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DennyFest tomorrow – 10 reasons why you should go

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends, We’re looking forward to seeing you at DennyFest tomorrow for a sunny afternoon of great music, food, and fun. It’s free (except for the wine tent – $5/glass, cash please) so why wouldn’t you come? If you’re still hesitating, here are the...

DennyFest is happening! Sunday Aug 20 noon-5pm

DennyFest, is happening on Sunday, August 20,  from noon to 5pm on the shores of Lake Washington in Finn Hill’s own O.O. Denny Park. We’ll have free food and drink, a bouncy house for the kids, magic tricks, fortune telling, massages, a dog show, and of course, great music: Geoffrey Castle Band...

Finn Hill Updates: new street connections, rezones, tree retention, DennyFest

This post consolidates several recent developments concerning the Finn Hill neighborhood plan, including important neighborhood plan updates that you should see in the next week or two. (If you need some background on the neighborhood plan, check out the neighborhood plan page on our FHNA website.) Street...

DennyFest 2017 is on Sunday August 20

Mark your calendar for this year’s Dennyfest on Sunday, August 20, 2017 from noon to5:00 pm. We are going to beat the rain this year by having Dennyfest in August. For more information and if you would like to volunteer contact Marc at finnhillalliance.org. Music, Free Food, Wine Tent this year!...

DennyFest 2016 in Pictures

DennyFest was the perfect antidote to cloudy skies. Several hundred Finn Hill residents came down to O.O. Denny Park and were treated to fantastic music, great burgers and hot dogs, a selection of pies and a tasty pot of chili. We had arts & crafts and a bouncy house for the kids, and a dog contest for...

Thank You DennyFest Sponsors and Volunteers

Thanks to the local businesses who helped sponsor DennyFest offsetting expenses and helping to keep it free for all who attend. Remember that when deciding if you should buy something online when it’s available locally. Thank you to the pie bakers and chili makers and to the Inglewood Presbyterian...

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