National Night Out 2012

September 30, 2012 by  

The National Night Out is a community building campaign that lasts for the entire year. This year the City of Richardson’s competes, once again, for 1st place standings in the nation to showcase their Police and community partnership that work together to [Read more]

Second Annual Secaucus Community Ball

September 30, 2012 by  

Do you enjoy a twirl around the dance floor with a great partner? This community ball evening event is sponsored by the Town of Secaucus, K & S Social and Athletic Club, and Hartz Mountain. This is a couple’s event and a great way to [Read more]

Downtown Somerville Farmers Market… A Treat for the Eyes

September 30, 2012 by  

Are you into healthy living and love to buy fresh veggies and fruit, plus homemade canned good and products? If so, the Somerville Farmers Market is the place to stop. At this market, guests will find [Read more]

First Friday Art and Wine Festival at Apple Farm Village

September 30, 2012 by  

Come out and join the “Hollywood Art and Wine Festival” where you can enjoy musicians, wine makers, and fine artisans. The event is taking place in the Hollywood District in the southern area of Woodinville.

During this festival, guest will be able to [Read more]

Hialeah howls to be had for Halloween

September 30, 2012 by  

Howl O’Ween Hialeah will take place at Milander Park on October 31 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, with the evening’s entertainment featuring a haunted house, entertainment, and [Read more]

Pumpkin Patch at the Old Time Christmas Tree Farm

September 30, 2012 by  

The “Pumpkin Patch at the Old Time Christmas Tree Farm” has been transformed to provide guests with hours of Halloween pleasure. The tree farm will be decorated with [Read more]

Plenty to be found in Kent

September 30, 2012 by  

The Kent Chamber of Commerce will be presenting its annual showcase next week. This year, the event is named ‘Find It in Kent’ and will feature a ShoWare collection of Kent businesses. This initiative is to promote and support local Kent businesses, as well as jobs available in the area.

The goal is to encourage guests who attend to shop locally in Kent, which in turn will keep the tax dollars within the community. People are invited to come out for the evening to learn what Kent businesses have to offer. For businesses in Kent, the Chamber of Commerce is accepting sign-ups and has many sponsorship opportunities available.

This event used to be called the ‘Business Expo’ but has since had a name change. This is the fourth annual business event of this kind at ShoWare. There is no need for the public to register to attend this event, although attendees will no doubt find that Kent has more to offer than they might have thought.

Flyer printing and poster printing may have been used to advertise and promote this expo to residents and members of the business community. Admission to ‘Find It in Kent’ is free for guests. Chamber member’s business booths cost $225, while non-chamber members pay $400. This showcase is happening on Wednesday, October 3, from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm and will be taking place at the ShoWare Center located at 625 W. James Street in Kent, Washington. For updates or additional details, please visit the Kent Chamber of Commerce website or call 253-854-1770 during normal business hours.

Shop local in El Cajon for food

September 30, 2012 by  

One thing that El Cajon is best known for is the diversity of food producers, establishments, stores and eateries throughout the city. Residents and tourists flock to the many food outlets that the city has to offer. The City of El Cajon is responding by [Read more]

Electrofishing saves fish population

September 30, 2012 by  

Who would have thought that sending an electrical charge into a lake, river or ocean would actually save aquatic life rather than destroy it? Yet, electrofishing actually helps the conservation efforts of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife instead of wreaking havoc.

Electrofishing is one of the latest technological advances used by marine biologists in Coos Bay to assist with [Read more]

Hewlett’s pizza perfect eatery

September 30, 2012 by  

In Hewlett, Peter Porcelli, owner of The Pizza Place, has found the formula for success that makes his restaurant stand out. Though the eatery is not new, the quality of the food makes it a local staple, a coveted standard few restaurants attain in the competitive dining business. Porcelli said: [Read more]

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