Two Eastlake events mark the start of summer

Feel like celebrating the start of summer during the solstice on Thursday, June 21? You’ll have two events to choose from in Eastlake that evening:

Eastlake P-Patch Summer Solstice Celebration – Eastlake’s favorite garden will be the scene of this solstice celebration. The evening will include live music, refreshments, $7 garden dinner plates by Balabuste catering, slug races, fitness and yoga demos, garden tours and a silent auction. Attendees are requested to bring a non-perishable food item as a food bank donation. Time: 4-8 p.m. Location: Eastlake P-Patch, 2900 Fairview Ave. E., next to Olmstead Park.

Roanoke Stree Mini Park Opening CelebrationRenovations were recently completed at the Roanoke Street Mini Park, Fairview Ave. E. and E. Roanoke St. The renovation was a project of Seattle Parks and Recreation, Perkins+Will, the Eastlake Social Club and the Seattle Conservation Corps. The park is part of the Cheshiahud Lake Union Loop, a 6.2-mile pathway around the lake that highlights access to the water. There will be light snacks and refreshments and a chance to explore the park. Time: 5:30-7 p.m. Location: Roanoke Street Mini Park, Fairview and Roanoke.

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  1. Marilyn

    The Pea Patch was impressive, Perfect weather, caught up with old friends, the salmon, orzo,feta,Kalamata dish and beet salad were delicious. Nice!

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