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August 27, 2011 9am-11am
14th Ave NW Median Weeding – Meet at Blowing Sands Glass
Thank-you to St. Alphonsus school mom, Kim Serwold, for volunteering her boys, their schoolmates and parents to a second morning of good-old fashioned community service. There are plenty of weeds for everyone, so come on out and help or come by and thank our wonderful volunteers.

August 2, 2011  6pm-10pm
August Night Out Potlucks in East Ballard
14th Ave NW and 61st, 11th Ave NW &60th,  NW 62nd between 14th Ave NW and 11th
The EBCA has been organizing events around Seattle’s August Night Out for over 5 years now and we’re doing it again this year. There will be food, activities, entertainment (I even heard a rumor about a bouncy house) for all ages. To get to know your neighborhood better, we’re also planning to have a passport you get stamps for from each participating block party you attend that’ll make you eligible for fabulous raffle prizes donated by local businesses. We’re still in the planning stages! You can help by contacting Dawn Hemminger at add your block party to the East Ballard passport and volunteer to help plan the activities. Contact Dawn Hemminger at eastballard@gmail.com.


July 31, 2011   4pm-7pm
Groundswell NW’s Old Fashioned Summer Field Day
Ballard Commons Park, 5701 22nd Ave. NW (just kitty corner from the library)

EBCA’s fiscal sponsor, Groundswell NW, invites you to a “Summer Field Day” at Ballard Commons Park. Built with citizen input from Groundswell NW and Ballard’s open space and neighborhood planning efforts, Ballard Commons Park has been a community asset ever since its dedication in March 2006.  So, bring your blanket and chairs to spread out on the lawn, enjoy a picnic meal provided by QFC, and partake in some old-fashioned outdoor games for all ages! This event is open to the public, so bring your family, friends and neighbors along to enjoy this gem of a neighborhood park and learn more about creating and caring for other green spaces in Ballard. Many thanks to the Ballard On the Park apartments for their planning and financial support.

July 22, 2011   9am-11pm
14th Ave NW Median Weeding – Meet at Blowing Sands Glass

Thank-you to St. Alphonsus school mom, Kim Serwold, for volunteering her boys, their schoolmates and parents to a morning of good-old fashioned community service. There are plenty of weeds for everyone, so come on out and help or come by and thank our wonderful volunteers.

Wednesday July 20, 2011   7pm-8:30pm
14th Ave NW Park Boulevard Steering Committee Monthly Meeting
contact Dawn Hemminger at eastballard@gmail.com for location

Those interested in getting up to speed on the latest happenings with the park project and who want to become more involved with planning and development are welcome.


Oct 14, 2010 – 6:30 pm – Cass•Wine•Nosh
Oct 16, 2010 – 10:00 am – Adopt A Street Cleanup on 14th Ave NW

Please join  us Oct 14 at 6:30 PM for an entertaining seminar on plant care presented by Cass Turnbull, author and founder of Plant Amnesty. Our event will be in the St. Alphonsus School Cafeteria. The entrance is just off of NW 58th between 14th and 15th Ave NW. We will be providing appetizers and wine donated by East Ballard businesses, The Ballard Market and Domanico Cellars. Admission is $5 or free if you sign up to adopt-a-planter on 14th Ave NW. Details about the program will be provided at the event. If you are unable to attend, but would like to adopt, please send us an email at eastballard@gmail.com

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Please join us Oct 16 for our twice yearly clean up event on 14th Ave NW. We will be picking up trash and taking care of the planters in the medians, plus the plantings at NW 58th. Cass Turnbull, founder of Plant Amnesty will also be holding a weeding and pruning demonstration as an extension of her seminar on Oct 14th. Come dressed for the weather and come hungry for donated treats from the Ballard Market!

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