Northwest NEWS

September 7, 1998


Community Calendar

calendar  There is a Boomerang class offered by the Redmond Parks Department, Sept. 12, for ages 14 and up. See the Classes, Seminars & Workshops category.

At the Library

library events  Red Cross Baby-Sitting Training Class. Successful completion of this three-part course earns you Red Cross certification. Classes are Sept. 9 and 16. See Bothell Library entry.

Northshore Senior Activities

senior activities Enriching Friendships, join a three part series and explore skills and techniques to enhance friendships, Sept. 11, 18, and 25.

Kenmore Historians To Meet

  You are cordially invited to join a newly forming group of Kenmore historians. Much had been written about the history of Kenmore dating back to the turn of the century. Efforts will be made to further research, learn, document, and collect information and artifacts which will be preserved for future generations to use and enjoy.

Jazz Northwest to celebrate diversity

  Spectrum Dance Theater will present "Jazz Northwest" at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall on Friday, Sept. 18. Have a look.

Meet the 45th District candidates

  Candidates at the forum will include Bill Backlund (R), Laura Ruderman (D), Kathy Lambert (R), Bill Grace (D) and Bill Finkbeiner (R).

Assistance dogs to show off skills

  The Sammamish Valley Grange invites the public to a free demonstration of assistance dogs Sept. 16.

Back-to-school barbecue

  The families of Wellington Elementary School are invited to a back-to-school barbecue Sept. 11.

Corn fest/barbecue

  Enjoy the seasonal harvest with your friends and neighbors at the annual corn fest and barbecue at the Woodinville Farmer's Market, Saturday, Sept. 12.

Beanie Baby raffle to benefit Hooterville

  Hootervile Pet Safehaus will raffle off a Peace Bear authentic Ty Beanie Baby Sept. 30. Tickets are $1 each.

Blood Drive

  The Puget Sound Blood Center will hold a blood drive Sept. 15 in the gym at Wooden Cross Lutheran Church.