The Gardening Group will hold a Garden Work Day to continue getting the garden ready for spring and start some garden projects! No experience necessary! All parent volunteers and children are welcome who want to support their school (we provide kid work gloves, too). You may bring your own tools & equipment from home, but it is not necessary.
What: Planting, weeding and garden fun
Where: Green Lake Elementary School Olallie Garden
When: Saturday, March 11th from 11am-1pm, rain or shine
Questions: contact Mary Pearsall at olalliegarden@greenlakedragons.org or mary@maluma.us

Hello our fabulous community.  The Green Lake Garden Club is hosting our annual Fall Work Party.  Sunday Oct 20, 2013. 10 am to 1 pm.  We plan on doing our general weeding and pruning plus re-gravel the Cascade Slope  Trail.  Rain or Shine and bring the kids.  We have tools for you to use as well.  Come for an hour or plan to be there the whole time.

Fall Clean Up Time!

Green Lake Garden Club is hosting our Fall Clean Up Saturday, October 27th.  We start at 10 a.m. and the more volunteers we have the quicker we will be finished.

Fall Clean Up Goals
weed and prune the front entrance and Olallie Garden

Hope to see you there,

Hello all,

Hope to see you all on May 12th for our Spring Clean.  This would be a great chance to check out our new garden sculptures.  These are metal ‘berry picking’ baskets created by local artist Tom Flood.  Beautiful!

Bring your work gloves and join us for some gardening fun. Stop by anytime on Saturday, May 12th  between 10am and 2pm.

  • Location:    Green Lake Elementary Olallie Garden
  • Where:        2400 N. 65th Seattle WA 98103
  • When:         Saturday May 12th  –  10am to 2pm
  • Bring:          Gloves, water bottle, shovels, garden tools (If U can)

Rain or shine and be ready to get down and dirty!
Come check out our new sculptures from local artist Tom Flood.

OK gardeners.  Time to come out of hibernation.  The annual Northwest Flower Garden Show is this February 23-27.  Get more information or buy tickets at:

Early bird ticket prices if you buy before Feb. 22

Gratefully Yours

A heartfelt thanks goes out to all our community friends and partners who came to Olallie Garden’s Grand Opening.  We had food (complete with olallie berry jam), wonderful music by Steve Hansen, Anglela Blemker and ‘the band’ as well as Paul Vegors of the Northwest Junior Bagpipe Band. We presented garden storybooks to the Green Lake Elementary School Library because gardens and books just go together, toured our secret fairy and gnome dwellings, and searched for natural treasures during the kid scavenger hunt.  We all had a great time but mostly we were grateful (for good weather and) that we live in a community that loves their gardens!

But wait there’s more….. Stay with us as we continue our enhancements that include, more benches and a chess table, interesting signage and an artistic entryway into this special place we know as Olallie Garden.

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