ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY
Leonard C. Altman, M.D., Northwest Asthma and Allergy Center, 4540 Sand Point Way NE, Suite 200, 206.527.1200, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Children's Hospital; Harvard Medical School, 1969; urticaria, asthma, sinusitis, allergy
Steven M. Juergens, M.D., 11201 SE Eighth St., Suite 105, Bellevue, 425.454.0255, Overlake Hospital Medical Center; Mayo Medical School, 1979; addiction/substance abuse, alcohol abuse, drug abuse.
Summer’s here and you haven’t signed up your child for a summer camp, right? Not to worry. We’ve compiled a list of some unusual and “of course” camps that you still might be able to squeeze your little one or teen into. We get it…it’s pretty clear that CAMP really means Caring About Mom’s Peace.
With its ongoing construction (and a major Mercer Street overhaul set to begin this summer), South Lake Union still feels as if it’s in its infancy. But as summer events attest, this baby is ready to party.
South Lake UnionCruise the Lake
There’s nothing like spending a warm summer day in Madison Park (“the village”), with Lake Washington lapping at the shore, Mount Rainier standing tall in the distance and an endless parade of people strolling between the beach and the shops.
When it comes to West Seattle summer scenes, most people picture Alki Beach or splashy antics at the outdoor, saltwater Colman Pool in Lincoln Park (8603 Fauntleroy Way SW), but there are plenty of other reasons to cross the bridge.