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Madrona Neighbor Awards 2015: Seattle’s 49th Mayor Norm Rice to Revisit Madrona for Neighbor Awards February 7

Editor’s note: The Madrona neighborhood is celebrating its 20th Annual Neighbor Awards in celebration of Neighbor Appreciation Day by honoring the people, students, and organizations that have made a difference in the neighborhood. Former Mayor Norm Rice will be presenting the awards on February 7 at Madrona K-8 school library… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day this Valentine’s Day, February 14

Activities begin February 7 across Seattle Celebrate Seattle’s annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a special day set aside to reach out to neighbors, create new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood a great place to live. The date is February 14, with neighborhoods, community groups, and… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day on Valentine’s Day, February 14

There is another fun reason to recognize Valentine’s Day – it is also Seattle’s Annual Neighbor Appreciation Day! It’s a day set aside to reach out to neighbors, create new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood a great place to live. Residents, community groups, and… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day with Feet First’s Second Annual Stairway Walks Day

On Saturday, February 8, from 10:00am to 12:00pm, join Feet First for the Second Annual Stairway Walks Day. Coinciding with  Neighborhood Appreciation Day, this event features simultaneous walks across the region, which  celebrate the legacy of several hundred publicly accessible stairways. Feet First Neighborhood Walking Ambassadors will lead more than… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day on February 8

Celebrate Seattle’s 20th Annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a special day set aside to reach out to neighbors, create new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood a great place to live. Community groups, businesses, and residents across Seattle will join together on Saturday, February 8 (and… [ Keep reading ]

Neighbors Celebrated Neighbors on February 9

February 9 marked the 19th Annual Neighbor Appreciation Day with hundreds of community members enjoying the celebration. Here’s a review of some of the activities that happened around the city: Fifteen hardy souls picked up trash and litter all along the Seattle waterfront for a cleanup event sponsored by the… [ Keep reading ]

Appreciate your Neighbors and have Fun!

Tomorrow, Saturday, February 9 marks the 19th annual celebration of Neighbor Appreciation Day in Seattle.  A wide assortment of activities is planned, from stairway walks to a Japanese tea ceremony!  Perhaps you would like to join your neighbors for a neighborhood clean-up, or visit your neighborhood fire station and meet… [ Keep reading ]

Exhibit at the Northeast Library Branch Features Neighborhood History

In celebration of Neighbor Appreciation Day on Feb. 9, the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library is hosting an exhibit on neighborhood history throughout the month of February. Did you know that Northeast Seattle was once the home of a ghost town, a lumber mill, a college (not the University… [ Keep reading ]

Get Fired Up on Neighbor Appreciation Day!

What’s quickly becoming one of the hottest events of Neighbor Appreciation Day is the Seattle Fire Department’s annual Fire House Open Houses.  Your neighborhood fire fighters invite you to tour the fire houses, learn about the equipment and fire safety, and get to know them in a non-emergency situation!  Click here for… [ Keep reading ]

Climb to New Heights on Neighbor Appreciation Day!

  Join local nonprofit Feet First on free, guided urban explorations of Seattle’s beautiful outdoor stairways to highlight the Puget Sound Region’s awesome elevation changes and discuss the individual characteristics and historical context of our public stairways. With a mix of urban history and lore, Seattle Stairway Walks uncovers the… [ Keep reading ]