Sustainable Ballard Festival this weekend

Make sure you keep at a least one afternoon clear this weekend to visit the always-popular Sustainable Ballard Festival at Ballard Commons Park. The annual event features live music, interactive workshops, educational activities and family fun with an emphasis on neighborhood sustainability. Last year, thousands of people visited the two-day event, visiting more than 50 […]

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Tigertail restaurant on 65th closed

9/25 update:  The State Liquor Control Board now says there is no issue with Tigertail’s license and the King County Recorder’s Office has no liens on record that would indicate an IRS property seizure.   The sign on the door at Tigertail restaurant and bar on 65th St. says the establishment has been temporarily closed by the Liquor Control Board. […]

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Learn about Girl Scouts Wednesday night

The Girl Scouts of Western Washington is hosting an informational meeting on Wednesday night from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Ballard Library. Here’s information that was sent to us: Attention all girls everywhere…Do you want to share and explore new things with your friends? Sing and make s’mores around the campfire? Build a […]

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Students learn anti-violence from theatre group

West Woodland Elementary students are getting a lesson in bullying today. Taproot Theatre’s Road Company is performing their new educational play, Super School. For 25 years the traveling group has performed social-issues plays to schools throughout the Pacific Northwest and this year’s play “teaches kids about preventing violence and managing their emotions by presenting them […]

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