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Friday, September 19, 2014 -- 10:04 am
Long-Time Laurelhurst Resident And Mrs. Cooks Owner(In UVillage) Celebrating 38 Years With Celebration This Week-end
Laurelhurst Blog - Many neighbors may not know that Mrs. Cooks, an all-things cooking store in nearby University Village, is owned by a long-time Laurelhurst resident, Carol Bromel. Carol started the store 38 years ago and is having a big celebration at the store this week-end with discounts, drawings and cake. Carol started Mrs. Cook's in 1976 on Sandpoint Way in the space that is now the jewelry store and was in that location for 5 years before moving into University Village around 1981.  She moved to Laurelhurst in  1974 and added "for you neighborhood history folks that's about the time the power station by Laurelhurst Park was blown up on a New Year's Eve." Carol told the Laurelhurst Blog staff:I started the business essentially because I was an elementary school teacher at a time when there were very few teaching jobs. I had worked in retail off and on and enjoyed most, the experience I had working in a kitchen shop in Denver. When my husband and I decided to settle in Seattle, opening the store seemed like a logical thing.  We named the store after my husband's grandmother, Hylie Cook. She loved to cook and gave me a box of family recipes when I joined the family. We thought it would be a nice tribute to her and a bit of a play on words.  It was very much a do it yourself store, we built the shelves, papered the walls, we even had a giant rubber stamp that we used to stamp our name on the brown paper bags.  When the opportunity  arose to move into University Village I took it, we doubled our space and added a larger selection of items. This was the time when Woolworths was still there, Ernst and Lamonts. There was a huge sunken rock garden down the center of the stores and we were in the location that is now Brighton.  Sometime later the Village was sold and began the transformation that you see today. At that same time we moved into our current location again doubling our size and adding yet more merchandise.  Every time we find some new wonderful thing at the gift show I think, where on earth will we put it! So far we have managed to find a home for all the things we find and love.  When I think back to the first store opening and remember spreading out the Le Creuset on as many shelves as I could so that the store would look like it had more merchandise than it actually did I am amazed to see it now. So there you have it, we are an independent retail store, locally owned by me.  We have a terrific staff,  people that love to cook and love to make sure we have all the new hot gadgets. They are knowledgeable and approachable, they like nothing better than to talk about their favorite things.  We have great prices, and a wide assortment.  We like to offer a wide range of choices, something for everyone from the novice  to the pro. We pride ourselves on using what we sell. We like to say that--" all our cookware is u Read more...
Friday, September 19, 2014 -- 7:39 am
Free Yesler Swamp Celebration of New Boardwalk On Sunday
Laurelhurst Blog - On Sunday from 2-4pm, Friends of Yesler Swamp is having a "Grand Cajun Yesler Swamp Ribbon-Cutting Celebration" at the Center for Urban Horticulture (3501 NE 41st Street).The information says about this free, all-ages event:For the past five years, the Friends of Yesler Swamp has been building a boardwalk trail through Yesler Swamp, which constitutes the easternmost part of the Montlake Fill (also called the Union Bay Natural Area; adjacent to the University of Washington). Music by the Folichon Cajun Band, Jambalya and Watermelon, Guided Swamp Walks.  There will be a short program to thank the many organizations and friends whose generosity has made the Yesler Swamp Trail possible. Donations will be accepted to help finish the Trail.  The project is almost completed and here are some pictures from the Friends website:The Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) recently completed the first phase of the Yesler Swamp boardwalk.The boardwalk, made of cedar planks, begins on the west side of swamp area and extends out to the Yesler Swamp lagoon.It includes two overlooks so visitors can pause to enjoy the incredible surroundings.Getting this section of the boardwalk built is a major accomplishment!Now, our fantastic Yesler Swamp volunteers are excavating the path in the drier portions of Yesler Swamp that eventually will be paved in gravel.Later this fall the WCC will return to build new sections of the boardwalkFor more information, contact Jean Colley at colleyj@comcast.net.Photo by Connie Sidles Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 1:40 pm
Quixote and Sancho return chivalry to Seattle stages
Seattle Times - ... St., Seattle (206-292-7676 or acttheatre.org ). Through Sept. 28, at Seattle Musical Theatre, 7120 62nd Ave. N.E., Magnuson Park, Seattle (800 838-3006 or seattlemusicaltheatre.org ). Click to see the Fall Arts Guide for 2014 , full of information ... Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 7:19 am
Amazon Fresh Groceries Stolen From Porch
Laurelhurst Blog - We received this email:We live on the 3800 block of 42nd Avenue NE and had an Amazon Fresh delivery stolen from our front porch sometime between 4-7am on Tuesday morning (9/9).  I wanted to make sure neighbors are aware of this and the petty thieves that have been a problem recently in the neighborhood are stooping low enough to steal groceries now.  Thankfully Amazon's customer service is excellent in this scenario and handled it without issue, but it is somewhat pathetic that not even grocery deliveries are safe these days.  Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 7:16 am
Children's Author And Illustrator, Aaron Becker, At Northeast Library Today
Laurelhurst Blog - Aaron Becker, author and illustrator of the award-winning picture book "Journey," will talk about his second picture book, "Quest," today from10:30-11:30am at the Northeast Branch Library (6801 35th Avenue N.E).The information says:"Quest" is the second book in the wordless picture book trilogy that began with the 2014 Caldecott Honor book "Journey." The adventure continues as the girl, the boy and their purple bird companion make their way back into the enchanted realm behind the red door.  They discover that there's more to this land than they imagined - and they're more a part of its mythology than they could have dreamed. Becker resides in Amherst, Massachusetts with his wife, daughter and a lazy cat. For more information, call the Northeast Branch at 206-684-7539 or Ask a Librarian. Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 5:42 am
The Weekend List: The arts and culture guide to Seattle's good life
Crosscut.com - ... captivating Spectrum Dance Theater and its show called LOVE. And we get to watch it unfold in an airplane hangar at Magnuson Park, with white-clad dancers on a multi-tiered white stage. Cellist Wendy Sutter will play the Benjamin Britten score. Four ... Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 7:16 am
Register Now For Adult Community Center Classes
Laurelhurst Blog - Registration is underway for a wide variety of Fall adult classes and programs offered at the Laurelhurst Community Center.Register online, in-person at the Community Center Monday through Friday 9-2pm or by calling 684-7529.The Fall 2014 Parks and Recreation Brochure lists all classes and programs at Laurelhurst, Magnuson and Ravenna-Eckstein Community Centers. Here are the upcoming adult classes and programs at Laurelhurst Community Center:ADULT EVENING POTTERYAges 18 and olderSeveral clay projects will be introduced using both handbuilding and throwing on the wheel echniques. Practice your skills making clay objects while learning how to make tiles, cups,bowls, and more in a fun and informative setting. Instructor: Liang-Yin Chen#121284 9/15-11/17 Mon 6:30-8:30 pm $250BARRE CONDITIONINGAges 18 and olderThis course features light weights and isometrics and is easy on the joints. Each class consists of exercises done at the barre and on the floor and incorporates Pilates, yoga, weights, stretching,and intense muscle work to fatigue. All levels welcome. Instructor: Laura MartinNo class 11/11 or 11/27.#121291 9/8-12/15 Mon 5:30-6:30 pm $225#121293 9/2-12/16 Tue 10:30-11:30 am $225#121294 9/4-12/18 Thu 9:30-10:30 am $225CARDIO PILATESAges 18 and olderThe class includes upper and lower body exercises and balance techniques. Participants must have taken beginner class to register for intermediate/ advanced class. Instructor: Laura Martin. No class 11/11#121300 9/2-12/16 Tue 9:30-10:30 am $225CORE AND MORE: PILATES AND YOGAAges 18 and olderPilates with more variations and a faster pace. Participants will use magic circle, bands, and light weights. Instructor: Laura MartinNo class 11/27#121305 9/4-12/18 Thu 10:30-11:30 am $225KUNDALINI YOGAAges 16 and olderConsidered to be the most comprehensive of all the yogas, Kundalini Yoga incorporates the use of breath, movement, meditation, and deep relaxation. It is a practical tool for everyday people. Kundalini Yoga is not posture based; therefore, it's accessible to everyone, regardless of age, gender, or body type. It's powerful, efficient, and effective. Kundalini Yoga is an ancient, time proven technology for human transformation, helping people live their lives with greater meaning and joy.Instructor: Marilyn Smith#123318 9/17-10/29 Wed 5:30-7 pm $70#123319 11/5-12/17 Wed 5:30-7 pm $70BODY RESETAges 18 and olderWe lose muscle and bone density as we age. Reset your metabolism, gain muscle and bone mass with this interval workout. Body weight exercises, weights, bands, and gliders all work you to regain lost strength. A class for any level but will have knee bending (which can be modified). Instructor: Laura MartinNo class 11/28#121297 9/5-12/19 Fri 9:30-10:30 am $225TAI-CHI CHUANAges 16 and olderCome and learn this "internal" Chinese martial art (Beginning Yang style short form) which promotes health by reducing bodily tension and stress, improves balance and coordination, increases joint flexib Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 7:07 am
Sand Point Way Median Landscape Work Underway
Laurelhurst Blog - Sand Point Way median landscape work has begun starting on the southernmost median at about 40th Avenue NE and NE Sand Point Way.  Crews will work north from that direction over the next several weeks.Here is more information:Gardeners from the Department of Transportation's Urban Forestry section will begin maintenance work on the Sand Point Way Northeast median beginning tomorrow, Sept. 16 and expect to complete the work by the end of October. They will prune plants, pull weeds and apply mulch.   To enable the crews to work safely, they will close the inside lanes next to the median. They will close the northbound, inside lane from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the southbound inside lane from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The crews will avoid closing lanes on the first day of school for the University of Washington and other days when they anticipate a significant increase in traffic.There are approximately 123 acres of landscaped public right of way and tree pits throughout Seattle, and 12 landscape gardeners to care for them. The number one priority is ensuring these areas remain safe and provide accessibility as they were designed. Read more...
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 -- 9:48 am
Neighbor Reports "Shifty Character" In The Neighborhood
Laurelhurst Blog - We received this email:I wanted to alert you to a shifty character in the neighborhood. I live on 42nd Avenue near NE 41st Street. On Sunday my husband and daughter left the house around 10am.  Shortly thereafter, I left the house for a run.   As  I started to run up the NE 41st Street hill, I saw a younger man on a bike waiting at the bottom of the street.  As I ran up the hill he started riding down the sidewalk.    I had an uneasy feeling about him, and walked back down the hill and watched him.  He stopped in front of my house.  He looked back and saw me watching him and immediately started pedaling down the sidewalk.  He looked back at me over his shoulder 3 or 4 times as he road south on 42nd Avenue NE.  I went in to the alley to see if he would ride up the alley, but he had disappeared. I warned my neighbors about him. He was around  late 20's.  Dressed in dark clothes, wearing a large bright red backpack. No helmet. Read more...
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 -- 9:46 am
Invasive Plants Conference Currently At Center For Urban Horticulture
Laurelhurst Blog - UW Botanic Gardens is holding a two day conference today and tomorrow called "Meeting the Challenge: Preventing, Detecting, and Controlling Invasive Plants" from 8am-7pm at the Center for Urban Horticulture.The information says:   Invasive plants are a significant threat to biodiversity and ecosystem function. New introductions continue to emerge through a variety of pathways and vectors, while existing invaders continue to persist and expand their range. Changes in climate, land use, and biotic interactions present new challenges in controlling the spread of these invaders.  Land managers and scientists will hear the latest information on how to effectively prevent, detect, and respond to these persistent and emerging threats. Conference presentations, both invited and contributed, will stimulate dialogue, raise new questions and offer innovative solutions. Participants from throughout northwestern North America will contribute ideas and meet colleagues for collaboration. For more information go here.   Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 7:55 am
June, July And August Neighborhood Crime Reports
Laurelhurst Blog - Here are reports of crime provided by Spotcrime which links back to the Seattle Police website:6/11 3pm assault - threats4300 block of NE 55th Street 6/13 8pm theft - vehicle4200 block of Mary Gates Memorial Drive 7/11   10:48pm assault - threats, kill5200 block of NE 43rd Street 7/15 10:26am other - disturbance3000 block of E Laurelhurst Drive7/17 2:20pm assault - threats, other3000 block of E Laurelhurst Drive7/19 noon assault - threats3000 block of E Laurelhurst Drive7/21 1pm theft - fraud, credit card3800 block of Webster Point Road 7/23 3:30pm vandalism - property damage, graffiti and assault - malicious harassment4500 block of E Laurel Drive NE 7/28 11pm forced burglary3600 block of 47th Avenue NE 8/1 12:09pm theft - financial fraud3800 block of 49th Avenue NE8/6 5:21am theft - car prowl4100 block of NE Surber Drive8/15 5:00pm burglary - no force4000 block of NE Surber Drive8/19 7:00am other4100 block of 42nd Avenue NE      Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 7:45 am
Northwest Lanscape Paintings On Display At Miller Library
Laurelhurst Blog -  Oil paintings of Northwest landscapes by Kathleen Wolfe will be on exhibit in the Miller Library through today.Wolfe's website says:Landscape oil painting expresses the love I have for nature. Magical colors, textures, and shapes, amongst the changing light, inspires me to paint.While growing up in Washington, I explored the forest and beach daily. Hiking, mountain climbing, skiing, sea kayaking, and travel were adventures that awakened my senses and curiosity. Photography and sketching taught me to see and capture the moment. Years later, I discovered my passion; painting in oils. Painting allows me to express how I feel, while drawing me closer to nature where you too may gather strength, balance and peace. For more information go here.   Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 7:42 am
Beware Of Teenage "Fit For Life" Door To Door Solicitor And How To Protect Yourself
Laurelhurst Blog - We received the below email yesterday from a neighbor regarding a teenager selling magazines under the name Fit for Life. whose website says: :Fit for Life Network, Inc. is a Personal Development Sales Organization. We sell magazines. All Agents are background checked and must be at least 18 years of age. Our purpose is to assist young people wishing to enter the productive work force. We provide a fun life style while teaching practical work skills and sales experience. Rewards are based on a points system and might translate into tuition payments or the exotic vacation you always wanted.  The neighbor's email said:I live in the area of 45th Avenue NE and NE 38th Street and wanted to warn others of a potential scam in our neighborhood.  A high school age boy came to our door to help fund his trip to play in a baseball tournament and possibly end up on ESPN.  He introduced himself as the grandson of a neighbor. When showing us the "brochure", he flashed a lot of money (showing all the  money other neighbors have given). He said that the way the donations worked is that 75% went to buy books for kids at children's hospital and they got 25% (or something like that).   The brochure did not look like it matched a fundraising effort.  He had hand written notes with suggested  donation packages on the order of hundreds of dollars, but suggested I just make a smaller cash donation that would be combined with other neighborhood donations. He had nothing to prove that this was an official fundraiser.  The website he gave was fitforlife.  He also gave me a cell number, which no one answered when I called later. He was very clean cut, well spoken.  He was in a white Mariners shirt and plaid shorts.  My initial instinct was to give money without even hearing all the details so I could get back to dinner.   He also interacted with my kids, asking them if they play baseball. I hope I am wrong, but if it is a scam, I think he will do quite well in our neighborhood.   I know some neighbors have already given him money. The Laurelhurst Blog staff did some research on "Fit For Life" and found it has numerous complaints nationwide from those who gave money and didn't receive anything in return.Here are just a few of the websites documenting incidents of scamming by this company:Scambook: Fit for LifeBetter Business Bureau in Denver, CO - documents about 50 complaintsComplaints BoardDoor to door Fundraising Scam Doesn't Benefit UC Davis Children's HospitalFit For Life Magazine Sales For the Troops Are A FraudWoman Victim To Group Soliciting For Fake FundraiserThe Seattle Police Department says:Most of these solicitors are not legitimate. These solicitors are scammers and give very little, if any, of the money they collect to the charity or organization they claim to represent.If a solicitor comes to Read more...
Friday, September 12, 2014 -- 7:36 am
Report City Service Requests Via Easy Mobile Phone App
Laurelhurst Blog - The City has updated their " Find It, Fix It -- Service Request" mobile application which offers users an additional way to report selected issues to the City of Seattle by taking a picture, adding detailed information and submitting the report, along with the map's "drag and drop" feature  to pinpoint the location.   Android users can download the app from the Google Play Store and iPhone users can download it from the App Store.   The app offers these service request categories:·           Abandoned Vehicles: report vehicles parked in a public right-of-way more than three days.·           Graffiti: report graffiti, including what it is on -- parking meter, utility pole or building -- so it gets automatically routed to the appropriate department for response.·           Illegal Dumping: report illegal dumping -- junk, garbage or debris -- on public property, including roadsides, open streets and paved alleys.·           Pothole: report a pothole.·           Parking Enforcement: make an inquiry regarding a parking concern.·           Streetlight Report: report a streetlight outage or damaged streetlight.·           Other Inquiry: this miscellaneous category is for making an inquiry or request not listed above, which will be processed by the City's Customer Service Bureau. Mobile users should choose this category to provide feedback. Read more...
Thursday, September 11, 2014 -- 8:19 am
Register Now For Toddler Classes At Community Center
Laurelhurst Blog - Registration is underway for a wide variety of Fall toddler classes and programs offered at the Laurelhurst Community Center.Register online, in-person at the Community Center Monday through Friday 9-2pm or by calling 684-7529.The Fall 2014 Parks and Recreation Brochure lists all classes and programs at Laurelhurst, Magnuson and Ravenna-Eckstein Community Centers. Here are the upcoming toddler classes and programs at Laurelhurst Community Center:INDOOR PLAYLAND - weekly starting 10/1Ages 4 and youngerMiniinflatables, balls and lots of toys to keep your little ones busy. Parent supervision required. Wednesdays, $3FUN FACTORYAges 2-6Join us for a factory of fun as you and your child rotate through a collection of arts and activities designed to inspire imagination and creativity. Activities include: Play Dough, painting, building with clay, Legos, story time, games, and more! Parents or caregivers are encouraged to stay but not required. No class 11/28.  Instructor: Audrey Myrosh#121310 9/15-10/27 Mon 9-10 am $77#121311 11/3-12/15 Mon 9-10 am $77#121312 9/15-10/27 Mon 10-11 am $77#121313 11/3-12/15 Mon 10-11 am $77#121314 9/15-10/27 Mon 11 am-Noon $77#121315 11/3-12/15 Mon 11 am-Noon $77#121316 9/19-10/24 Fri 9-10 am $66#121317 11/7-12/19 Fri 9-10 am $66#121318 9/19-10/24 Fri 10-11 am $66#121319 11/7-12/19 Fri 10-11 am $66SPORTBALL JUNIORAges 18 Months-2 YearsThis 45-minute program is a perfect introduction to Sportball. Children and parents participate in our eight core sports including: hockey, soccer, tennis, baseball, basketball, volleyball, golf and football along with creative games, songs, rhymes, stories, bubble time and much more.  Although these programs focus more on exploration, children will be introduced to a different sport each week. Parents are encouraged to participate with their child and challenge them according to their skill level.  Instructors: Sportball Staff#121363 9/22-10/27 Mon 9-9:45 am $90#121364 11/3-12/15 Mon 9-9:45 am $105SPORTBALL PARENT AND CHILDAges 2-3Parents and caregivers can have a direct hand in a preschooler's development through our Multi-Sport program. Sportball Junior, Parent & Child, and Me and My Dad programs teach children important introductory physical skills associated with our eight core sports (hockey, soccer, tennis, baseball, basketball, volleyball, golf and football) and help them to develop confidence in their abilities. The programs also help adults understand proven teaching techniques that can be applied outside of Sportball classes. Classes focus on refining, rehearsing and repeating skills and playing games in a fun, creative, non-competitive environment. Instructors: Sportball Staff#121366 9/22-10/27 Mon 9:45-10:30 am $90#121367 11/3-12/15 Mon 9:45-10:30 am $105SPORTBALL MULTI-SPORTAges 3-5Sportball Multi-Sport skills development programs introduce preschool and primary school children to the concepts and skills involved in the eight core sports of the S Read more...
Thursday, September 11, 2014 -- 8:07 am
Hear About Updated SR520 West Side Design Concepts Tonight
Laurelhurst Blog - WSDOT is holding an open house today from 4:30-7pm at Montlake Community Center  (1618 E. Calhoun Street) to talk about the latest design features of the west side portion of SR520.The information says:Please join us at our public meeting today to learn more about updated design concepts for SR 520 improvements in the Seattle area. In 2012, the Seattle Community Design Process resulted in a series of well-supported refinements to west side elements.  This summer, design professionals have been working hard to address key topics that remained. Staff with the Washington State Department of Transportation and the city of Seattle will be on hand to share the latest design renderings, answer your questions, and hear your feedback.You can also chat with staff about construction progress across the SR 520 corridor, including Eastside and floating bridge construction, upcoming West Approach Bridge North construction, and various mitigation projects.At the meeting, you can learn about the overall corridor vision and refined design features of the: o New Portage Bay Bridge (such as bridge type and options for a bicycle/pedestrian path) o New Montlake lid (such as functionality and multimodal connectivity) o Nonmotorized connections on and around the corridor in Seattle  Read more...
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 -- 2:39 pm
Books and Latin American culture | Weekend Preview
Seattle Times - ... half price on Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14, Magnuson Park, 7400 Sand Point Way N.E., Seattle ( www.friendsofspl.org ). Seattle Fiestas Patrias: Celebration of Latin American independence highlighting the ... Read more...
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 -- 10:40 am
Chloe Bistro For Sale
Laurelhurst Blog -  Chloe, a French Parisian Bistrot, (3515 NE 45th Street), owned by Laurent Gabrel, who also owns the sister restaurant, Voila! French Bistrot in Madison Valley, is up for sale according to several websites.Chloe opened in May of 2010 and serves French fare, including the very popular mussels many neighbors rave about. The website says other "favorite dishes include buttery sole meunière, the rich, savory broth of the bouillabaisse de rascasses and the moules provençale. Finish your meal with Chloé's assiette de fromages, the delicate mousse au chocolat or ice cream filled profiteroles." BizBuySell, Business Week and LoopNet list the restaurant for sale and the ad says:Cozy French Restaurant Located At Laurelhurst / U-Village AreasAsking price: $129,000Reason for sale: retiringDescription: 2,400 SF, 50+ (INDISDE) 16 (OUTSIDE) LOW, LOW, LOW RENT INCLUDING (NNN) GAS, ELEC, W/G/S, PROPERTY TAX, INSURANCE & COMMON AREAS. WITH MOTIVATED MANAGEMENT, DINE-IN TAKE-OUT & CATERING, GREAT POTENTIAL FOR GROWING MUCH MUCH MORE $$$, OPEN KITCHEN, SERVICE BAR WITH FULLY EQUIPPED FACILITIES, IN EXCELLENT CONDITIONS. COZY SETTING. 23 PARKING SPOTS AFTER 5PM. EASY PARKING ON THE STREET.(photo courtesy of LoopNet) Read more...
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 -- 10:15 am
Attempted Car Break-in
Laurelhurst Blog - A neighbor reported this incident:On September 5th, at 5am I awoke to a loud thump on the 4500 block of 45th Ave NE.  Someone attempted to throw a rock through my truck passenger window.  The window did not break but it dented the window trim. It appears that the loud thump and unsuccessful breaking of the window caused them to move on.  Read more...
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 -- 7:59 am
Don't Miss Annual Salmon Bake On Thursday
Laurelhurst Blog - The popular annual Salmon Bake is happening on Thursday from 5:30-8pm at the Park. The information says:The tradition continues! Join your community and neighbors for the annual Salmon Bake and family fun in the park! Come celebrate summer while enjoying a delicious dinner, dancing, live band and carnival games for the kids at this fun tradition in the Laurelhurst neighborhood.  The menu includes grilled wild salmon, corn on the cobb, watermelon, tangy coleslaw, fresh rolls and delicious chocolate brownies. Adult salmon dinner: $15. Child salmon dinner (12 and younger): $10. Hot dog or garden burger: $5.  This event is brought to you by Laurelhurst Community Center, Lifelong Recreation, Specialized Programs staff and volunteers and in partnership with special community business such as Metropolitan Market, Le Cordon Bleu, Era Living, Chef Melissa Maxwell owner of MaxWell Meals and more.  Read more...



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