Since I live and work (at our divorce law firm office) in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, and love seafood, I am always happy to see the Ballard SeafoodFest come around each year. Our office has helped sponsor the festival for years now, and we always look forward to getting down to the festival and eating some BBQ Salmon. I’ll probably avoid the Lutefisk easting contest, though we’ve been know to cook a little up at home (sometimes more successfully than other times).
There is a good description of the some of the main events, including the main stage music line up on the MyBallard blog. I understand there may be a chocolate vendor setting up outside our office front door. If so, I’ll have to find an excuse to go by the office.
The music should be particularly interesting. In honor of the retirement of Stan Boreson (my parents had at least one of his records when I was young), they have promised that every musical act will include an accordian this year. The wine and beer garden should be a great place to catch some of that funky music!
I know this post does not have much to do with divorce or the practice of law, but Ballard is a great community to live in and I like to support it any way I can.