Bring your business cards and your smile. The event is free.
2701 NE 127th
April 30, 2015 5PM-7PM
Lake City Future First will host a “Community Conversation” on April 29 at the Community Center. The meeting will tackle the topic of urban design. From a flyer for the event (embedded below):
Talk with your neighbors and Lake City business owners over delicious food
Lake City Future First heard from the community and from your input we have our Strategic Plan to share with you
Share your thoughts about the draft vision for the urban design of Lake City
Volunteer sign-up for Lake City Future First projects in the Strategic Plan
Did we mention free food and entertainment? Find out more at lakecityfuturefirst.org
Lake City is starting to become a beer destination. Elliott Bay Brewing Co. and The Beer Authority already attract a healthy crowd from across north Seattle to their successful establishments. Add to that list Lake City’s soon to open Hellbent Brewing Company.
The future brewery has been under construction since October of 2014, but just now, as an illuminated sign has been installed and brewing equipment can be seen inside, has the project become obvious along Lake City Way.
The brewery is a project by partners Brian Young, Jack Guinn, Chris Giles and Randy Embernate. The roughly 7,500 square-foot space across Lake City Way from Fred Meyer will feature a tasting room, an upper level lounge with games including pinball, pool tables and televisions.
The interior is accented with aged and reclaimed wood, steel and wrought iron. The tasting room features a pair of gorgeous, milled madrone trees as the bartop.
One of the business partners owns the building, which previously was a manufacturing business and decades ago was said to be a Chinese restaurant.
Hellbent will have a tavern license and will feature rotating food trucks in their back lot. They also eventually hope to have a patio area for use during warm months. A cold storage facility will take up part of the rear of the property.
Hellbent is in the final stages of construction and the business’s owners hope to be open in about one month.
You can take a virtual tour of the Hellbent Brewing in the video below.
Below the Hellbent team made a fun video showing some of the construction.
Future home of something awesome! pic.twitter.com/9nkSMOoyGI
— Hellbent Brewing (@HellbentB) October 22, 2014
Want to see some “groundbreaking Hip Hop performances” and eat a healthy meal?
Lake City Presbyterian Church is hosting a Hip Hop Green Dinner on Tuesday, February 10th at 5 pm.
What Happens at the Hip Hop is Green Dinner?
The Green Dinners serve as a unique way to reach out to the community to deliver a vegan dining experience geared towards urban youth and young people who identify with Hip Hop culture. The dinners are designed to be a perfect combination of information and entertainment. By breaking bread and sharing information in a relaxed and entertaining environment, the Hip Hop Green Dinners help youth and their families make the connection between their diet, lifestyle and their health.
1. A beautiful dining presentation
2. To taste some of the best vegan food available in their area
3. To witness some groundbreaking Hip Hop performances and meet the artists involved
4. To meet and learn about healthy eating and living from leading health professionals
5. To network with agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals in their area who can help them transition to a healthier lifestyle
Click here to register and learn more. The Green Dinner will be held at the Lake City Presbyterian Church (3841 NE 123rd Street). There is only room for 150 people, and seats are limited.
Here is a video explaining previous Hip Hop Green Dinners.
February 6 7PM-9PM Lunar New Year Celebration!
We are pleased to announce our 2nd annual event will include a Lion Dance by the Northwest Kung-Fu and Fitness Club and Martial Arts demonstrations by SAMMA (Seattle Asian Medicine and Martial Arts). SAMMA and John Bastyr Naturopathic College will offer information on Asian Medicine. Join in for the interactive Qi-Gong! Tea and Fortune Cookies will be served. Be sure to arrive early. We open with the Lion Dance!
February 14 9AM-4PM Lion’s Flea Market
If you love garage sales, you’ll love our Flea Market. Come down and sort through the treasures. We think this is the longest running, indoor flea market in Seattle. Grab your Sweetie and stroll through the show!
February 20 5-8 PM North Helpline’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner
North Helpline’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner is a fun, fundraiser to attend! The Lake City Lions are cooking again, serving Spaghetti, Salad, Roll and Dessert. There will be raffles and activities. Bring the kids to dinner for a good cause! $10/Adults, $5 Kids under 12.
February 28 9AM-5PM A Very Vintage Market
Shabby Chic rules! This is a beautiful show, a must attend for anyone who loves a fancy flea market. Lovely items for sale at great prices. Very Vintage is a featured exhibitor at the Northwest Home and Garden Show February 11-15, 2015.
Lake City Community Center Center is managed by the North Seattle Chamber of Commerce, 12531 28th Ave NE, between the Lake City Library and Two Dog Yoga.
We’ll be taking pics of Hawks fans at the community breakfast on Saturday, Jan. 21, 9AM-11AM. Bring your ideas for programming at the community center!
ZUMBA! Starting Thursday, January 15
Treena Burnton 206.795-6043
- 10AM For the Young At Heart $5 Drop in
- 11AM An ultimate Dance-Fitness Party $7 Drop in
Drop-in Conversation for Seniors Starts January 26 11-2 PM “Aging in Place”
2nd and 4th Mondays
Hosted by Wallingford Community Senior Center at LCCC
Community Meeting and FREE Pancake Breakfast January 31 9AM-11AM
Have a delicious breakfast (courtesy Lake City Lions) and tell us what you’d like to see happen at Lake City Community Center.
Lunar New Year Celebration February 6 7PM-9PM “The Year of the Goat”
In partnership with North Seattle Family Center
Sponsored in kind by Seattle Asian Medicine and Martial Arts (SAMMA)
- Lion Dance!
- Kung Fu Demonstrations
- Tai Chi and Qi Gong, too!
Seniors Creating Art Starts February 9 for six weeks, 10AM-12PM FREE
Register at 206.386.9106
An urban farm is planned near Nathan Hale High School. And the first design meeting for the project is being held on December 14th. The public is welcome to attend.
Nathan Hale Urban Farm First Design Meeting
Sunday, December 14, 2014
9:00am-9:30am, tour at the Greenhouse, north of Jane Addams Middle School (11051 34th Avenue NE)
10:00am-2:00pm, Community Forum at Nathan Hale High School (10750 30th Avenue NE)
Lunch will be provided.
Please RSVP by clicking here.