Dining In: Sweet winter onions promise 'no more tears'
Onion lovers don't have to wait until spring to enjoy sweet, mild onions. The OSO onion (pronounced Oh-So), grown in the Andes Mountains of Chile, is now in area supermarkets.
Gardening: Glorious bulbs
Even with occasional wintry blasts, the climate west of the Cascade Mountains is generally mild enough to allow us to experience flowers in mid-winter from bulbs and shrubs chosen for their winter interest.
Area companies exhibit at Garden Show
The Northwest Flower and Garden Show, Feb. 7-11 at the Washington State Convention Center, will feature Northwest landscape designers and nurseries, 33 gardens and displays spanning five acres.
Northshore Y begins 'Partners with Youth' campaign
Community volunteers will gather Jan. 31 at the Northshore Senior Center to launch the Northshore YMCA's 1996 funding campaign, "Partners with Youth."
Used cars, boats benefit local charity
Through the brand-new Arc Automart Program, The Arc/King County (formerly called the Association for Retarded Citizens) is able to raise funds for local services for people with developmental disabilities via the donation of used cars and boats.
Senior Rights group seeks volunteers
The Senior Rights Assistance Program is recruiting volunteers to help seniors connect with programs services and provide program administrative support.
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