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Magnolia Cooperative Preschool’s Annual Toy and Clothing Sale

Posted on February 23rd, 2017 by Sara

Find amazing deals on gently-used baby and children’s clothing, shoes, books, toys and gear, including strollers, high chairs, boosters and much more. Proceeds benefit the Magnolia Cooperative Preschool’s need-based scholarship fund. Leftover items are donated to local charities. Saturday March 18, 9AM-2PM United Church of Christ, 3555 W McGraw St While you’re there, check out Read the full article…


What’s new at Magnolia’s Bookstore

Posted on February 16th, 2017 by Sara

Check out the latest from Magnolia’s Bookstore. Garden of Lamentation by Deborah Crombie Like contemporary British mysteries? We just got in Garden of Lamentations by Deborah Crombie which is #17 in her terrific Gemma James & Duncan Kincaid series. Kincaid is a Scotland Yard detective, James is a sergeant, and together they make a formidable team Read the full article…


Give blood Monday

Posted on February 16th, 2017 by Sara

Make an impact by donating blood Monday, February 20 at the Magnolia Community blood drive: Fatima Church Hall 1-7 PM Walk-in Service ONLY  Sponsored by the Magnolia Knights of Columbus Click here for more information about Bloodworks Northwest. For questions about eligibility, please call 800-398-7888.


Millions of gallons of raw sewage dumped into Puget Sound this morning

Posted on February 9th, 2017 by Sara

From Department of Natural Resources and Parks website  West Point Treatment Plant is operating in emergency bypass mode as a result of an equipment failure that occurred at about 2 a.m. this morning, during heavy rainfall and high tides. Crews are responding to restore operations. To protect the treatment plant from significant flooding that could Read the full article…


Seattle engagement rings capture the Magnolia spirit

Posted on February 7th, 2017 by Sara

A sponsored post from our friends at EraGem Local Seattle engagement ring company EraGem has been examining how best to align jewelry styles with Seattle neighborhoods, including Magnolia. Maslow at EraGem says: “Vintage wedding rings with old European cut diamonds are well received all across Seattle and align perfectly with the Magnolia neighborhood.  They celebrate how Read the full article…


HARRY POTTER NIGHT AT THE SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FEB. 2

Posted on January 31st, 2017 by Sara

In Magnolia-adjacent news, the library is calling all Fantastic Beasts and Cursed Children young and old to share a magical evening of Harry Potter-themed games and activities from 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2 at the Queen Anne Branch, 400 W. Garfield St., 206-386-4227. Consider this an Owl Post invitation to a night of magical activities, Read the full article…


The scoop on Magnolia’s newest business

Posted on January 30th, 2017 by Sara

Good news, gelato lovers! Nutty Squirrel Gelato is starting construction for their new brick and mortar in Magnolia, in the old Wish Upon location. The new shop will have a year-round scoop shop and a state of the art lab style kitchen, where you can meet the chefs and watch fresh gelato being made. Nutty Read the full article…


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…


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