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Kirkland Investor Sharks Features Top Local Investors for “Shark Tank” Style Event [Updated]

UPDATED The Kirkland Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Kirkland Performance Center, is excited to announce that the First Annual Kirkland Investor Sharks event will take place November 4th. Built on the foundation of the Kirkland Chamber’s Kirkland Startup Weekend, Kirkland Investor Sharks will provide local startup businesses with an opportunity to pitch to a […]

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October in Kirkland will be something to experience!

The Kirkland Downtown Association and Kirkland Chamber of Commerce has big plans for Downtown Kirkland in the month of October.  The merchants and restaurants are encouraged to participate in a “Monster Door” contest.  Each business can decorate their doors and windows in a monster theme, using whatever decor they can find.  Participants can look up […]

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One of Kirkland’s Oldest Houses Finds a Home

Trueblood House to be moved down Sixth Avenue After nearly a year of being temporarily located in a church parking lot, Kirkland’s historic Trueblood House will be moved to a permanent home on Sixth Avenue in the Norkirk neighborhood. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, August 15, Nickel Bros. Moving Company will once […]

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Maelstrom Brewing Opens in Kirkland on Thursday

Kirkland welcomes its third brewery and tasting room Maelstrom Brewing Company will open to the public on Thursday July 13th at 3:00 PM with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30. Maelstrom is Kirkland’s newest brewery, and is located in the Totem Lake / PARMAC neighborhood, one block east of the Cross Kirkland Corridor. The brewery features a […]

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Local “Late Boomer” Publishes 3rd Novel

Local author and self-proclaimed “Late Boomer,” Ron R.S. Gompertz has published “Life’s Big Zoo” his third novel. “I’ve written two works of humorous historical fiction set in Ancient Rome,” Gompertz said. “This time, I turned inward a bit to channel what it was like to grow up in Los Angeles during the late sixties.” This […]

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Kirkland, Areté Honored with Governor’s Smart Communities Award

  Areté Mixed-Use Development plan implementation recognized The City of Kirkland and Areté, a contemporary, mixed-use development in Kirkland’s downtown central business district, this week received the Governor’s Smart Communities Award in the category of Smart Projects. The award, presented by Governor Jay Inslee, recognizes the collaboration between the City and the project developer around […]

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Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day, April 4

  Mark April 4th on your calendar as the 2017 Ben & Jerry-est day of the year: Free Cone Day! For the past 38 years, Ben & Jerry’s has opened Scoop Shops to dish out free ice cream to fans, thanking them for being so uniquely awesome. The tradition has continued to grow, beginning in the small […]

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EvergreenHealth Opens New Progressive Care Unit

The new inpatient wing adds 31 single-patient rooms to its Kirkland campus   Recently, EvergreenHealth opened a new Progressive Care Unit (PCU) on the health system’s Kirkland campus as part of the first phase of a 10-year master facility plan to grow to meet the community’s evolving health care needs. The new PCU, located on […]

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