It’s hard for us all to keep up with everything going on these days. PhinneyWood is here to help you stay up to date on some of the latest happenings around the neighborhood.
Looking for ways to help the Greenwood Art Collective and many other DIY spaces in the area, tune in to the Living From Our Living Rooms telethon on Friday, April 24th at 7pm. This virtual benefit will feature artists like Kimya Dawson, Sassyblack, Lisa Prank, and many more. To learn more, check out the Greenwood Art Collective’s Facebook page, or go here!
Now open, the O&G Mini Mart from The Olive & Grape! The mini mart offers grill-at-home meats, fresh salads, oil and dressing, sides, and more of the wonderful cuisine you’ve become familiar with at the neighborhood restaurant. To learn more, visit O&G Mini Mart.
It’s time for the 6th annual Art In Bloom garden art and studio tour. Enjoy this year’s tour safely from your own home at https://artinbloomseattle.weebly.com/. For more info about Art In Bloom, the virtual tour, and how you can get involved, click here.
FamilyWorks would like to thank everyone who helped in exceeding their goal for the employee fun(d). Help is still needed at the neighboring foodbanks. If interested, you can still give to The Family Works Resource Center here.
Craving some delicious strawberry mochi boxes? Pre-order yours today from Setsuko Pastry for pickup this Saturday, April 25th. A box of six is $24 and can be ordered by emailing [email protected].
As of today, A La Mode has re-opened for pickup and delivery from 10am-8pm daily. In need of a pie, dough, or crust, you can order from their Phinney Ridge location here.
On a sad note, we’ve learned that Chris Dalton, longtime owner of the legendary Beth’s Café and Duck Island Ale House, passed away on April 8th after a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer. Our hearts go out to Chris’ family and friends.
Have some news that you need to share with the community, feel free to reach out so we can spread the word! There is an easy online submission form here.