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September Events: Attend DennyFest and the Deer Meadow Planting in the Woodlands

Finn Hill friends and neighbors: This is a quick note to alert you to 2 community events coming up in September. DennyFest, Sunday, September 7 Yes, it’s our annual neighborhood celebration in O.O. Denny Park from noon to 4pm. As always the music will be terrific – Geoffrey Castle and his band will be back,...

Aug 15: Juanita Beach Farmer’s Market Meet & Greet

What: FHNA at the Juanita Beach Farmer’s Market …..  come volunteer and meet & greet your neighbors. Why: The purpose is offering Finn Hill residents who stop by the tent, an opportunity to sign up their email addresses for neighborhood news. Brochures are available on Finn Hill and Finn...

Cars for the Cause: some Fourth of July frolicking photos

It was the ’40s last 4th, with cars for the cause Kirkland’s Fourth of July parade this year was ’70 years after D Day’…. So FHNA managed to snag the Andrews Sisters and Miss Downtown Kirkland 1941, fresh from a USO show, singing “ Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy from Company B,” with patriotic flair....

Pick those blackberries (and don’t worry about getting busted!)

It’s blackberry season. Here, at the sunny end of summer, we don’t have to worry about supplies of ripe blackberries running out, at least for a few weeks. As in many locations throughout the United States, particularly the north, blackberries hit the peak of their season in late July and last through early...

Enjoy the water, but be safe

Run, dash, splash! We are blessed to live in a place surrounded by water, where we can swim, fish, water ski, sail and kayak, among many other aquatic delights. However, Washington State, and our own O.O. Denny Park beach, are also home to many water injuries. In our state, drowning is the leading cause of...

Family Trust Offers Parcel Adjacent to Juanita Heights Park

Good news! On Tuesday night City Council authorized staff to move forward with the purchase of another parcel of land to expand Juanita Heights Park. The parcel was in a family trust and is being sold to the City for $10,000, which is 1/5 of it’s assessed value! Great job City of Kirkland! FHNA is...

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