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Chuck Henry is serious about sustainability, but he had the crowd chuckling at the Washington State Technology Summit.
Can a Safeco Field hot dog stand perform miracles? St. John Vianney’s Jan Kline thinks so.
District 6 Metropolitan King County Councilwoman Jane Hague will host a community town hall May 10 from 10 a.m. to noon at Bellevue City Hall to “help remove the mystery behind (green) terms and to present practical, everyday ideas for protecting the environment,” according to a news release.
There was a lot of buzzing going on in Cary Therriault’s garage last April 20.
The New Poet’s Society held an awards ceremony for student writers on April 20 at Lake Washington High School’s Cadle Theatre. Students from Redmond, Lake Washington and Eastlake High Schools competed against others from their school and final poetry selections were then forwarded to the New Poet’s Society to be considered for scholarships and other prizes.
Restaurants under the McLeod project umbrella have already begun to clear out. Peruvian restaurant Mixtura left two weeks ago. Sasi’s Cafe plans to be out May 3. World of Wrapps is long gone. And Italian-inspired Calabria is looking for a new home. The four are making way for a four-story, 157,000-square-foot mixed-use office and retail building along Lake Street South between the Bank of America property and 2nd Avenue South that recently gained approval from the city.
Farmers markets are close to opening. Here’s where to find them:
The Madison House Retirement Community will host its 2nd Annual Red Hat Extravaganza tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Area Chapters of the Social Club will attend the event, which will feature a Fashion Show and a wide range of vendors from chocolate, cosmetics, jewelry and purses. Madison House expects 300 ladies over the age of 65 this year.
The Rotary Club of Kirkland announced its annual scholarship awards April 7.
Athletic rivalry between the ‘Stangs, Kangs and Wolves is nothing new. Now students from Redmond, Lake Washington and Eastlake High Schools are facing off in a very different field -- the field of poetry. And there’s money at stake.
Kirkland neighborhoods will be busy in the coming weeks with the following public walks:
Ever wondered what your impact is on the environment? With an online community of two million members, Kirkland-based EarthLab.com might have the answer.
Kirkland’s below average crime rate stayed low in 2007, according to statistics released by the Kirkland Police Department.