Where: East County Senior Center 276 Sky River Parkway in Monroe, WA
You know it as “pancake breakfast” but it’s so much more. It’s a delicious meal of eggs (cooked to order), ham, sausage, pancakes, French toast, coffee, milk, and orange juice prepared and served by our very own volunteer crew. Held on the 3rd Saturday of each month with all proceeds benefiting East County Senior Center. Only $5.00!
Local farmstead creamery, Cherry Valley Dairy, is celebrating two big awards from the American Cheese Society National Conference for their famous grass-fed butters. Their Unsalted Cultured Butter took home second place and a third place honor was given to the Coffee Butter - made with Duvall roaster, Anchorhead Coffee beans.
The American Cheese Society Competition occurs every summer and this year attracted over two thousand cheese and dairy product entries from the US, Canada, Mexico and Columbia. Head Cheesemaker, Blain Hages followed the award ceremony online via live stream, "I'm really proud of our butters and it is such a rush to hear your name called for these prizes - even over the internet."
This is the second year in a row that these butters have taken home big prizes. The butter is cultured in the traditional European style and is known for its incredible flavor. The dairy's grass-fed Jersey cream provides signature deep-yellow color and heart healthy Omega-3s.
Michael Schmeltzer’s debut full-length “Blood Song” is a finalist for the Washington State Book Award in Poetry. His other books include a lyric exploration of addiction entitled “A Single Throat Opens” written in collaboration with Meghan McClure and the chapbook “Elegy/Elk River,” winner of the Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Award.
Join us for the Duvall Poetry Open Mic on October 4th at 7 p.m.
Emcee: Von Thompson-Wynn
Location: Duvall Library, Meeting Room, 15508 Main Street NE, Duvall
Bring your poetry, prose or even song, along with a friend to hear you at the mic!
King County’s Moss Lake Natural Area will close to the public for more than two weeks this September as crews remove a culvert along a small stream in advance of installing a replacement bridge there next year.
The culvert removal project will block access to the majority of the trail system that winds through the natural area, which features a rare sphagnum moss bog, forested wetlands, and other habitat features.
Heavy dump truck traffic should also be expected along the Moss Lake Natural Area’s access road, and the gate to the parking lot will remain closed for the duration of the project.
Crews will reestablish public access to the site as soon as the old culvert is removed. Workers will monitor water elevations throughout the winter and into early spring to determine the proper height for a permanent bridge structure.
The 372-acre Moss Lake Natural Area is located five miles southeast of Duvall.
Genealogy is the fastest growing hobby in the United States. Do you want to learn more about your family’s history and don’t know where to start? Do you have questions about Genealogy Software or DNA testing? Or, do you have a brick wall you are trying to break through
Whether you are a beginner or experienced genealogist, we are here to help you. The Susan Woodin Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Woodinville Heritage Society are sponsoring genealogy workshops that provide individualized assistance. The next workshop is Wednesday September 20, any time between 6-9 p.m. There is no charge, and WiFi is available. Please bring our computer, and information about your family.
Come with all your questions! We look forward to helping you.