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Aikido Academy was invited to present a workshop on April 15 at the Seeds of Compassion, a five-day gathering in Seattle honoring the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu.
Many restaurants/merchants at Redmond Town Center are welcoming Cirque du Soleil patrons by offering special discounts during the run of “Corteo” at King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Redmond Police arrested a man and two juveniles for strong-arm robbery on Wednesday after investigating two different incidents at bus stops.
Up to 50 non-profit agencies will share volunteer opportunities for individuals, families and civic groups at the Family Resource Center’s 11th annual Eastside Volunteer Fair. The fair takes place on May 3, the final day of National Volunteer Week, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Crossroads, the shopping center at Northeast 8th Street and 156th Avenue in Bellevue.
Free screening of nutrition documentary
The terms “climate change,” “sustainable communities” and “environmentalism” are becoming part of everyday language.
Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna visited Redmond’s Overlake Christian Church last week in conjunction with the GUARD IT! Washington campaign to prevent identity theft.
Despite getting a levy of more than $600,000 passed last year, the Redmond Parks Department and Parks and Trails Commission stated their case to the Redmond City Council at a joint meeting as to why they may ask for another bond as early as next year.
A three-car accident Monday on State Route 167 resulted in the death of a toddler and injuries to four other people.
Monday, April 29
Authors to visit Borders May 3
Host families needed
Alcohol and speed caused a crash along Avondale Road Northeast that killed a 30-year-old Kirkland man early last Friday.
Each month, the Redmond Police Department offers free safety classes.
Library Board looks to fill vacancy
Doleac awarded scholarship
The heat is on. Four surviving bands in the second annual Classic Rock-a-Thon will vie for adoration and prizes at 8 p.m. Friday, May 9 at the Old Fire House Teen Center, (OFH) 16510 NE 79th St. All ages are welcome. Admission is $6.
Instead of a charm bracelet, renowned author Peg Kehret wears a necklace representing all the states in which she has won Young Reader’s Awards. She showed the necklace to students at Horace Mann Elementary during a May 2 visit.
Recreational users of King County’s public spaces are a step closer to getting a new gem to enjoy.
The Overlake School of Redmond capped its 40th anniversary year last month by honoring its first group of founders and inducting its first members into The Overlake Athletics Hall of Fame.