Windermere Greenwood Beer Garden for Charity

The 2nd Annual Windermere Greenwood Beer Garden will take place in our parking lot during the Greenwood Car Show. All proceeds from this event will go to the Windermere Foundation, which supports low-income and homeless families in our communities. Last year we chose to direct our Foundation funds to the North Seattle Boys & Girls Club and The Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas, both within blocks of our office!

We will be featuring beer from Pike Brewing Company, Montucky Cold Snacks, Bale Breaker Brewing Company, Schofferhofer Grapefruit, as well as hard cider from Tieton Cider Works, and wine from 3 of Cups Winery. For food we will have Nacho Mama’s Tamales and Lil J’s SuperDawgs food truck!

Don’t miss out on these awesome vendors and the opportunity to drink for a good cause!

21 and Over | $6 Beer, Cider, and Wine | Food Truck | Live Music | Corn Hole

311 N 85th St, Seattle 98103
(1/2 block east of Greenwood Ave)

Beer garden fundraiser at Greenwood Car Show this weekend

This Saturday is the 25th annual Greenwood Car Show, and new this year will be the Windermere Beer Garden to raise money for low-income and homeless families.

The beer garden will be in the Windermere parking lot (311 N 85th St) during the car show, and will have $5 beer, cider and wine, with all proceeds going to the Windermere Foundation.

They’ll have beer from  Georgetown BrewingFremont Brewing, and Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery, as well as hard cider from Schilling Cider, and wine from 3 of Cups Winery.  The Now Make Me A Sandwich food truck will be on site, and they’ll have live music throughout the afternoon.

The car show will be from 8am to 4pm; Greenwood Ave will be closed from N. 65th St to N. 90th St. For the full event guide, click here.

Photo from the 2016 car show, courtesy PhinneyWood

Ballard cartoonist debuts new book this weekend

In an appropriate setting, Ballard illustrator and cartoonist Darrell Toland along with Wedgwood author Max Holechek will debut their new children’s book, “Edsel McFarland’s New Car” at the Greenwood Car Show.

Although this is a book coined for kids ages 4 through 8, Toland says it’s geared for the whole family. “The book can be enjoyed by the whole family, because it tells a story on multiple levels,” Toland says, “Kids will love Edsel’s action-packed adventure, while parents will enjoy the subtle gags crafted just for them.”

During Saturday’s car show, Holechek and Toland will be in the Kid Zone at Booth #85 teaching kids how to draw cars, doing book signings and readings. The book will be available for $15.