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Question: At my last physical, my doctor told me that my blood tests showed a deficiency of Vitamin D. He urged me to “get some… Continue reading

These glass designs were created by all 361 students at Juanita Elementary. The creations were made into 5-inch by 5 inch squares and fused together. The glass pieces were donated to the school by Spectrum Glass located in Woodinville.

Glass Art

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  • Jun 3, 2009
These glass designs were created by all 361 students at Juanita Elementary. The creations were made into 5-inch by 5 inch squares and fused together. The glass pieces were donated to the school by Spectrum Glass located in Woodinville.
Molly Wolniewicz Marketing Director Aegis of Kirkland

Memories in the Making art project

The staff from each of Aegis of Kirkland’s Washington Life’s Neighborhood communities recently completed the Memories in the Making (MIM) training with the Seattle Alzheimer’s… Continue reading

  • Jun 3, 2009
Molly Wolniewicz Marketing Director Aegis of Kirkland

KAC call for artists

Kirkland Arts Center is currently accepting submissions for the upcoming satellite exhibit, “Summer in Kirkland,” at the Kirkland Performance Center. Work can be in any… Continue reading

  • Jun 3, 2009

Blaubak showing June 5

Blaubak Gallery will show abstract expressionist works by local artists from 6-9 p.m. June 5 at the gallery, located at 133 Lake Street South in… Continue reading

  • Jun 3, 2009
Six-year-old Grace Weaver of Kirkland holds up a red space giraffe during a performance of Good Night Moon at the Seattle Children's Theatre. The performance was part of Grace's wish to be in a fairy tale

A fairy tale wish come true

Not many people get to see a red space giraffe, drink space-cow milk or meet their Fairy Godmother.

Six-year-old Grace Weaver of Kirkland holds up a red space giraffe during a performance of Good Night Moon at the Seattle Children's Theatre. The performance was part of Grace's wish to be in a fairy tale

Home and garden briefs: Home decor series

Enjoy complimentary classes hosted by some of the most creative home and lifestyle experts in the Northwest during the Simplicity Home Series that run from… Continue reading

  • May 28, 2009

Home and garden briefs: Garden tour to feature unique home gardens

Spend a glorious afternoon strolling through gardens never before open to the public during the Ninth Annual Symphony of Gardens tour from 11 a.m. to… Continue reading

  • May 28, 2009

Boomer briefs: Stroke and vascular screening

Life Line Screening will test for stroke in the carotid artery, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Peripheral Arterial Disease on May 30 at Madison House Retirement Community,… Continue reading

  • May 28, 2009

Boomer briefs: Northwest Senior Games

The City of Kirkland Parks presents the 2009 Northwest Senior Games in cooperation with the cities of Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Mercer Island, and Shoreline. The… Continue reading

  • May 28, 2009
Kirkland resident Mitchie Brusco

Youth to skateboard in reality TV show

Many mothers would have a few choice words for their son if they put a hole in their kitchen floor from constantly riding a skateboard in the house. But Jen Brusco rewarded her son, Mitchie, with the chance to go on the new reality TV show "Next X."

Kirkland resident Mitchie Brusco

Seattle International Film Festival lineup for the Kirkland Performance Center

The Seattle International Film Festival will be showing movies at the Kirkland Performance Center at 350 Kirkland Ave. Kirkland, WA 98033. For more information visit… Continue reading

  • May 28, 2009
Ride for a cause: 7 Hills of Kirkland cyclists begin their trek up Market Street during the annual fundraiser Monday

Cyclists pedal hard for homelessness

On a day set aside to remember men and women who died serving their country, 1,500 bicyclists on Memorial Day instead thought about a different population - the homeless.

Ride for a cause: 7 Hills of Kirkland cyclists begin their trek up Market Street during the annual fundraiser Monday
The Fourth of July celebration in Kirkland has brought together tens of thousands of people in past years.

Fireworks back on for Kirkland’s July Fourth; more funds still needed

The brilliant Fourth of July fireworks show that has lit up Moss Bay for the past nine years is back on.

The Fourth of July celebration in Kirkland has brought together tens of thousands of people in past years.

COLUMN| What you should know about seafood

As a dietitian, I recommend eating fresh fish at least once a week. Less than half of all Americans eat fish on a regular basis, and if they do, it’s usually at restaurants.

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Second Thursdays provides an artist’s space in downtown

With the closing of the Thomas Magnelson’s Gallery last month, the three remaining galleries in downtown Kirkland have banded together with their neighboring retailers and restaurants to start a new event called Second Thursdays on Park Lane.

  • May 19, 2009
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Kirkland Stay-at-home mom Jodie Sarah Masiwchuk draws cartoons in her home office. The artist created Suburban Sarah

Suburban Sarah draws on stay-at-home mom’s life

Not many artists aspire to have their creations recycled.

Kirkland Stay-at-home mom Jodie Sarah Masiwchuk draws cartoons in her home office. The artist created Suburban Sarah
About 125 guests mingle during the live auction portion of the Royal Argosy dinner cruise that helped raise money for the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce on May 8. During the Annual Gala & Auction
About 125 guests mingle during the live auction portion of the Royal Argosy dinner cruise that helped raise money for the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce on May 8. During the Annual Gala & Auction