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This is the first Code Ninjas center in Washington.
This event is set for Feb. 28 and is free and open to all.
The showcase will be from 6-9 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Den Coffee Shop in Bothell.
Though the feds are in a wait-and-see mood there are benefits to buying and/or selling now versus waiting
The program combines the joy of reading with the beauty of the great outdoors.
Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop provides grant funds to nonprofit organizations on the Eastside.
Progress doesn’t come overnight and maintaining health is almost always hard work.
The last Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan was adopted in 2013 and it is typically updated every five to six years.
He will discuss Frederick Law Olmsted’s legacy of including green spaces in urban planning.
Locals can learn how to prepare their garden for spring and offer input on future workshops.
The school’s first show of the new year will be the author’s “Pride and Prejudice.”
Applications are due by Jan. 15.
The service will be available twice a week through April 16.
The president of the Sno-King Watershed Council will speak on how they are monitoring the area’s water systems.
House values have roughly doubled in the last 10 years.
Hundreds participate in 5K, 10K walk/run on the traditionally the “worst” weather day of the year.
Now is a good time to reflect back on accomplishments and goals achieved from the last year.
Natalia Johnson is finishing her master’s in classical voice at NYU.
The biennial grant cycle will open Jan. 4, 2019.
UW Bothell served as a sponsor and community partner for the event.