Northwest NEWS

February 26, 2001

Events

Northshore Senior Activities

*Northshore Senior Center.
  

1st District town hall meeting

*State Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe.
  

Call for entries - All Fools' Day Parade

*The most foolish folk are invited to participate in the 23rd annual All Fools' Day Parade, Saturday, March 31, in Woodinville.
  

Miniature masterpieces

*During the month of March, a group of local artists are thinking small. For the third year, they are collaborating in a group exhibit of miniature and small paintings at Kaewyn Gallery in downtown Bothell.
  

Experience the restaurants of Bothell.

*Bothell Parks and Rec. offers residents the opportunity to Experience the World Through the Restaurants of Bothell.
  

Music discovery center to open at Benaroya Hall

*Soundbridge Seattle Symphony Music Discovery Center, a new learning arena designed for people of all ages and all levels of musical experience, is Seattle Symphony's final component of Benaroya Hall.
  
  

Northshore has Dominican Republic ties

*Ann Swain, sixth grade teacher at Sunrise Elementary School, will be accompanying two volunteer medical teams to the Dominican Republic March 9-19.
  
  

Music discovery center to open at Benaroya Hall

*Soundbridge Seattle Symphony Music Discovery Center, a new learning arena designed for people of all ages and all levels of musical experience, is Seattle Symphony's final component of Benaroya Hall.
  
  

Community Calendar

*local events.
  
  

Suzanne Marie Johnson

*Born August 20, 1955, in Seattle to Stephen and Barbara Olsen, Suzanne was raised in southwest Snohomish County and was educated in the Edmonds School District.
  
  

AT THE LIBRARY

*events at the library.