Ballard Neighborhood Greenway open house
Monster Dreams story reading
Chinese Camp
Fairview Avenue East to Close for Improvements

Ballard Neighborhood Greenway open house
What: The Seattle Department of Transportation is having an open house to discuss the upcoming installation of a neighborhood greenway in the Ballard neighborhood. This greenway is one of several that were proposed by the Seattle Neighborhood Greenways organization as a key corridor for improving pedestrian and bicycle access in the heart of Ballard.
When: July 26, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Where: Adams Elementary School Cafeteria, (6110 28th Ave. NW Seattle WA 98107)
Price: FREE
Info: seattlegreenways.org

Monster Dreams story reading

What: Seattle Public Library will host a summer reading for kids under the age of 10. In this exciting, heartwarming and hilarious puppet show by Rowbes Puppet Productions, one little monster decides to follow his dreams. But when his dreams get strange, where will they take him?
When: July 26, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: International District/Chinatown Community Center (719 8th Ave. Seattle WA 98104)
Price: FREE
Info: tinyurl.com/75f7jer

Chinese Camp
What: Magnuson Community Center will host a Chinese camp that includes Interactive storytelling, print awareness, song singing and game playing will make the introduction of learning a second language a joy for all. All linguistic levels are welcome. Campers need to bring a snack and drink.
When: July 23, 10:00 a.m. – July 27, 12:30 p.m.
Where: Magnuson Community Center (7110 62nd Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115)
Price: $157
Info: call Magnuson Community Center at 206 684-7026

Fairview Avenue East to Close for Improvements
Improvements are coming to Fairview Avenue East between Fairview Avenue North and East Blaine Street. Starting July 16, construction will begin on the project which will include a new sidewalk and other improvements. In order to realign the intersection, Fairview Ave East will be closed at Fairview Ave North from July 23 to August 3 (schedule may shift) and vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians will need to use alternate routes.

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