Northwest NEWS

December 4, 2000

Events

Police Beat

*Nov. 22: A male suspect was passed out in his car in a parking lot.When police rapped on the windows they got no response.
  

Have breakfast with Santa

*All kids, young and old, are invited to join Santa for a festive breakfast at the Victorian Manor, 610 First Street in Snohomish.
  

Arts & Crafts Fair benefits Performing Arts Center

*Northshore School District employees will host an Arts & Crafts Fair from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7, in the auditorium of the Ricketts Administration Building, 18315 Bothell Way NE.
  

It's the season of giving

*The 12th annual Season of Giving Food Drive, sponsored by KOMO 4 and Les Schwab Tire Centers, returns to downtown Seattle on Thursday, Dec. 7.
  

SCT's lively and spirited 'Prince Brat' is an ideal holiday offering

*Currently on stage at the Seattle Children's Theatre is the world premiere musical "Prince Brat and the Whipping Boy," based on the Newbery Award-winning book, "The Whipping Boy," by Sid Fleischman.
  

Chef Sarich to demonstrate holiday appetizers at Bothell Fred Meyer

*The Bothell Fred Meyer is hosting a special event from 4 to 6 p.m. on Dec. 13.
  

AT THE LIBRARY

*KCLS presents Subscribe@theLibe, information on new titles in the collection, web sites of interest, and events in your community.
  

Community Calendar

*Prospective adoptive parents info meeting, Dec. 12, Open Adoption and Family Services.
  

Northshore Senior Activities

*Christmas Dinner at Clifford's, Dec. 25, noon, 2 and 4pm, Clifford's Restaurant.