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Get hopping this spring at events

Community Egg Hunt
April 15
9:30 – 11 a.m.
Doug Allen Sportsfield
19417 88th Ave NE

Gateway Mini Park meeting
April 20
7 p.m.
Bothell City Hall
18415 101st Ave NE

Earth Day Sustainable Job Fair
& Professional Clothing Swap
April 21
5 – 8 p.m.
Bothell City Hall

North Creek Forest Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
April 28
10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
North Creek Forest
112th Ave NE and NE 202nd St.
Arbor Day Planting Event
April 29
10 a.m. – noon
Pioneer Cemetery
108th Ave NE and NE 180th St. NE

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New temporary parking lot open

A new temporary parking lot between Main Street and SR522 is now open to help alleviate the parking situation during Main Street construction! You can access the lot, next to Baskin & Robbins, from Main Street or SR522.

There are 39 parking stalls to replace the 16 that will be closed during construction on Main Street. There are two dedicated parking spots in the asphalt area for people with disabilities. 

Bothell Buzz: Main Street project

Check out the latest edition of the Bothell Buzz, featuring an interview about the Main Street Enhancement project. Learn more about the construction timeline, benefits of the project, and how the City is working with area business owners to promote downtown during construction. The come on down to Main Street! 

Bothell Buzz
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All Around This World and more

Bothell’s Parks & Recreation Department offers many classes for all ages. Check them out and register yourself or your children today!
Parents: Sign up babies five months to kids age 5 for one of the All Around This World classes, teaching musical and language comprehension with music from all parts of the world.
Kids ages 6 – 11 can sign up to make gifts for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. The class is on May 6.
Want to expose your child to golf? Skyhawks is offering spring beginning golf for ages 5 – 11 starting April 19 at Doug Allen Sportsfields.  Registrations must be received by the Monday before class begins.
Beginning Digital Photography Workshop for ages 15 and up starts on April 22.

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Main Street Fire multimedia project

UW Bothell students from the School of Nursing and Health Studies will be out and about through May 9, talking to people about last summer's Main Street Fire. In partnership with the City of Bothell's Emergency Preparedness Division, their goal is to produce a multimedia project documenting the impacts of the fire for display this July.

If you would like to share your experience or story, please contact Karen Bowman, MN, RN, COHN-S, the faculty advisor for this collaboration so she can schedule an interview. She can be reached at or (206) 617-0844.

Jennifer Warmke
Jennifer Warmke

SBA Advocate of the Year

Jennifer Warmke, Bothell’s Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, has been named the 2017 Seattle District Small Business Advocate of the Year for supporting small business above and beyond the call of their professional duties and responsibilities. Warmke played a pivotal role in helping small businesses impacted by the July 22 Main Street Fire. She will be recognized at a gala on May 2.

Warmke is currently helping plan a one-year commemoration event in conjunction with the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce.

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