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Evergreen Family Theatre presents “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

GraceFireman2Michelle Tuck, Miller Dumaoal (Courtesy photo)All is well at the church Christmas pageant until it’s disrupted by the mean Herdman kids. The church ladies are shocked and outraged but Grace Bradley, pageant director, is determined to make it the best Christmas pageant ever! She didn’t figure on cigar smoke in the ladies room, firefighters and baby angels all over the place and the communion wine mysteriously gone! Don’t miss this opportunity for a holiday family tradition: “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” by Barbara Robinson.
Performances run Nov. 21, 22, 28, 29 and Dec. 5 and 6 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 22, 29 and Dec. 6 at 4 p.m. Evergreen Family Theatre is housed in Redwood Family Church: 11500 Redmond-Woodinville Road, Redmond, WA 98052.

Opening Night Special: BOGO — buy one ticket, get one ticket free for opening night performance! Order tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com or call 425-885-2244 for group rates. Day-of-show tickets available at the door.

Gallery features Bothell resident’s paintings

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Cole Gallery in Edmonds will feature a collection of realism pieces by many of their artists, especially highlighting Bothell resident Michelle Waldele-Dick, from Nov. 5 to Dec. 9. Waldele-Dick paints incredible scenes filled with antiques, books, toys and other whimsical objects with a decisive brush stroke and element of magic.

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Suburban soccer mom turned songstress considered for music award

  • Written by Emily Hamann

For decades Solveig Whittle was a Woodinville suburban soccer mom, working at Microsoft and other tech startups. Now she is pursuing her true passion: music.

“I just kinda had this light bulb moment that I’m really an artist,” Whittle said.

Now Whittle’s band Solveig & Stevie is nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award and is up for consideration for a Grammy. In December, they will find out if they made it through the next round of the voting process to be one of the handful of Grammy nominations in their category.

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Woodinville woman turns knitting passion into yarn business with help from little bro

  • Written by Emily Hamann

When it was time for Veronika Jobe to quit her job and pursue her passion, she turned to her family for help.
Her little brother Daniel Burda, who is studying business at Cascadia Community College, jumped at the chance to be her business partner.

They started YOTH Yarns, and in their first year, the business that started on Jobe’s stovetop in her kitchen has grown faster than she could have dreamed.

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