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Parade and MLB Pitch, Hit & Run, Saturday

Posted on March 23rd, 2017 by Sara

Show up early for the best spots! Led by Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, March 25 is the big day.  All are invited to line the streets of downtown Magnolia and catch “baseball fever” as our Magnolia Little Leaguers march in their finest. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for the one and Read the full article…

Dine Around Seattle giveaway

Posted on March 23rd, 2017 by Sara

Dine Around Seattle is held every March and November Sunday – Thursdays. Dinners include offerings for a fixed price of $22, $33, or $44. Lunch at selected venues for $18. Dine Around Seattle is the area’s premier biannual dining promotion – giving diners a chance to try some of the areas best restaurants for a Read the full article…

Vino in the Village March 31

Posted on March 20th, 2017 by Sara

All (adults) are invited to meet up for Vino in the Village, Friday, March 31, from 5- 9pm. Sponsored by Magnolia’s Chamber of Commerce, the evening will feature Ten venues in the Village, and twelve different wineries. The details: $25 payment in advance online until midnight March 30, or $30 at the door. Check-in at Peoples Bank at 4pm for your Read the full article…

A new Dojo with a familiar face

Posted on March 20th, 2017 by Sara

Magnolia Karate Academy is packing up it’s Dojo and moving. To an even better location. Without even missing a punch, classes will finish at their current location March 31, and start at their new Dojo Saturday, April 1. The huge new space, 3310 W McGraw St, (which formerly housed the liquor store), will be home Read the full article…

School boundaries meeting tonight

Posted on March 13th, 2017 by Sara

Magnolia Elementary School is undergoing renovation and modernization to open as an attendance area elementary school in fall 2018. Opening this school will help relieve capacity challenges and accommodate future growth at Catharine Blaine K-8, Coe Elementary, and Lawton Elementary schools. An attendance area will have to be established for Magnolia Elementary School to assign Read the full article…

All branches of SPL closed March 29 for Staff In-Service Day

Posted on March 9th, 2017 by Sara

All Seattle Public Library branches will be closed Wednesday, March 29, for a staff in-service day. Book drops will remain open. No Library material will be due on that day. All branch library parking garages will be closed, but the Central Library garage at 1000 Fourth Ave., will be open. Regular operating hours will resume on Read the full article…

Join the East Magnolia clean-up

Posted on March 9th, 2017 by Sara

All are invited to help clean up the East side of Magnolia.  The group will  be covering all major streets to pick up trash, garbage, and litter.  Supplies (including gloves and trash bags!) will be provided. Wear comfortable shoes and bring your community spirit. EAST MAGNOLIA NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUP WHEN: Sat. March 25th  10am – 12pm MEET Read the full article…

West Point Treatment Plan meeting March 18

Posted on March 6th, 2017 by Sara

Curious about the West Point Treatment Plan? All are invited to attend a meeting hosted by County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Saturday, March 18, from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, 2330 Viewmont Way. You’ll hear from officials from King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division about what went wrong in the early morning hours of Feb. 9, how they’re Read the full article…

Magnolia Art Experience – call for artists/instructors

Posted on March 2nd, 2017 by Sara

CALL FOR QUALIFIED (PAID) ART INSTRUCTORS AND CLASS PROPOSALS: The Magnolia Art Experience (MAX) is accepting proposals for Spring session classes now. Can be one-day workshop, two-day or series in literary, performing or visual arts. Instructors are paid and design/develop their own classes with coordination of the Education Coordinator. For application and details to propose Read the full article…

Emergency action to speed repairs of West Point Treatment Plant

Posted on March 1st, 2017 by Sara

As repairs are made to the mechanical failure at King County’s West Point Wastewater Treatment Facility that forced the plant to discharge untreated wastewater/stormwater directly into Puget Sound, Metropolitan King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles is working to expedite the efforts to get the facility back to full capacity. Kohl-Welles, whose Council District includes the West Read the full article…

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