Green Lake Events: Things to Do in September
August 30, 2017|Posted in: Community Events
Head right next door to the Phinney/Greenwood neighborhoods for some fun events happening in September!
Fridays in September: Phinney Farmers Market
3:30pm – 7:30pm | Phinney Center
The Phinney Farmers Market is running through October 6th, with local fresh produce and locally made or sourced goods to stock your pantry or fridge with delicious, good-for-you products. There’s also live music and food trucks to make it an event.
Fridays in September: Latona Pub’s Weekly Happy Hour Jazz
5pm – 7pm | Latona Pub
Latona Pub hosts a weekly happy hour in August, with live jazz music led by Phil Sparks, who is acclaimed as one of the best jazz artists in Seattle! It’s inspired by Boots, Barrie, and Murray, with happy hour bites and beer to enjoy while you listen!
September 1: First Friday Film, “The Artist”
1pm – 4pm | Greenwood Senior Center
While spots around the city are doing outdoor movies, sometimes you need an air-conditioned, cool environment to enjoy a movie in this summer heat. The Greenwood Senior Center is hosting a free movie afternoon, featuring “The Artist”, on Friday, September 1st from 1 – 4 p.m.
Saturdays in September: Seattle Folklore Society Concerts
7:30pm – 10pm | Phinney Center Concert Hall, Brick Building
On most Saturdays this month, the Seattle Folklore Society is hosting evening concerts with live performers. Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands is performing September 16th, John Whelan & Dale Russ are performing September 23rd, and Steve James is performing on September 30th. General Admission is $16 – $20 depending on the event.
September 9: Book Exchange
11am – 2pm | Phinney Center
Bring your gently used books to exchange them for something new at the Book Exchange on September 9th! Genres being exchanged include mystery, fantasy, science fiction, cookbooks, and kids’ books. If you don’t have books to exchange, hardbacks are $2 and paperbacks are $1. Feel free to donate books – bring them to the Phinney Center by September 5th. Tasty treats will be provided.
September 27: Pig Out to Root Out Hunger
All Day | Phinney/Greenwood Neighborhoods
Dine out to help provide meals to low-income, elderly and disabled residents of our neighborhood on September 27th, with Pig Out to Root Out Hunger. Dozens of restaurants, cafes, and shops around the neighborhood are participating, donating 15% of their proceeds on September 27th to this cause. The PNA’s Hot Meal Program provides three meals per week (two dinners and one lunch) to the less fortunate members of our community. Each year, the program serves more than 16,000 meals.
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