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The Tiny Houses will move to a tiny house village operated by the Low Income Housing Institute.
The students began restoring the park six months ago and have since planted 152 native plants.
Downtown galleries are presenting whimsical art on April 6, from gnomes to floral arrangements.
The architect and gallerist tells us what moves her and what to expect from her anniversary party.
The class will benefit the entire Eastside with events on April 10, 11 and 14.
The Silver Beaver award is the highest award that a Boy Scout Council can bestow upon a volunteer.
Ariella Nelson details her fight to become desensitized to tree nuts.
The band will host a celebration in the MIHS commons amphitheater tonight at 5 p.m.
The celebration will from 4-6 p.m. on March 30.
Fifty-six artists from nine countries and 31 US states chosen from 352 entries.
The Oprah’s Book Club author is best known for her memoir “Wild.”
‘Wild’ author Cheryl Strayed shares story of abuse, addiction and heartbreak at Youth Eastside Services breakfast
The nonprofit hopes to raise $790,000 as they celebrate 50 years in 2018.
Fostering Interfaith Relationships on the Eastside offers an Interfaith Dinner Dialogue on April 22.
Zara, who arrived mid-March, is the first foal to be born on the Mercer Island equestrian property.
The city will host two egg hunts, for younger and older kids, on March 31.
The band will host a kick-off celebration on March 29.
The scholarships are sponsored by the Mercer Island Masonic Lodge #297.
The 2018 awardees are Dawn Bennett (‘82), Mary Lindquist (‘67), Marty Lott (‘68) and Joel McHale (‘91).
Mailing day volunteers can meet at the Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. on March 16.
YTN presents “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” from March 9–April 1 on Mercer Island.