Every day I'm reminded of why I love living in Woodinville, and what a great place it's been to raise our family — especially when I hear the news about heat waves across the country. But along with our beautiful weather and great outdoors, it's the community spirit that's made it feel like home, living on Hollywood Hill the past 22 years. One of those community events is Celebrate Woodinville's Summer Concerts in the Park series, which kicks off this Wednesday night at 7pm with Carrie Clark and the Lonesome Lovers. It's a free evening of family-friendly music at Wilmot Gateway Park, set to take place the next four Wednesdays. You can pack a picnic or buy dinner from a variety of local restaurants that will be set up there, and also enjoy a wine garden hosted by Woodinville Wine Country wineries. We definitely do have reason to celebrate Woodinville…it's a great place to live!
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Uncategorized • July 16, 2012
One More Reason to Love Woodinville!
by Julie Billett
Uncategorized Follow Windermere’s new Pinterest Page! I'm so grateful to all who take a quick minute to "like" my facebook business page (facebook.com/juliebillett), and encourage you to also connect with Windermere's new Pinterest page. As a managing broker with Windermere, I love knowing where I can see pictures of homes and design styles that my clients like and dream about owning. […]
Uncategorized Do you suffer from Nomophobia? It's an epidemic. More than 66% of us suffer from nomophobia, and the numbers are on the rise. In fact, it's up 53% from just four years ago, according to a report released this summer. Nomophobia is the fear of being separated from your phone. It's an abbreviation for "no-mobile-phone phobia." While the word "phobia" […]
Uncategorized Leverage your Home to Vacation Summer is here, and we're all looking for money-smart vacation ideas. The "home-exchange" is just that! You can leverage your own home to cut the cost of accommodations, which is typically the most expensive part of a vacation. Click this link to Windermere's blog to read how a home exchange can help you afford a vacation […]