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Wednesday September 19th, 2018
|You can help!|Support Rotary Club of Ballard member, Pastor Britt Olson, and her fundraiser for her church's free daily meals program that feeds anyone in need. Tickets and more at ediblehopejam.eventbrite.com#ballard ... See MoreSee Less
|Food People Love|Sue's latest post in our "Food People Love" blog is all about clarification. For example, this is NOT your parents' cider - for one thing, it's hard, complex and nuanced. And this is NOT Munich - but you can partake in Oktoberfest by virtue of your shopping list. And while it's not food per se, this new food wrap hasn't a smidgen of plastic or any other earth-harming nonsense, either. And lastly, Shauna comes to the defense of stinky cheese.#FoodPeopleLovebit.ly/2pkwZlA... See MoreSee Less
You don’t have to make crazy changes to eat healthy! Visit your neighborhood farmers market to stock up on the freshest fruits, veggies, grains, meat, & other essentials. We’ve got way more than salad mix. ... See MoreSee Less
The Ballard Elks Paddle Club is hosting Casey McLean for their Fall Speaker Series tomorrow night(9/20) in the Lodge Hall at 7:30PM. Casey will be talking about orca and wildlife health in Puget sound. She is the Co-Executive Director of SR3, an organization responding to, and rehabilitating wildlife here in Puget Sound. She has also done extensive research into the resident orcas in Puget Sound, including J50. SR3 website for more information: www.sealifer3.org/Admission is $5 at the door. ... See MoreSee Less
The Seattle/King County Clinic starts tomorrow! This annual clinic will take place September 20th - 23rd, with tickets being distributed every day on a first-come, first-serve basis. Dental, vision and medical care will be provided by an incredible group of volunteers. Please check out their website for more information: seattlecenter.org/patients/(Image is from seattlecenter.org/skcclinic/) ... See MoreSee Less