Dining In: An afternoon tea for Mother's Day
An afternoon tea is a perfect way to spend some quality time with Mom. Besides tea and conversation, no tea would be complete without a tray of delectable treats.
Gardening: Enjoying May in Northwest gardens
May! Finally! After a dark, intermittently rainy April, gardens and gardeners are ready for the sunny season. Western Washington is alive in May with blooming shrubs and the unfolding rush of perennial flowers.
Make a Victorian bouquet
Traditional Victorian bouquets are made with one large flower in the center and smaller flowers arranged in concentric rings around it. The whole bouquet is then outlined with leafy green foliage tied with a piece of lace.
Bringing spring blooms to the city
Members of the Woodinville Country Garden Club replanted the window boxes at the Old Woodinville Schoolhouse a few weeks ago.
Garden Club sale returns to Ste. Michelle
The Woodinville Garden Club will hold its annual spring plant sale May 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the grounds of Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville.
Ecology suggests alternatives to burning debris
Spring arrives, and so does yard and house waste. Here are some suggested alternatives from the Department of Ecology to burning the debris.
Free immunization clinics
Evergreen's Health Care Access Program is sponsoring two free measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) immunization clinics for Eastside students who'll be entering the sixth grade this fall.
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