Seafair This Weekend- August 1st -3rd!

The blues are back! Welcome back the U.S. Navy Blue Angel pilots and their awesome air show at this weekend's Seafair Festival! With an entire weekend of fun filled events Friday, Saturday and Sunday, this year is going to be one to remember!

Click here to get full details on the schedule and events. And make sure to check out for information on road closures and directions.

Kirkland Classic Car Show- This Weekend

Mark your calendars for July 27, 2014 from 8 AM to 4 PM.

The Kirkland Classic Car Show 2014 starts at 8:00 AM and closes at 4 PM. The show is presented by The Legends Car Club who is proud to have donated over $70,000 to local charities since 2003. By attending the event you will be helping the following (but not limited to) charities:

Forgotten Children’s Fund
The Snoqualmie Railroad Days
The Snoqualmie Bike Rodeo
Kirkland Downtown on the Lake (supporting their local charities)
The Royal Family Kids Camp

For more information visit the website,

Kirkland Uncorked this Weekend: July 18th-20th

Kirkland Uncorked is Washington’s summer food and wine festival, a weekend-long culinary classic and an iconic fixture in the northwest epicurean landscape. Taking place July 18-20, 2014 in scenic Marina Park (25 Lakeshore Plaza Dr), the festival, benefiting Homeward Pet Adoption, features wines from world-class Washington wineries, bite-sized feasts from notable Eastside restaurants, and appearances from the Northwest’s most prestigious celebrity chefs and culinary personalities.

The festival is split into two parts, a 21+ Tasting Garden and an all ages Street Fair. The Tasting Garden features wine tasting, grilling demonstrations, live music, a Friday Burger Brawl and a Saturday Grill-Off. The Street features a Boat Show, the Uncorked Market, the CityDog Dog Modeling Contest, and a Sunday Food Truck Feast.

Check out the website here:

Clyde Beach Park: Summer Fun and More

Great for all types of family fun, Clyde Beach Park offers numerous amenities to visitors. With over two acres of fun, including a picnic area, a playground for the kids, swimming area, as well as ample parking and rest room facilities, there is always something to do. There is even a boathouse, evoking memories of an enchanted past where the preferred method of long distance travel was boating. On those sweltering summer days Clyde Beach Park is the spot to cool off while relaxing on the shore of this fantastic beach. Bring a lunch or stop at one of the many tasty nearby eateries.

Whether you are into taking a dip or merely want to admire the scenery, this is a popular place for summer fun and relaxation.

Clyde Beach Park
2-92nd Avenue NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
(425) 452-6914

Kirkland Market Opening Day!

June 4–September 24 | 2–7 p.m. | Marina Park

Vibrant, lively and luscious, the Kirkland Wednesday Market features locally produced fruits, vegetables, cheeses, meats, jams, breads and pastries along with arts and crafts.

Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm: Fresh Produce and a Beautiful View

Larsen Lake is known as Blueberry Lake among locals thanks to the many flowering blueberry bushes each spring. In the summer, when the plants are in full bloom, Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm allows visitors to sample these juicy delights. But there is so much more to do at Larsen Lake. From biking to hiking, fishing to just lazing around in the sun, Larsen Lake features an array of great activities suitable for the whole family.

The farm was established in the 1940s and is maintained by the parks’ committee in an effort to preserve the region’s agricultural heritage. Blueberry Farm produces an array of seasonal produce that can be purchased at the local produce stand. In addition, parking is great at Larsen Lake, with ample lots available to accommodate all visitors to this scenic little hamlet.

Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm
14812 SE 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98007
(425) 260-2266

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Issaquah Art Walks

Every first Friday of the month from June through September, ArtWalk transforms the historic downtown businesses into artists’ galleries for the night. Issaquah ArtWalk is a lively, festive event with a variety of artistic styles, interactive art demonstrations, live music and dance in multiple locations throughout the historic downtown. This free event includes hands-on art projects and some special surprises.

ArtWalk venues include ArtByFire, Centennial Park, Confetti Cupcake, Christian Science Reading Room, Eastside Audiology, Eastside Family Cosmetic Dentistry, Experience Tea, First Stage, Fischer Meats, Hailstone Feed Store, Illuminate, Issaquah Public Library, Issaquah Train Depot, Music & Arts, Music, Opus Bank, Pedestrian Park, YumE Yogurt and Village Theatre.

Come on down and join in the fun. Event maps will be available in front of the library or at the Hailstone Feed Store (historic Shell Station) at 232 Front Street or online at

Get the VIP Treatment at iPic Theaters

Looking for a premier movie-going experience? Head to iPic Theatres, where you get treated like a VIP. Amenities include reclining leather seats, reserved seating, and a stellar list of menu items to eat and drink, including beer, wine, and cocktails. Yes, you pay more for a ticket, but fans of the place say the bump in price is worth it.

Carpeting in the theatre that’s vacuumed regularly means you never have sticky, popcorn-strewn floors to contend with. Then there’s the food and drink you can take into the theatre. More than just popcorn and nachos, iPic offers a full menu of fare, like burgers, pizza, soup, beer, wine, and cocktails. Sign up for a membership and you get great discounts on tickets and goodies.

iPic Theaters
16451 NE 74th Street
Redmond, WA 98052
(425) 636-5601

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Volunteer for Earth Day April 26th!

An abundance of wildlife lives in or visits 110 acres of preserved wetlands and marshes at Juanita Bay Park. The animal population within this habitat includes songbirds, waterfowl, raptors, shorebirds, amphibians, turtles, beavers, and other small mammals. The park offers extraordinary views of Forbes Creek Wetland, Juanita Beach, and Juanita Bay. The park features paved trails, boardwalks, open lawn areas, restroom, benches, and picnic tables. Invasive plant species are a problem at the park and volunteers are needed to help restore the natural habitat. The Green Kirkland Partnership will be targeting restoration efforts in the area west of 98th Avenue NE (Market Street) and near the boardwalks.

Today’s Earth Day project is part of a larger collaboration known as the Green Kirkland Partnership (GKP). The Green Kirkland Partnership is an alliance between the City of Kirkland, nonprofit partners, businesses, and the community to restore natural areas in the City. For more information, please visit

Join Lauren & Val from the Tera staff April 26th for the Earth Day Event at Juanita Bay Park from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.! If you're interested in signing up, please email or stop in to the office during business hours.

Hit All the Right Notes at 4/4 School of Music

The 4/4 School of Music is the perfect place to expand your creative horizons. Even better, you can do it in a vibrant, energetic setting that makes learning fun and inspires you to go further than you ever thought possible.

Accomplished instructors are on hand to teach a variety of instruments, including voice, guitar, piano, drums, violin, and woodwind instruments. The variety of styles taught at the school includes rock, classical, country, blues, and R&B. Adult and children’s classes are geared to a variety of age groups and skill sets. Choose from either private or group lessons. Month-to-month payments gives you the option of not being tied into a long term contract.

See the 4/4 School of Music website for pricing and class schedules. The school is open every day.

4/4 School of Music
8082 160th Ave. NE
Redmond, WA 98052
(425) 485-8310

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