If you are still looking for something to do in the neighborhood tomorrow after you’ve stopped by the Neighborhood Fair, please consider checking out the Lake Hills Blueberry Festival which will be happening at Lake Hills Elementary from 11am-1pm.
Lots of fun activities to choose from around East Bellevue this coming weekend including the Neighborhood Fair at Church of the Resurrection on Main Street from 10:00-4:00 on Saturday. East Bellevue Bulletin will have a booth there promoting the blog so we hope you’ll stop by, say hello and find out more about our plans for the future! You’ll also be able to visit with many other local businesses and groups as well as participate in fun family & kids activities and even grab a snack. Hope to see you there!
Did you know that we have a Real Time Traffic Map for the entire City of Bellevue? Follow this link to check it out, noting that you can click on any camera for live traffic shots of major intersections around town. Way to go City of Bellevue for this great tool for our neighborhoods!
Tonight is the monthly meeting of the East Bellevue Community Council at the Lake Hills Clubhouse at 6:30pm. The meetings are open to the public, so please consider going to hear what the council is working on for our East Bellevue neighborhoods!
Check out the City of Bellevue’s September Issue of Neighborhood News. There are a few great stories about some upcoming events in our area including the Lake Hills Blueberry Festival on Septemeber 6th at Lake Hills Elementary, the Neighborhood Fair at Church of the Resurrection also on September 6th as well as a couple other events coming a bit later in the month!
While aftershocks rattle the Napa Valley area following the 6.0 earthquake that shook Northern California this past weekend, we here in the Pacific Northwest should take a minute to reflect about how prepared we are for the next quake (or other natural disaster) that could happen here.
Follow this link to review the American Red Cross Disaster Kit Supply List. So many of us have our kits in the garage or car, but how many of those kits have expired batteries, old water or out of date documents in them? In addition to your disaster kit, it’s always a good idea to have a disaster plan for your family. You can view the Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Family Plan here.
This week’s Thursday night Movie in the Park at Crossroads is Monster’s University! Family Fun Activities start at 7:30 with the movie beginning at dusk!
Also this week is another great movie event sponsored by the Bellevue YMCA and Highland Community Center. On Friday, August 22nd starting at 6pm you are invited to celebrate superheros at a free screening of “The Incredibles” at Highland Community Park, 14224 Bel-Red Road.
The event will provide opportunities to meet Bellevue Fire and Police heroes and participate in pre-movie activities including sac races, game shows, mini golf, arts & crafts, face painting and more – for superheros of all ages!
Bring blankets and chairs, enjoy the activities then settle in for the movie to begin around 8:30 on a 16-foot screen. Admission is free and free popcorn will be provided by Regal Bella Bottega.
RSVP at the YMCA Welcome Center or online at this link – Incredibles Movie RSVP
For more information, contact the Bellevue YMCA at 425-746-9900 or the Highland Community Center at 425-452-7686.