Mountlake Terrace

Found 5 blog entries about Mountlake Terrace.

The cities of Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace are working together to make bicycling safer along with increasing connectivity between these communities.  Once complete, Bike2Health will create an approximate 10 mile regional bicycle network that will connect major destinations (colleges, civic theaters, employment centers, the Interurban Trail, etc.) along with transit hubs (the Edmonds Ferry, the Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace transit centers and Swift bus rapid transit stations). The Bike2Health Project is underway. Source:  Verdant Health Commission   ABOUT EDMONDS Edmonds is located 11 miles north of downtown Seattle which lends residents to have a great sense of community while still being close to the big city.  Here you will…
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Indigo Kitchen and Alehouse is Lynnwood's most popular hot spot. A cozy restaurant with wooden tables and gentle lighting offers sweet smiles from their servers along with attentive service. The menu offers great brunch options like Bananas Foster Waffles and Classic Benedicts and a dinner menu loaded with comfort like Shrimp and Grits and Pulled Pork Tacos. And how can we forget.. HAPPY HOUR offered 7 days a week from 3pm to 6pm and 10pm to midnight. Click HERE to view more menu options. 

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Imagine going to a movie that just the hit theaters: you sit down in a comfy leather chair, food and drinks are brought to you on request and for a $6 entry? Yep, it's real! Tuesday night at Regal Cinebarre Mountlake 8, in Mountlake Terrace, is one of our favorite hang outs! Get there early to chill at the bar, shoot some pool, or just chat in their lounge sofas before heading off to your theater where you get dinner and a movie! Who doesn't need a weekday break like that?

Located just off I-5, take exit 177 for WA-104 W towards Edmonds, keep left for 244th ST SW, and it's on your left!

P.S. You must be 21+ to enter.

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Look into this time capsule of what newly built homes looked like over 65 years ago! As I drive through neighborhoods I always wonder what it would have looked like when it was first built. It's fun to think back at the very first owners of the home and how exciting it was to pick out the yellow laminate flooring and dark brown finishes. These pictures are from the model homes in Mountlake Terrace around the 1950's! These homes are most likely still standing but look much different now in 2016! Do you recognize these homes?

 

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What was once a beautiful golf course alongside Lake Ballinger is now a nature sanctuary! Acres of land next to a small lake, the space will stay undeveloped because of the sensitive environment and eco-system inside it. There are three entrances to the preserved habitat: near the boat launch, east of the clubhouse, and along the park's western boundary. It is dog friendly but must be on a leash and trash cans are provided to help keep the park clean!

It is one of my favorite places to walk. Mother Nature has taken the golf course back and transformed it into beautiful fields of grass, wetlands for birds and truly a peaceful place in the middle of the city. On the park side you will find picnic tables, boat launch (non-gas powered), fishing dock,

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