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Drinking and Wine Bottle Painting with local artist Dina Soy-Olson! Bring your
own wine bottle to paint or we'll have some ready to go. Our multi-talented artist will also create a signature drink in addition to wine and beer and light appetizers

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We’re raising money for Washington Kids in Transition with the Edmonds
Waterfront Festival 5K run! Lets get as many kids and family members to
run as we can - our goal for 2018 is 100 kids! The event is open to runners of all ages so sign up your friends and family today!
If you're a parent of an Edmonds elementary student, listen up! Thanks
to Pizza Hut, we're having a contest and the class from each school
below that signs up the most runners will get $25 worth of pizza!
Just make sure when you sign up for the run, you designate which school
and class your student is in (see registration form). Any/all friends,
families and others who sign up may also refer to this school/class form
to help them win.

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Join us for a catered lunch and learn to find out how you can engage
in the fight against cancer in 2018 by participating in the Relay For
Life of Kirkland and Bark For Life of Kirkland scheduled on May 19th,
2018 at Juanita Beach Park!

Enjoy a free lunch, a chance to win 4 amazing raffle baskets, and learn about the amazing opportunities at
the American Cancer Society to raise funds, awareness, and support
cancer patients in the Kirkland community.

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Once upon a time, in a far away swamp, there lived an ogre named
Shrek.  One day, Shrek finds his swamp invaded by banished fairytale
misfits who have been cast off by Lord Farquaad, a tiny terror with big
ambitions. When Shrek sets off with a wisecracking donkey to confront
Farquaad, he's handed a task – if he rescues feisty princess Fiona, his
swamp will be righted. Shrek tries to win Fiona’s love and vanquish Lord
Farquaad, but a fairytale wouldn't be complete without a few twists and
turns along the way.

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Bark for Life is a fundraiser that honors the life-long contributions and
care-giving qualities of our canine caregivers and companions. These
dogs demonstrate unconditional love, joy and compassion with no
judgement. – Our ACS fundraising goes directly to human cancer research and indirectly also benefits dogs. – People and dogs are in cancer trials together. Dogs get the same cancers as people. – Canine cancer treatments and medications are the result of human research results.

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Located in Ballard on Puget Sound, this popular park offers extraordinary views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. This park features two wetlands, a short loop trail, and restored the northern beach. Golden Gardens offers strolls along a rugged coastline, hikes through forest trails, sunbathing on sandy beaches, fishing from a pier and a boat launch consisting of 300' of shoreline at south end of park. The park is also home to an off-leash area for dogs in the upper northern portion of the park. Dogs are not allowed on beaches, or children's play areas in Seattle parks, per the Seattle Municipal Code.

Come share in our madness and friendship during May ARTwalk on Thursday 17th, 6-9 PM  - 2856 NW Market Street, Seattle, WA

“Out of the basement and onto the walls” features recent artworks by BallardWorks’ Printmakers’ Group Helen Curtis, Diane Davis, Dionne Haroutunian, Scott Kolbo, Vicki Platts-Brown, Anna Savoie, Garett Sweany and Sebastian Voorhes.

Displayed on all three floors, the exhibit includes prints – monotypes, woodblock carvings, etchings — constructions, collages, drawings, and mixed media from tiny to very large, from black and white to colorful, from abstract to realistic renderings. The Group has been working together, inspiring and supporting each other, sharing techniques and knowledge around excellent food and beverages for the past five years.

Photo #1: Scott Kolbo, Migration Walking Figure 01, 2018, 48” X 42”, Ink and Graphite on Paper
Photo #2: Garett Sweany, Dapple weave, 2018, 16″x24″, monotype
Photo #3: Diane Davis, The Red Branch, 2017, 8″x10″, mono print

Welcome to Seattle’s popular 17th of May Celebration, a.k.a. Syttende Mai [Soot-n-duh My]. Last year was one of the largest yet with 1,000’s of spectators lining the streets of Ballard for the parade to see more than 100 groups including marching bands, Norwegian-American lodges, drill teams, classic cars and much more – all for Norway’s Constitution Day.

Parade units and marchers check-in station near Adams school, corner of 28th and 62nd NW. The parade begins at the corner of NW 62nd and 24th Avenue NW. The route follows south to Market Street and eastward to Bergen Place park, then turns right onto 22nd and continues south down Ballard Avenue and ends at Lone St.

In addition to the popular parade there are other events going on all day including music and dancing at Bergen place, a luncheon, kids events and free admission to the Nordic Heritage Museum, and more. For more information, visit our website.

The 20th annual Camano Island Studio Tour is here! With two weekends to enjoy this event- it makes it the perfect springtime getaway. Five new artists have joined for this year, making a total of nearly 60 artists who will be displaying their work. The artwork includes everything from textiles and sculpture to painting and ceramics. This is a self-guided tour. Click on the picture below to visit their website and you can sign up to be mailed a brochure for the tour!

Dates are: Friday, May 11th-13th, 2018 and May 19th and 20th, 2018 from 10.00 am to 5:00 pm.

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