LCW Planters Part of Larger Effort

Lake City Collective Organizes LCW Planter Facelift

Photos Courtesy of Lake City Collective

 

 

Below from the Lake City Collective: Lake City Collective Facebook Page

“Next time you walk/drive by Downtown Lake City you’ll start seeing some things that have been seating quietly for years, they’re located between NE 123rd and NE 125th St and have gone unnoticed by most of us…these are the Lake City planters!
We thank Gavin from McGeorge Brothers LLC-Window Cleaners for their support by giving these planters the care and visibility they deserve, as his crew pressure-washed the ones on the west sidewalk today! they will come back next weekend to work on the ones located on the east sidewalk.

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Did You Miss Lucha Libre?

Lake City Collective Brought Lucha Libre to Lake City

Working through a grant from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, the Lake City Collective transformed the Lake City Community Center and brought the community together for a very special and unique event in the neighborhood. The turn out was tremendous and the large crowd was thrilled with this free event that brought Mexican style theatrical wrestling to the north end. The event was also a pot luck with food from local restaurants as well as delightful dishes from attendants. The event was complete with kids crafts, Lucha Libre merchandise, free popcorn and outreach tables. It was truly one of the best events of 2018 for Lake City. To learn more about the Lake City Collective you can visit there Facebook page at:  https://www.facebook.com/LakeCityCollective/

Oh Yeah, It’s Happening!

Lucha Libre Comes to Lake City

Huge thanks to the Lake City Collective who worked with community partners and the Seattle Parks Department to bring Lucha Libre to the neighborhood.

Saturday, December 8th at 5:30pm at the Lake City Community Center.

Lucha LIbre is professional wrestling originating in Mexico that employs rapid acrobatics.

This project is funded in part by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.