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Jul 26, 2019

Five Flower Powered Hikes - 425magazine.com

Pass on Highway 410 are two parking lots that lead to a stunning 3.2-mile round-trip hike on the Naches Peak Loop. You’ll first come to the Tipsoo Lake parking lot, which is a popular place to catch the Naches Peak Loop trail. The north side of the loop is on the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, and the south side of the loop is in Mount Rainier National Park, so your furry companions will need to turn back at the park boundary or continue down the Pacific Crest Trail to visit Dewey Lake. This trail provides lakes, meadows, and stunning mountain views. Those who have less time or don’t want to stray too far from their vehicle can park at Tipsoo Lake, which is in the park, and view one of the most famous views of Mount Rainier reflected in a wildflower-ringed lake. Get there early in the morning before the wind picks up, when the lake water is like glass, for the best reflections. Sheep Lake to Sourdough Gap If you pass the Tipsoo Lake parking area, just around the corner, past a foot bridge, is another parking area for the Pacific Crest Trail managed by the U.S. Forest Service. Heading south from this parking area will take you to Tipsoo Lake; north will take you along the Pacific Crest Trail to Sheep Lake, Sourdough Gap, and beyond. Sheep Lake is a 3.6-mile round trip with a modest 400-foot elevation gain. The trail to and beyond Sheep Lake is lined with wildflowers. You can cool off in the lake and continue up Sourdough Gap. There are Forest Service campsites around Sheep Lake available on a first-come, first-served basis. You can cool off in the lake and continue up Sourdough Gap for more adventure. This is the Pacific Crest Trail; you can hike all the way to Canada.

Nov 28, 2018

Community calendar: Ballard Holiday Fest, Museum First Thursday and more - The Seattle Times

K, one mile runs, includes jingle bells, entertainment, Holiday Cheer Garden, costume contest, benefits The Arthritis Foundation, 8 a.m. Dec. 9, Westlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle; $45-$70, additional fundraising suggested (206-413-6858 or /events.arthritis.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=cms.page&id=1615&eventID=649). Food events Danish Christmas Beer Fest FRI Inspired by J-dag (Christmas brew day) in Denmark; taste Christmas brews, cider, and aquavit, Danish Christmas treats, nonalcoholic beverages, 7 p.m. Friday, Seattle Danish Center, 1833 N. 105th St., Seattle; $10-$25, preregister (206-523-3263 or /northwestdanish.org/xmasbeerfest/). St. Nick's Holiday Wine Weekend FRI-SUN "Oh Chocolate Night" wine tasting and chocolates, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, Columbia Winery, 14030 N.E. 145th St., Woodinville; $65-$95; Saint Nick's Open House Celebration tours and tastings at 25 wineries and tasting rooms, 1-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Woodinville Wine Country, check in Woodinville Visitor Center, 14700 148th Ave. N.E., Woodinville; $50/day or $65/weekend (425-482-7490 or woodinvillewinecountry.com/calendar/). Swedish Pancake Breakfast SUN Swedish pancakes with lingonberries or strawberries, ham, beverages, music and folk dancing, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, Swedish Club, 1920 Dexter Ave. N., Seattle; $5-$11, ages 4 and younger free (206-283-1090 or swedishclubnw.org). Breakfast with Santa, Poulsbo SUN Pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, beverages, 9 a.m. Sunday, Sons of Norway, 18891 Front St. N.E., Poulsbo; $7-$10 (360-779-5209 or poulsbosonsofnorway.com). Peruvian Dinner Cooking Class DEC. 6 La Cocina School Latin cooking course, how to prepare a three-course Peruvian dinner, proceeds benefit Senior Wellness programs, 6 p.m. Dec. 6, El Centro De La Raza, 2524 16th Ave. S., Seattle; $85 (206-957-4649 or elcentrodelaraza.org/). Brunch with Santa, Shoreline PLAN AHEAD Crafts for kids, Santa visit, brunch, 12:30-3 p.m. Dec. 8, Shoreline Elks Lodge, 14625 15th Ave. N.E., Shoreline; $5-$10 by reservation; ages 3 and younger free (206-364-1800). Breakfast with Santa, Auburn PLAN AHEAD Breakfast, entertainment, Santa visit, 8:30 and 11 a.m. seatings, Dec. 8, Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth Street S.E., Auburn; $7-$10 by reservation (253-931-3043 or auburnwa.gov/things_to_do.htm). Holiday events 27th Annual Nativity Exhibit FRI-SUN Advent exhibit of more than 500 Nativities created by artists in over 115 countries around the world, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday-S...

Nov 28, 2018

Community calendar: Ballard Holiday Fest, Museum First Thursday and more - The Seattle Times

K, one mile runs, includes jingle bells, entertainment, Holiday Cheer Garden, costume contest, benefits The Arthritis Foundation, 8 a.m. Dec. 9, Westlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle; $45-$70, additional fundraising suggested (206-413-6858 or /events.arthritis.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=cms.page&id=1615&eventID=649). Food events Danish Christmas Beer Fest FRI Inspired by J-dag (Christmas brew day) in Denmark; taste Christmas brews, cider, and aquavit, Danish Christmas treats, nonalcoholic beverages, 7 p.m. Friday, Seattle Danish Center, 1833 N. 105th St., Seattle; $10-$25, preregister (206-523-3263 or /northwestdanish.org/xmasbeerfest/). St. Nick's Holiday Wine Weekend FRI-SUN "Oh Chocolate Night" wine tasting and chocolates, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, Columbia Winery, 14030 N.E. 145th St., Woodinville; $65-$95; Saint Nick's Open House Celebration tours and tastings at 25 wineries and tasting rooms, 1-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Woodinville Wine Country, check in Woodinville Visitor Center, 14700 148th Ave. N.E., Woodinville; $50/day or $65/weekend (425-482-7490 or woodinvillewinecountry.com/calendar/). Swedish Pancake Breakfast SUN Swedish pancakes with lingonberries or strawberries, ham, beverages, music and folk dancing, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, Swedish Club, 1920 Dexter Ave. N., Seattle; $5-$11, ages 4 and younger free (206-283-1090 or swedishclubnw.org). Breakfast with Santa, Poulsbo SUN Pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, beverages, 9 a.m. Sunday, Sons of Norway, 18891 Front St. N.E., Poulsbo; $7-$10 (360-779-5209 or poulsbosonsofnorway.com). Peruvian Dinner Cooking Class DEC. 6 La Cocina School Latin cooking course, how to prepare a three-course Peruvian dinner, proceeds benefit Senior Wellness programs, 6 p.m. Dec. 6, El Centro De La Raza, 2524 16th Ave. S., Seattle; $85 (206-957-4649 or elcentrodelaraza.org/). Brunch with Santa, Shoreline PLAN AHEAD Crafts for kids, Santa visit, brunch, 12:30-3 p.m. Dec. 8, Shoreline Elks Lodge, 14625 15th Ave. N.E., Shoreline; $5-$10 by reservation; ages 3 and younger free (206-364-1800). Breakfast with Santa, Auburn PLAN AHEAD Breakfast, entertainment, Santa visit, 8:30 and 11 a.m. seatings, Dec. 8, Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth Street S.E., Auburn; $7-$10 by reservation (253-931-3043 or auburnwa.gov/things_to_do.htm). Holiday events 27th Annual Nativity Exhibit FRI-SUN Advent exhibit of more than 500 Nativities created by artists in over 115 countries around the world, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday-S...

Mar 23, 2017

Home and Garden events

SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardeners: “Bee Aware: The Importance of Pollinators in Your Garden,” 10 a.m. April 1. Free and open to public. Lake Park Community Room, 3133 E. Newberry Blvd. fyi.uwex.edu/sewmg/Perennial Plant Sale. May 20.Urban Ecology Centers: Provide year-round educational programs for kids, families and adults of all ages that foster ecological understanding and provide outdoor science education at three locations: Riverside Park, 1500 E. Park Place, (414) 964-8505; Washington Park, 1859 N. 40th St., (414) 344-5460; and Menomonee Valley, 3700 W. Pierce St., (414) 431-2940.Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum: Friends of Villa Terrace 2017 Garden Lecture Series, 7 p.m. Each lecture $20 member/ $25 nonmember. All dates $90 member/ $115 nonmembers. 2220 N. Terrace Ave. (262) 242-6095; www.villaterracemuseum.org/Maximize Your Garden Space. March 29.Unique Conifers. April 12.Flowers in Art. April 26Horticultural Inspirations. May 10.Continuous Bloom. May 24.Waukesha County Technical College: Hands-on noncredit personal enrichment courses. Classes held at 327 E. Broadway, Waukesha. (262) 691-5578; www.wctc.edu/Container Herb Gardening. May 13. $38.70.Wehr Nature Center: Maple Sugar Days fea... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Mar 23, 2017

Home and Garden events

SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardeners: “Bee Aware: The Importance of Pollinators in Your Garden,” 10 a.m. April 1. Free and open to public. Lake Park Community Room, 3133 E. Newberry Blvd. fyi.uwex.edu/sewmg/Perennial Plant Sale. May 20.Urban Ecology Centers: Provide year-round educational programs for kids, families and adults of all ages that foster ecological understanding and provide outdoor science education at three locations: Riverside Park, 1500 E. Park Place, (414) 964-8505; Washington Park, 1859 N. 40th St., (414) 344-5460; and Menomonee Valley, 3700 W. Pierce St., (414) 431-2940.Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum: Friends of Villa Terrace 2017 Garden Lecture Series, 7 p.m. Each lecture $20 member/ $25 nonmember. All dates $90 member/ $115 nonmembers. 2220 N. Terrace Ave. (262) 242-6095; www.villaterracemuseum.org/Maximize Your Garden Space. March 29.Unique Conifers. April 12.Flowers in Art. April 26Horticultural Inspirations. May 10.Continuous Bloom. May 24.Waukesha County Technical College: Hands-on noncredit personal enrichment courses. Classes held at 327 E. Broadway, Waukesha. (262) 691-5578; www.wctc.edu/Container Herb Gardening. May 13. $38.70.Wehr Nature Center: Maple Sugar Days fea... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Feb 3, 2017

Wedding in the snow

Erica went into gear and she is the reason the wedding was able to happen. She offered to pick up the groom that was stuck on Towne Lake Parkway, went and picked all the flowers up because the florist could not get out of her neighborhood. She got the house decorated, orchestrated the food getting here, orchestrated the DJ, videographer and photographer,” Gentry said. “I don’t know how it all happened, but she and her mother were angels.” The big plans of having a formal chapel wedding at Big Canoe with a reception at the lodge on a lake were transformed into an intimate in home wedding with a living room ceremony and kitchen reception by the coordinators. However, the rehearsal was held at Big Canoe on Jan. 6. “We wanted to at least go rehearse because it was such a fairytale chapel and Rachael at least wanted to walk that aisle one pretend time even if she wasn’t going to get to do it the next morning,” Gentry said. “Rachael and I have planned every detail, she is my only daughter. Then we had a kitchen reception and living room wedding: the dance floor was our living room and her aisle that she dreamed of her whole life was her stairs from her bedroom coming downstairs.” Gentry said Rachael and Zak loved their wedding day. “On the way to the airport, Rachael said to me ‘mom this was the best day of my life. God knew that I need to be at home with the way things happened. It was the most peaceful, cozy and happy day of my life.’ She absolutely thought it was the most amazing day of her life,” Gentry said. The couple met at the Canton Marketplace BestBuy in 2014. “In April 2015, they met for coffee at Dunkin Donuts in Canton…they were going home after coffee that night and they decided to stop at the gazebo in downtown to finish their coffee while it was raining. They sat there and talked and had their coffee and while they were talking, they noticed there was something sitting on one of the benches, a Bible that had gotten rained on. They opened it and read it together and felt like that was a sign from God that their relationship was to be more than friends,” Gentry said. “That is how all of that started. They still have that Bible and we had it at the wedding because it was a part of their story.” On the 13th of every month the couple buys a Bible from the Dollar Store in Canton and places it in the gazebo for someone else to find. “Every month they put a Bible somewhere in hopes that someone is encouraged the way they were,” Gentry said. (Couple's big day made more memorable by wintry weather - Cherokee Tribune Ledger News)

Feb 3, 2017

Wedding in the snow

Erica went into gear and she is the reason the wedding was able to happen. She offered to pick up the groom that was stuck on Towne Lake Parkway, went and picked all the flowers up because the florist could not get out of her neighborhood. She got the house decorated, orchestrated the food getting here, orchestrated the DJ, videographer and photographer,” Gentry said. “I don’t know how it all happened, but she and her mother were angels.” The big plans of having a formal chapel wedding at Big Canoe with a reception at the lodge on a lake were transformed into an intimate in home wedding with a living room ceremony and kitchen reception by the coordinators. However, the rehearsal was held at Big Canoe on Jan. 6. “We wanted to at least go rehearse because it was such a fairytale chapel and Rachael at least wanted to walk that aisle one pretend time even if she wasn’t going to get to do it the next morning,” Gentry said. “Rachael and I have planned every detail, she is my only daughter. Then we had a kitchen reception and living room wedding: the dance floor was our living room and her aisle that she dreamed of her whole life was her stairs from her bedroom coming downstairs.” Gentry said Rachael and Zak loved their wedding day. “On the way to the airport, Rachael said to me ‘mom this was the best day of my life. God knew that I need to be at home with the way things happened. It was the most peaceful, cozy and happy day of my life.’ She absolutely thought it was the most amazing day of her life,” Gentry said. The couple met at the Canton Marketplace BestBuy in 2014. “In April 2015, they met for coffee at Dunkin Donuts in Canton…they were going home after coffee that night and they decided to stop at the gazebo in downtown to finish their coffee while it was raining. They sat there and talked and had their coffee and while they were talking, they noticed there was something sitting on one of the benches, a Bible that had gotten rained on. They opened it and read it together and felt like that was a sign from God that their relationship was to be more than friends,” Gentry said. “That is how all of that started. They still have that Bible and we had it at the wedding because it was a part of their story.” On the 13th of every month the couple buys a Bible from the Dollar Store in Canton and places it in the gazebo for someone else to find. “Every month they put a Bible somewhere in hopes that someone is encouraged the way they were,” Gentry said. (Couple's big day made more memorable by wintry weather - Cherokee Tribune Ledger News)

Jan 12, 2017

James M. Prencipe

Thomas), Harrisburg Pennsylvania, James M. Prencipe Jr. (Patricia), Columbus, Mississippi, Renee J. Prencipe, Newnan Georgia, William J. Prencipe, Lake Park Florida; brother, Ben Principe (Joan), St. Mary's, Pennsylvania; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and many loving nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic Church, 2800 Paxton Church Road, Harrisburg, PA 17103 on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017 at 1 p.m., with Rev. Paul C. Helwig to serve as celebrant. Friends may call from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the church prior to services on Tuesday. Interment will follow at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery in Annville, Pennsylvania. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be considered for Ridgway Area School District, Science Curriculum Program, P.O. Box 447, Ridgway, PA 15853, or Ridgway Varsity Basketball Elker Basketball Clinic, 515 Hyde Ave., Ridgway, PA 15853. Coach Prencipe was instrumental in initiating the clinic many years ago. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Jesse H. Geigle Funeral Home Inc., Harrisburg. Relatives and friends are invited to share memories and condolences with the family at www.GeigleFuneralHome.com. (Gulf Coast News Today)

Jan 12, 2017

James M. Prencipe

Thomas), Harrisburg Pennsylvania, James M. Prencipe Jr. (Patricia), Columbus, Mississippi, Renee J. Prencipe, Newnan Georgia, William J. Prencipe, Lake Park Florida; brother, Ben Principe (Joan), St. Mary's, Pennsylvania; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and many loving nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic Church, 2800 Paxton Church Road, Harrisburg, PA 17103 on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017 at 1 p.m., with Rev. Paul C. Helwig to serve as celebrant. Friends may call from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the church prior to services on Tuesday. Interment will follow at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery in Annville, Pennsylvania. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be considered for Ridgway Area School District, Science Curriculum Program, P.O. Box 447, Ridgway, PA 15853, or Ridgway Varsity Basketball Elker Basketball Clinic, 515 Hyde Ave., Ridgway, PA 15853. Coach Prencipe was instrumental in initiating the clinic many years ago. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Jesse H. Geigle Funeral Home Inc., Harrisburg. Relatives and friends are invited to share memories and condolences with the family at www.GeigleFuneralHome.com. (Gulf Coast News Today)

Dec 22, 2016

Flowers for Shirley: Woman seeks to end the poverty of loneliness one person at a time

Kennett recalled. Sometimes they went shopping or out for cookies or ice cream. Other times they drove to Holmes Lake Park. Once Kennett bought a kite, and together the two sailed it high in the air. One day, Kennett and Shirley stopped at the Cookie Company, where Kennett’s youngest daughter Emma works. Shirley was invited to pick out any cookie that she wanted. Emma, 18, remembers how Shirley looked over each cookie, pondering her choices. In the end, she picked out... (Lincoln Journal Star)