Northwest NEWS

October 12, 1998


Community Calendar

calendar  Check out all the Halloween activities!

At the Library

library events  Unarmed Combat: safety, precision and art of illusion, Oct. 21. See the Duvall Library entry.

Northshore Senior Activities

senior activities Critical Issues of Long-Term Care: address issues of quality financing, access, and individual rights, Oct. 16.

Synchronized swim classes

  These classes will be held at St. Edwards Pool, Kenmore.

Wastemobile site changed

  The location for the Household Hazardous Wastemobile, scheduled to be in Kirkland through Oct. 23, has been changed to the Kingsgate Park & Ride.

Free family math workshop at Bothell Library

  Parents and their first through third grade children can join in "Family Month" activities by learning how to have fun with math and problem-solving at a free workshop at the Bothell Library.

Crafters wanted for annual holiday fair

  Northshore School District's Special Education Parent's Advisory Council invites crafters to participate in their Country Christmas Craft Fair Nov. 7.

Women's Health luncheon

  More than 1,000 Eastside women are expected to take part in the third annual Women for Women's Health pledge luncheon Oct. 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.

Holiday Craft Show at Farmers' Market

  The annual Holiday Craft Show at the Woodinville Farmers' Market is set for Oct. 17 and 18. Have a look.

'Taste of Red'

  The event will feature special tasting of barrel wines and rare wines from the winery's library.

Relais offers cooking classes

  Cordon Bleu trained chef Eric Eisenberg will lead a hands-on class in the techniques of world class cooking at Relais Restaurant. A Taste of Autumn on Nov. 2 will feature a complete menu using mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest.

Free Family Fun with Learning workshop

  As part of the Family Month activities, parents and children in the Woodinville area can learn how to make reading and writing fun at a free workshop at the Woodinville Library.