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Art into the Light - Free Exhibit

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Art is in the autumn air as local artists prepare to bring their work into the public light on November 17th and 18th at the second annual Art Exhibit in Woodinville, hosted by the Bothell Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Nicki Wight, watercolor artist and illustrator who will also  share  her  work  this weekend explained, “Watercolor is magical, I have always loved the translucent qualities of watercolor, it is so fresh and ethereal. Each new piece of watercolor paper is a story waiting to happen and I have 10 grandchildren who provide me with great painting material.”

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25th Annual Gingerbread Village

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
For 25 years, Seattle has embraced the Sheraton Seattle’s Annual Gingerbread Village benefiting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. As a tribute to the city, the theme for the Sheraton Seattle Hotel’s 25th Annual Gingerbread Village is 25 Years of Cheer: A Celebration of Seattle. The hotel invites visitors to stroll through Seattle’s cobblestone past and glimpse into its future, reflecting on what makes the city special.
 
Seattle’s top architecture firms, master builders and Sheraton Seattle culinary teams have come together to rediscover the city’s historic past and imagine the future, including its waterfront. From the looming skyscrapers and underground tunnels, to the Seattle Great Wheel and the Space Needle that symbolize our city today, Seattle has a rich history of incredible structures. Along with a look back at the city’s storied past, this year’s displays will envision the future of Seattle.
 
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Celebrate Veterans, Veteran’s Day, and the American Flag at 21 Acres

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

21 Acres enjoys a year-round relationship with the Veteran’s Conservation Corps and on November 10th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. they are sharing an opportunity to properly retire your “old Glories” in celebration of Veteran’s Day. According to the United States Flag Code, when a flag is worn and no longer a fitting emblem of display, the American Flag must be disposed of in a very particular, dignified manner and only a few named groups are allowed to do so.

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Farms for Life celebrates another successful year

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Volunteers from Farms for Life and representatives of local social service agencies gathered at the Root Connection Farm in Woodinville last month to celebrate the final produce distribution of the year.

Agency reps counted out lettuce, beets, carrots, squash, greens, and other veggies—all grown by local farmers. The tasty produce soon would be on the plates of people in need.

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Northshore School Board Meeting

  • Written by David B. Clark

The Northshore School District’s board met on October 23rd and it was clear that their priorities lie in developing inclusive, dynamic learning experiences and environments for the district’s children. With the year only a few months from its end, the meeting focused both on the successes the district has had while  staying fully cognizant of the work it is going to take to help continue the Northshore district’s rapid climb as one of the state’s leaders in education.

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