Magnolia Chamber of Commerce Spring Fest 2015!

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Join the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce for Spring Fest in the Village on Friday, April 24th from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM!

This event will keep the entire family entertained, with music by the Superchargers (sponsored by Serendipity), a bouncy house (sponsored by Ewing & Clark, Inc), a beer garden (featuring Hale’s Ales), and art pieces in various participating businesses.

Bring the family out and have a great time in the Magnolia Village next Friday, the 24th!

*The Magnolia Village is located at W McGraw Street, Seattle, WA 98199

 

Vino in the Village + Open House Next Friday!!

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Looking for a fun way to kick off the Holiday season? Then look no further than Vino in the Village and Open House taking place on Friday, November 21st from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM!

Brought to you by the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce, this fun night of wine tasting features 14 local wineries and shopping experiences in the Magnolia village. The fundraiser benefits many chamber events, including Winterfest, which takes place on December 6th.

Wine can be purchased without tax, and 30% of the price goes to Magnolia Chamber of Commerce fundraising efforts.

Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door. Also, participants can bring their own wine glass, or purchase a souvenir glass for $5.

Registration and wine glasses start at Ian Fitness, located at 3111 W. McGraw Street.

See everyone next Friday the 21st for a fun evening!

Participating Wineries:

Belmonte Cellars, Genoa Cellars, Wilridge Winery, Convergence Zone Cellars, Naches Heights Vineyard, Davenport Cellars, Vortex Cellars, The Bunnell Family Cellar, Cloudlift Cellars, Ward Johnson Winery, O-S Winery, Structure Cellars, Stomani Cellars, & Martedi Winery.

 

 

Magnolia Residents Take Action Against Commuter Daily Parking

A group of Magnolia residents are taking action against people parking on their street who don’t live there and use their street as a park-and-ride when taking the bus or using other transportation from Magnolia Village. These folks are taking action by putting notes on cars who park on the street daily, asking them not to park on their street for the following reasons, according to the Magnolia Voice: 

“It is public in the sense that residents use it to enter and exit their homes at all times and in the sense that it accommodates parking for residents’ guests, deliveries and trash pickup along with thru traffic. It is a narrow street and a busy one. Using it as a place to park while commuting to another location impedes all of the essential public uses named above and is causing problems for those who need to enter and exit their driveways, park on or pass along this block.”

The group listed off other parking areas that would be less disruptive for the neighborhood and one of the parking violators actually turned out to be a neighbor 6 blocks away! Whether you agree with either party, the street is currently Seattle Public property, so residents and commuters might have to take their disputes to a higher party if the problem escalates. For more information, visit the Magnolia Voice.