Northwest NEWS

June 29, 1998

Events

Community Calendar

calendar  Have you decided what to do on the 4th? How about Fireworks & Fish, a 1998 Seattle Aquarium Fourth of July Celebration at the Seattle Aquarium?

At the Library

library events  Mummy Madness - Decode hieroglyphics, wrap a mummy and explore the treasures of the Egyptian pyramids. See Bothell Regional Library entry.

Northshore Senior Activities

senior activities Come and enjoy a Sunday afternoon with entertainment by the 50-piece Woodinville Community Band and have some strawberry shortcake.

Blood donors needed now

  A blood drive will be held on Tuesday, June 30 at the Woodinville Unitarian Church.

Carnation's 1998 Great 4th of July Celebration

  There is something for everyone at this celebration! Don't miss it.

"Celebrate America" 4th of July Picnic

  Mike Faast and Brothers Keeper, a northwest country gospel band will perform for the 4th at Washington Cathedral. Those attending will be able to view the Woodinville Fireworks Show from the church property.

Workshop to help preschoolers

  Parents will learn how to help prepare their preschoolers for school by participating in activities that will improve skills needed to learn to read and write.

Lions Club free mobile health screening available

  In 1925 Helen Keller addressed the Lions at their annual International Convention, challenging them to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." Since then, the Lions Club has provided service to the blind and visually impaired and established Sightfirst.