JANUARY 20, 1997
More home & garden
Hepatitis B vaccinations
The second in a series of three hepatitis B injections will be available to 11-19 year olds in the Northshore School District community. Although the vaccinations are free, a $10 donation to cover administrative costs would be appreciated. Optional dates and locations include: Canyon Park Junior High, Jan. 21, 4-8 p.m.; Snohomish County Health Department, 3030 Rucker Ave., Everett, Jan. 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (no appointment necessary, 339-5220); and Northshore Public Health Center (206-296-9816 for appointment). Clinics are open to all public and private school students in the area. A parent/guardian must accompany each child under 18 to the clinic.
Chef signs new cookbook
Culinary master and television personality Graham Kerr will be signing his newest cookbook, Swiftly Seasoned, on Jan. 25 from 10 a.m. until noon at the Pennsylvania Woodworks furniture store in Woodinville. This latest release is the companion cookbook for Kerr's new PBS-TV series, which was filmed in Seattle and began airing on PBS stations nationally this month. The set designer for the new series chose Pennsylvania Woodworks, a furniture retailer that features furniture hand-crafted by the Amish, with stores in Woodinville and Issaquah, to achieve a warm "at-home" feel on the set. Call 1-888-53AMISH for information.
'Let's Eat Ethnic'
The Ethnic Heritage Council's 1997 Let's Eat Ethnic 2-for-1 ethnic dining coupon book features 60 of the area's best ethnic restaurants and can be used throughout the year. Proceeds from Let's Eat Ethnic sales benefits the Ethnic Heritage Council, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting inter-ethnic communication and cultural preservation in the Pacific Northwest. Cost is $16 (plus a $1 shipping and handling fee). Call 443-1410.
Learn the skills needed to quit smoking at Overlake Hospital in a 6-week series on Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Jan. 29. Cost is $65. Call 688-5259.
Old house preservation series
A series will focus on the common problems of older homes Jan. 28 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Good Shepherd Center. Call 622-6952.