Ask Ballard News-Tribune columnist Peggy Sturdivant anything. She'll give you insight enriched by years of Ballard living.
PARK(ing) Day in Ballard today, Sept. 20
PARK(ing) Day, the day that parking spaces get turned into little parks, is coming to Ballard today, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Currently on the map (which can be found at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/seattleparkingday.htm), there are three locations in Ballard.
The Light Table Design Collective, a group of UW graduates from the College of Built Environments, will have a space setup on Ballard Ave between Vernon and 22nd.
Secret Garden Books will have two locations setup: the first is outside their store (2214 NW Market St), and the second will be in front of the Scoop at Walter's (6400 block of 32nd Avenue NW).
Outdoor reading and board games will be available at both, but the one in front of Walter's will have an extra treat: Ballard News-Tribune columnist Peggy Sturdivant will be hosting an "Ask Peggy" booth. (If you're not in the know, Peggy is something like the queen of Ballard; she knows and connects everybody. Also we're sure she's full of insight and can solve all your relationship problems, or at least have a witty answer.)
For more info and a map, visit http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/seattleparkingday.htm
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