Country Village hosts kids event

Bothell’s Country Village will host an “Awesome August” celebration for children from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 2-3. The event features train and pony rides, cookie-making classes, an “Everything that Flies” demonstration, basket making, Art on the Spot, face painting, balloon animals, scavenger hunt, birdhouse making, character drawings, belly dancing class, Kings Original Kettle Korn, special kids menu, snow cones, games, prizes and more.

  • Tuesday, July 15, 2008 1:36pm
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Bothell’s Country Village will host an “Awesome August” celebration for children from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 2-3. The event features train and pony rides, cookie-making classes, an “Everything that Flies” demonstration, basket making, Art on the Spot, face painting, balloon animals, scavenger hunt, birdhouse making, character drawings, belly dancing class, Kings Original Kettle Korn, special kids menu, snow cones, games, prizes and more.

Country Village is located at 23732 Bothell-Everett Highway. For information, visit the Country Village Web site at www.countryvillagebothell.com or call (425) 483-2250.

City of Bothell

summer camp teaches techies

The Children’s Technology Workshop will host a multi-technology camp for children ages 7-13 from from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 4-8 at Bothell’s Lytle House, located in the Park at Bothell Landing (9929 N.E. 180th St.). Costs for the full-day program are $595 for residents and $654 for non-residents. The half-day program is $325 for residents and $357 for non-residents. The summer camp is offered by the City of Bothell Parks and Recreation department. For details or to register, visit www.ci.bothell.wa.us or call (425) 486-7430.

Amai Day Spa

to offer gas card

Amai Day Spa is offering an opportunity for one client to win a $100 gas card. For every $50 that a client spends during the month of August, they will be entered into a drawing for the gift.The spa is also entering clients into a drawing to win a $50 gas card for pre-booking their next appointment during the month of July.

For additional information, contact Jamie Black-Lewis at (425) 485-4323, e-mail info@amaidayspa.com, or visit www.amaidayspa.com.

Supplies needed

for school kids

Hopelink, the largest social services agency serving East and North King County, is collecting school supplies to distribute to low-income schoolchildren as part of its annual Kids Need School Supplies drive from July 14 to Aug. 18. The organization will supply backpacks and supplies to schoolchildren who would not have the tools their schools require them to have in order to complete their schoolwork.

Donations can come in the form of monetary contributions, as well as backpacks, dictionaries, calculators, notebooks, binder paper in college- and wide-ruled sizes, rulers, pencil boxes or pouches, pens, pencils, markers, binders and tab dividers for three-ring binders. 

The school supplies will be distributed in late August through Hopelink’s six food bank locations, found in Shoreline, Northshore, Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond and Snoqualmie Valley.

For more information, contact Teresa Andrade at (425) 485-6521, e-mail teresawa@hope-link.org, or visit www.hope-link.org.


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