The 17th annual Georgetown Garden Walk takes place on Sunday, July 8 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This casual self-guided tour allows visitors to explore historic homes and gardens in one of Seattle’s most colorful neighborhoods. Maps can be obtained on Sunday at the Bank of America parking lot at1112 S. Bailey St. Additional information can be found at www.georgetowngardenwalk.com.
This year the Garden Walk features “Cross Pollinate,” featuring the work of dozens of Georgetown artists in locations throughout the tour. Organized by James Caudle and Georgetown arts activist Amanda Michele Dellinger, Cross pollinate includes plein air painters Tamera Belland, Jim Pirie, Amy Pleasant, Kathryn Carlotta Taylor, Chris Sheridan, Carlotta Taylor, Gina Tolentino, Karen Kosoglad, Spider, Ruthie V, Mark LaFalce, Sketch Pistols, and Urban Sketchers; costumed figure drawing hosts Sunday Club, and Jamie Bollenbach; roaming dancer Colleen McNeary; sculptors Scott McGee, Tim Fowler, Lance Carleton, Richard Lemmert (Odar), Equinox, Nakisha Vanderhoeven, Sarah Levett, Nakisha Vanderhoeven, Brandusa Bularca, La Delle Sines & Zac, Joshua DeGarmo, and Tonia Arehart; art demos by James Basset (garden art), Gemma Glasser (quilting circle), and Pete Church (boat building); and musicians Forrest Eubanks, The Ten Man Brass Band, The Sweet Spots, Only Trio, Slaughterhaus Rose, Jerk Church.
Funding for Cross Pollinate is provided by the Georgetown Merchants Association and City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. This event is free and open to the public of all ages.