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Dillon Jarvis attempts to beat the heat by getting doused by a double hoop copper sprinkler, made by Steve Hoppy of Hoppy’s Garden Art. Saturday’s… Continue reading
The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) announces several elementary principal changes for the 2008-09 school year, including the addition of two new principals.
A charity art show benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association will take place from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 23 at Aegis of Redmond, 7480 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway NE.
Outside on the morning of July 30, the skies were grey and gloomy. Inside at Paint Away! — at Redmond Town Center — it mattered not, as a group of young day campers contentedly worked on colorful creations such as a “mug shot” mug (a mug with a photo of a family member) and a faux license plate with their name on it.
The Redmond Arts Commission strives to make art a natural component of everyday life in this fair city. So from time to time, you’ll see someone doing something unexpected in a very public setting.
For generations of youngsters, a PBJ and a glass of milk constituted a simple, satisfying lunch or after-school snack. But for growing numbers of children, ingesting either or both of those foods could trigger a medical emergency.
In Redmond’s Viewpoint neighborhood, people are talking about how they’d like their community to look and function in the year 2030. An eleven-member Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) and senior planner Kim Dietz of the City of Redmond are collecting ideas from residents on all aspects of living, working or playing in Viewpoint.
At the end of September, the Old Fire House Teen Center, in partnership with the Redmond Arts Commission, is hosting a Redmond Arts Festival.
Redmond’s Digital Arts Festival is currently seeking digital artists to submit their digital films or 2-dimensional artwork for the festival’s short-film screening and exhibition of digital artwork.
Redmond’s Arts in the Park program at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15 will feature local high school/college talent, outside of Redmond City Hall, 15670 NE 85th St. Admission is free.
All the world’s a stage for Thomas Moore, a Redmond High School (RHS) junior who has a prominent role in Seattle Children’s Theatre’s (SCT) upcoming teen production of “Urinetown, The Musical.”
With resources such as great city parks, the Old Fire House Teen Center and the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center, it’s not surprising that Redmond’s been named one of the nation’s 100 best communities for youth, by the America’s Promise Alliance, two years in a row.
Birders from across the region flocked to King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond Saturday to celebrate the new Audubon BirdLoop, a trail that provides an up-close glimpse of the wildlife that lives within rare native lowland habitat.
The 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing begin August 8 — and it’s not just the athletes who are stoked.
The Redmond Arts Commission continues its 2008 Arts in the Parks series of free concerts and performances, Friday nights at 7 p.m. on the Redmond City Hall campus, 15670 NE 85th St. Bring a picnic and a blanket.
A fun morning for families is planned at Redmond’s Grass Lawn Park, 7031 148th Ave NE, Thursday, Aug. 7 from 10-11:30 a.m.
“Our generation will go to space,” guest speaker Dr. Bradley C. Edwards told the audience at the opening of the Space Elevator Conference, held July 18-20 at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond. Edwards, a world-renowned physicist and entrepreneur, literally “wrote the book” on The Space Elevator, a radical new way to access outer space without chemical rocket technology.
On July 4, at the ripe, old age of 103, Redmond resident and influential community volunteer Audrey Gorlick passed away at the Evergreen Hospice in Kirkland.