Dining In: Traditions--old and new
Entertain and impress family and friends by bringing the tradition of carving to your table. Follow these simple tips to expertly carve the holiday turkey with ease and style.
Gardening: Caring for decorative greens
Home decorations can last better and be safer for use if they are handled properly. Evergreen trees, once cut, can rapidly become ever-browns if they dry out. Living plants add lasting pleasure to holidays, and will survive well if treated with some care.
Best and brightest lights in Northshore
A drive through the area this season will brighten your spirits as the holiday lights brighten winter nights.
Help with Christmas dinner
The Salvation Army will serve Christmas dinner for 500 of Seattle's hungry and homeless people. Your help is needed to put food on the table.
Multi-Service Centers help with heat bills
With winter approaching, the Multi-Service Centers of North and East King County are gearing up to help low-income people heat their homes during the colder months ahead.
'Naturescaping' your garden
Recently, a wildlife-friendly Landscaping Seminar was sponsored by the King County Wildlife Program. Kate Stenberg, wildlife biologist, hosted the program for a sold-out audience of more than 60 participants at the Woodinville Library.
Tree-Cycle with King County
King County residents can dispose of their Christmas tree and help the environment this holiday season by taking advantage of King County's free Christmas tree recycling program.
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