News Blog for Seattle's Wedgwood and View Ridge Neighborhoods

 

Entries from January 2016

Heads Up: Burke-Gilman Trail at NE 132nd St. closed due to slide clean up and repair

January 29th, 2016 by Support Staff

Seattle Parks and Recreation is working to clean up debris and temporarily stabilize the adjacent hillside at the site of a landslide, which occurred at approximately

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Pediatricians Know Children

January 29th, 2016 by Support Staff


By Liana McCabe, MD

As the mother of two young children and a pediatrician, I understand and appreciate how challenging it can be to coordinate health care for a child, especially for parents who also work outside the home or have other responsibilities. To make caring for children and their families easier, we strive to provide comprehensive pediatric services and have our Wedgwood-area clinic at University Village be your child

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HandsOn Skill Fair Needs Volunteers

January 28th, 2016 by Support Staff

Sustainable NE Seattle is seeking volunteers for their HandsOn Skills Fair.

They need help with the following:

  • getting business donations and financial contributions
  • making soup the Friday night before at Meadowbrook Community Center
  • welcome table

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Save your Stuff and Save the Date: Eckstein Rummage Sale

January 24th, 2016 by Support Staff

The Annual Eckstein Band Rummage Sale is Saturday, April 2nd, 2016.

Your donations will make this event a success. Please save household items, books and music, furniture, toys, games and puzzles, sporting equipment, clothing in wearable condition, and any other re-sellable items for the sale.

On Friday, April 1st bring your donations to the Eckstein cafeteria between 1:30 and 4:00 pm. The cafeteria’s entrance faces the garden in the east parking lot. (Eckstein

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Mythbusting the Flu

January 19th, 2016 by Support Staff

By Christian P., Bankers Healthcare Group

When it comes to the winter season, there are several things that are likely on our minds, but two big ones are preparing for the holidays and trying to stay healthy through them. Even though the major winter holidays have come and gone, it

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Northeast Seattle Little League Registration is Open!

January 19th, 2016 by Support Staff

Spring is just around the corner so it

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The 15th Annual More Music @ The Moore Auditions

January 15th, 2016 by Support Staff

STG presents More Music @ The Moore Auditions at The Vera Project February 1-3, 2016 4-9pm each day, reservations required.

Seeking exceptional musicians ages 14-21 to audition for More Music @ The Moore. Selected musicians/groups will perform in two shows at The Moore Theatre on May 6, 2016, learn from music industry leaders, and work with world-class drummer, percussionist, and all around notable Music Director, Sheila E.

ALL music styles welcome! Bring your rock, gospel, hip-hop, world, traditional, jazz, folk, metal, and more! Those interested in a music career and that have original works are encouraged to audition!

For more info and to sign up for an audition visit their website.

Sign up no later than January 25, 2016.

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Free Tax Help Beginning in February

January 13th, 2016 by Support Staff

Are you ready for the tax season? Tax-Aide, the nation

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Art&Soul Studios Mixed Media Parent-Child Art Class

January 12th, 2016 by Support Staff

Help support a new local business and enjoy making portraits, sculptures, paintings and more! This 45-minute parent-child art class will introduce you and your little artist to new ways of making art. Water tables help make clean up easy and fun and all of our materials are non-toxic and washable. To make clean up even easier, we provide smock’s for both the adults and the children. Our parent-child art class is a place to come and let go of the worries, stresses and lists of everyday life.

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How well do you know your vitamins?

January 6th, 2016 by Support Staff

Written by: Katherine Figel, RDN, CD

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) currently recommends eating nine servings of fruits and vegetables every day.

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