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Nonprofit pub to open in Snohomish

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Features Writer

You’ve heard of nonprofit churches, museums and health organizations. But what about a nonprofit pub? Center Public House, the project of two craft beer enthusiasts with a passion for community, is exactly that.

Started by husband and wife Scott and Loni Wetzel, the pub is in its early stages of development and will likely open around March 2017 in downtown Snohomish.

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Woodinville company to make eco-friendly trailers

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Features Writer

Homegrown Trailers, a new startup based in Woodinville that makes handcrafted teardrop trailers, is for anyone looking to go off the grid in environmentally-friendly style.

The trailers will be constructed entirely from nontoxic and renewable materials. Each unit will be equipped with a solar-powered battery that can keep you off-grid and out in nature without recharging for up to five days.

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Wellington service club visits Foundation House in Bothell

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Helping Hands Service Club from Wellington Elementary met on Friday, March 4 at Foundation House at Bothell. Students delivered St. Patrick’s Day cards and gifts they made to the senior residents living there. The students also shared a short music performance. The seniors were excited to have students visit their community.

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Redmond couple to open Capps Club in Kenmore this spring

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Features Writer

A new 11,000 square-foot music venue with a full restaurant and bar will open in Kenmore this spring. Dawna Capps, who is launching Capps Club with her husband, Mark Capps, called the space “a music venue with creature comforts.”

Dawna and Mark Capps were high school sweethearts in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. They moved to Redmond about 10 years ago. Capps Club is their first restaurant business venture.

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Bestselling Woodinville native author releases new book

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Features Writer

Catherynne Valente, Woodinville native and New York Times bestselling author, dropped the fifth and final book of her young adult series this week.

“It’s bittersweet. It’s been my entire life for the last six years,” she said.

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