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The Kirkland show is part of a 125-stop tour.
Folk Horizons celebrates its 10th year.
The scarlet macaw, Tiki, was the pet store’s mascot for over 43 years.
A monthly health column about natural medicine.
Studio East and KPC are presenting “Mamma Mia” Feb. 7-8 and 14-16.
Programming includes “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” “The Tempest” and “Little Red.”
“Border Doors” features art by students who have visited the United States-Mexico border.
The autobiographical drama was penned by acclaimed playwright Suzanne Bachner.
The theme is “All You Need is Love.”
Father and son Chad and Will MacDonald dig up invasive roots with members of Cub Scout Pack 550 on Jan. 20 at Edith Moulton Park… Continue reading
KPC’s Long Live Rock will play rock encores at “We Will Rock You” benefit concert on Jan. 25.
In January, students will be paying homage to the Beatles, Black Sabbath, Chris Cornell and others.
Jacob Sowby was sustained in November.
On Jan. 29, Kirkland Emergency Management is offering Emergency Preparedness for Pets.
Mike Weinstein has lived in the Finn Hill Neighborhood with his wife for the last 38 years.
Being grateful for the present and focusing on what you have versus what you don’t have is the key to mindfulness.
Chabad of Kirkland Jewish Community hosted its annual public menorah lighting on Dec. 22.
Hundreds gathered for the annual Google Lights on Dec. 13.
It begins at 4:15 p.m. at Marina Park.
Goodwin Connections members expect to sell $10,000 worth of wreaths.