We’ll be hosting our 12th annual My First Garden children’s planting event and…. Ciscoe Morris will be leading it this year!
The Washington Waterfront Home Tour in this weekend. Enjoy spending time out in the sunshine, and out on the water, touring some of the most spectacular homes in Western Washington.
The team at Windermere Mercer Island is excited for our annual recycle event. We’re once again partnering with 1 Green Planet to provide free recycling services on Saturday May 20th, from 10 am to 3 pm. We’ll also be sponsoring a document shredding truck from Confidential Data Disposal that will shred old documents, securely, on site for free!
Even though last night was thunder-crashing, the weekend is opening to bright skies and 60-degree weather! Welcome to the Pacific Northwest!
Next Friday, May 5th, is the Windermere Cut Party! The Windermere Mercer Island team invites you to join in the fun as we kick off the Windermere Cup weekend with a fun Cinco de Mayo party.
Over on the north shore of the Montlake Cut, just west of the Montlake Bridge, will be the party location. There will be food trucks on hand from El Camion, Taqueria Tonita, and Tacos La Flaca, three of the most popular Mexican food vendors in the Seattle area! You’ll be able to sip a beverage in the Beer and Margarita Garden, listen to live music, and enjoy the lovely Portage Bay views.
Looking to view some open houses this weekend? Here are some great options. Plus, full-family fun at weekend Easter events! Ready for an egg-tastic weekend!
It’s that time of year again! Time for Spring showers to make way for Spring flowers. This weekend kicks off the Skagit County Tulip Festival, which celebrates the millions of Pacific Northwest tulips bloom! While the tulips themselves adhere to their own schedule (as dictated by Mother Nature), it looks like some of the flowers are already in bloom. Keep up-to-date here!
Pike Place Market has been a staple on Seattle since the turn of the century – and in June 2017 opens up with the fancy new upgrades. In its early days, Pike Place Market saw farmers bring their vegetables, fruit, dairy, eggs, and meat to sell as Settle grew into a thriving metropolis. On its original, grand opening day, the market ran out of produce within minutes – and that is how Pike Place Market skyrocketed into a international attraction.