If you’re looking to save a little cash, here are some things you can do to ensure you’re staying on top of your home maintenance!
Fireworks Safety: The 4th of July is right around the corner but that isn’t the only summer holiday where fireworks are used – and even one holiday is enough to warrant a safety list!
The weather has been a bit spotty and overcast but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy cool treats – and if you’re tired of our ice cream posts, we’ve got gelato coming at you this week!
Windermere’s Annual Community Service Day is almost here – it’s coming fast on Friday, June 8th, 2018!
We’re piggy-backing on our post from a couple weeks back that went over the Eastside Farmer’s Markets that are opening soon, except this week we’ll share some of South King County’s Markets!
Historically called “chophouses,” the modern-day steakhouse started in London in the 1690s and strictly served individual portions of meat; and … Continue Reading The Seattle Area’s Top 7 Steakhouses: Carnivores Will Love This!
It’s Summer – well, almost – and what better way to enjoy the weather than to see explore animals from … Continue Reading 5 Washington Zoos & Aquariums
Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood is located in north central Seattle, approximately four miles from the downtown core. Known for its suburban … Continue Reading 12 Top Restaurants in Seattle’s Wallingford Neighborhood!
Another Successful City of Mercer Island Spring Recyling Event + the Windermere Mercer Island Annual Recycling & Shredding Event on May 19th
Are you so excited for #summer that you forget to eat? Try these amazing (and lightning-quick) places to eat to stay healthy and keep enjoying the sunshine!
If you’re planning a day-trip, right now might be the best time to start. Though summer trips might seem forever … Continue Reading Check Out These Top 9 Mountain Towns to Visit!
Farmers Markets are a great way for local farmers to get into our communities, meeting their patrons face-to-face. Farmers Markets … Continue Reading Eastside Farmer’s Markets Are Starting! But Where Are They?
We are thrilled for the 2018 Windermere Cup this weekend. Join us as we celebrate Seattle Opening Day of Boating Season!
The Mercer Island Arts Council invites amateurs and professional designers alike to join in on the fun and action of … Continue Reading The Mercer Island Arts Council Calls All Artists for a Street Banner Design Competition
The Pacific Northwest is brimmed with awaiting adventures and the City of Kirkland is no exception. A city nestled between the shores of Lake Washington and the Interstate 405 corridor. Though considered a relatively small city, the area is big on community and that urban, small-town feel many local areas also strive towards.
Although its population increased so drastically, Burien remains a small-town at heart and Olde Burien is a testament to that. As a reference, “Olde” Burien is the area surrounding SW 152nd Street and runs through downtown, where unique shops and eateries reflect the “eclectic mix of interests” of the locals. Like many areas, Burien has a bunch of restaurants to choose from, each with their own distinct flavor palette.