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Famous Snohomish summer wine walks return for an 8th year!

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Need another reason to love summer? For the eighth year in a row, downtown Snohomish merchants will host wine tastings in their stores on second Saturdays June through September. “Sunsets in Snohomish” wine walk events take place on June 9, July 14, August 11 and September 8, from 4-8 p.m.  Proceeds support downtown revitalization and beautification projects.

June 9 marks the first of the monthly events in 2018. Always a “bring-your-own-glass” event, advance tickets are $25.00, which includes eight tastes of wine and a $10 voucher to purchase bottles of wine. Tickets at the door are $30.00. Extra tastes can be purchased for only $1.50 each. For all those collectors out there, commemorative wine glasses can now be purchased at each event for only $10. “How fun is it to buy your glass in June and use it all summer long,” said event organizer Debbie Carlson-Gould. “We’re also offering bottle totes free with the purchase of two bottles of wine. Boom! It’s easy to carry home your favorite wines.”  First timers will be joining the fun this year: Armstrong Family Winery, Truth Teller Winery, Long Cellars, DeLille Cellars, and Eternal Wines.

More than wine tasting: a variety of stores stay open late for evening shoppers, and selected restaurants offer dining specials for event guests. Take a detour along the riverfront trail for scenic vistas and glimpses of skydivers and hot air balloons. Meander through 150-year-old streets and surround yourself with Northwest history. More information and tickets www.HistoricDowntown
Snohomish.ORG .

Woodinville Pioneers Come to Life on Memorial Day

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
On Memorial Day, Monday, May 28, from noon to 3 p.m. the Woodinville Heritage Society, Woodinville Cemetery Association, and Susan Woodin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will sponsor a living history tribute at the cemetery.  This will be the fourth year that the ladies of DAR have performed for this event. 
 
Activities will begin at noon, when local boy scouts will raise the flag at the cemetery. After the flag service, actors in period clothing will represent early Woodinville pioneers including Clara Teegarden, Woodinville's first school teacher; Susan Woodin, who along with her husband Ira founded Woodinville; Mary Hansen, who operated a boarding house for local mill workers, Manda Hinch, who sold her treasured side saddle in Tennessee before moving west; Seneca Phillis, a soldier in the Civil War; Flora Collicott Brown, who drove one of the earliest cars in the area - at the age of 12!
 
All are welcome to learn about the vibrant history of Woodinville’s early pioneers. The Cemetery is located at 13200 NE 175th Street. At the northeast corner of the cemetery is onsite parking and an entrance. Please note that no dogs are allowed inside the cemetery boundaries.

For additional information, please contact Lucy DeYoung, Regent, Susan Woodin Chapter, NSDAR: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Monroe Concert Band - June 16

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
The Monroe Concert Band invites you to come celebrate all the dads or "pops" in our community with a special concert filled with popular music.  Come hear medleys from the Beatles and Led Zeppelin and arrangements of songs like Happy and Blue Moon.  As an added bonus, each audience member will receive one free ticket with the chance to win door prizes donated by the Monroe business community.  Door prizes include a grocery/home store gift card, a free gym membership, and a gift certificate to one of Monroe's finest coffee shops. 
 
Monroe Concert Band
"Pops for Pops”
June 16, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center - 17001 Tester Road in Monroe.  Attendance is FREE!

Ransacked Attic/Rummage Sale Donations

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
The Northshore Senior Center is preparing for the annual Ransacked Attic/Rummage Sale in August.
 
Donations of clean, used items will be accepted from June 1-July 27.
 
Any electrical items should be in working condition. Due to space limitations we cannot accept some donations such as large furniture, appliances, computers and components, magazines. A listing of accepted and non accepted items is available at the center or call 425-487-2441 with questions.
 
The preferred donation times are 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Mon-Fri. We will have volunteers available to assist with unloading your vehicle. Donation receipts are available.
Proceeds of our sale support services at Northshore Senior Center.
 
Thank you for helping us raise funds.
 
The Northshore Senior Center is located at 10201 East Riverside Dr. in Bothell.
 

Big Backyard 5K on June 3

  • Written by Karin Hopper
Have you registered yet? There is still time for individuals, kids, groups, and teams to register for our 9th annual Big Backyard 5K presented by Kaiser Permanente on Sunday, June 3. The BBY5K is dog, stroller and family friendly, and for kids ten and under, there is a free 1/4 mile Kids Dash.
 
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