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Landscape Architect, Marsha Tolon, reflects on her 33 years as a P-Patch member and the universal language of gardening

Marsha Tolon, Burke-Gilman P-Patch What sparked your interest in gardening? When I was a kid, our family would go to the grocery store, and I would always go to the magazine aisle and look at gardening and flower magazines like Sunset Western Garden. I’d read them while everybody else was… [ Keep reading ]

Volunteers needed to advise on development plans for Seattle Children’s Hospital

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is seeking interested community members from the Laurelhurst, Montlake, and Ravenna/Bryant neighborhoods to serve on the Seattle Children’s Hospital Standing Advisory Committee (SAC).  The Seattle Children’s Hospital SAC meets to: Review an annual report from Seattle Children’s Hospital on its development; Review and comment on progress… [ Keep reading ]

AAPI Heritage Month: Aki Kurose

“Always realize that not to get involved when you should get involved is an act of violence. You should always work for peace…Peace is the most empowering and productive way to go.”  Aki Kurose Aki Kurose spent her life advocating for peace and social justice. As a teacher and an activist, she worked… [ Keep reading ]

City Council approves legislation for the landmark designation of Laurelhurst Community Center

In the 1920’s the Laurelhurst Community Club was responsible for getting transportation projects and schools to the area. In addition, the LCC was instrumental in the acquisition of a public park for the neighborhood (Laurelhurst Playfield) and eventually the LCC submitted a petition to the parks Board to build a… [ Keep reading ]