The Seventh Annual Kenmore Art Show and Festival starts today and runs through Sept. 4 at Northlake Lutheran Church.
The Seventh Annual Kenmore Art Show and Festival starts today and runs through Sept. 4 at Northlake Lutheran Church. The art show features paintings, sculpture, photography and crafts, and is open 2-8 p.m. daily.
A musical festival, starting at 7 each evening, will include Kenmore Junior High vocalists tomorrow, violinists Monday, a flute trio Tuesday, voice students Wednesday, barbershop quartets Thursday, a folk-and-pop quartet Sept. 2, a one-act comic opera Sept. 3 and pianist Don Moore Sept. 4.
The art show and festival are free and open to the public. Northlake Lutheran Church is at 6620 N.E. 185th St.
King County GOP picnic is today
King County Republicans will meet at a Bothell farm today for their annual picnic.
The picnic runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Freed Farm, 14704 100th Ave. N.E., in Bothell. Several candidates for elected office this fall will attend, and radio host Lars Larson will be the featured speaker.
Traffic delays to begin Monday
Expect daytime traffic delays starting Monday at the east end of Novelty Hill Road and West Snoqualmie Road southwest of Duvall as crews widen the intersection and add a southbound right-turn pocket.
The roadway will remain open during construction, but with intermittent lane closures between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on weekdays. The project is expected to last six to eight weeks.Woodinville, Mercer Island
Officials’ fines 30 days overdue
The state Public Disclosure Commission is looking for overdue fines from two Eastside elected officials.
Woodinville City Councilman Charles Price and Mercer Island School Board member John Fry have $150 fines that are more than 30 days overdue, according to the commission. Both men were fined for not filing their personal financial-affairs statements with the state for last year, state officials said.