Northwest NEWS

July 13, 1998

Events

Community Calendar

calendar  Did you know over 5,000 roses were in bloom at Woodland Park Zoo's Rose Garden? See the Garden entry of the calendar.

At the Library

library events  Computer Classes - Get acquainted with the library catalog system and the World Wide Web when Nancy Bixler, a computer training associate, presents two introductory classes. See the Fall City Library entry.

Northshore Senior Activities

senior activities What makes your computer tick? This one-day, three or five hour workshop covers basic terminology, concepts, and general skills essential as a foundation for any software program.

Wastemobile comes to Woodinville

  This is a safe way to dispose of unneeded household chemicals.

Tempos present free concert

  This 16 piece Big Band will present a free concert in Bothell.

Snohomish garden club tour

  Included in this year's tour are two gardens which were winners of the Pacific Northwest Garden Contest winning third place in 1997 and first place in 1998.

Summer Picnic Afterhours

  There is no cost for this networking event.

Northwest Wine & Food Festival on July 25

  Members of the Enological Society get tickets for less.

Woodinville Senior Program presents foot care advice

  Topics such as nail thickening, fungus problems, ingrown toenails, bone fractures, bone spurs, warts, bunions, hammer toes, foot sores, persistent foot pain and ankle sprains will be discussed.

Redmond Town Center concerts

  Latin jazz fans won't want to miss this concert.

Free classes on health offered

  Get information on "Traumatic Birth Syndrome."

Literacy workshop

  This workshop is open to parents of children aged 4 and 5.

Reunion

  Bring a chair and a potluck dish to this Old Cherry Valley School Reunion.

Funk family plans reunion

  Bring a potluck dish to share, photos old and new, genealogy information, camera or camcorder to this reunion.

Music in the Park

  Puddlejumper and Suffering Gaels fans, get ready for this concert in the park.