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Community Event Open House this Sunday: See the Home for Entertaining You know that you're entering a special community when you drive into Lake of the Woods just off 133rd and Avondale. The long, straight drive just past the entrance sign is lined with postcard-picture homes that have manicured yards filled with festive Halloween decorations.  There's even a Halloween parade that brings neighbors together in this sprawling […]
Community Event “Have 2 Ways Out” That’s this year’s theme of Fire Prevention Week, which couldn’t be happening at a better time for us to have fire prevention on our minds.  As our dry conditions continue, we need to go beyond just thinking about fire prevention to take extra fire safety steps in our homes and neighborhoods. The summer that was […]
Community Event Woodinville Farmer’s Market Still Going Strong! The incredible season at our Woodinville Farmer’s Market will be wrapping up in two weeks – don’t miss Oct. 6 and 13, the last open Saturdays to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers, typically picked the day before from our local fields. This Saturday, join in the Apple Fest and see how many delicious products […]
Community Event “Get Your Dream On” this weekend! It opens this Friday, Oct. 5 – the Seattle Home Show 2, featuring a new products pavilion, nearly 400 displays, and ongoing home improvement and design seminars. Everything from outdoor rooms to appliances and building products will be featured, making it a one-stop shopping center for all the latest products and services for the home. […]
Community Event Bicentennial Celebration at Columbia Winery Fifty fabulous years of wine making here in Woodinville will be celebrated this weekend at the Columbia Winery. A gala event, featuring live music, gourmet food, and premium wines, is set for Friday evening, September 14. Ticket details and stories of this landmark's history can be found at The Columbia Winery website. Purchased by Gallo […]
Community Event Tour the “House of the Future” at the Seattle Center While this house isn't on the market, someday I may be listing and showing ones that have similar affordable and environmentally sound features. It's amazing to see how homes built for convenience are transitioning to also be sustainable. A project of Habitat for Humanity, this 1,400-square-foot home was built by volunteers and will eventually be […]
Community Event “What did you do this summer?” It's the most popular question asked on the first day back to school. Are your kids ready to talk about their summer adventures? I hope you made some special memories this summer, it always goes by too quickly!  Our Northshore School District is one of the top reasons that people choose to make Woodinville home. We're fortunate […]
Community Event Mariners Make History Cheers to the Mariners for their perfect game! While the word "out" sure got our attention as Felix retired all 27 batters during the nine-inning game against Tampa Bay, this take on the word stood out to me too. Click "out" to read how we do it every day. Here's to the Mariners outplaying their next opponent!
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Community Event Their Welcome Mat is Out! Did you know that more than 90 wineries are right here in Woodinville? Our home has definitely become the hot spot of wine touring. Wine bars and tasting rooms are open daily, and special events and deals fill the month of August. People come from all over to experience what we have in our own […]
Community Event Love our local fare! The Woodinville Farmer's Market is a new experience every Saturday. From 9 to 3 in the street on 133rd, just south of the Carol Edwards Center in front of City Hall, local farmers and artisans offer their fresh and unique food and crafts. Tomatoes, asparagus, salad greens, flower bouquets, pizza and kettle corn — that's […]
Community Event Act like a Tourist We live in the suburb of the largest city in the Pacific Northwest — known as the "Emerald City," Seattle is a major gateway for trade with Asia, a hotbed for startup businesses, and takes pride in being known for its heavy coffee consumption, a reputation I totally support. This summer Seattle became known for […]
Community Event Spotlight on Hollywood Hill: New Gourmet Pizzeria is Open Hungry for pizza? You don't have to go far to find the very best!  The Station Pizzeria is now open, right on a corner of the roundabout intersection where the Hollywood Hill gas station was located.  Owned by the Betts family, the same family that built Italianissimo, The Station is a kid- and family-friendly pizzeria, […]
Community Event Keep Bears Away The bears are back. In recent weeks, there have been several reported sightings of black bears in local neighborhoods. It's no surprise that a nearby creek, parkway and neighborhood is named Bear Creek!   The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife says that bears are looking for food, and their favorite finds are bird seed, […]
Community Event Wishing you a Fabulous 4th of July!   While the kitchen is typically the most popular place during a party, the fun moves outside on the 4th of July. That's where the grill is, and the traditional parade, concert, and grand fireworks display over Lake Washington. As fireworks go off to honor our great country, I'm also celebrating recent statistics that show […]