Groundbreaking for Burke-Gilman Trail June 28 | Bothell/Kenmore Briefs

The city of Kenmore will celebrate the grand reopening of the Burke-Gilman Trail and break ground on the next phase of State Route 522 construction from 10:30 a.m. to noon June 28 at the Kenmore Community Club, 7304 N.E. 175th St.

  • Wednesday, June 25, 2008 2:52pm
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Burke-Gilman event on tap June 28

The city of Kenmore will celebrate the grand reopening of the Burke-Gilman Trail and break ground on the next phase of State Route 522 construction from 10:30 a.m. to noon June 28 at the Kenmore Community Club, 7304 N.E. 175th St.

People can bring their bikes, strollers and walking shoes to try out the new 73rd Avenue Northeast underpass. Activities will also include decorating bikes at the city of Kenmore booth and getting a bike tune-up from an REI mechanic.

Children’s Garden offers open houses

Residents are invited to learn about growing their own food during summer open houses at the Bothell Children’s Garden, located behind the Bothell United Methodist Church at 18515 92nd Ave. N.E. Master Gardeners will be on hand to demonstrate organic-gardening techniques and to help find fun ways to get families outside and into the garden. Open houses will take place from 10 a.m. to noon June 28, July 12 and 26, and Aug. 9 and 23.

Freeway station receives praise

The local chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has honored Sound Transit’s Canyon Park Freeway Station as an outstanding example of transportation and development engineering, noting the structure’s design efficiency, as well as the use of simple, low-cost materials to create an attractive facility.

The $11 million station, which opened a year ago, includes a freeway stop on the southbound onramp to Interstate 405 from State Route 527, and a pedestrian bridge that crosses over I-405 and connects to the Canyon Park Park-and-Ride. It is served by Sound Transit and Community Transit express buses.

The local chapter of the ASCE annually reviews local engineering projects for excellence in areas including innovative design and functionality.

Friday-night fun

at Bothell concerts

Bothell’s annual Music in the Park concert series will feature:

• July 11

Crème Tangerine

Beatles tribute

• July 18

Tempos

Big swing

• July 25

Mark Whitman

Award-winning blues

• Aug. 1

Nathan Chance

Country

• Aug. 8

Timeless Soul

Motown

• Aug. 15

3 Generations

Bluegrass

• Aug. 22

Magic Bus

Psychedelic Rock

The free concert series takes place seven consecutive Fridays at 6:30 p.m. at the Park at Bothell Landing Amphitheater (9919 N.E. 180th St.).

Kenmore announces

concert series

The city of Kenmore’s sixth annual Summer Concert Series will feature:

• July 3

Clinton Fearon & Boogie Brown

Reggae party

• July 10

Eilen Jewell

Country blues

• July 17

Steven Espaniola

Hawaii’s new artist of the year

• July 24

Chuck Prophet

Americana rock ‘n’ roll

• July 31

Red Stick Ramblers

Louisiana roots music

• Aug. 7

Carlos Cascante y Su Tumbao

Latin jazz

• Aug. 14

Pearl Django

The gypsy jazz of Django Reinhardt

• August 21

Big World Breaks

Funk/dub/soul party

The free concerts are held from 6-8 p.m. eight consecutive Thursdays at Saint Edward State Park, 14445 Juanita Drive N.E.

New to the concert series this year is special guest MC and storyteller, AuntMama with KBCS 91.3 FM.


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