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September 25th, 2010 · Comments

Here’s what’s making headlines in nearby neighborhoods.

The city’s Neighborhood Street Fund will pay for a walkway along 13th Avenue NW between NW 90th Street and Holman Road, with a spur on NW 90th Street from 13th Avenue NW to 14 Avenue NW in Crown Hill.

Two Ballard community centers are offering $2 classes so you can try them out, including yoga, art, youth sports and more.

A Ballard chocolatier makes delectable creations by hand.

New exhibit at the Nordic Heritage Museum focuses on contemporary Norwegian architecture.

Laura Numeroff, author of children’s favorite “If You give a Mouse a Cookie,” will be at Green Lake’s Mockingbird Books, 7220 Woodlawn Ave. NE, at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Wallingford Church that’s hosting homeless shelter publishes open letter to the community.

More rivet work on Aurora Bridge this weekend.

22nd annual Fishermen’s Fall Festival at Fishermen’s Terminal in Magnolia.

Fundraiser in honor of Queen Anne businessman who committed suicide in Discovery Park last spring.

Tent City 3 is coming to Meadowbrook in November.

Parts of Gas Works Park to be closed for contamination study.

Street mural being painted on Stone Avenue North between North 80th Street and Green Lake Drive North, next to Bethany Community Church and across the street from Daniel Bagley Elementary School.

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