The Roslyn Arts Walk’s Sunshine Series begins Saturday, May 28th. Come visit Roslyn galleries and businesses who will display art! Begin the walk at the Mountain Mermaid/Ewing & Clark building at 102 E Pennsylvania and get a map to guide you on your walk.
|Date: Saturday, May 28th
|Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
The Mountain Mermaid is located in the old American Legion building on East Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Roslyn. The Mountain Mermaid is the perfect place to do about anything. Looking for something to eat? They have sandwiches, soups, cookies, breakfast croissants, etc. Looking for coffee? Order an espresso. Want to buy some art or random toys, books, or other knickknacks? Got that too. Want to know about anything in Roslyn area? Ask them – nearly every person working there has lived in Roslyn their entire lives and knows the area like the back of their hands. Want to rent your next vacation room? The Mountain Mermaid has hostel lodging on the second floor with shared bathrooms and kitchenette with prices starting as low as $40/night depending on size of the room and the time of the year. If you are looking for something nicer, they manage over 60 other places to stay including Harry’s Inn and individual homes in the Roslyn / Cle Elum area. For more information follow the link to Roslyn vacation rentals.
So whether you need a place to stay, lunch, a cup of Joe, or just needs some directions – stop in Roslyn’s Mountain Mermaid – they can help you.
The annual Seussapalooza chili dinner and auction in Roslyn is happening this Saturday, March 5th from 6-9 p.m. at the NWI Building. This is the fundraiser’s fifth year, the proceeds of which are used to benefit the Roslyn Library. Come hungry as over 15 different chilies will be served, and spirits are available for purchase. Auction items will include a variety of homemade arts and crafts, household items, and local services among others. The proceeds are used to buy technological equipment and books for the library. Tickets for the event are $15 for adults and $10 for children, available for purchase at the library. Come one, come all and enjoy some good chili while helping out a great cause.
Heavy snowfall has been hitting the area as of late, and 1-90 was closed for a couple hours Monday due to dangerous routes. Roslyn nor Cle Elum were accessible from approximately 11:30 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., when DOT reported all lane were open again. Nearly 8 inches of snow had fallen since early Monday and over 70 miles of 1-90 was closed. Although the interstate is open once again, be careful on your commutes to Roslyn and Cle Elum as there is still a lot of snow in the area.