Northwest NEWS

October 14, 2002

Entertainment

Oktoberfest at Farmers Market

*The 2002 season at the Wooodinville Farmers Markets closes with the annual Oktoberfest and Holiday Show Saturday, Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  
  

Columbia Winery celebrates 40 years

*Columbia Winery, is hosting a 40th anniversary celebration Saturday, Oct. 19, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., at 14030 NE 145th Street in Woodinville.
  
  

'A Life of Leisure'

*Local artist and teaching staff member at Bothell's Arts Umbrella, Gail Hornsby Thompson will have a new body of work on display at Kaewyn Gallery in Bothell beginning Oct. 18.
  
  

Work by Bothell artist at Asian Art Museum

*Linda Lunt of Bothell has a piece of her textile art work, "Long Life With Happiness," in the upcoming show, Gifts to Gold Mountain: Poetry in Translation at the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
  
  

Drums and Fire of Japan features ancient art of pottery firing

*On Friday Oct. 25, community members are invited to observe an all day demonstration by Seattle Pottery on the ancient tradition of Japanese Raku pottery firing at Fall City Elementary School.
  
  

Snohomish farms celebrate October Festival of Pumpkins

*The month of October will see the celebration of the Festival of Pumpkins in the City of Snohomish and the surrounding farming community.
  
  

Winter at the Zoo

*Programs at the Woodland Park Zoo are effective Nov. 1-Feb. 28.
  
  

Harvest Faire

*Classic Nursery will host a Harvest Faire Saturday, Oct. 19, from noon-5 p.m.