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Are you missing two Westies?
I saw two Westies, both wearing red heart tags, running loose about 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, Sep. 26. They were near the new home construction on the old school site at W. Dravus and 38th. I had my own two dogs and couldn’t grab the Westies. They were friendly, but intent on their running game and I’m worried they might get hit by a car. Last saw them heading east on Dravus. Hope you can post this and the owners find them.
Got a wedding to plan? Sugarcomb’s award winning wedding design is now in the Village
With some recent business closures, it is so fun to have good news to write about! We just received this email from Kelsey Eads, owner of Magnolia’s “newest” wedding design business:
I thought I’d drop you a note to introduce myself. My name is Kelsey, I grew up in Magnolia and still live on the hill. I own a small wedding coordination and design business called Sugarcomb. This summer l opened a planning studio in the Village after being based out of home for the past few years. I’m on Lynn Street right next door to the back of the post office. A local wedding photographer, Julie Harmsen, came by recently to shoot the space and you can take a peek at her images here.
Their website is filled with gorgeous photos and their blog features pictures, color trends and ideas that will delight any bride. Sugarcomb is both well-known and well-respected in the wedding community and has been featured in several wedding publications of note. From the website:
Sugarcomb provides award winning wedding design, planning, coordination and consulting services in Seattle… Working with couples who love the visual aspects and that blissful organized feeling as much as we do is the icing on the cake for us. We offer an array of helpful, integral & creative services that are tailored to make your planning experience more enjoyable and your wedding day exquisite.
Walk by and check out the new studio at 3206 West Lynn Street. Meetings are by appointment only. 206.913.3170
Headed to Ballard? Take Note of Lane Closures Before You Go
From our sister site Queen Anne View with a tiny tweak by Sara…
Courtesy of SDOT, take note of these lane closures between Magnolia and Ballard this week – they’ll be sure to slow your trip down!
15th Avenue W Lane Closure: – Southbound inside lane: 15th Ave W from Ballard Bridge to W. Dravus – Wednesday, September 26th – Friday, September 28th – 9am-3pm SDOT Urban Forestry crews will be doing landscaping maintenance in the median from the Ballard Bridge to just south of the West Dravus overpass.
Ballard Bridge Lane Closures: – Wednesday, September 26th: Northbound outside lane – Thursday, September 27th: Southbound outside lane – 9am-2:30pm SDOT crews are working on the completion of the Ballard Bridge lighting upgrade. Note: if needed, work will continue on Friday during the same hours.
Seattle Public School meetings this week
From our sister site Queen Anne View
Two meetings are coming up for Seattle Public School parents.
- SPS BEX IV Capital Levy Community Meeting at McClure on Thursday 9/27, 6:30pm.
- Also on 9/27, there is a Public Arts Education Forum that will host the opportunity for parents to go and learn about progress with the new K-12 Arts Learning Collaborative that is being introduced into all Seattle Public Schools. It is being held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Bertha Knight Landes Room at City Hall, 600 Fourth Ave.