Archive for May, 2013


Name this photo, and win dinner at Dahlia Lounge

Seattle artist Mark Calderon has an intriguing show on now at Greg Kucera Gallery. One of his pieces in the show, a sculpture called “Reflect,” is shown here. The shape is reminiscent of a stomach, but that’s not what it represents — it’s actually a specific geographica The Seattle Times: The Arts

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New, improved dogwoods add strength and variety to beauty

Breeders have jumped in to create anthracnose-resistant cultivars. The Seattle Times: Home & Garden

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Stroller Strides

June 1, 2013Stroller Strides is a great way to get back in shape, have fun with your baby and meet other moms. The stroller based workout addresses mom’s exercise needs in a fun and refreshing format. Any sturdy stroller is acceptable and exercise equipment for class is provided. Mount Vernon, WA – Calendar – Parks […]

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David Pfeiffer takes yard from dull to dynamic (and great for kids) in Medina

The family hired the landscape architect to turn their yard into a nature sanctuary as well as a place for their two young girls to play. The Seattle Times: Home & Garden

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Beginning Adult Golf Instruction

May 28, 2013Start with the basics and learn from the best at Eaglemont Golf Course. Four instructional classes will cover grip, stance, alignment, chipping, putting, and golf etiquette. Balls are provided. This class is designed to get you on the course in no time. Great instruction from the golf pros at Eaglemont Golf Course. Mount […]

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5 things to do with mom this weekend

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Win free passes to SAM

Only one week remains for Seattle Art Museum’s Old Masters exhibition, “The Treasures of Kenwood House.” How would you like to go … on us? The Seattle Times has four free passes to Seattle Art Museum for one lucky reader. Here’s how it’s going to work: Take a loo The Seattle Times: The Arts

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Intro to Geocaching – FREE

May 21, 2013Ever wondered about Geocaching?? Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to locate the geocache (container) hidden at that location. This family oriented activity is a great way to get your family out of the house exploring […]

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‘Universal resonance’ of Holocaust stories inspires composer Jake Heggie

Opera composer Jake Heggie (“The End of the Affair,” “Moby-Dick”) is now a regular collaborator with Seattle’s Music of Remembrance. MOR presents Heggie’s “Farewell, Auschwitz” and three other works on May 14, 2013. The Seattle Times: The Arts

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Stroller Strides

May 23, 2013Stroller Strides is a great way to get back in shape, have fun with your baby and meet other moms. The stroller based workout addresses mom’s exercise needs in a fun and refreshing format. Any sturdy stroller is acceptable and exercise equipment for class is provided. Mount Vernon, WA – Calendar – Parks […]

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