FEBRUARY 10, 1997

 The Edwards Agency

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Workshop set on street preservation project

   The City of Woodinville will host a public workshop Feb. 13, from 5-7 p.m., for property owners, business owners and managers, employees, and other interested parties regarding the NE 175th Street/140th Avenue NE/Woodinville-Duvall Road "Street Preservation Project." City staff and consultants, including a certified arborist and landscape architect, plus members of the city's tree board will be on hand to answer questions about the road project. The workshop will be held in the City Council Chambers behind City Hall. For more information, contact Marie Stake, 206-489-2700, ext. 245.

Wednesday lectures

   Every Wednesday in February, a guest speaker will present a lecture at Lake Washington Technical College in Kirkland. The public is invited to this free lecture series to be held on Feb. 19 and 26, between 11:30 am and 12:30 p.m. in the college's auditorium, room W-404.
   On Feb. 19, Ed Parris, poet and English instructor on the college's faculty, will read from his published works, including his latest, The Boy in the Bushes. The concluding presentation on Feb. 26 will be a one-man play on the life of Teddy Roosevelt created and enacted by Bob Overholser, a professional actor and director. Brown-bag lunches are welcome at the lecture series. Call 803-2212 for more information.

Wastemobile in area

   The King County Solid Waste Division's traveling Household Hazardous Wastemobile will be at Lake Forest Park Towne Center Feb. 13, 14, 20, and 21, 12-7 p.m., and Feb. 15 and 22, 10-5 p.m. King County residents can drop off used paint, paint thinners, pesticides, automotive products, and car batteries at no charge. Call 296-4692.

Genealogy Interest Group

   The Snoqualmie Valley Genealogy Interest Group will meet Feb. 19, 9:30 a.m., at North Bend Library. The program will be from a presentation of the Museum of Appalachia in east Tennessee on living patterns up to World War II. Jan Pankratz will relate the information to migration patterns. Newcomers are welcome. For more information, call Mary Anne at 222-5620, Joyce at 868-1850, or Tove at 788-1266.

Arts in the Valley

   Any established Snoqualmie Valley gallery interested in participating in a group effort to encourage the arts in the Valley with joint or combined shows is invited to attend a meeting at Gardens & Sunspaces, 15611 Main St., Duvall, on Thursday, Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. Call Glenda at 788-4228 for information.