocks, paint, brushes and decorate your rocks!
2. Write “NW Seattle Rocks, Facebook” on the bottom of the rocks so finder knows to which Facebook group to post photos of found rocks.
3. Hide your rock!
The Tangerine Trio will perform in the Kirke P-Patch on Thursday, August 25, at 7 p.m. This a family
friendly event. Please bring an appetizer to share, your ownbeverage and a chair.
Did you know the Kirke Park P-Patch on 9th Ave NW has a giving garden to grow vegetables for the Ballard Food Bank? The p-patch gardeners grow, harvest and deliver the veggies. Here’s today’s 17 lb. bounty of kale, beans, zucchini, tomatoes, snap peas and chard. A food bank shopper commented, “you can’t get more local than that!”
Do you have extra from your garden or fruit trees? Please consider donating: www.ballardfoodbank.org/donate-food/