It's that special time of year again when you try to figure out if you know anyone who knows someone who lives on a Lake Union floating home and find out if they're having a party.
That's right, it's time for Fourth of July fireworks.
The Fourth will be here before you know it, so take some time now to figure out your game plan. There are lots of places in Seattle to get a solid view of some fireworks.
This year, the official event is a full-on festival, with performances, vendors, and exhibits starting at noon. When the fireworks start, people can enjoy from paid-in-advance reserved seating and a beer garden from both Gas Works and, for another option, Lake Union Park.
If elbowing through the crowd at Gas Works doesn’t appeal to you, we have some alternate viewing points from most ends of the lake. Pro tip for sifting through your friends list in your head, though: If you know anyone with a roof deck on Westlake, Dexter, or Eastlake—or uphill from Northlake in Wallingford—it might be time to call in a favor.Read More