Northwest Seattle Elementary Schools Adams,
6110 28th Ave. N. W., (252-1300) B. F. Day,
3921 Linden Ave. N. (252-6010) Green Lake,
2400 N. 65th St. (252-5320) Greenwood,
144 N. W. 80th St. (252-1400) Loyal Heights,
2511 N. W. 80th St. (252-1500) McDonald,
4400 Interlake Ave. N. (252-2900) North Beach,
9018 24th Ave. N. W. (252-1510) John Stanford International,
4057 Fifth Ave. N. E. (252-6080) West Woodland,
5601 Fourth Ave. N. W. (252-1600) Whittier,
1320 N. W. 75th St. (252-1650)
Broadview-Thomson, 13052 Greenwood Ave. N.
(252-4080) Salmon Bay, 1810 N. W. 65th St. (252-1720)
1610 N. 41st St. (252-5810) Whitman,
9201 15th Ave. N. W. (252-1200)
High Schools Ballard,
1418 N. W. 65th St. (252-1000) Ingraham,
1819 N. 135th St. (252-3880)
Homeschool Resource Center,
1330 N. 90th St. (252-4720) Middle College,
1330 N. 90th St. (252-4785)
Seattle Evening School, 4400 Interlake Ave. N. (252-4680)
• Fremont Peak Park: 4357 Palatine Ave. N. A great place to view the sunset. One of the city’s more singular parks, cleared and built by the community.
• Gasworks Park: 2101 N. Northlake Way: A place to fly a kite, sprawl, take in the sweeping views of the city across Lake Union to the south. Swimming and wading are not allowed — the lake sediment still contains hazardous substances from the old days when the site was used for manufacturing gas from coal. The city acquired the land in 1962 and opened the park to the public in 1975.
• Wallingford Playfield: 4219 Wallingford Ave. N. A playfield, tennis court, views, wading pool, and a renovated play area designed for ages 2-5.
• Meridian Playground: 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N. 6.5 acres; a quiet neighborhood place. Half-court basketball, picnic and play areas.
• Wallingford City Steps Park: 3300 Wallingford Ave. N
• Wallingford Garden Tour Sunday, June 24, 10 a. m.-4 p. m. A self-guided tour through some of Wallingford’s notable private gardens. http://wallingford.org/about/gardentour
• Music in the Sculpture Garden Sundays, 2 p. m. June & July This popular series is back: Some of the area’s best acoustic musicians appear outside at History House. www.historyhouse.org
• Fremont Solstice Parade & Fremont Fair, June 16-17 A happening as performance art. The Fremont Fair starts at 10 a. m. Saturday; the Solstice Parade starts at noon which will include the usual bike-borne nakeds. Fair info: www.fremontfair.orgSolstice Parade info: www.fremontartscouncil.org
• Family Fourth at Gasworks Park, Monday, July 4. A tradition for two decades. www.family4th.org
• Wallingford Festival & Kiddies Parade, Sat. July 7, at 11 a. m. A wonderful, inimitably Wallingford event. For downloadable map: http://wallingford.org
• Wurst Fest, Sat.-Sun. Sept. 21-22 Wallingford’s Wurst Festival is an Octoberfest-style end of summer celebration at St. Benedict’s School, 4811 Wallingford Ave. N. Rides, games, food, live entertainment. A family event. www.stbens.net/news-events/wurst-festival
• Fremont Octoberfest, September 21-23. Fremont channels Munich. www.fremontoctoberfest.comfremont