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MAX Winter session classes are open

Posted on January 23rd, 2017 by Sara

From Contributor Monica Wooton   Winter Session art classes offered by MAX (Magnolia Art Experience) Magnolia’s new non-profit that promotes art for all are now open for on-line registration. You can register on-line by going to www.magnoliaartexperience.org – classes begin in February and space is limited. Watercolor, writing and encaustic painting will be offered in Read the full article…

Red Cross says resolve to prepare for disasters in 2017

Posted on January 20th, 2017 by Sara

The New Year is here and many have made resolutions about things they want to do in 2017. The American Red Cross asks everyone to add getting prepared for emergencies to their list of resolutions. “Households need to plan what they would do if an emergency situation occurred,” said Colin Downey, Regional Communications Director. “All it Read the full article…

Local author back with new page-turner

Posted on January 11th, 2017 by Sara

Fans of Magnolia author Mike Lawson’s Kay Hamilton books will be excited to hear that a third in the series will be released on January 17. Lawson says in K Street, Kay gets tangled up with a devious Chinese intelligence officer, the NSA, and one very good thief. Mike will be signing books at Magnolia’s bookstore Jan 28 Read the full article…


Posted on January 9th, 2017 by Sara

Help those in need this winter by donating new or gently worn sweaters, coats and cold-weather gear to KCTS 9’s 20TH annual Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive, from Friday, January 13 through Sunday, February 12. The donated items will benefit Wellspring Family Services, Queen Anne Helpline and Northwest Center. Look for the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Read the full article…

Volunteer with Seattle Parks and Recreation

Posted on January 4th, 2017 by Sara

Love our neighborhood parks? Join Seattle Parks and Recreation at a Volunteer Information Fair to learn about volunteer opportunities. Volunteers coach youth sports, help plant native trees in our parks, serve on various advisory councils and boards, and provide countless other services that allow us to have the first-rate park and recreation system that Seattle loves Read the full article…

Magnolia bagger wins state

Posted on January 2nd, 2017 by Sara

Seattle’s Talia Randle, a grocery bagger from Metropolitan Market here in Magnolia, recently proved that she is the state’s top grocery bagger, out-pacing eight other competitors for the state title in the Best Bagger Battle. As the state champion, Randle will receive a $2,000 cash prize and an all-expense paid trip to compete this February Read the full article…

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