Celebrate the Holidays on NW 65th St!

winterfest on nw 65thCome celebrate the holidays on NW 65th!  On Sunday, December 13 you will be able to meet Santa Claus, local artists, crafts vendors, and enjoy amazing coffee, cocoa and conversation right here in the neighborhood. List of vendors and schedule of events below.

Meet Santa at Cafe Bambino!

SHOT WITH SANTA - FinalFrom 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Santa will be spreading Christmas cheer at Cafe Bambino, 405 NW 65th Street, and raising funds for the Ballard Boys & Girls Club.  Bring your camera, your kids, dogs, cats, and goats and get a picture of the whole gang with Santa!  Additional information available HERE.

Shop Local for amazing, unique holiday gifts!  

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After visiting with Santa, head across the street for the Stumbletown Winter Trunk Show.

From 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Stumbletown Artists will be at the 418 Public House (418 NW 65th Street) and the former Ridgeback Cafe (500 NW 65th Street).   Great opportunity to support local artists and finish your holiday shopping!

Stumbletown Artists are local artisans, living & working in Seattle. Drop by for handcrafted clothing, jewelry, housewares, toys, and much more. Additional information available HERE.

Bring home Balleywood Creamery Ice-Cream!  

balleywood creamery 2West Woodland’s own Balleywood Creamery will have tastes on hand and pints available to go!  Don’t miss out on these amazing flavors produced right here in Ballard using locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients!

Thank You to the following NW 65th Businesses!  

Thank you to Cafe Bambino, Stock, 418 Public House, and the owner of 415 NW 65th Street for hosting events at their locations, and spreading Christmas Cheer on NW 65th Street!

No matter what you are celebrating this holiday, keep your buying power local.  More of the money you spend in the neighborhood, stays in the neighborhood.  GO LOCAL!

WinterFest on NW 65th Street

Come celebrate the holidays on NW 65th in the West Woodland Neighborhood.  On Sunday, December 13 you will be able to meet Santa Claus, local artists, crafts vendors, and enjoy amazing coffee, cocoa and conversation right here in the neighborhood.

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From 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Santa will be spreading Christmas cheer at Cafe Bambino, 405 NW 65th Street, and raising funds for the Ballard Boys & Girls Club.  Bring your camera, your kids, dogs, cats, and goats and get a picture of the whole gang with Santa!  Additional information available HERE.

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After visiting with Santa, head across the street for the Stumbletown Winter Trunk Show.  From 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Stumbletown Artists will be at the 418 Public House (418 NW 65th Street) and the former Ridgeback Cafe (500 NW 65th Street).   Great opportunity to support local artists and finish your holiday shopping!

Stumbletown Artists are local artisans, living & working in Seattle. Drop by for handcrafted clothing, jewelry, housewares, toys, and much more. Additional information available HERE.

No matter what you are celebrating this holiday, keep your buying power local.  More of the money you spend in the neighborhood, stays in the neighborhood.  GO LOCAL!

 

Santa is coming to the West Woodland Neighborhood!

Do you hear sleigh bells ringing?  Santa is on his way to the West Woodland Neighborhood!  Sunday, December 13, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Santa will be spreading Christmas cheer at Cafe Bambino, 405 NW 65th Street, and raising funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Ballard.

Bring your children, dogs, goats, and friends and snap a shot with Santa on Bambino’s heated patio.   There will be free hot chocolate for the kids, and fun for the whole family.  All donations will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Ballard.

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NW 65th Street Clean Up — Thank You Volunteers!

THANK YOU to all the volunteers who turned out for the NW 65th Street Clean Up this morning! We collected 5 bags of trash, mostly cigarette butts, which is a HUGE improvement over last years clean up.

Thank You to Gretchen Spath, neighbor and owner of Cafe Bambino, for “fueling” our volunteers with free coffee.

Thank You to Justin Taft, owner of The Ridgeback Cafe, for allowing us to dispose of the trash in his waste bins.

Thank You to Catherine Weatbrook, Seattle City Council District 6 Candidate, for joining us today.

And finally… Thank You to Liza White, neighbor and owner of Four Legged Friends, for adopting NW 65th as part of the City of Seattle‘s Adopt-A-Street program.

We look forward to the next clean up!

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