Northwest NEWS

February 18, 2002

Events

Islamic Fair

*The 2002 Islamic Eid Fair will be held from noon to 3 p.m. on March 2 at the North Bellevue Community Center, 4063 148th Ave. NE
  

UBCCC to meet

*Interested community members are invited to the Upper Bear Creek Community Council (UBCCC) discussion of Property Rights: Taxes and Public Benefit From Your Land at 7:30
  

'The Wrong Man'

*Crime-writer James Neff presents an alternative to Dr. Sam Sheppard as the killer in what became known as "The Fugitive" case at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23

Girl Scout cookies go on sale

*From March 1 - 17, Girl Scouts will be selling Thin Mints, Trefoils, Samoas, Do-Si-Do's, Tagalongs, Aloha Chips, Ole Ole and All Abouts at local supermarkets, malls and businesses. Cost of the cookies is $3 per box.

Book Club to meet

*Barnes & Noble's Real People Book Club will discuss Dermot Healy's memoir
  

March computer classes at Woodinville Library

*This is a hands-on class for people who are beginners on the World Wide Web. Learn about a browser, type web addresses and get web pages, click links, and navigate pages and sites. Sign up for one of the classes below, and learn how to use the Web.

Horses for Clean Water holds workshop

*Horses for Clean Water (HCW) presents a one-day workshop on mud and manure management options for commercial horse businesses on Wednesday, Feb. 27, from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Kelsey Creek Farm in Bellevue.

Jazzercize

*Woodinville Parks and Recreation is offering jazzercise at the Community Center on Mondays

Northshore Senior Activities

*Events at your local Senior Center.

AT THE LIBRARY

*Events at your Local Library System

Community Calendar

*Events in your community.

Both Riverviews Levies now passing

*Riverview Prop. 1, which was too close to call a week after the election, appeared to be on its way to passage late last week with an unofficial total of 60.47 percent in favor.