Northshore Schools Foundation (NSDF) is excited to announce its second annual free family festival on Saturday, June 8 at Pop Keeney Field in Bothell. The Foundation’s All In for Kids Family Fun Day is a day filled with kid friendly activities and live music that will encourage community connection, family friendly activities and the celebration of a great year.
Have you been imagining your summer garden? Debating which tomato to grow on your deck or which one will have the sweetest juicy flavor? Or, wondering what plants will attract hummingbirds and butterflies to your backyard? The Woodinville Garden Club Plant Sale has solutions for you!
Beautiful, healthy plants, especially chosen for our Pacific Northwest climate, will be found at the Woodinville Garden Club Plant Sale. This popular event returns to the bucolic grounds of Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 9:00 to 3:00 pm.
Tomatoes, annuals, hanging baskets and planted containers are among the extensive selection of over 15,000 plants that will be available. New and unique plant varieties will be offered. These include Tomato “Sweet and Neat”, a perfect red cherry tomato ideal for container gardening and a juicy Heirloom, “Genuine”, known for rich and tangy flavor. Many other favorite and dependable varieties, such as “Sungold” and “Early Girl”, all greenhouse grown in sturdy one-gallon containers, will be there too.
The public is invited to a three-part series on homelessness in our community. The free event will take place on Tuesdays, May 14, May 28 and June 11 from 6:30-8:30pm at the Bothell Police Department Community Room (18410 101st Ave NE, Bothell).
Would you like to explore a farm and chat with a local farmer? Want to share with the littles where their food comes from? How about a visit with baby goats? Make plans to attend the annual Sammamish Valley Spring Celebration, Friday to Sunday, May 3-5th. Stop by the farms and businesses that support our agriculture community.
Eastside community college students and faculty, high school students and parents, industry leaders and recruiters converge at Cascadia College for the first annual TechFest Bothell. Attendees will explore the future of tech and tech education in the Puget Sound region through presentations, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities.
The event features Keynote Speaker Alice Steinglass, the president of Code.org, a nonprofit organization working to increase access to computer science in education.