1) Meet author Susan Wiggs tonight at 7 p.m. at the , 1111 110th Ave NE. Using blunt scissors, pages from a Big Chief tablet, a borrowed stapler and a Number Two pencil, Susan Wiggs self-published her first novel at the age of eight. Since then, this Washington author has published many award-winning and best-selling books. Her current releases include The Goodbye Quilt, Marrying Daisy Bellamy, and How I Planned Your Wedding, written jointly with her daughter, Elizabeth Wiggs Maas. Books will be available for purchase at this event.
2) The holds an Extended Study Session tonight from 6 – 10 p.m. at Bellevue City Hall, 450 110th Ave NE, to receive staff briefings on current issues and forthcoming legislation. Extended Study Session are held in the Council Conference Room (1E-113), on the Concourse level of City Hall.
Visit the City of Bellevue website for current agendas and notes.
3) Not into Easter Bunnies as pets? May we propose adopting instead a chubby kitty and saving a furry friend and $1 a pound? Now through May 31, is promoting fuller felines with a “More to Love” $1 per pound discount on all adult cats one year and older. That’s right – the more there is to love, the greater the discount.
4) Happy , at Seastar, 205 108th Ave NE. Right on the heels of Seattle Restaurant Week, is presenting Seastar Washington Wine Week. A celebration of the strong partnership between the award winning restaurants, company wine director Erik Liedholm and the Washington enological community, wines will be served by the glass by the artisans who crafted them. This will be a rare opportunity for enthusiasts to discuss wines with the winemakers or a top company representative, paired with their favorites from Seastar’s acclaimed menu. Each evening’s pours will also represent a great consumer value.
5) F, at 13850 Bel Red Road, offers a class tonight, and every Monday from 7pm - 8:30pm. Each class will include a teaching on a Buddhist topic, followed by a guided meditation, question and answer session and refreshments. Each class is a part of a series and yet self-contained. You can come to any or all classes and still find something beneficial to take away. The cost is $10.