Northwest NEWS

September 16, 2002

Events

Legislative information now available on-line

*The Metropolitan King County Council today announced that Legisearch, the Council's automated legislative tracking system is now available to the public via the internet.
  

September is 'College Savings Month'

*Gov. Gary Locke has proclaimed September as "College Savings Month" in Washington.
  

Corn Fest and BBQ at Farmers Market

*Enjoy the seasonal harvest with your friends and neighbors at the annual Corn Fest and BBQ at the  Woodinville Farmers Market, Saturday,

Driftwood sculpture class begins

*A new Driftwood Sculpture class has begun at the Woodinville Senior Program, Suite A-03 in the Woodinville Community Center in downtown Woodinville.

Woodstack Car Show and Shine

*The 10th annual Woodstack Auto Show and Shine & Country Junkin' Day will take place on Sept. 21. Owners of vintage, classic or custom cars, trucks or motorcycles are invited to cruise into downtown Duvall and show off their vehicle.

Enrichment Program seeks instructors, volunteers

*Do you have a specific talent, hobby or skill that you would like to share with youth in grades one through six?

'Lifetime Decisions'

*Woodinville author Ralph Palmen will conduct a seminar based on his new book, "8 Critical Lifetime Decisions: Choices That Will Affect the Quality of Your Life,"

A 'Festival of Color' for Duvall

*The city of Duvall will get a jump on fall colors on Saturday, Sept. 28, during "A Festival of Color," Duvall's first annual outdoor quilt show.

W-D Bridge opens to traffic a week earlier than expected

*The King County Department of Transportation surprised residents and even some city officials last week by opening the Woodinville-Duvall Bridge to traffic a week earlier than expected.

Kids' Day

*On Saturday, Sept. 21,Dr. Breck Butterfield, a Woodinville chiropractor, will be sponsoring Kids' Day at Stallion Hill Center from noon until 3 p.m. at 18500 156th Ave. NE.

Northshore Senior Activities

*Americans With Disabilities Act, Sept. 26

Center offering 'School's Out' programs

*The following programs at the Woodinville Community Center are designed to provide children a fun learning experience on "no school" days and provide parents an extended day option.

Quilt display and auction set for weekend of Sept. 28, 29

*The city of Duvall will get a jump on fall colors on Saturday, Sept. 28, during "A Festival of Color," Duvall's first annual outdoor quilt show.

Celebration of Garnet Paar's 90th birthday at Sno-Valley Senior Center

*Family and friends of Garnet Paar are having a little party for her at the Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 1 to 4 p.m.