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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Kirkland Performance Center Announces 2017-2018 Season

Fall Show Details. Season Ticket Packages Available Now.     Kirkland Performance Center (KPC) announces their 2017-2018 season along with flexible and affordable ticket packages. Season Ticket Packages are on sale now, and individual tickets to all presented shows will go on sale on August 15th, 2017. Three Show Packages start as low as $119. […]

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Art Cart Tours Kirkland

The Art Cart was developed as part of the Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission’s (KCAC) greater mission to enrich our community through dynamic art opportunities. The KCAC designed the Art Cart as an adaptable program, free to the public and targeting children ages 5-16 and their families. The cart will be facilitated by an Arts Commissioner […]

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Kirkland Dog Mauled to Death in Kingsgate Park

On Friday, a dog was mauled to death in Kirkland’s Kingsgate Park. According to KOMO, police and animal control are investigating if there is a connection to another attack last month.   http://komonews.com/news/local/dog-mauled-to-death-in-kirkland-park-police-investigate-connection-to-2nd-attack

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