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Community Favorite Local Pumpkin Patches Grab your boots, pack a thermos…it’s time to choose those perfect Halloween pumpkins! This year, why not explore a new town and make your pumpkin patch experience a true adventure? All of these farms are open every weekend in October, and most are open on weekdays too. Some even welcome your furry family members. Check […]
Community 2021 Football Schedules, Recipes & Tips… Are you ready for some football? Fall is just around the corner and tickets are on sale now for 12s who are itching to get back to the stadium (operating at full capacity this season but with enhanced safety protocols). Watching the game from the comfort of home? Check out these great tips on setting […]
Community Kicks for Kids Shoe Drive Now Through September 3rd WHAT: Windermere’s Kicks for Kids event is a back-to-school sneaker drive for low-income youth, distributed through the Eastside Baby Corner. WHY: Kids from struggling families are in need of back-to-school shoes that fit. When kids feel good about their appearance, it improves both their self-esteem and their performance in school. WHEN: Formal shoe collection will […]
Community Thank You for Helping Us Support Eastside Baby Corner! UPDATE—Our Drive Made a Difference for EBC! We want to thank all of our clients, friends and family who pitched in to raise items and funds for the Eastside Baby Corner. In addition to your generous donations, our agents and owners personally donated a total of $7,772 along with hundreds of childcare items as part […]
Community Free Paper Shredding on Saturday, May 22nd Want to do some spring cleaning and score a doughnut at the same time? I’ve got your back. Haul those old bank statements, embarrassing photos, and other sensitive documents to my office parking lot on Saturday, May 22nd…you can enjoy a Top Pot doughnut and the satisfaction of watching your old tax returns go through […]
Archive Safe Holiday Events Around Seattle Have some holiday cheer, 2020 style! While traditional gatherings may be off the table, you can still make the most of the season with a new take on these favorite local events. Safety is foremost with virtual platforms or a combo of social distancing & mask protocols. Just be sure to reserve your tickets early […]
Archive Give Back This Season   In his poem, When Giving Is All We Have, Alberto Álvaro Ríos wrote, “We give because someone gave to us. We give because nobody gave to us. We give because giving has changed us. We give because giving could have changed us.” With need especially keen this year during the pandemic, many of us […]
Archive 2019 Holiday Happenings in the Seattle Area Our Northwest holidays may be wet, but they’re still bright! Make the most of the season with Seattle favorites—such as dazzling light displays and the Parade of Boats—along with newer additions like the “Enchant” event with light mazes and ice skating inside T Mobile Park. Scroll down for all the details…   WildLights at Woodland […]
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Archive Give Back This Season   Looking to share your bounty this holiday season? Below are some of our favorite Seattle-area organizations who can use your time, household items, toys, and more to help improve the lives of homeless and low-income families in our area. You might also check out these tips on how to make the most of charitable […]
Archive 2019 Football Schedules, Venues, Recipes & Tips…   Are you ready for some football? Scroll down for printable schedules, favorite places to watch, game-day recipes and awesome tailgating hacks…       Can’t make it to the stadium? Here are some tried and true local hot spots where you can catch the game in good company. All of these venues are family […]
Archive Free Recycle & Shred Event May 18th   Hosted in our Parking Lot: 2737 77TH AVE SE MERCER ISLAND   Bring your recyclable items (working or not) to the event. All recycling services are free! We’re also sponsoring a Confidential Data Disposal truck for free, secure shredding of sensitive documents. Saturday, May 18th 9 am – 2 pm What we can recycle: […]
Archive Give Back This Season   Looking to share your bounty this holiday season? Below are some of my favorite Seattle-area organizations who can use your time, household items, toys, and more to help improve the lives of homeless and low-income families in our area. You might also check out these tips on how to make the most of charitable […]
Archive 2018 Holiday Happenings in the Seattle Area Our Northwest holidays may be wet, but they’re still bright! Make the most of the season with Seattle favorites—such as dazzling light displays and the Parade of Boats—along with new additions like the “Enchant” event with light mazes and ice skating inside Safeco field. Scroll down for all the details…   WildLights at Woodland Park […]
Archive 2018 Football Schedules, Recipes, Tips & More…   Are you ready for some football? Scroll down for printable schedules, game-day recipes and awesome tailgating hacks…       Hosting friends for game day? We’ve got you covered with everything from easy snacks to bonafide Seattle-born favorites… 1. Easy Chicken Taquitos So quick and delectable, you can skip the freezer aisle and go […]
Archive Free Recycling & Shredding Event May 19th   Hosted in our Parking Lot: 2737 77TH AVE SE MERCER ISLAND   Bring your recyclable items (working or not) to the event. All recycling services are free! We’re also sponsoring a Confidential Data Disposal truck for free, secure shredding of sensitive documents. Saturday, May 19th 9 am – 2 pm What we can recycle: […]
Community February is American Heart Month #wearred, #Amercianheartmonth Despite dramatic progress public health has been made in the past few decades, heart disease remains a leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. I am interested in knowing that February has been American Heart Month since 1963. This year, I remember this month and wear red on Feb. […]
Archive Seattle will host 2018 Special Olympics USA Games On Thursday May 12th, Seattle officials announced to host the next Special Olympics USA games in July 2018, which will mark the games' 50th year since its first International Special Olympics in 1968 in Chicago. It is anticipated to have 3500 athletes from 50 states to come over to Seattle from July 1-6, 2018. University […]
Archive China President Xi Jinping visits Seattle on 9/22-24, 2015 More Chinese people will know Seattle and its important role to US-China relations after Xi Jingping's visit. I have been seeing trenmendous inbound investment from China to Seattle area on tourism, real estate and Education businesses in the past 5 years.  Numerous cities throughout Washington and China have established sister-city relationships as following: Seattle—Chongqing Tacoma—-FuZhou Spokane—Jilin Kent—Yangzhou Dupont—Qinghai […]
Archive A moment of History: Secretary John Kerry announced effectively today (11/12/14) US issues first ten-year visas to Chinese tourists and business men and women What does it mean to Seattle Real Estate market in the future? What do it mean to your business? A lot of people expect that more Chinese buyers come to Seattle to buy properties here. Some people may think that fewer Chinese would apply EB-5 visas. Are you ready for this change?