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Great Performers Scheduled for 2017 Music in the Park at Cottage Lake Park Concerts

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

For the 17th year, the Upper Bear Creek Community Council will be hosting its annual Music in the Park event at Cottage Lake Park, located at Woodinville-Duvall Road just west of Avondale Road.  This year’s events feature four consecutive Thursday evening concerts, beginning July 13.  All concerts are held from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. 
This year’s musical lineup features two returning favorites and two artists new to the concert series.  The concert dates and artists are:

Concerts are free and are appropriate for all ages.  Join your friends and neighbors in the Upper Bear Creek area for a relaxed evening at a great location. For more information, visit http://www.upperbearcreek.com/2017MiP.html.  

Music in the Park is made possible by the support of our generous partners, including:

King County Parks, King County Community Service Area Program, Westhill Inc. , and Woodinville Weekly
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MUSIC IN THE PARK
Cottage Lake

July 13 – The Wiretappers – Eclectic acoustic string band
July 20 – Pacific Cascade Big Band – Swing era jazz 
July 27 – One Bad Hat – 60s and 70s classic rock 
August 3 – The Stillwater Hill Bluegrass Band - Bluegrass

First Tech Movies@Marymoor summer lineup offers great big-screen flicks, fun activities

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Have a picnic, chat with friends, play some trivia and enjoy the beauty of King County’s Marymoor Park this summer at the First Tech Movies@Marymoor, presented by Overlake Medical Clinics.     

Now in its 13th season of outdoor movies, the series runs weekly from July 5 through Aug. 23 with all events taking place on Wednesdays except for one Tuesday event on Aug. 8.

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Kenmore earns 'Complete Streets' Award

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

At its May 8 meeting, the Kenmore City Council recognized Kenmore city staff for their efforts in achieving the highest level of the “Complete Streets” Award granted by the Washington State Transportation Improvement Board (TIB). The city was nominated by the Washington State Department of Transportation and Washington State Department of Commerce for the award.

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Council examines Old Schoolhouse development plans

  • Written by Bill Lewis

The Woodinville City Council had a look at its May 9 meeting at refined plans to preserve the city’s Old Schoolhouse and develop the three-acre civic campus site the schoolhouse occupies, as part of an effort to seek a developer to build on the site.

Consultants hired by the city to work on the project presented two illustrated plans showing how the civic campus might look, based on feedback the consultants received from council members when they presented a first-round of plans in March.

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Northshore Schools expanding child-care services

  • Written by Bill Lewis

The Northshore School District is expanding its before- and after-school care program, with a goal of having services available in the fall at every elementary and middle school in the district.

The district will provide the child care services from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. five days a week, including early release days, through partnerships with the Northshore YMCA, the Boys and Girls Clubs of King County, and Champions, a private educational child-care provider, according to district Superintendent Michelle Reid.

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