Mill Creek Garden Club is searching for gardens for a public tour. Whether it’s on your iPhone, iPad or that paper calendar you flip a page each month, put an “X” on Saturday, June 27, 2015, for the Mill Creek Garden Tour!
Fall has certainly arrived here in the Pacific Northwest and that means soups and stews are back on the menu. Kate Towell shares her perfect fall lunch recipe: Super Easy Curried Red Lentil Squash Soup with Beer Bread.
"Temple Grove” gets the Northwest ambiance exactly right. From the clean, slicing cold of mountain air to the experience of watching ferries bump their way into docks to unload passengers, Elliott captures what it’s like to live in a place of such constant contradiction.
Approximately two years old, cat of the week, Bailey, is quite the handsome gentleman. He showed up on the campus of a community college around Christmas time last year. He is named for one of the women who helped trap and neuter him.
Bulbs can be exciting contrary to what they might look like stuffed into a netted bag with a two dimensional photo attached. All it takes to enjoy bulbs is a little vision and a willingness to be patient. Most bulbs are perennials and will multiply and increase in size and spread every year so they are a good investment. Here are few of my tips on planting bulbs.
Protein is the basic building block of cells and tissues that is needed to keep us strong. It is crucial for vital functions, regulation and maintenance of our bodies. Protein is a component of food made up of amino acids. Your body makes its own amino acids but also must get some from the food you eat.
With his soulful eyes and curly tail, Forever Home Dog of the Week, Fable, enjoys running, snuggling, and outdoor adventures. He is one good looking boy! This fawn colored Beagle/Terrier mix is four years old.
For anyone who has followed the Whistling Gardener's columns over the years you will recognize the following mantra: “If you want year ‘round interest in your garden then you need to go to the garden center once a month and buy something that looks interesting.”
Delicata Squash Stuffed with Collard Greens recipe from Kate Towell, "My garden is small but this year it really produced. I successfully grew two Delicata squash. That might not seem like much but I was thrilled because last year my squash got powder mildew and didn’t make it to harvest."
October is Teen Read Month at Sno-Isle Libraries, a month where we celebrate the joys of teen reading! This year’s celebration theme is Turn Dreams into Reality @ Your Library, and the art contest theme is With Books, Dreams Come True.
For dog owners and dog lovers alike, Paddywack Pet Store in the Mill Creek Town Center will be hosting their annual Howl-O-Ween “Tricks for Treats” event on Sunday, October 26th, from 2:00 pm until 4:30 pm.
This October, prepare to experience horror on another level, as the Nile Shriners present Haunted Nightmare at the Nile, their fourth annual haunted trail on the shores of Lake Ballinger. Billed as “Seattle’s Only Haunted Golf Corpse,” the Nile Shriners remain committed to producing one of the best haunted attractions in the state. A partnership last year with the Haunted Nightmare acting troupe (est. 2009) took the scares to another level.