Summer Memory Madness Program

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

If you have children aged four through sixth grade (last year’s grade in school), you may enroll them in the Woodinville Church of Christ’s Summer memory Madness Program which begins June 1 and then each Wednesday evening through Sept. 8 from 7-8 p.m.

Summer Memory Madness is a learning center experience that includes activities and crafts while teaching children to memorize Bible verses.

This summer’s theme is "Bee A Blessing" from the Beatitudes of Matthew 5:3-10 and associated verses.

For information and enrollment details, call the church office at (425) 481-4008.

Open House

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Fields at Willie Greens, a new wedding and event venue in Monroe, will host an open house June 5 from 1-4 p.m.

The event, which is free and open to the public, will feature Herban Feast Catering, music, vendors and a pig roast. For information, log on to

Duvall firefighters to serve breakfast

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Come join the fun Sunday, June 5, for the 51st annual Duvall Firefighters Pancake Breakfast. The always delicious all-you-can-eat breakfast of pancakes, eggs, ham, applesauce, orange juice, milk and coffee will be served from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Duvall Fire Station on the corner of 1st Avenue and Stella Street.

Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for senior citizens and $4 for children.

Available this year are fire department pancake breakfast T-shirts and raffle tickets. After breakfast, step outside for fire engine and aid vehicle tours and make sure the little ones get their photo taken wearing firefighters’ bunker gear! Get your kids custom fitted for a new bike helmet Also, kids can also try putting out the "burning building" with a real hose.


Camp Korey summer kick-off

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Camp_KoreyCamp Korey (28901 NE Carnation Farm Road, Carnation) will open their doors to the public for an inside look at the Carnation Farm property Sunday, June 5, from 1 to 3 p.m. All are invited to experience what the campers enjoy during their summer sessions and officially kick-off our summer season.

Guests will enjoy a wide range of fun camp activities such as guided hikes, indoor climbing wall, croquet and bocce ball, PGA swing lessons, SNAG golf, llama kissing booth and pet therapy animals, arts and crafts, face painting, self-guided tours with a scavenger hunt for prizes and special performances by their campers and The Not-Its! The Nestle Museum doors will also be open offering a rare look at the detailed history of the Carnation Farm property over the years.

Suggested donation is $10 per family. Dress up as your favorite superhero and be entered into the costume contest — your admission will be free!

For a detailed event schedule, check the event page at

Self-parking will be available on-site. Please follow the guest parking signs and volunteer attendants on arrival. Once you have parked, signs and volunteers will direct you on to campus.

You will be automatically entered to win any one of several fun prizes once you have completed your on-site registration card.

Though they are animal lovers, no outside animals will be allowed on campus. Please leave your furry family members safe and sound at home.

Attire for the Summer Kick-Off is casual.

The main campus where the event will be held is located on a hill, please wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk from location to location. Weather will play a key role in the event as each activity location is a short walk. Pack an umbrella should the forecast call for rain!

All guests will enjoy light snacks and drinks during the event.

Should you have any questions or need additional information, please call Dawn Draves at (425) 844-3275.

UBCCC meeting to feature Major Wills

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

With the King County Council cutting funds to balance the budget, residents of unincorporated King County need to learn what to expect in the way of response and/or protection from crimes/criminals in this area, how to reach the sheriff when needed and what incidents can they be expected to respond to.

The May 24th Upper Bear Creek Community Council meeting (7:30 p.m. at the Woodinville Water District offices) will feature Major Jerrell Wills of the Sheriff’s Dept. providing an update on these issues.