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Lake Stevens July 13, 2011 v, a Music on the Lake . ' 11m. 7-8:30pm ” V . ‘ "Red Desert'Ramblers” Bluegrass/Country ’ I , North CoVe Park Flying Heritage Collection’s Fly Day: Sat. 7/ 16, 3407 109th St. SW, Everett. FREE. B—25 Debut: B-25, P—51. Watch rare vintage aircraft put through their paces, just as they did in WWII. Subject to condi- tions. Please call FHC at 877-342-3404 priorto your visit to confirm. ' Kla Ha Ya Days: lu/y 20-24; Snohomish. See www.k|a— for info. ’Come Home Snohomish' Community Picnic and All Class Reunion: Fri. 7/22, 4-llpm; Southwest side of Harvey Field near 10530 Airport Way, Snohomish. Snohomish Garden Club’s 27th Annual Garden Tour: Sun. noori-5pm.‘ The featured gardens will be lo— cated in and around historic Shohomish. Besides enjoy- ing an afternoon of pleas- ant wandering through gar- dens, tour~goers can count on coming away with lots of good ideas and inspira- tion for their own gardens. There will be sales of plants, raffle tickets, and the event ",5... as. nu.» '»t\t\\§ ~.,~..s,~..». poster created by Sue Daw— son. Day of tour tickets are available at the Snohomish Library, 4th St. and Maple, starting at 11:30. $12. Chil— dren under 18 'may take the tour free of charge with a wristband obtained at the library. Visit www.snohom- for more information. REUNIONS Lake Stevens High School Class of ’91 Important re— union update: Fri. 7/15 at Tulalip Casino, 7pm-12am, dinner/buffet; Sat. at Creekside, 7pm; Sun. at Lundeen Park, 12pm— 4pm. Cindy O’Connell Rhodes, 206-419—7498. Lynnwood High School Class of ’81: Fri. at the Tulalip Resort. 30-Year Reunion.. Tickets are on sale now. For more infor- mation and ticket purchase visit lh581-30yr—reunion. or find us on facebook "LHS — Lynnwood High School Class of 1981 30th Re- union Celebration” or email lh51981@gmai|.com. This 'Bounce-a-Palooza: event is open to all sur- rounding classes who like to attend and catch up with their friends from the Class of ’81. Lake Stevens High School Class of ’81: Sat. 8/13. 30-Year Reunion. 425—335- 0768 or lsh581@hotmail. com. We’re looking for lost classmates. Lake Stevens High Schobl Class of ’01: Sat. 8/20, at the Holiday Inn in Everett. 10—Year Reunion. For infor- mation and ticket purchase visit Lake Stevens High School Class of ’71: Sat. 77, 5’ 10pm; Floral Hall, Forest Park, Everett, WA. $30pp by 8/1; $35pp thereafter. RSVP with payment to LSHS Class of 1971 PO Box 575 Lake Stevens, WA 98258. KIDS Fishing in the Cave: Wednesdays in luly, 10am- 11amerorth Cove park in downtown Lake Stevens. 14 years and younger. FREE. Poles and bait pro- vided. Sponsored by the Lake Stevens Family Center and Greg’s custom rods. Fridays in luly, 11am-1pm; Team Fitness, 1109 Frontier Circle E, Lake Stevens. Two hours of bouncing fun! One par— ent/guardian must Stay. Ages 3-10. $7; $15 per 3+ sib- lings. 425-397-8326. Family Storytime: Thurs. at 10:30am; Lake Stevens Library, 1804 Main St. For ages 18 months and up. Stories, songs and activi- sm......... M -c totes/mm Little t, ties to help develop reading readiness. A playtime or craft may follow. Caregiver required. Accidental Inventions: Wed. 113m; L.S. Li— brary, 1804 Main St. Did you ever make a mistake? Hear all about wild and wacky inventions that began as accidents and changed our lives! Ages 5 and up. CLASSES Basics of Babysitting: Sat. 10am—1pm; Station Conference Center, 9811 Chapel Hill Rd., LS. For youth 12 and up. The class will go over what it takes to babysit, how to at- tain a position and the ages and stages of small children, and family expectations. The cost is $10.00 and goes towards youth activities for our community. Please call the Family Center at 425— 397-7433 to register. gouponing: Sat. 2— pm; Elim Lutheran Church, 11504 26th St. NE, LS. (Fundraiser for children’s ministry program.) Want a crash course in couponing? Get-a head start on a hobby that will make you money. $5 per person + a non-per- ishable food item. Regis- tration required via queen- FREE Washington State Housing Finance Commis- sion workshop: Sat. 8:30am-1:30pm; Snohom- ish Library, 311 Maple Ave. Hosted by John L. Scott Real Estate Lake' Stevens. Instruc— tors Paul Armstrong and Wendi Hale show home buyers how to proceed in Lake Stevens today’s market and how to apply for First time buyer Federal Tax Credits. Please call Paul for seating reserva- tions at 360-21 7—1009. Free First Aid and CPR: 2nd Sat, 9am-12pm (FA) and 1-4pm (CPR); SCFPD #22 Getchell, 8424 99th Ave. NE, Arlington. 360—659- 6400. ' CPR/First Aid: 4th Tue., 6- 9:30pm. $35 fee includes infant, child and adult CPR and Basic Fist Aid. Sign up at Family Center or call 42 5- 397-7433. MEETINGS Friends of the Library: 3rd Tue., 7pm; Community Ctr., adjacent to the LS. library. Lake Stevens Book Group: Wed. 7pm; LS. Li- ' brary, 1804 Main St. Join the. July discussion of "Whistling Season”, by Ivan Doig. Friends of the Granite Falls Library: 3rd Wed., 6pm, Granite Falls Library, 815 E. Galena St., G.F. Looking for . a way to meet great people and be involved in your community library? Join us at our monthly meeting. 360-691-6087 or www.sno- Toastmasters Everett Pac- esetters“ #117: Thurs, 7- 8:30pm Washington Oaks, 3rd floor, 1717 Rockefeller. Contact 42 5—339-9091 . www.everettpacesetters. org. The Snohomish County Re- publican Women's Club: 2nd Thurs, 11am; Shawn O'Donnell’s Restaurant, '121—128th St S.E., Everett. RSVP 360-658-0479. ‘ ‘ A Christian nvironment for IayfuI learning & kindergarten readiness! rim. L III Snohomish Chalet, Page 13 Aquafest Planning: 4th Thur., 6:30pm; LSSD Edu- cational Services Center, 12309 22nd St. NE, LS. Good Guy Sams RV Club: 3rd Fri., 11am; Golden Cor- ral in Marysville. 425-355- 3450; goodguysamsorg VOLUNTEER Compassionate volunteers - needed! A free information session to review the volun- teer opportunities at Provi- dence Hospice and Home Care is scheduled for Wed. luly 20, 2—4pm in down- town Everett. To register and to get driving/parking information call 425-261- 4815 by/uly 18. Greatest thtle Festival in the World: Sat. 1—4pm; 1705 TerraCe Ave., Snohomish. FREE Summer Festival for people with different abili— ties of all ages, their caregiv- ers and families. Included will be a petting zo,clowns, carnival games, fun foods, face painting, and entertain- ment. Volunteer helpers, clowns, jugglers, unicyclists, stilt-walkers, roller-skaters are invited. To participate phone Lynn Neff at 360- 568-2168 or email activi- for more info. Calling all horse lovers! All Breed Rezq, which cares for abandoned and abused horses needs your help. Can you write grants, help with fundraising, donate shavings or feed, clean stalls or groom horses? Visit us at 2415 116th St. NE, Marys- ville, WA 98271 or call 425—263-6390. ~ .' iII Enroll 0W for fall 2011 (WW4 m/pmchool Daycare PreSchool Center NOWENROLLING \l -12 YEARS OLD at new location 3' Just South of Hewitt on Hwy. 9 Monday -Fri. 5:30am - 6:30pm Before and After School Care Transportation to &from school All Meals Provided Field Trips Hands on Activities 17 re s oh 0 ol - in Kindergarten Minus Wilma Mutinvoiwmnt NOW Largs Wand . ‘ IIIGWALmruni I New Facility $31"er . ENROLLING PRE—TODDLERS thru PRE-K FULL DAY CARE/PROGRAMS Ages 12 months thru 6 years Located in downtown LS. One ' block west of Joy's Market «at As Point commons; um coin s}. ‘. 1.2m stoma sass wwwfiholokostewmpmchwicom Enrolfing. For FALL 2011! PENNY’S DAY CARE Open 5:30 am. 6 pm. . Ages 2 — 11 yrs. Mt. Pilchuck Bus (k thru 5th) Multi Children Discount (Meals & snacks included) Full time, . A g“ 17 Yrs. licensed w“ Part time, . Drop — Ins Welcome! Call Penn 425.334.8327 ELIM CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL FUN LEARNING BASED ON A CHILD’S READINESS. 3 ‘IEAR OLD PRE-K CLASSES INDOOR 5 OUTDOOR PLAY AREAS - 7/8 TO I STUDENT / TEACHER RATIO FOR FOCUSED ATTENTION FOR YOUR CHILD ALL PRE- KINDERGARTEN SKILLS TARGETED IN OUR 4'5 PROGRAM ~425-334-0055 N 504 26TH St NE. LAKE STEVENS (RIGHT NEXT to LSIIS) now WWWELIMCHRISTIANPRESCHOOL£OM ENROLLINL} CALL TODAY FOR YOUR COMPREHENSIVE FOE: "OI l l" PACKET OF INFO. flit/WW ("ii PRESCHOOL '6:00 AM 6:00 PM infants thru 5th grade -Before & after school care, school transporfat -Meols, Fun Learning -Hands on activities °Lurge playground areas Now Registering For Toddler thru Pre-K ; Full Day Programs u (425) 334-3885 email- Lic#468433 MWW‘ ' ‘W"IW wfimxwzoyw‘ 37.0 Lake Country Preschool BUILDING ON THE ROCK STERING FORTHE FALL tear: on an 're-' c asses o Christ centered environment o Experienced teachers Hands-on learning _ Advertise your daycare her Contact The Journal for details about running in the daycare g and preschool directory- N A - ”‘°“‘°“°"'°'“°‘-'”““°'°‘"‘“ 4258349089 425.334.9252 I