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Arlington A&L Calendar | Nov. 12
Clothes for kids
at Wine Styles
A fundraiser to help buy clothes for kids in need is planned at Wine Styles in Marysville from 4 - 9 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 13. Bring new or slightly used clothing and enjoy wine tasting. Admission is $20 in advance from Jean Cory or Jean Gabriel at Windermere Real Estate in Marysville and $25 at the door. For information call Cheryl Forkner at 425-238-4702.
discussion on the scriptures
Using a video lecture series taught by Professor Bart Ehrman, Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina, Arlington resident Frank Barden will offer an introduction to the New Testament for people who have religious commitments to it but never had a chance to get to know where it came from, what it contains and how it was transmitted down to us today. “The focus will be historical, rather than theological,” Barden said. The series begins Thursday, Nov. 13 and runs four weeks until Dec. 11, from 6 - 8 p.m. at the community room of the Arlington Boys & Girls Club, 18513 59th Avenue NE, Arlington. The class is free but RSVPs are requested at 360-403-3448.
Bodybuilder opens new fitness studio
Two former Arlington school teachers, Leanne Christie and Angie Gooding have opened a new private studio in Smokey Point called Body & Mind Fitness Studio. The ACE-certified personal trainers are collaborating to educate members of their community about fitness and how to make it a part of their every day lives. The personal trainers have announced a Wellness Fair on at their studio, at 4205 177th
Pl. NE in Arlington
7 - 9 p.m. Nov. 13 and 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 15. Along with bodybuilder Gooding and Christie, other community health professionals will also be offering free information on massage, chiropractractic, a CPR specialist, an herbalist, an organic cook, a biofeedback specialist, vascular specialist and more. Door prizes of personal training packages will be distributed. For information call Leanne at 425-879-5201 or Angie at 425-343-3663. Gooding participated in a bodybuilding show in August last summer and photos from that event can be seen at http://contest.bodybuilding.com/bio/75912/
Pilchuck Audubon Society will hold its semi-annual sale of quality bird seed Nov. 14 and 15 at Everett Transit Center parking area on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 15, or by prior arrangement, at Art Wait’s house in Snohomish Nov. 14. The sale is offered to members and other friends of birds to prepare for the winter season when birds have limted access to edibles. There will be bird seed, suet and squirrel food at good prices. Order from Art Wait at 360-563-0181 by noon, Nov. 12.
Bazaar in Lakewood
To raise money for food baskets for the needy during the holidays, Faith Lutheran Church of Lakewood has announced it annual holiday bazaar with sewing, woodworking and gardening crafts and baked goods from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday Nov. 15, at the church one mile west of I-5 exit 206 at 1424 172nd St. NE, Marysville. The church is located between the railroad and Lakewood High School. For information call 360-652-9545.
An art reception honoring the artists who show their work at BookWORKS Bookstore will be held from 5 - 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 at 1510 Third St. in Marysville. Participating artists include Gretchen Lindquist, Coleen Allen, Monica Yantis, Gene Cyrus, Cathy Clark, Janet Myer, Mary Edwards, Joan Grout, Art Dujardin, Saundra Knapp, Diane Hill, Alana Riveira, Evie Scribner and Fumiko Winder. For information call Mary Burns 360-659-4997.
Horse Country Farm Top-Hands Riding Club holds its annual membership drive every November. Kids, teens and adults are welcome to join the club and learn to ride with instructions and plenty of time to practice outside of classes. Tack and equipment included as well as a horse or pony. Total cost for riding six hours a month ranges from $115 - $125.
For information call 360-691-7509 or 425-335-4773.
Trail Coalition meeting
The Centennial Trail Coalition of Snohomish County will meet 7 p.m. Nov. 17 in Hadley Hall at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club, when voting will take place for a new board of directors. Volunteers are needed for several positions, including chairman, vice chairman, secretary or treasurer or as adjacent property owner, bike rep., horse rep. or White Horse Trail rep. for 2009.
The coming year promises to be an exciting one, with the next section of trail north of Arlington to be constructed.
Anyone interested in serving should contact the nominating committee: Chuck Randall at Kinzu@aol.com, Beth Hill at beth.c.hill@Boeing.com, Kay Crabtree at Kay@crabtreehill.com.