Community Cherry Blossom Trees at the University of Washington Cherry Blossom Trees at UW Here in Washington, we have a few celebrity flowers that have blossomed their own dedicated cult following. One of these blooms even has its own Twitter account and a year-round live feed webcam. That’s right! The beauty of the Cherry Blossom Trees at the University of Washington’s quad is a […]
Community FREE Christmas Events 2023 FREE Christmas Events 2023 Tis the season to be jolly, and I’m thrilled to bring you a sack filled with joy in the form of FREE Christmas events for the 2023 Holiday Season! As the year draws to a close, the Christmas spirit surrounds us all, and what better way to celebrate it than by […]
Community Spooktacular Events in Snohomish County Spooktacular Events in Snohomish County Get ready for a month full of spooktacular events in Snohomish County! From September 30 to October 29, we have a lineup of fun, thrilling, and hair-raising events that will ensure a memorable Halloween season. Here is your guide to some of the best Halloween events in Snohomish County. Snohomish […]
Events Father’s Day Originated in Spokane Washington Father’s Day Hey there curious readers! Did you know that Father’s Day originated in Washington State? Believe it or not, the nation’s very first Father’s Day took place on June 19, 1910, in none other than Spokane Washington. Now let me share this fascinating tidbit with you. The brainchild behind this esteemed celebration was Sonora […]
Community Native Plant Appreciation Month April is Native Plant Appreciation Month in Washington State! April is an exciting month for plant lovers in Washington State as it is Native Plant Appreciation Month. Governor Inslee officially declared this month-long celebration on February 1st, 2023, to raise awareness of the importance of native plants in supporting healthy ecosystems in the state. What […]
Community Skagit Valley Tulip Guide Skagit Valley Tulip Guide The Skagit Valley Tulips have become the undisputed royalty of blooms in Washington State! It’s no wonder, given their renown – in 2016, National Geographic voted them as the number one feature in their “Best Spring Trips” and in 2019, Celia Fernandez of Oprah Magazine named them number four in her […]
Community Washington State Daffodil Guide A Washington State Daffodil Guide Washington State has a reputation for wielding moody gray skies. Given that, you may find it odd to learn that Washington is the largest supplier of daffodil bulbs and daffodil flowers in the United States. Such a sunny dispositioned flower may seem out of place here, but they thrive in […]
Events Kerloo Cellars Mill Creek Wine Walk Stop 11 Our 11th stop of the tasting took us to Lilac and Lemon to use our bonus token on a wine tasting with Kerloo Cellars. If you have stuck with us throughout our series, you will know that this was our final tasting of the event. Our rushed efforts were […]
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Events Drum Roll Wine Stop # 7 of the Mill Creek Summer Wine Walk I was really excited for stop number 7 of the Mill Creek Summer Wine Walk. We were more than halfway through our event and at our last wine walk I had LOVED the 2016 Drum Roll Red wine I tried by Drum Roll Wine; so […]
Events Julian Margot Wine Tasting Mill Creek Town Center Summer Wine Walk Stop #3 I love cheese. Sounds like a random statement taken out of context but when we made our third pit stop at First Financial Northwest Bank, they had laid out a charcuterie platter of meats, cheeses and fruits and I had to indulge in a few of […]
Events Bayernmoor Wine Tasting Bayernmoor Wine Tasting Stop #2 We spent our second ticket from the Mill Creek Town Center Summer Wine Walk at Zeek’s Pizza for a Bayernmoor wine tasting. When we walked in their long beer list caught my eye and drew my attention down to the Bayernmoor wine on their serving counter. I overheard the sommelier […]
Community Mill Creek Town Center Spring Wine Walk and Tasting Notes Featured wineries: Bacovino | Cavelero Hill Cellars | Cedergreen Cellars | Dahlman Cellars | Drum Roll Wine | Forgeron Cellars | Martedi Cellars | Michael Florentino | Naches Heights Vineyard | Sin Banderas Wines | Structure Cellars | Tricycle Cellars | WineHunter | Wit Cellars | Woodinville Ciderworks     Bacovino: proudly hosted by Inflection […]
Events Mill Creek Town Center Spring Wine Walk Seattle Uncorked | Mill Creek Town Center | First Financial Northwest Bank On Thursday the forecast called for a 100% chance of rain and by Friday it had dropped to 89%. Come what may, I was committed to bundling up and making my way outdoors to sip and stroll down main street at the Mill […]
Community 10 Winter Family Friendly Events   Now that the holidays are here, we have compiled a list of winter family friendly events for you to enjoy around your area. Let the festivities begin, happy holidays!   Evergreen Christmas Light Show hosted by Evergreen Church When: Dec. 4th-24th from 6:00-9:00pm Where: 3429 240th St SE, Bothell, WA 98021 Cost: FREE! The […]
Community November Artist of the Month Every Month our office holds space for an Artist of the Month. We display their work at our Mill Creek Town Center location for the whole month. Its a great opportunity for the artist! We love supporting our community and this is just one way of showing how much we love it.     This […]
Agent News 5 Tips for a Healthy Work-Life Balance by Chasity Rodriguez It’s the New Year, but you’re probably back to your same old work from home schedule—taking calls from your couch, working late hours, and even checking emails on the weekends. In the midst of this ongoing pandemic, our work life has merged with our personal life so that there’s little separation between the two. […]
Agent News Your Fall Reading List   Fall Reading List These are my reading picks through the Fall. I hope you enjoy them along with other reading options through Sno-Isle Libraries which is offering contact-free pick up and return of physical library materials. All online services and resources continue to be available. No in-library services are available at this time. Visit […]
Agent News Your June Reading List       Looking for Something to Read this Summer? These binge-able titles will keep you engrossed with reading through June. KCLS is planning a phased return to in-library services when it will be safe to do so. Until then, take advantage of their expanded collection of eBooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and TV, and online […]