Community Events

The Anderson School Pumpkin Party

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Come carve a pumpkin and enjoy Halloween fun for the whole family! The festivities include pumpkin carving, Halloween movies such as Hocus Pocus, It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, and The Nightmare Before Christmas in Haynes Hall. There will be live music outside in Haynes Square, ciders on tap, fresh made apple cider donut holes, BBQ, face painting, a costume contest, photo booth and all around celebrating of everything we love about fall.

Sunday, October 21 from 11 a.m. ‘til 4 p.m.
Anderson School - Haynes’ Hall

All ages welcome

Event is FREE to attend but tickets are required for pumpkins and carving kits.

Live Music: Haynes Square & The Best Intentions

Four Shillings Short

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The Celtic & World music duo Four Shillings Short (Christy & Aodh Og) is returning to the Seattle area with a stop planned in Woodinville!
Make plans to attend this FREE Family Concert!

A Samhain/Halloween Concert - Music, Poetry & Folklore celebrating the Celtic bonfire festival of the Ancestors
Sunday, October 14 from 2-3 p.m.

At the Woodinville Library (17105 Avondale Rd., NE, Woodinville, WA 98072)

The Bat Lady - Oct 12

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The Bat Lady will be at the Adopt A Stream Foundation’s Northwest Stream Center on Friday night at 7 p.m. October 12 in Snohomish County’s McCollum Park (600 128th Street SE, Everett WA 98208).  The Bat Lady also goes by the name of Barbara Ogaard. She rehabilitates injured bats for the Sarvey Wildlife Center and is a researcher for Bat’s Northwest.  Pre-register for the Bat Show by calling 425-316-8592; $5 for Adopt A Stream Foundation members, $7 non-members.

Live bats will be part of the presentation along with incredible photo images of bats from around the world and some very cool bat puppets.  Murdoch advises that the Bat Lady has a unique ability to engage little kids and old gray beards at the same time – this is a very entertaining event  Attend this show and you will learn that bats are beneficial in many ways.

Northshore Council PTSA to Host Candidate Forum on Oct. 1

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Northshore Council PTSA, which is comprised of 31 PTAs at schools throughout the Northshore School District, will host a Candidate Forum for candidates in Legislative Districts 1, 45 and 46. The forum will be held on Monday, October 1st at 7 p.m. at the Northshore School District Administrative Building, 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell, WA. Meet and greet with the candidates will begin at 6:30 p.m. 
The following candidates have been invited to participate in the forum: For Legislative District 1 State Representative Position 1 Josh Colver and Derek Stanford, Position 2 Debra Blodgett and Shelly Kloba; for Legislative District 45 State Senate Manka Dhingra and Dale Fonk, State Representative Position 1 Michael Curtis and Roger Goodman, Position 2 Amber Krabach and Larry Springer; and for Legislative District 46 State Senate Beth Daranciang and David Frockt, State Representative Position 1 Jeff Patton and Gerry Pollet, and Position 2 Javier Valdez and Jerry Zeiger-Buccola. 
“Hosting this Candidate Forum demonstrates Northshore Council’s commitment to the PTA mission of being a strong advocate for the health, safety, well-being and education of every child.” said Nancy Chamberlain, Northshore PTSA Council Advocacy co-Vice-President. “Our state leaders will be making decisions that affect every family in Northshore. We want to ensure that all voters can make informed choices in November.”
Questions from the public can be submitted by September 28 at r/5VMHBSY
The forum is free and community attendance is encouraged. However, distribution of campaign materials, including the carrying of signs, in the building by candidates, volunteers or members of the public is prohibited. 

Public invited to learn about proposed safety and congestion relief concepts for SR 522 in Maltby

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Community members and travelers who use State Route 522 in Maltby are invited to learn about proposed congestion relief and safety designs for the SR 522 Paradise Lake Road Interchange.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is hosting an open house on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Community members can discuss and share feedback with traffic engineers about conceptual design options for the busy SR 522 and Paradise Lake Road intersection. No formal presentation will occur and participants are free to come and go at their leisure.
The Washington State Legislature provided WSDOT with $750,000 in the 2017-2019 transportation budget to study improvements on SR 522, including the Paradise Lake Road interchange. An additional $10 million in design funding, allocated in the 2015 Connecting Washington transportation package, becomes available in 2025.
Open house information
What: SR 522 - Paradise Lake Road Interchange open house
When: 4:30 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 2
Where: Maltby Community Club - 8711 206th St. S.E., Snohomish, WA