Northwest NEWS

May 25, 1998


Community Calendar

calendar  Have you always wanted to learn to dance? Have you wanted to brush up on some classic dance steps? There is a dance workshop, all ages and levels, at Rebekah Lodge in Bothell. See Women's Interests.


library events  Learn what you need to know to get started in sea kayaking. Refer to the Woodinville Library entry .

Northshore Senior Activities

senior activities Classes and activities are offered at several sites throughout the Mill Creek area. They include line dancing every Monday morning, a walking group on Tuesday mornings, an amateur radio group on Friday evenings, and two classes "Introduction to Duplicate Bridge" in June and "Growing and Using Culinary Herbs" in July.

New pedestrian bridge to be dedicated on Bike-to-Work-Day

  Anyone interested in making Woodinville history is invited to stand on the Woodinville Valley Trail Bridge for a community photograph. Get the details.

Kids help other kids at American Cancer Society walk

  Join this two hour walk followed by a party inside Memorial Stadium. The cause is a good one. Read all about it.

Burn ban starts June 1

  This ban will effect all residential outdoor burning. Learn more.

Bothell High reunions

  Seven classes are having reunions. Is yours?

Auction to benefit softball team

  The Washington Seahawks girls' fast-pitch softball team is holding an auction to offset expenses to the National Championships. Join the fun.

Bothell Parks plans benefit softball game

  Bothell senior class will play the police department. Don't miss this.

Driftwood sculpture

  The exhibit presents weathered wood pieces collected from beaches, rivers, forests, even clearcut areas, then carefully cleaned, shaped, sanded and finished. This painstaking process takes an artist months, sometimes years, to create an interesting piece of driftwood.

UAC meeting planned

  This Unincorporated Area Council would like to serve as a conduit between the residents of Cottage Lake, Tuck Lake, East Ridge, Paradise Lake and the King County Council.