Find a feline friend at the Cat Adopt-a-thon on Saturday

SAS kittenThe Seattle Animal Shelter’s Fabulous Feline Team is going to swing into action at the Mud Bay Uptown location tomorrow, Saturday, January 24th.

The team will be holding a Cat Adopt-a-thon at Mud Bay’s Adoption Center from noon to 3pm, and plenty of furry felines will be on hand to find forever homes. 

SAS CatsSAS will have a variety of available cats and kittens that have been living in foster homes. Plus, the foster parents will be there too, so you can find out about the kitties’ individual personalities and habits, and find the right match for your home.

Adoption prices range from $45 to $135 (plus applicable license fees) and include: initial vaccinations, deworming, feline leukemia testing, spay or neuter, microchip, and a certificate for a free health exam at local veterinarians.

If you’ve been looking to add a feline friend to your household, stop by Mud Bay (522 Queen Anne Ave N) to find your perfect match!

Queen Anne Dispatch Friends & Family Event is today!

QA Dispatch Fall SaleApologies for the late heads up, but this one was in our queue… and overlooked. It’s time for the annual Queen Anne Dispatch Friends & Family event!

All day today the local boutique is offering 20% off clothing, jewelry, gifts, stationary, and more! Plus, it’s more than just a sale, as at 6pm the celebration kicks off with music by DJ Mullet. Plus, drinks and bites served until 10pm.

Head over to Queen Anne Dispatch today at 2212 Queen Anne Ave N, and celebrate shopping local on Queen Anne!

What’s up with the Lower Queen Anne Post Office?

USPS Queen AnneWe’ve had several readers write in and report that the Lower Queen Anne Post Office location is closed or boarded up.

The USPS site still shows it as open and you can even rent a PO box via the site. However, calls to the location returned only a busy signal (and still do a week later).

USPS mapBring in the USPS Postmaster for the scoop. I contacted our Seattle Postmaster and he says that the Lower Queen Anne location is still open.

The USPS leases the space in the building at 415 1st Ave N; currently, the building’s owner is completing renovations to the 1964 structure.

The Post Office entrance is now located on 1st Ave N.  Going forward, it will no longer be accessible from the main entrance to the building.

What’s Going On With Queen Anne View

Just a quick note that Laura hasn’t been feeling well and has been unable to work on Queen Anne View lately. Hopefully she will be back relatively soon and Queen Anne View will return to having daily updates. Please keep checking back for her return, and in the meantime I’ll be adding a few things here and there.

Queen Anne Community Council opens up nominations for member elections

Queen Anne signHave you ever wanted to represent the interests of the Queen Anne community? Help ensure a voice in future developments that impact Queen Anne? If so, you may be the perfect candidate for the Queen Anne Community Council.

The annual election of members to the QACC board is September 17th at the QACC annual meeting. Candidate nominations are open to all Queen Anne residents, as well as owners or employees of Queen Anne businesses.

In the September meeting, the QACC will elect 11 members to 2-year terms and one member for a 1-year term.

If you’d like to run for a slot on the QACC board, all you need to do is contact Ellen Monrad via email and send along a 50-word or less statement about why you’d like to be considered.

Streamline Tavern may be steps closer to sticking around Queen Anne

Streamline web

Iconic Streamline sign,
courtesy of Streamline Tavern

The Streamline Tavern is one of the tenants in the block of buildings on Mercer St purchased by the Republic of South Korea for a new South Korean Consulate. That means they will have to vacate their current location at 121 Mercer by the end of this year.

Many readers have asked about the Streamline’s future, and we’ve been watching building sales, leases, and liquor licenses. On Monday, the owners of The Streamline applied for an assumption liquor license – this type of license is issued “where there is a currently licensed business with the same exact type of liquor license”.

The currently liquor license holder is listed as Jabu’s Pub at 174 Roy Street. Yesterday, I spoke with Streamline’s owner, Mike Lewis, about the license and Streamline’s future. Since nothing is final yet, he cannot confirm what may or may not happen in the coming weeks and months. Things are still in flux, and we’d prefer to wait for confirmation (and, ideally, celebration) before publishing local news.

However, Eater Seattle picked up the liquor license news today and posted about the Streamline’s potential new home, writing that “Jabu’s Pub on Roy St. has changed its name to Streamline Tavern”. What’s actually happened is a change to the name on the liquor license, not the business license. Jabu’s is still open and operating as its own business. [note: Eater has since updated the post to clarify the change.]

I’ll be following up with Mike as things start to gel for the Streamline, and as soon as we have confirmation of the Streamline’s next, we’ll be sure to let you know. For now, cross your fingers and hope for the best for all Queen Anne businesses involved.

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