Northwest NEWS

August 23, 1999

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Book group to meet at library

   A book discussion group will be at the Kingsgate Library this Saturday, August 28, from 10 a.m. to noon. The selection is I Know This Much is True, by Wally Lamb.

Al-Anon Anger Management meeting

   A new Al-Anon Anger Management exploratory and information meeting will begin meetings this Thursday, August 26, at the Edgewood Apartments Community Room, 14118 NE 181st Pl. in Woodinville. Call 425-482-6998 for further information.

First annual Kenmore Arts & Crafts show

   The First Annual Kenmore Art Show will be held at Northlake Lutheran Church at 6620 NE 185th St., from Aug. 27 through Sept. 2. The show will include a juried exhibition of paintings, drawings, metal and wood crafts, fiber art, glass art, and jewelry. For more information, call event chairperson Roland Lindstrom at 425-486-6050.

Skatepark meeting

   Community members are invited to the first planning meeting for a Woodinville skatepark, Sept. 14 at City Hall. Based on community ideas, the Commission will recommend a site and construction type to the Council. For information, call (425) 489-2700 or send e-mail to laney@woodinville-city.com.

Bothell Rec to offer pediatric CPR class

   Adult/Pediatric CPR Class will be offered on Wed., Sept. 1st, 7-10 pm, at Bothell's downtown firehouse (10726 Beardslee Blvd.). A 2-year certification card will be issued upon completion. Fee is $20. Pre-registration is required by calling the Bothell Park & Rec. Dept. at 425-486-7430.

Chamber Auction

   The Woodinville Chamber of Commerce Auction will be held Sat., Oct. 9 at Bear Creek Country Club. Tickets are now available for $50. Call 425-481-8300.

Weigh Down workshop

   Registration is open for a new 12-week series of Weigh Down Workshops beginning with orientation on Sept. 7; the actual class will start on Sept. 21 at 6:30 at Washington Cathedral. The cost is $103, which includes course materials. More information is available at www.wdworkshop.com.

Pirates heading for Kenmore

   The Pirates of Treasure Island will invade Kenmore on Sunday, Aug. 29, for the town's first birthday party. They will start at McDonald's at 10 a.m. for breakfast and then take part in the parade. Following the parade, the group will be at Mikey's in Kenmore Village.