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These delicious potatoes have become a family favorite. They also can be made up the evening before and refrigerated so you have some extra time to enjoy your guests.
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One of the features I enjoy most about perennials is their ability to alter the complexion of my garden every month. Whether they are coming into bloom or going out, they are always interesting. As the overall shape of each plant changes throughout the season, so does the personality of my garden.
Music is an international language and it reaches out to all people. This fact is illustrated in the faces of the musicians of Voices of the Village, who are opening the series of four concerts in Arlington’s Music in the Park in Legion Park on Thursday nights in August.
Dean Rocky Barrick of Arlington has announced that two pieces of his art work have been accepted in the national Paint the Parks tour. His painting of an elf owl, “Do Not Disturb,” and a pencil drawing, ‘Getting Ready to Steam Up’ have been accepted in the Paint the Parks international competition in the category of works less than 180 square inches.
I would hope that by now most of you have taken to heart what I have had to say about proper watering. It is the one single activity that will make or break a garden. It seems like such a simple task but in reality it is one of the hardest skills to teach a person. Even in our industry where employees are working with plants every day we are constantly challenged to find the right person to stick on the end of a hose.
A resident of Tulalip, J.R. (Judith) Nakken attempted mayhem before using stories to turn her life around.
It all seems to happen so fast. For months and endless months this year we have been dealing with cold cloudy days and sloppy soils. The thought of dragging out a hose and watering something wasn’t anywhere near the top of my to-do list. In fact, often times I was trying to figure out how to get excess moisture out of my garden. Well, guess what? It’s time to shift gears and get back on a watering regime that is both beneficial to the needs of our garden and sensitive to the laws of conservation. In other words, it’s time for my summer diatribe on proper watering.
Ryan Edwards, an Arlington resident, plays Lefou, the nutty sidekick of Gaston, in his sixth show with the Stanwood-Camano Island-based musical theater group, Lyric Light Opera, which is presenting “Beauty and the Beast,” the story of a strong-willed young woman who, through the power of love, breaks a spell that turned a handsome young prince into a hideous beast.
ARLINGTON — The Fourth of July in Arlington begins with Pancakes in the Park at 7 a.m., in Haller Park, when registration for the Pedal, Paddle, Puff runs from 8 - 9 a.m. until the race starts at 10:30 a.m. The Pedal, Paddle, Puff triathlon begins at Haller Park with the bicyclists riding up river to River Meadows County Park on Jordan Road. The paddlers in canoes and kayaks then proceed down stream back to Haller Park, where they hand the baton to the runners (a.k.a. puffers). The runners head east on Burke Street to Twin Rivers Park and back to Haller Park.
Normally, most of us think of June as summer. After all, June is when our kids go on summer vacation. June also contains the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. In fact, after June 21, the days actually start getting shorter (now there’s a depressing thought). So the feeling that June should be summer is fairly normal. Except that in the northwest, summer really doesn’t start until July (some would say July 5th).