Community Events

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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Kenmore Air history program - June 6

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Kenmore Air Harbor was founded on a shoestring in 1946 by three young men just returned from service in World War II. Aviation mechanics Bob Munro and Reg Collins and pilot Jack Mines established the enterprise on 2.5 acres after buying Gus Newburg’s shingle mill and adjacent swampland in Kenmore at the north end of Lake Washington.
The operation began with a 36-horsepower Aeronca Model K seaplane put together with parts from wrecked airplanes. Within a few months, Munro found himself the sole owner after Mines was killed in an accident and Collins moved on.
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Cascade Warbirds at Paine Field on May 19

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Members of Cascade Warbirds will be exhibiting their aircraft at Paine Field Aviation Day on May 19 in the annual event that celebrates the beginning of general aviation flying season.  They will be featured with other flyers from Paul Allen’s Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Collection, Historic Flight Foundation, and members of the Washington Pilots Association.  The free event will also include Young Eagles flights to introduce youngsters to the experience of flight in private aircraft.

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