Check out this amazing Writer’s Cabin! See it!
Article by Georgie Binks for The Star
25 Most Expensive Homes in Seattle Right Now: Lets See!
Photo: CBB Via Curbed.Seattle.com Article: Sarah Anne Lloyd
Come join the community gathering for brunch with over 65 local food booths, trucks, and makers from local food products to crafts!
Interested in being a vendor at the market? 2018 applications are now available!
SLU Saturday Market is lighting the street, filling it with international cuisine curbside, local DJ’s in the park paired with local makers and artists for the ultimate weekend destination for locals to enjoy this summer.
*While supplies last
April 1-30 – Tulip Festival – Mount Vernon
April 4-8 – Dr. Seuss – Seattle
April 4-19 – Dinner Cirque Show – Redmond
April 8 – Walk MS: Seattle and 5K Run 2018 – Seattle
April 6-29 – Crime Drama- Catch Me If You Can – Tacoma
April 6-22 – “Shrek Jr” presented by Village Theatre – Everett
April 7 – Daffodil Parade – Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner, Orting
April 7 – Blues Music – Tacoma
April 7 – Jurassic Tour – Monroe
April 8 – Half Marathon & 10K – Everett
April 8 – Pacifica Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert – Everett
April 9 – St. Anthony’s Hospital blood drive – Gig Harbor
April 12 – Murder Mystery Dinner – Tacoma
April 13-15 – Washington State Evergreen Spring RV Show – Monroe
April 14 – Annual Aha Mele Hawaiian Festival – Puyallup
April 14 – Plant Swap at Uptown – Gig Harbor
April 20 – Cherry Blossom Festival – Seattle
April 21 – Jazz Walk – North Bend
April 21 – Walk MS: South Sound 2018 – University Place
I just saw this on their website and thought you may want to join!
ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING
SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2018
CWB BOATHOUSE GALLERY AT SOUTH LAKE UNION
6PM – 7PM
CALLING ALL MEMBERS!
Join Executive Director Brandt Faatz & CWB Board Members for a report on the state of CWB. We’ll share program results from 2017, give an update on the Wagner Education Center, and finish with a Q&A. If you are filing a paper ballot for the 2018 CWB Election, you may submit that ballot at the meeting.
CWB MEMBERSHIP ELECTION
CWB bylaws require an election of the membership to ratify new and renewed Trustees and proposed changes to the bylaws. If you are a current member, we encourage you to vote!
If you want more information go to: https://cwb.org/events/annual-member-meeting/
Here are some quotes from some amazing women in honor of all women!
An article from the associated press reported that on Monday morning 100 gallons of diesel fuel was spilled in the bay close to Lake Union. If you get out in the water often, check out this article for more information, and information regarding the clean-up.
-Can’t wait for the next one!
Global transactions are significantly different and more complex than domestic deals. From currency issues and financing to visa and tax laws, working with a REALTOR® who knows how to handle these differences can make or break a real estate transaction. Because of these nuances, it is essential to work with a knowledgeable and trusted professional, such as Laurie Way, a CIPS designee.
A Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designee has undergone specialized training to complete global transactions seamlessly and with reduced risk
The CIPS designation is the only international designation recognized by the National Association of REALTORS®. Only REALTORS® who have completed the coursework and demonstrated considerable experience in global business can call themselves a CIPS designee, and use the name and logo.
I can now help clients do business in over 45 countries, and ensure that the client will receive the same level of service no matter where the real estate transaction is.**
**Resources: National Association of Realtors Website.
I just think this is so cool I needed to share!
Skip the roses and candy this year. The Space Needle’s “Love is in the Air” fundraiser returns, offering lovebirds a chance to take their love to new heights on Valentine’s Day! For a $100 donation to benefit the American Heart Association, donors’ laser-created love notes will be projected onto the Space Needle’s (northwest facing) legs, located 300-400’ in the air. The American Heart Association will receive 100% of the donations raised.
Each “Love is in the Air” message will be shown between 6pm and 10pm on Wednesday, Feb. 14. Want to make special plans around the timing of your message? You will now have the option to select a time slot for your message to appear! Timeslots are limited, so be sure to submit your message early. Limited to the first 800 messages submitted, each note is restricted to a maximum of 40 characters (including spaces) and must be received by 4pm on Monday, February 12.
Click on the picture below to send your sweetheart a over-the-top valentine message AND help the American Heart Association!