425 Magazine | April 8, 2022
Stay Eastside to Promote Local Businesses
In an effort to boost local businesses in Redmond and Kirkland, the two cities have announced a new partnership called Stay Eastside. The cooperative regional tourism endeavor is aimed at boosting small and local businesses like restaurants, retailers, salons, and more. Learn more about how the two cities are partnering here.
Crafts, Clothes, and Cocktails
Make your way to an artisan market at the Anderson School in Bothell on Sunday, April 10. The market is free and open to the public between 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. It will include local makers of goods, art, accessories, candles, clothing, and more. The market will also have cocktails available should you want to stroll the stands with one in your hand. Details here.
Issaquah Salmon Hatchery Reopens
After nearly two years of COVID-19-related closure, the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery reopened late last month. Tours have resumed and the hatchery plans to team up with YMCA to offer tours and summer camps, including the salmon science summer camp, something that has not happened in the past two years. Learn more here.
Pre-Easter Tree Decoration and Baby Bunny Meetup
Get in the Easter spirit Saturday, April 9, at the Bellevue Urban Garden in Lake Hills from 2-4 p.m. The Bellevue Urban Garden is holding an Easter tree decoration event featuring a meet and greet with bunnies. Learn more here.
Town and Country Markets Announces All-Electric Delivery
Town and Country Markets, in a partnership with PacWesty, has announced a new zero-emissions and all-electric grocery delivery service. The move came as the companies are working toward more sustainable practices. Learn more about Town and Country Markets here.