What’s on this weekend

This last weekend of September is full of community events, including Oktoberfest, meetings with local lawmakers, and Ballard history tours. If you want to add your event to the schedule, email us at tips@myballard.com. Have a great weekend! FRIDAY, September 25 Live Music Country Blues: The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band w/ The Shivering Denizens at  Tractor […]

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Equal Voice brings attention to funding challenges at Ballard NW Senior Center

On any given day of the week, the Ballard NW Senior Center is buzzing. From yoga to foreign language classes and even tax help, it’s an important resource for the older residents of Seattle. The center sees roughly 4,000 members, but they’re worried about keeping up with the costs of operations. National news organization Equal Voice News just released a multimedia story […]

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Ballard Development Update: one subdivision application

It’s a quiet week for development plans in Ballard: just one subdivision application makes up today’s development update from the City of Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) as posted in the Land Use Information Bulletin. Applications: 5806 14TH AVE NW A Land Use Application has been submitted to subdivide one development site into four unit lots. […]

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‘Coffee and Conversation’ with State Reps. Carlyle and Tarleton on Saturday

This Saturday, local State Representatives Reuven Carlyle (D-Queen Anne) and Gael Tarleton (D-Ballard) will host “Coffee and Conversation” at 1 p.m. at Sip & Ship (1752 NW Market St) in Ballard. The lawmakers will be in four different northwest Seattle locations on Saturday, meeting with residents in the 36th District to give a recap of the 2015 legislative […]

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Seattle concert poster book release party at Maritime Brewery tonight

If you want to learn more about the history of Seattle concert art from the 60s, tonight’s your night: Maritime Pacific Brewing Co. will host a book signing and release party for a compilation book of psychedelic concert posters. It’s called Split Fountain Hieroglyphics: Psychedelic Concert Posters from the Seattle Area, 1966-1969, compiled by Scott McDougall, who will […]

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