Northwest NEWS

June 15, 1998

Events

Community Calendar

calendar  Everett Symphony Orchestra's "By Popular Request" Series II, "Pop's Day Pops," would be a nice Father's Day excursion.

AT THE LIBRARY

library events  Discover Washington & Seattle with Kids, learn how to plan great summer trips. See the Woodinville Library entry.

Northshore Senior Activities

senior activities Come and learn about the Dispute Resolution Center, a community service to assist individuals in resolving disputes without using the court systems by using mediators.

Strawberry social returns

  Free strawberry shortcake will be available throughout the morning (or while supplies last).

Microbrewery Festival

  Featured will be more than 150 samples of beer as well as nonalcoholic craft beverages.

Madison House celebrates 20 years

  Featured will be a formational talk, vintage car show, strolling banjos, a barbecue and tours.

Health screenings at Evergreen

  The Evergreen Health Test covers the full spectrum of health, including weight, nutrition, exercise, cholesterol, cardiovascular and blood pressure, as well as stress, safety and drug/alcohol problems. Optional blood pressure and cholesterol screenings will also be available.

Teen Night Out returns

  Have you tried this new approach to bowling as high tech entertainment?

Games, art and kayaking

  Options for summer fun range from kayaking to birdwatching.

Women's personal safety classes

  The Redmond Police Department is offering a free women's personal safety course for ages 15+.

Greg Eliel: horse whisperer at ranch

  Greg was trained by Buck Brannaman, the "Horse Whisperer" that Nicholas Evans based his novel on.

New chapter of St. Luke the Physician

  Membership in the new chapter will include professional people in all phases of medical work, clergy in the ministry of the Roman, Orthodox, Anglican and Protestant churches, and lay people from all walks of life.