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Celebrate Woodinville 2015 summer events announced

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The City of Woodinville, Greater Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, Woodinville Wine Country and Northshore YMCA are pleased to announce the 2015 Celebrate Woodinville Summer Event Series at Wilmot Gateway Park in downtown Woodinville. Five events will be offered this summer, including four Wednesday evening concerts on July 15, July 22, July 29 and Aug. 5, and the third annual Woodinville festival on Aug. 15. Each event will feature live music, local wineries, breweries, restaurants and food trucks. The festival will begin with the annual pancake breakfast and Woodinville parade, and will also showcase the Woodinville farmer’s market, arts and crafts fair, exhibitors, children’s activities and the popular Basset Bash.

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Celebrate Woodinville Parade Winners

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

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Best Overall Entry — Plaza Garcia
Best Float — McLendon Hardware
Most Foolish — Basset Brigade
Best Business — Westhill
Best Individual — Ballerina from Woodinville Dance  Academy
Best Music — Ronald McDonald
Most Original — WHS Robotics Club
Best Animal Entry — Homeward Pet Adoption Center
Best Children’s Group — Woodinville Junior Cheer & Football
Best Drill/Dance Team — WHS Cheer & Football
Best Vehicle — Woodinville Rotary

Stellar line-up for Celebrate Woodinville this summer

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Wondering if your favorites are lined up for the Celebrate Woodinville events this summer? Here’s another sampling of the great bands, local wineries, breweries, restaurants and food trucks that will be featured. Mark your calendar to join us for the Fourth of July celebration, Wednesday evening concerts in the park on July 16, July 23, July 30 and August 6, and the second annual Woodinville festival on August 16.

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Celebrate Woodinville - 2012

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

All Fool's Day Parade and Celebrate Woodinville festivities were enjoyed by all.

 

Basset hound and treat
Basset hound keeps an eye on the prize.
Cake, councilmembers
City councilmembers served cake celebrating the 19th anniversary of cityhood. Staff Photo/June Collins-McKiernan


Cathcart Unicycle Clut
The Cathcart Unicycle Club. Photo by Don Mann.
Children's Activity
Legos at the Children’s Activity & Family Resource Fair were a big hit. Staff Photo/June Collins-McKiernan


Festive but well protected
This parade-goer was festive but
protected against rain and chilly temps.
Photo by Don Mann.
Face painting
Face painting at the Children’s Activity & Family Resource Fair drew a line-up of kids wanting to be decorated. The fair was held at The Y at the Carol Edwards Center.


Grand Marshal
Julie Boselly, publisher of the Woodinville Weekly, was grand marshal for the All Fools’ Day Parade, an annual event founded by Boselly’s mother, Carol Edwards. Staff photo
Having fun at the parade
Having fun at the parade. Photo by Don Mann

 

The starting line
The starting line. Staff photo/Don Mann