Community Events

BEEvesting in Our Community–A Free Grange Program; April 3, 2019

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

If you like to eat, you will be interested in ways to support the local food system. And, if you’re looking for a fun, family-friendly activity that impacts the local environment, bees and pollinators are a sure-fire way to get started.

Several farms, nonprofit organizations and business partners have collaborated to launch a Pollinator Pathway project in the Sammamish Valley. Learn more about “BEEvesting in our Community,” Wednesday, April 3, 7 p.m., at the Grange Hall in Woodinville as the on-going series of free education programs presented by the Sammamish Valley Grange continues.

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Free Savvy Gardener Classes

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Saturday, April 13
Less Work. Better Gardens The Natural Way
 Presented by:  Ladd Smith
Saturday, April  20
Native Plants: Combining Beauty with Water Conservation
Presented by:  Peggy Campbell
Saturday, April   27
Irrigation Systems – How to Water Your Yard and Garden Efficiently
Presented by:  Mark Guthrie
All the classes will be held from 10:00 - 11:30 on three consecutive Saturdays - April 13, April 20, and April 27 at Woodinville Water District in the public meeting room located in Building A at 17238 NE Woodinville-Duvall Road, Woodinville. Attendance is free, but pre-registration is necessary due to space limitations. You can register by calling the Woodinville Water District Office at 425- 487-4100, or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

First Annual Green Elephant Fruit Tree Propagation Fair on March 30

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
What does Petite Peach-Plum, a luscious white-fleshed peach-plum hybrid, Doyenne d’Hiver (Easter Beurre), a winter dessert pear that can be harvested between December and February and can be stored through spring, and Claygate Pearmaine, a rich, nutty, russet apple, have in common?
Home gardeners or non-commercial growers interested in growing those cultivars or other unusual heritage fruit trees that are curated for organic growing in the Pacific Northwest are invited to attend the first annual Green Elephant Fruit Tree Propagation Fair, which will be held on March 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross in Redmond (11526 NE 162nd Avenue). 
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