Four local organizations were honored for their service to the community during the first annual “Hometown Heroes” celebration at the Sammamish Valley Grange on Thursday, Nov. 18.
The Snoqualmie Valley Senior Center is bridging the gap and creating meaningful connections between older residents and high school students by offering a pen pal program.
Maryhill Winery, Novelty Hill-Januik and JM Cellars are collecting toys during the first annual “Toys for Tastings” from Nov. 22 to Dec. 12.
This season, the Woodinville Cruisers Car Club will host its winter cruise and Santa photos with help from the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce and the city of Woodinville. The event starts on Dec. 19 at 6 p.m.
Runners and walkers alike are invited to join the Woodinville community for the fifth annual in-person Thanksgiving Turkey Trot starting at Wilmot Park on Thursday, Nov. 25, at 9 a.m.
The Eastside Native American Education Program (ENAEP) will welcome Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes for a night of storytelling via Zoom on Monday, Nov. 15, at 6:30 p.m.
Hippotherapy—the use of equine movement in occupational, physical and speech-language therapies—is proven to offer several benefits for patients. Empowering Strides and Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, two nonprofits just outside Woodinville, offer this type of therapy.
Threads & Treads, a free clothing bank at Canyon Park Middle School, has a mission to provide support and resources for families throughout the district.
Unlike years past, the annual Celebrate Woodinville Winterfest celebration will take place at three different locations: DeYoung Park, the Schoolhouse District and Woodin Creek Village.
Interact Club of Northshore is hosting an in-person Halloween celebration at the Hollyhills Owners Association from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 24.
In a first of its kind study, EvergreenHealth and nQ Medical will be evaluating a prospective new device to better analyze the consistency and severity of symptoms for people living with Parkinson’s Disease (PD).
Nathan Phillips is the new CEO of the Northshore Senior Center. He fills the role previously help by Brooke Knight, who is leaving for a career in real estate.
About one in 54 children in the United States have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Every year, salmon make the treacherous journey from the Pacific Ocean, through streams and tributaries, to finally rest at their spawning areas in the hopes of creating the next generation of fish.
Centro Cultural Mexicano, a nonprofit hoping to promote inclusivity through education and service, is celebrating local contributors during a monthlong art exhibition until Oct. 15.
Writers and Wine features four award-winning songwriters and the life stories behind some of their chart-topping hits. The event, which is presented by The Listening Room, takes place at Sparkman Cellars on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
After 16 months of canceled gallery shows and art events, local artists shared their passions with community members during the Woodinville Arts Alliance studio tours on Sept. 18 and 19.
The basset hound, Woodinville’s floppy-eared mascot, has been celebrated by residents for over three decades. Three years ago, Freddy the Bassett moved to town and quickly became a local celebrity
The Friends of Cottage Lake will host its third outdoor fundraising concert in an effort to reduce invasive milfoil and an unhealthy amount of phosphorus in the local body of water.The group hopes to raise $8,000 to cover the costs of milfoil treatment at Cottage Lake next summer, FOCL Presi…
With over 130 wineries and tasting rooms across Woodinville, biking can be the easiest way to get around wine country. Wine and bike enthusiasts alike are encouraged to join the sixth annual Woodinville Wine Ride along the Sammamish River Trail on Sunday, Sept. 19.
Farmers are the beating heart of the local food system. However, many of them continue to face barriers such as finding aff ordable land and combating added challenges of climate change.
Although the 2021 State Spring Special Olympic Games were cancelled this year, the spirit stayed alight during the 40th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run.
In its first-ever hybrid event, the Auction of Washington Wines (AWW) collected just over $2.2 million through several fundraising opportunities.
KENMORE, WASH– Over the last 75 years, a small community on the shores of Lake Washington has grown its air harbor into one of the largest seaplane operations in the world.
The Woodinville Chamber of Commerce hosted two packet pick-up events for the annual Celebrate Woodinville 5K at Woodin Creek Village on Aug. 11 and 13. Musicians Abigail Neilson and Dune Butler each performed while participants hung around the area. The Woodinville Teen Arts Alliance also pr…
Valdemar Estates, a fifth-generation, family-owned winery, is opening its first western Washington location in the new Schoolhouse District development.
September, which is World Alzheimer’s Month, is an excellent reminder to keep your mind and body healthy through the years. Experts say that doing so can reduce your risk for cognitive decline. Try taking on these new hobbies to keep your mind sharp as you age:
Beyond sprucing up your work and living environs, there’s certainly much to love about houseplants, whether it’s the simple act of taking care of something or the fact that some varietals can even improve the air quality in your home (peace lilies, we’re looking at you).
Volunteering at local food banks opened Woodinville resident Sydney Griner’s eyes to the wide range of necessities that weren’t available there – especially when it came to hygiene products.
National Purple Heart Day, observed on Aug. 7 each year, is a day to remember and honor those wounded or killed while serving in the military.
About 150 years ago, Ira and Susan Woodin loaded a boat with their belongings and rowed across Lake Washington to claim 160 acres of land on the Squak Slough (now known as the Sammamish River) and become the first permanent white settlers in the region.
Named after the Triple Horn of Odin in Norse mythology, Triplehorn Brewing Co. is steeped in its owners' Viking heritage.
Molbak’s Garden + Home, the Northwest’s largest independent, retail garden center, has announced that Tye Kinnear has been promoted to the position of Chief Financial Officer, according to a press release.
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